For a short acting pill like Perc 5's, you would be able to safely drink after 24 hours.
I used to take large amounts of percocet AND go drinking. Not a good idea, but I was all about getting wasted. I don't need to go into numbers, but I can honestly say that a few beers on top of a percocet, especially if you have been taking them for a while, will not have a horrible reaction.
I respect your ability to play it safe. After 24 hours you will be OK to have a few drinks.
Listen, I just drank and took 1 1/2 perc's thursday night. Drank from 10 to about 130 am then took these pill's out of stupidity. DO NOT DO IT. I woke up at 140 in the afternoon the next day with a sore right hand, bloody left knee, and no recollection of anything past 215. My mom the next day told me there was dintymoore beef stew slopped on the stove and counter that i supposedly had cooked while belligerent. My friend stopped over around 215-220 am apparently and i wouldve never known had he not told me. Everything was blackout and i would never do it again. Drinking and taking percocet has the same affects as drinking and xanax do. very unsafe. Im about 6'0" 175lbs so be weary, i wouldnt advise it to anyone.
i took percocets last night around 8pm and drank a forty and two tall cans and drank more through out the night no black out felt real good but i woke up this morning and had some pain in my abdomen and my left testicle is that normal
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