Endocet overdose

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hey i have anxiety disorder so answering this question quickly i would highly appreciate. i just started taking endocet 10-325 generic for percocet for a recent motorcycle accident. im wondering if it is a normal side effect for me to get accessive sweating. im just sitting here browsing the internet and im sweating pretty badly. i feel ok. i dont have any problems breathing, muscle aches or anything i see listed for overdose type stuff im just sweating pretty bad. is this normal?
//emedicine.medscape.com/article/820200-overview lists general toxicity (overdose) amounts in healthy humans in the 7-10 gram range, and states that if you are healthy (not malnourished, have a healthy liver, etc), not consuming alcohol, and follow daily dosing limits of 4 grams per day, risks of liver damage are very small.
I can pretty much tolerate 30 or more vicodin 5/500 a day, 20+ 10/325 Norco or 20+ 10/325 generic percs (endocet). I am not nearly as worried about the opiates as I am about the acetaminophen. I know I am poisoning my liver and kidneys and body in general. I am a person diagnosed with clinical depression, so I take cymbalta as well - I believe the opiates are escalating my depression as the Cymbalta provides no relief for the depression any more.
With that said I would say your doctor was telling you the truth. I do remember reading that the 160mg. dose was to be discontinued due to overdose.
It is effective orally and is marketed in combination with aspirin (Percodan, Endodan, Roxiprin) or paracetamol/acetaminophen (Percocet, Endocet, Roxicet, Tylox) for the relief of pain. More recently, ibuprofen has been added to oxycodone (Combunox).
In July 2005, the FDA issued a public health advisory to alert people of reports of death and other serious side effects from overdoses while on fentanyl transdermal patches. Deaths and overdoses have occurred in patients using both the brand name Duragesic® and the generic product. Some patients and health care providers may not be fully aware of the dangers of this drug.
Hey all, I have been taking norco 10/325 for ruptured discs in my neck/lower back/siatica for 2 years now. Norco stopped working so went to endocet 10/325. Been on that for 2 months and still not getting relief. I am taking up to 10 pills a day(some norco left over and some endocet) for 1 a month( before was 6 a day) and am worried about my liver. I am in great physical shape(excercise regularly) but recently been having crazy headaches and fever.
This includes drugs such as tramadol (Ultracet and Ultram) codeine (Tylenol #3, #4), Darvocet, Hydrocodone (Vicodin, Norco, Lortab and derivatives), Oxycodone (Endocet, Percocet, Oxycontin), Morphine, Demerol. Fentanyl, and Dilaudud. There are many other opiates not listed, so if you don’t see it listed, you can still use these suggestions if it’s an opiate based addiction. None of these apply to benzodiazepine based addictions. These addictions should never be dealt with by going cold turkey.
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