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A 45-year-old member asked:

Please help! what is the difference between a roxicet and a percocet?

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Dr. Eric Ernest
Emergency Medicine 12 years experience
Roxicet: is the narcotic portion of percocet. Percocet has oxycodone (roxicet) as well as Acetaminophen (tylenol).
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What is the difference between using roxicet and percocet?

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Dr. Russell Chick
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Neither: Should solve the problem so narcotics are not neccessary.
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