Percocet pain management



Percocet usage

3/13/2016
04:57 | Ethan Adamson
Percocet pain management
Percocet usage

I am an RN and have been on percocet for chronic pain management since 1995. I am perscribed percocet ( use generic Endocet) 5/325 1-2 tabs every 4-6 hour.

I have been in unending pain for a year now. I want to find a doctor who will prescibe pain medication as I can only take Tylenol and that doesn't really help.

I also take them. It usually takes 4 days, sorry. Good luck.

I take them also for breakthrough pain. Im an LPN, and the stereotype of being a drug seeker is horrible. My family doctor here is wonderful, he knows if i come in looking for pain pills that ive tried everything else and im at my wits end. I also see a pain dr, but hes hard to get an appointment with, so i need this medication until i see him, jusst to have a somewhat normal life.

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5/15/2016
02:37 | Matthew Adderiy
Percocet pain management
Percocet 10325 User Reviews for Chronic Pain at

Reviews for Percocet 10/325 to treat Chronic Pain. When I got in pain Management he put me on Percocet 10-325 that the best thing that ever happen now I.

jenbab83 (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 29, 2013.

"I have stage 4 ovarian cancer and chemotherapy did not work. My doctor switched me to 10/325 Percocet and the difference is astounding. What a wonderful difference to my well being!". My pain medication was increased from 5 mg to 10mg of hydrocodone, which was not working and life was miserable with both back and abdominal pain.

Need support been dropped from pain management?

4/14/2016
03:47 | Madison Holmes
Percocet pain management
Need support been dropped from pain management?

I have been taking Percocet 10/325 for a few years now. I have been dropped by my pain management doctor for getting a another prescription.

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. of a Vicodin. I have been on Percocet and vicodin for the past two years. The Percocet I got from my pain management doctor that I went to for.

i wanted to know I am in pain management and they did a urine test don't know what happened but I was taken loritabs for yrs and 2 yrs ago they switched me to percs.I have taken the tabs I had left in between when back is bad.She did urine test don't know yet she did call but hasn't returned my call back.Can they just throw me off or are they required to help get me off?I I can't seem to talk to her and she sure doesn't ask or talk to me.I want off thescause all the issues with them.What do I do.

What Is Percocet? - Chronic Pain

12/22/2016
05:33 | Olivia Holiday
Percocet pain management
What Is Percocet? - Chronic Pain

Percocet is an opioid painkiller that is used to control moderate to moderay severe pain. It contains both A Prescription Opiod for Chronic Pain Management.

Percocet is an opioid painkiller, one of the most commonly abused classes of prescription drugs. Abuse should not be confused with dependence. With Percocet abuse, drug use is compulsive and often non-medical.

It's a controlled substance, available by prescription only, and can be formulated in a variety of strengths. Most forms of Percocet contain between 2.5 and 10 milligrams (mg) of oxycodone hydrochloride, and 325 to 650 mg of acetaminophen.

National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Advances Against Chronic Pain

8/18/2016
01:07 | Madison Holmes
Percocet pain management
Advances Against Chronic Pain

New research offers hope for chronic pain sufferers. Percocet, and Vicodin, while effective weapons against chronic pain, are Mackey, chief of the pain management division at Stanford University School of Medicine.

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The subjects, whose hands were intermittently heated by a probe, could watch on a screen as their brain activity increased or decreased, depending on the intensity of the pain they were feeling. At the Stanford Systems Neuroscience & Pain Laboratory, Mackey is trying to better understand the mechanisms involved. Researchers suggested ways subjects could control the sensation, such as by focusing on something else or attempting to change their perception of the pain from something frightening and damaging to something neutral.