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How To Break Down New Opana 20 Snort
EVEN BREAKING THE PILL DOWN WITH {edited for safety reasons} its all dissolved and instant release and it also hold some of the time release too even dissolving it and works all day... as far as snorting, forget it cause these junkies that try to do it using microwave, etc are wasting the product by heating it for one and with a 20mg pill, you would spend more time trying to perfect the method to a point where it just isnt worth it...trust me i love to intranasal too but cant with these new op formula...these new op are good but just not for iv or snorting. good luck ## this is 2 weeks in now. after being on 4 10mg percacet daily for pain. now getting 2 20mg oxycontin and 2 10mg percocet breakthru. so, overall i am feeling so much better than the past 3 months. all the doctors are afrai... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Fri, Nov 23 '12, 10:58 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 237901
how long does oxycontin stay in your system will oxy show up on my drug test
I do not take oxy's often but I took one today, tues, 10mg tablet by mouth, i am 31 and about 160lbs and 5'9. I may have a drug test mon the 26 for court will it show up in my urine? I am also taking depakote, will this effect the test in any way? ## I think your saying you took oxy on tues, and have a test nearly a full week away, on mon. If this is correct, your in the clear. Oxycodone doesnt hang around Long. Im bout the same build and have passed a piss test in a little over 24hrs. fter having used roxys. The extended release(OP) tablets May stay a bit longer than instants cause they are made to hang around while the pill breaks down. Oxy is out in 3 days, MAX. ...
Updated 3 months ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jan 02 '14, 5:53 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251052
Op 30 Pill
can i split one in half or quarter ## No, it is not safe to cut and divide these tablets. This is a 30mg Oxycontin tablet, which contains the narcotic Oxycodone in a time released formulation. Cutting or breaking the tablet could result in your getting too much of the medication, at once, which could result in overdose. The new formulation is supposed to help prevent this, but the danger is always there. If you need a lower dosage, you should speak to your doctor about prescribing it in a lower dose or different formulation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## It is only safe to cut an oxycontin (op) inhalf if it is a 20mg or less cause cause the most a person should intake of instance release is 10mg unless said different from.doctor... due to case of overdose.. OP are not inten... ...
Updated 5 months ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Nov 17 '13, 2:03 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 217080


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