I am a 48 year old woman who suffers from RA and spinal problems. I have been on a regime of Percocet 10/325 and Gabopentin 600mg for approx. 9 months. Recently I was taken to the hospital due to a fall and required me staying. I had not "planned" this emergency so I did not have my pill containers with me. I told the ER doctor all of my medications and my primary doctors information. I was given a round white pill along with two other pills I recognized as 300mg Gabopentin. I did not recognize the round white pill and asked. I was told that was the 10/325 Percocet distributed by the ER. When I got upstairs the medication I received was the size and shape I am used to taking. At first I didn't think anything of it but in looking back I realized I had not received the same relief I usually do, nor can I find any descriptions of Percocet 10/325 that match. I may be wrong but would like to know. In any case lesson learned, check your meds.
cindie; Yes coming from the E.R. Doctor I have no dought that it was the generic Percocet there are so many companies that make it nowadays that the E.R. may have had a different brand than upstairs but the most common ones are round and white and are the same strength. no worries.
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