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User Reviews for Aspirin/oxycodone to treat Pain

Also known as: Percodan, Endodan

Helmer Phud ยท Taken for 2 to 5 years August 18, 2015

“I Googled "aspirin withdrawal" and found this posting to be completely uninformative for my situation. For the past two years, under doctor's orders I've been taking 6 standard aspirin (ASA) tablets a day, two tablets in the morning, afternoon, and at bedtime, as part of my pain management protocol. (I'm allergic to tylenol.) I'm having surgery in less than a week, and as part of my surgery preparations I've had to quit taking ASA cold turkey. I'm experiencing many symptoms that are similar to drug withdrawal, and trying to find out if suddenly stopping ASA is causing my symptoms.”

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S. D. Sleight July 15, 2009

Percodan (aspirin / oxycodone): “I had a fractured femur from being hit by a car. Morphine was used initially during the acute pain. On the second day Percodan was prescribed, even though I wasn't in great pain. After a few days, had loss of appetite, inability to urinate and severe constipation. Stopped Percodan, Tylenol was adequate to relieve pain.”

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fibrosurvivor May 9, 2009

Percodan (aspirin / oxycodone): “It works really well for my fibromyalgia/arthritis pain but had side effects due to aspirin.”

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Rainwalker May 8, 2009

Percodan (aspirin / oxycodone): “I had a hernia operation and a few kidney stones. Taking one Percodan every four hours and when the pain gets more severe one every three hours. After my hernia operation I took a Percodan every three hours, even at night, for three weeks. It really saved the day but I had a hangover for about four days. Worth it.”

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