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whats the difference between Lorcet plus and Percocet. the one pharmacist said lorcet plus was stronger only cause in had more pain medication and less tylenol than percocet. can someone tell me if this is true cause I've heard different things....i have back problems also, and my pain is real bad sometimes. i am just curious, which is better for the pain....thank you.... Cindy
Both medicines do bupkis for back pain. Bupkis means nada, nothing. Anti-inflamatories, special exercises, hydration a TENS device, and as a last ditch, a laminectomy. Neither medication is "better for the pain". The best investment you could make is a physical rehab therapist who can show you several of a dozen exercises that will absolutely positively make your life much easier. It is impossible to understand these exercises by viewinmg them on the net or reading a book.
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