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Pain, took cap, not helping. What is the difference between oxycodone HCL and percocets? What is the cure?

i was presribed 10mg. oxycodone HCL,suppose to help with pain,they arent working to well for me, the 10mg percocets i use to take ,but are no longer available ,why?,would you please tell me the difference with the two,also recommend me something that will help rid this pain;are the percocet 10mg stronger than oxycodone 10mg?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Percocet contains paracetamol also along with oxycodone.

if it suited you more then may take Paracetamol tabs 500 mg separately with present medication.

Sometimes if you have been on long time course of percocet, paracetamol may cause liver toxicity and so beware , trust your physician's choice or else Liver function tests may be done along with serum creatinine if both normal, then your liver, kidney are safe and you may use paracetamol but with docs permission
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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