10 Jun 2011
The Excedrin back and body is acetominophen with aspirin. You can take it with the oxycodone as long as the oxycodone is not a formula that has acetominophen in it, just in case you would get too much acetominophen. The maximum acetominophen that you can take is 1000mg at a time up to 4 times in 24 hours. If the prescription bottle says oxycodone APAP with numbers like 5/325 after it then it contains acetominophen (mgs is the second number) if not then you are ok. Make sense?
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