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Is Percocet used for either angina pain or for muscle pain ?

Is Percocet used for either angina pain or for muscle pain? If not, would it be effective for those uses?
Is Percocet used for either angina pain or for muscle pain? If not, would it be effective for those uses?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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It's possible that they might give Percocet in the hospital to manage chest pain that isn't completely relieved by nitroglycerin. I don't imagine that they would prescribe it for use at home for angina. As for muscle pain, I'm sure it would be effective, but may be "overkill" for everyday muscle pain.
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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