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What are the side effects of Percocet?

Possible side effects of Percocet include: nausea, dizziness or fainting, sleepiness, shallow breathing, blurry vision, slow heartbeat, change in behavior, seizures, stomach upset, itching, dark urine, yellowing of your skin or eyes, loss of appetite, clay-colored stools, dry mouth and constipation. Call your doctor if these side effects are severe or will not go away. Call 911 for emergency medical help if you have symptoms of an allergic reaction to Percocet, such as chest tightness, trouble breathing, rash, itching, facial swelling, hives and swelling in your mouth or throat.

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