1 Mar 2011
Could you give us more info to work with? How often did/are you taking it? In what way do you take it? Do you snort it?
If you add more info, we can better answer you, other than the obvious, addiction, which can lead to horrible withdrawal, depression, and messed up neurotransmitters in the brain.
Best wishes mike,
1 Mar 2011
As already mentioned by sweetlemon, without knowing how much and in what route you are taking the percocet it is difficult to answer the question.
The long term use of percocet depending on how and quantity can include but not limited to renal (kidney) and liver damage.
As you probably know, the percocet is addictive and will have to be decreased slowly in order to avoid withdrawls.
I do hope you get help for your addiction and if we can be of further assitance please post again,
- Percocet Information for Consumers
- Percocet Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Percocet (detailed)
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