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What happends if I take 2 tablets of oxycodone 5-325mg?

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alana21 14 Apr 2010

These tablets contain 5 mg hydrocodone and 325 mg acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Ibuprofen. If you are experiencing moderate to severe pain, two tablets will more than wipe it out; however, you might want to try taking just one tablet to begin with. If that doesn't alleviate your pain within an hour, then take the second tablet. Whether or not you have recently eaten something substantial will effect the extent to which this medication works. I can't imagine taking two tablets without having at least a piece or two of toast. This will help alleviate the nausea that often accompanies a two-tablet dose. I hope this helps you.

mpvt 15 Apr 2010

that info is wrong- how did you get 5mgs of hydrocodone from oxycodone. What you have there is percocet and you take whats prescribe and it will help your pain... Dave

alana21 15 Apr 2010

Please accept my sincerest apologies as I misread the first ingredient and then my brain just went with it.

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xtina58 15 Apr 2010

thank you

eaglehaslanded 15 Jun 2012

Hello. I take percocet for pain management & it is my understanding that it contains Tylenol, which is, of course, acetaminophen. Not Ibuprofen... which is Advil.

mechamania_boy 16 Jun 2015

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