Prescription onlyLower-cost generic availableClass: Pain

Percocet Reviews

(oxycodone / acetaminophen)

Prescription onlyLower-cost generic availableClass: Pain
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Summary of Percocet (oxycodone / acetaminophen) reviews by people (All ages)20 people left tips
70%
think this method is worth it
49%
think this method works well
15%
think this method is a hassle
  • I was taking hydrocodone and my doctor switched me to Percocet. It lasts longer so you don't have to take it as frequently. DO NOT drink grapefruit juice with it because it increases the chance of liver problems.
    38
    Man
    A couple weeks
  • Used following spine/nerve surgery (laminotomy and discectomy) and worked well.
    56
    Woman
    A few months
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • Take 2 a day for chronic pain. Takes the edge off and I thank God for it. Never increased my dosage. once I n awhile 3 5/325 followed by one the next.
    72
    Woman
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  • I was given Percocet for my perm. nerve damage after Darvon was taken off the market. It worries me that I need this pain medication. Some days I try to go without as I think no drug is good for you taken long term. So difficult though.
    61
    Woman
    Two years or more
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • I don't recommend taking it on an empty stomach
    25
    Woman
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • It is addictive and tolerance goes up
    56
    Woman
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • I wish I knew that Dr. will not prescribe it without so much hassle. If the Dr. is unwilling to prescribe, then they need an alternative besides Ibuprofen/acetaminophen. Sometimes its just better to live with the pain.
    40
    Man
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • Drink lots of water to avoid constipation. Very addictive. Hard to stop taking.
    34
    Woman
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • It's a hassle to see a pain specialist every month and it costs a lot of money. I have to pay the pain specialist $150 per visit plus the medication is expensive. It does help immensely though.
    36
    Man
    Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)