if they are on the prescription written in the different order as in my question does this effect the meds differently?
tracyjo74; you missed a very important part of this question!!! first it does not matter in which order the Doctor writes the medication But next to each name should be a number like oxycodone 5/acetamenophen 500mg check your bottle of your old rx and see if they match.Then it well be the same. if the numbers are different it could be stronger or weaker. if you need help write back.exactly what the prescription says and the amount in mg of each. Chuck1957
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