Dangerous Effects Of Anti Alcohol Drug
Percocet is one of the most commonly prescribed drug for relieving pain. Percocet is made up of a mixture of oxycodone, an extremely addictive substance, and acetaminophen, a drug usually bought from the shops. Percocet is considered both a narcotic and an analgesic.
But like some other drug Percocet also has some bad effects. Following are listed few bad effects of percocet.
Usual Bad Effects of Percocet:
Very Low Blood Pressure
Not Feeling Good
Infrequent Side Effects of Percocet:
Expansion of Blood Vessels
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel Movements
Contraction of the Ureter
A rise in body temperature
Percocet can affect your heart rate and lead to bradycardia (slowed down heartbeats), palpitations (uneven heartbeats) or tachycardia (rapid heartbeats). It can also affect your blood pressure and cause hypertension (increased blood pressure), hypotension (low blood pressure) or orthostatic hypotension (low blood pressure occurring in some people when they stand up).
Percocet can affect your intelligence or slow down your reaction times. Be cautious if you want to drive or operate other heavy equipment.
Besides the above mentioned side effects many people may also get following effects from percocet.
Blood Circulation Problems
Vocal Cord Problem
Significant Decrease in Lung Function
Acute Liver Dysfunction
Trouble in Breathing
Severe Allergic Reaction
Reaction because of an Allergy
Decreased Blood Platelets
Deficiency of White Blood Cell
Low Neutrophils in White Blood Cell
Extreme Felling of Well Being
Discolored Spots on the Body
Painful or Dry Mouth
Urinary Tract Infection
Chronic Sleep Disorders
Symptoms Of Flu
Throbbing or Pounding Heartbeat
Difficulty in Swallowing
Cannot Empty Bladder
The most commonly observed adverse reactions from the use of Percocet include lightheadedness, dizziness, drowsiness or sedation, nausea, and vomiting. Other severe reactions are euphory, dysphoria, costiveness, and itching.
Since Percocet is a sedative drug, you possibly will become addicted to it. You may also feel confusion, anxiety, tensions or hallucination (seeing or perceiving things which do not exist). Trouble sleeping and anxiousness are other psychiatric side effects. In certain cases, you may be so severely depressed that you begin to develop suicidal thoughts or behaviors. Consult your physician if you experience these symptoms.