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It is illegal to buy Percocet without a prescription, and it's illegal to sell or give your Percocet to someone else. As a prescription medication, Percocet is not considered safe for use without a healthcare provider's supervision. If you are searching the Internet for ways to buy no-prescription Percocet, you may be addicted to this drug.

Is There Such a Thing as "No-Prescription Percocet?"

Percocet® (oxycodone/APAP) is a prescription pain medication. It is a narcotic and a controlled substance in the United States. Because of this, there are strict rules for obtaining it, and there are strict fines and penalties for using or trying to buy Percocet without a prescription. As a controlled substance, the drug is subject to regulation by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

Is It Safe to Buy Percocet Without a Prescription?

It is not safe to use Percocet that has been bought without a prescription, for various reasons, such as:
  • Legitimate pharmacies will not sell Percocet without a prescription. Because you can be assured that you are getting the "real thing" (not a counterfeit or expired medication) only from a legitimate pharmacy, buying this drug without a prescription increases your risk of getting a substandard or dangerous product. Some Web sites offer to provide a prescription for Percocet after a "consultation," usually consisting of a short questionnaire. This is not considered a legitimate prescription, and no legitimate pharmacy would fill such prescriptions.
  • As a prescription medication, Percocet is not considered safe for use without a healthcare provider's supervision. Some people should not take the drug for certain health reasons, and Percocet may interact with a number of other medications (both prescription and non-prescription). Without the supervision of a healthcare provider, people may be more likely to suffer dangerous side effects or toxicities due to Percocet.
  • Needing to buy Percocet without a prescription is a good indication that you have a problem with Percocet addiction or abuse. These problems are serious and can be life-threatening.
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