Percocet Pills

Percocet® (oxycodone/APAP) is a prescription medication approved to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. It is a narcotic and is classified as a Schedule II controlled substance, which means that special laws and regulations control its sale and use. The pills can be taken either "as needed" (typically every six hours) or on a scheduled basis, depending on your healthcare provider's instructions.
 
People may become addicted to Percocet. In fact, this is a commonly abused drug because it is readily available and inexpensive, especially in generic form. Because Percocet is a highly desired drug of abuse, people often obtain it through illegal means, such as from foreign countries or online sources that do not require a prescription. People who abuse the drug and suddenly stop using it are likely to experience withdrawal symptoms.
 
You should talk to your healthcare provider before taking Percocet if you have:
 
(Click Percocet for information on how this drug works, for more suggestions on when and how to take the pills, and to learn about Percocet's potential side effects.)
 
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