Percocet is a strong pain killer prescribed for acute to severe pain. Percocet is a combination of Oxycodone and acetaminophen. In 2009 the FDA issued an “Advisory” to cease production of Percocet due to deaths related to liver damage caused by its acetaminophen content. In 2010 Endo Pharmaceuticals decided to halt production of Percocet based on the FDA advisory
Percocet withdrawal symptoms can take place if use of drug is abruptly stopped. Percocet withdrawal is not typically life threatening; however, symptoms can be extraordinarily uncomfortable.
Symptoms may include:
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