Percocet contains a narcotic and, even if taken only in prescribed amounts, can cause physical and psychological dependence when taken for a long time. You should take Percocet cautiously and according to your doctor's instructions, as you would take any medication containing a narcotic.
Tylenol 3's (Tylenol with Codeine) are mostly prescribed for oral pain. The narcotic of codeine acts like morphine when it hits your liver, which is dangerous. it should be taken short-term and in moderation.
Neither of these medicines can or should be taken without a doctor's prescription. They could be habit-forming (ie addictive) and dangerous if not monitored by a doctor.
You should see your doctor. Buying unprescribed pills online should be discouraged. Your cramps could be a sign of endometriosis. Many times, a doctor might choose to prescribe oral contraceptives to help relieve menstral cramps. It's best to talk about your options with the doctor than jumping online and ordering serious pain killers. In the mean time, use midol menstral cramp pain killers or advil. A warm bath also helps.My wife is looking into Neulasta?
I am imagining that they are NOT safe to take if there is nothing wrong with you. If there is a prescription from your doctor , then ONLY use them for the period of time that you KNOW you should. Its like taking any medication. Do NOT ABUSE it. Especially drugs such as percosets, adivan, etc. They can become addictive, and yes, I have seen people gain a considerable amount of weight regardless if others say they dont. I have seen it.Early Labor