I've been prescribed percocet 10/325 for chronic pain. My question is I have to decide between Watson or Endo. Has anyone ever been given either of these two brands. Which works better? Thanks , I welcome all comments.
18 Oct 2011
I really don't think it will matter very much. However, I do like Watson for many other meds. I'm not sure if I ever had Watson Percs, I may have. Last year I had MsContin made by Endo. I didn't like them. I also had them by another co. but I forget who. I liked the other co. better. If it was me, I'd go with the Watson.
29 Dec 2012
There are very slight differences between manufacturers. Each contains the same active ingredients. In this case, those would be 10mg oxycoDONE and 325mg apap. The difference is the inactive ingredients or fillers. In rare cases, some people have a negative reaction to these fillers, so would want to find a mfg without that filler. Otherwise, the pills have the same strength and one should work as well as the other.
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