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Why do 30mg oxycodones make you so itchy? yet 3 10 mg percocets don't?

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Bdubb13 21 April 2018

In reply to the first response...
30mg oxycodone does not have any acetaminophen in it but they both contain 30mg of oxycodone so the lack of acetaminophen may be why the 30mgs feel stronger = more itchiness?

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asher12 19 Feb 2010

oxycodone is the generic for percocet. they're the same thing. usually each pill contains the narcotic along with acetaminophen. so 3 separate pills usually have 10 mg of the narcotic with 325 mg of acetaminophen in each . the 30 mg pill would have the same 325 mg of acetaminophen. so the dose in comparison is 30mg/975mg and then 30mg/325mg. the acetaminophen helps to stop the itching. it's the basic information I was given. but check the medication you have to see the amount of acetaminophen that is in your pills. hope this makes sense.

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Inactive 17 Feb 2010

I wishI knew I thought it was just me. I have scratches all over me when I wake up. It mainly happened with the Percocet 10/325 If any one replys to you let me know Thanks I hope this is helpful just knowing that you are not alone

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