Percocet Withdrawal Symptoms


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7/15/2016
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Percocet Withdrawal Symptoms

Those who have suffered from addiction problems in the past may find that the physical dependence can become a lifelong battle, particularly if the patient frequently gives in to the urge to start using the drug again without medical necessity. Symptoms of withdrawal can start as early as 12-24 hours after you have stopped taking the medication. These symptoms will peak around 2-3 days after you stop taking your medication, but can last for as long as a week. These types of addicts are often referred to as being in remission or recovering from their addiction, but are rarely considered to be compley cured.

Anyone who will be using Percocet for a long period of time will need to be weaned off the drug to help prevent side effects from occurring.

Anyone taking Percocet four times daily for more than a few weeks is at risk for developing these withdrawal symptoms. Typical side effects of Percocet withdrawal include yawning when you are not bored or tired, watery eyes and nose, excess salivation, temperature regulation issues, restlessness or irritability, a lack of ability to relax or sit still, tremors, muscle aches, anxiety which includes raised blood pressure and heart rate, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and depression. The severity of Percocet withdrawal symptoms will vary based on how long the person has been using the substance and how much they are used to ingesting daily.

Vicodin withdrawal symptoms can include fatigue, restlessness, anxiety and irritability as the body learns to function without this substance. Vicodin is an opiate-based pain killer with a high rate of dependence, increasing the risk that patients will develop a dependence on this drug.

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Last Updated 18 April, 2016.

Percocet is a narcotic pain reliever that is used to treat moderate or severe long term pain, though in some cases it is prescribed for short term use. It is intended to be consumed orally, but some may abuse this medication by snorting or injecting it. In concentrated doses oxycodone can act similarly to heroin, making it very addictive. Percocet contains acetaminophen and oxycodone at strong levels. When the patient attempts to stop using this drug suddenly it can result in withdrawal effects and cravings for the drug that can be difficult to manage.

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