Percocet bodily effects
Since long term use or abuse of Percocet affect just about every organ in the body, there are many physical symptoms as use continues. Explore the infographic above to learn what does the body go through when chronically and continuously exposed to Percocet. Then, leave your questions and feedback in the comments section at the end.
Physical symptoms of long term Percocet
All organ systems are affected by the use of this opioid painkiller. What are the risks of using it for extended periods of time or abusing it by taking other than prescribed? Here is a list of some long term effects of Percocet abuse:
- dry mouth
- nausea and vomiting
- slowed breathing
- stomach pain
- vital organs damage
Other more serious effects, include:
- circulatory system collapse
- death from an overdose
- heart attack
- kidney disease
- liver disease
- respiratory arrest
- vital organs failure
Long term effects of Percocet on the body questions
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