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C. Wasek, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Answered on Jul 22, 2019
Tylox is a type of painkiller that would need to be given in proper dosages so that it will be effective without being dangerous. An overdose of this pain killer can cause some liver damage and at times, it may even cause death. This should not be shared with anyone who has a history of addiction as it can be addictive.
Percocet is better known as a type of paracetamol but it is stronger than the typical paracetamol mainly because it is known to treat moderate to severe pain. This can be prescribed to people in various dosages and it is also important that people will follow the right dosage to ensure that no harm will come to them.
We usually take painkillers when we experience a headache or body ache to alleviate the uneasiness we are feeling. Pain that we are feeling is our body’s way of telling us that something is off in our system. Tylox and Percocet are the two most common painkiller medicines that people take when experiencing acute pain. Tylox contains oxycodone hydrochloride and acetaminophen that somehow act as morphine on the body’s nervous system.
Percocet, on the other hand, contains oxycodone and paracetamol. Tylox might cause side effects such as itching, euphoria, and dizziness, so it is best to tell your doctor if you are taking other drugs as well as herbal medicines. Percocet is an analgesic drug that is used in treating severe pain. Its side effects are diarrhea, anxiety, fatigue, and sometimes, death.