I take Norco. Which isn't as strong as percocet, but I am happy with that. I still have a lot of pain, but know that I wont get anything stronger. So I guess we have to learn to live with that amount of pain. I know that it is hard, but what can we do aside of seeing another doctor to try to get something stronger. Have you asked him about a time released medication such as oxycontin? It is percocet only continous release, I don't know if they come in five mg or not, but they do come in ten. Maybe he would go for that. But I wouldn't bother him too much about it because he might cut you off all together. You wouldn't want that.
I hope that you ahve a wonderful time at your grandson's play.
PS, are you suppose to take ibuprophin when you are taking the acetominaphen in the perocet? I thought that you weren' tsuppose to mix the two. Just checking.
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