Percocet 7.5-325 mg


Percocet 7.5–325 mg, a pain relief medication, has 6.7228 milligrams of oxycodone and 325 mg of acetaminophen. It’s a pink oval pill with “PERCOCET” on one side and “7.5/325” on the other. Store it at a temperature between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius.

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The medicine called Percocet 7.5-325 contains paracetamol and oxycodone. It’s used to treat moderate to severe pain by acting on the brain’s receptors to help the body feel better. However, since it affects people differently, some may have negative reactions like fainting, high body temperature, headaches, extreme tiredness, vomiting, and increased pain. If you experience any of these symptoms or feel like the medicine isn’t helping, talk to your doctor.

How should I take Percocet? 

  • Percocet, a pain relief medicine, should be taken exactly as your doctor tells you. Don’t take more of it or use it for longer than your doctor recommends. Taking too much Percocet can damage your liver and even lead to death.
  • Let your doctor know if you feel like you want to take more of this medication.
  • Don’t give this medication to anyone else, especially if they have a history of drug abuse or addiction. Keep medications out of the reach of others.
  • Don’t suddenly stop using Percocet. Lower your medication gradually as your doctor tells you to.
  • Keep it in a cool, dry place. Keep track of your medications. If someone uses it incorrectly or without a doctor’s permission, remove it.

Dosage Availability

Percocet 5–325 mg: Percocet 5–325 mg: This is a blue pill that’s round in shape. One side has “PERCOCET” written on it, and the other side has a line down the middle.

Percocet-7-5-500 mg: This medicine helps with mild to severe pain. It contains both an opioid (oxycodone) and a non-opioid pain reliever.

Side Effects

  • Difficulty breathing, noisy breathing, shallow breathing, and stopping breathing while sleeping.
  • Slow or powerless heartbeat. Cold, soggy skin.
  • A mixed-up feeling that creates the feeling that you’re getting to faint.
  • Shortcoming, weariness, fever, bizarre bruising, or bleeding.
  • Confusion, strange considerations, or behavior.
  • Urinary Problems


Overdose Warning: If you’ve taken this medicine recently, let your doctor know about your medical history. If you’ve ever had an allergic reaction to this medicine, avoid using it. Typically, it’s only used for a short time. So, take the prescribed pain relief dose and don’t use it for longer than instructed because it might lead to dependence. Taking more than prescribed can cause an overdose and serious side effects.


Don’t take Percocet, a pain relief medicine, if you’ve recently used alcohol, sleeping pills, sedatives, or other opioid drugs. Also, don’t take Percocet if you’ve taken MAOIs like isocarboxazid, linezolid, phenelzine, rasagiline, selegiline, or tranylcypromine in the last 14 days, or if you’ve had methylene blue injections.

Oxycodone can make breathing difficult and lead to addiction. To avoid taking potentially dangerous doses, only take the recommended amount and swallow the pill whole. Never give Percocet to someone else.


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