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Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen) is a mixed opioid drug. It is utilised to manage pain when other medication isn’t working enough to manage the pain. It’s a classified substance because it is a risky drug with a high chance of abuse, dependency, and addiction.

How Percocet (Oxycodone or Acetaminophen) is Used?

Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen) is a mix of two drugs that are used together to relieve pain.

  • Oxycodone is an opioid receptor agonist. It is a mu-opioid receptors inside your brain, reducing the amount of pain you feel.
  • Acetaminophen can be used as an analgesic. It reduces producing specific chemicals within your brain which may help ease discomfort.
  • The pain that’s not relieved by non-opioid pain medicines by themselves

Side Effects of Percocet

Adverse Effects 

Get in touch with your doctor immediately if you notice any of the below.

  • Very slow breathing: trouble breathing; fingernails, lips, or toes
  • Intentionally drinking overdose (overdose): not responding to touch or sound slow breathing, severe fatigue, slow heartbeat cool or clammy skin stomach pain on the upper right side, the appearance of dark urine, a yellowing or tingling of your eyes or skin
  • Opioid withdrawal anxiety depression, suicidal ideas anxiety, restlessness, runny nose, sweating, yawning chills, large pupils and anger
  • Skin reactions: rash, hives the skin is peeling or blistering shortness of breath rapid heartbeat, fainting, feeling warm abruptly

Some of the side effects could be less severe with the course of time, as your body becomes adjusted to the medication. Inform your doctor immediately if you continue to feel these symptoms, or if they get worse in time.

Mild Effects 

  • Dizziness
  • Sleepiness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Itching

Other Side Effects

  • Headache
  • Sweating
  • Heartburn
  • Bloating
  • Changes in the taste
  • Stomach pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Blood pressure changes can be a sign of aging.
  • Changes in heartbeat

Interaction with Other Drugs 

Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen) can interact with other medicines or supplements. Be sure to inform your doctor and pharmacist be aware of any other supplements or medications (including prescription and over-the-counter medicines such as vitamins, herbal supplements or dietary ones) that you’re currently taking. The following list does not contain all possible drug interactions with Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen). Be aware that this list only includes the generic name for each drug listed below.

Utilising this medicine in conjunction with any of these medications is not advised. Your doctor might decide to not prescribe this medication or modify one of the other medications you are taking.

  • Nalmefene
  • Naltrexone

SafinamideUtilising this medicine in conjunction with one of the following medications can result in an increased risk of some side effects. However, having both medications in combination could be the most beneficial option for you. If both medications are prescribed in combination, your physician might alter the dosage or frequency at which you take either or both medications.

  • Acenocoumarol
  • Carbamazepine
  • Fosphenytoin
  • Lixisenatide
  • Phenytoin

Details On Dosage

Tablet Dosage forms

  • 2.5mg/325mg
  • 5mg/325mg
  • 7.5mg/325mg
  • 10mg/325mg
  • 7.5mg/500mg
  • 10mg/650mg

Typical dosage for Percocet 

Your physician will collaborate together with you to prescribe the appropriate dosage of Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen) to meet your specific requirements. It is recommended to take the lowest dosage possible with the shortest amount of time to control your discomfort. The drug is available as tablets or oral liquids which may contain various amounts of oxycodone or Acetaminophen. You should be aware of the Percocet (oxycodone or Acetaminophen) product you’re taking and how to use it correctly. Consult your doctor for advice if you’re unsure.

Tablets: In general, the typical starting dose for adults is 5 mg/325 mg (oxycodone/acetaminophen) by mouth every 6 hours as needed for pain.

Additional information


10, 30, 60, 100, 200


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