Can oxycodone cause swelling of feet and ankles?
Question posted by rose a on 24 July 2013
Last updated on 29 April 2021 by Mitakuye
After being on Percocet 12 yrs the manufacturer changed and I have severe feet and leg Edema. I do not abuse nor take more than prescribed but this month my entire lower extremities have swelled to very painful levels.
In my own personal exsperience the answer is a definite YES. Every time i take percocet i have pitted edema in my legs and feet
Sometimes in my hands. I do not have reason for it though. Just that the swelling is bad when i take the percocet. I do not have that problem when not taking percocet.
No it won't do that. If you're having it, its most likely fluid and that would be either a kidney or heart problem. In any case you should see your dr. about it.
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