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How To Inject New Oxycontin OP
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I've tried everyting with the new Op Oxycontin and this is the best and only way to do this. {edited for safety} ## The best way to take this pill is to follow the instructions on the bottle. Obviously the new OP was made for a reason, and likewise a pill is a pill for a reason- to take orally. For those who do not know how to take this pill orally, here are instructions: "Swallow oxycodone extended-release tablets whole; do not chew, break, divide, crush, or dissolve them. If you swallow broken, chewed, or crushed extended-release tablets, you will receive the entire dose of oxycodone at once, instead of slowly over 12 hours. This may cause serious problems, including overdose and death." This is referenced from the link above. Hopefully someone will take this to heart; if ... ...
Updated 19 days ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Dec 03 '14, 6:38 AM
CAN YOU INJECT TARGINACT?
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CAN YOU INJECT TARGINACT, ITS 1OMG OXYCONTIN AND 5MG NALOXONE TO PREVENT CONSTIPATION? AN OVAL PILL ## It specifically says on the information leaflet that you should NOT inject Targinact. As it it a slow-release tablet an injection would be a significant overdose and likely to result in death. It is possible to get the two drugs seperately and when it is given alone Naloxone is normally given in injection form but please do not inject Targinact. ## The naloxone is not to prevent constipation....it is a narcotic antagonist added to he pill to prevent abuse....such as crushing it and injecting it. Either way, it is not safe as overdose is highly probable and I do believe the naloxone would send you into precipitated withdrawls. Hence the reason for the use of naloxone added to a narcotic... ...
Updated 1 month ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Nov 16 '14, 12:42 PM
Question about chewing Oxycontin
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My doctor switched me to Oxycontin 80MG from Oxycodone IR 30MG. What is the difference between the two? I read all these forums and many of them are about abusing them and I am not interested in doing that for fear of dying. So, what will happen if I chew them? I would like the best way to make my pain go away but I would not mind the euphoria/Hi from them but I am not wiling to snort or inject. Can someone tell me the difference between these pills and if anyone has chewed these pills and what is the effects of doing so. ## The one that you were receiving with the IR designation were instant release Oxycodone, but the Oxycontin is a time released formulation, meant to slowly release the medication over a 12 hour period. And with the new formulation with the OP marking, chewing them wil... ...
Updated 8 days ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Dec 14 '14, 5:24 AM
Morphine 30mg Purple M
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What is the absolute best way to take the purple 30mg Morphine, sustained release, and get it into my body for immediate reaction? Not interested in injecting them. What to do ? Thank you for any help. ## Is this a capsule that you can empty or just a solid pill? I would personally crush or empty the pill or capsule into water if I was trying to get it in my system quicker. Not sure if this would even make a difference though if you are taking it on a full stomach. If you want it to absorb quicker (by normal means of ingesting it) take it near an empty stomach or with a smaller portion of food than you would normally do with. Hope this helps! ## Hi Brad, My son is a medical rep. and recently re-educate me about the outer coating on the slow release oxycontin. Previously I had thought it... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Tue, Nov 18 '14, 7:18 AM


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