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color and shape and markings of op
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I was on 200mgs of oc and they changed the formula and all I did was stay sick from it. The Dr switched me to opana er and the insurance wont't pay for it so what do I do now ## Have you and your doctor discussed your possibly using Morphine? There is also a time released version of it, called MS Contin and it is available as a generic, so most insurances will cover it. It is also a narcotic, so the side effects would be similar and can include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. Learn more: ## have Md get prior op. its. a from his MA sends into them. if still does work get copy of their formula (which. is want they will cover.) oh, and ask if Md has any coupons which helps the costs. ## OP other side and 40 peach/ beige color small round pill ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana Er.
Mon, May 30 '16, 2:38 PM
I Have A Herniated Disc At L5s1 And Am Taking 8mg Dilaudid 1every 2 To Three Hours As Neede For Pain First It Was Working Well Now Doesnt Last
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need info on 8mg dilaudid and what might be a good medication for breakthrough pain while taking this med every 2 hours. please help. ive been on oxycontin & roxycodone and cant find them anymore thats why i changed to dilaudid. please help. ## Opana Ir Or Er im sure an Opana 40 Er would would cover your pain if not try Morphine, I prefer morphone. Hydro-morphone= dilaudid. Oxy-morphone=Opana. I say Opana is ATLEAST equal to an Oc 80. Fentayln patches also work great as well as liquid Morphine Sulfate. Mainly for Iv but can be ingested. ## YEs, if you're on the regular release formulation, you may want to ask your doctor about using the time release formulation for longer pain control. As was already mentioned, it's called Opana ER. Does anyone else have any ideas to add? ##... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Dilaudid.
Sat, May 06 '17, 1:32 AM
am looking for the strongest pain pill
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i have a very bad back,from an abusive marriage,sciatica,spinal stenosis,scoliosis,fibromalgia a frozen shoulder & a fusion,c,456 &7. i have a pain pump w/ dilaudid in and take opana10 5x a day. i do not like the opana,i was on morphine30 ir that seemed some better,the pump doesn't help much...i assume my tollerenceis awful high .just wondering if there is something stronger go stop this misery.ty ## Have you ever tried Fentanyl? It's a very potent narcotic opiate, over 80 times stronger than Morphine, so it generally requires just a very small dose to work. Learn more Fentanyl details here. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. It is somethi... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Sep 12 '16, 12:43 PM
what pain pills work better than norco
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Can I take norco 10/325 flexed all 10 mg with a stacker 2 ## Hi Meddie, There are quite a few different pain meds to choose from that are allegedly stronger than Norco (Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen). Oxycodone in my research seems to be the next step up the latter, but some chronic pain patients may feel that Tramadol, Morphine, Opana, or Dilaudid would be better alternatives. I for one have never taken anything other than Hydrocodone and Morphine in the realm of narcotic analgesics, so I can only go off charts on the web and my own experience, which tells me that Morphine provided greater relief than Hydrocodone after a nose surgery I had done several years ago. If you're able to I'd encourage you to talk with your doctor about this just to see what s/he recommends... And as far a... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Norco.
Sat, Jul 23 '16, 7:57 PM
Oxycodone/Michigan/Doctors?/Guidelines
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I'm a cronic pain patient going on 10 Years. I have had multiple surgeries on my lower back. I have been prescribed Oxycodone 30mgs up to as many as #240 a month -As low as #90 a month depending on which Dr. I was seeing at the time. This has been extended over a 5 yr period. I do not misuse, sell, give or abuse my medication In any way. I work a very labor intensive job with heavy machinery daily and have found other drugs such as: fentynal duragesic patches,morphine, dilaudid,methadone and Opana to greatly reduce awareness and complicate an already complicated job due to side effects. Now, I'm on Morphine #120 mgs a day.. both immediate and long acting release.. and can't function due to drowsiness and a "head in the clouds " type of feeling. At work, I have notice... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Nov 25 '13, 5:25 PM
stop sign shape pill with 5 imprinted on it
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a friend gave me a peach color pill thats shaped like a stop sign with an imprint of a 5 on it. he claims its morphine. what is it?woos ## This is actually a 5mg Opana ER tablet, which contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone. So it is a narcotic, but not actually the same as Morphine. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Read more: ...
Updated 7 years ago in Morphine.
Sun, May 23 '10, 1:46 PM
AZ docs taking ppl off oxycodone, need advice
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I am currently taking 30mg oxycodone 4x daily. I have failed back surg syndrome and many other herniated discs in most levels of entire spine. The recent CDC crackdown is effecting the way docs in Arizona write for opiods here. No one wants to write for immediate release oxycodone (from what I've heard, it's due to people overdosing, selling them, and abusing them). I happen to be someone who takes them as prescribed, and I'm being punished bc of the "others who've screwed it up for ppl like me". My new pain management doc wants to move me to Fentanyl Patches (25mcg @ 10/month), Opana ER 10mg quantity of 60/mo, AND morphine ER (not sure of dose). This seems excessive, and that's where I'm going with this. I'm on Medicare with no Rx coverage. My 30mg o... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jul 20 '16, 8:50 AM
What would be a logical change in meds for my pain?
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I have reverse swan neck and it has caused 3 herniated discs in my neck. I currently take 3 10 mg percocets daily and 2 20 mg opana ER's. I'm not really getting the relief I'd like. What would be a logical upgrade in my meds? ## Although I don't have personal experience with these types of medications, I thought I'd still go ahead and post a list of other possible options for you. Some types of opioid drugs include: codeine (only available in generic form) fentanyl (Actiq, Duragesic, Fentora) hydrocodone (Lorcet, Lortab, Norco, Vicodin) hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Exalgo) meperidine (Demerol) methadone (Dolophine, Methadose) morphine (Avinza, Kadian, MS Contin, Ora-Morph SR) oxycodone (OxyContin, Oxyfast, Percocet, Roxicodone) I think there's some speculation as to ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, May 29 '13, 10:55 PM
oxycodone that dosent have any acetaminophine
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hi I was recently diagnosed with cirosis of the liver and my dr wants me to stop takeing anything the has acetaminophen is there anything I would be able to take that dose not have it in it. my pain dr prescribes me oxycodone with acetaminophine and now I have to stop takeing this medicine so I would like to know what I can be prescribed instead of that ## Hello, Haylo! How are you? I'm sorry about your diagnosis. Yes, Oxycodone is available without the Acetaminophen. There are also other options, such as Morphine, Dilaudid and Opana. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jun 09 '15, 1:33 PM
Round Pink Pill with an E on one side and a 5 on the other
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found two of these under the cushion of my couch wanted to know what they were incase someone was looking them. ## Hello, The pill in description is Opana ER (5 mg). Opana is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain and also as a preoperative medication to alleviate apprehension, maintain anesthesia, and as an obstetric analgesic. Additionally, it can be used for the alleviation of pain in patients with dyspnea associated with acute left ventricular failure and pulmonary oedema. Learn More: Opana Details If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## Hey I got 1 5 mg opana I take like 3 10mg norcos and now been taking 3 2mg morphines I want to try the 5 mg opana but I'm scared ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Thu, Sep 24 '15, 1:28 PM
Hydrocodone and oxycodone side effect intolerance
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I have taken Hydrocodone 10/500 for years on and off. Not dependent. The worst side effect was head itching. tolerable. I was off and recently prescribed 10/325. The itching is head to toe unbearable. I have scars from scratching. It lasts for days with very little help from Benadryl 50 mg. every 6 hours. My doctor said Oxycodone 10/325 will be better. I took it after a meal. One to two hours later I am very nauseous. 3-4 hours latter headache and intense itching. 13 hours later I still feel sick from it. When I need pain medication I need it badly. I can't suffer in bed all the time. Help please. what are my alternatives? ## Hello, Bon! How are you? There are quite a few others available, such as Opana, Dilaudid, Fentanyl and Morphine. The FDA lists all of these as being narcotic a... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Dec 30 '14, 4:02 PM
Does Anyone Know Of A Good Pain Management Dr In N Penna
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For the last 18 months I have seen a Pain Management Dr. in Pittsburgh Pa. I really like him. When I first started seeing him, I was on Methadone 30mg 3x a day. But had been on it for the last 6 yrs, so it really wasn't working all that great. In Sept. he put me on Opana 40mg 2 x a day. And it kind of helped. But when they changed its composition, it started to make me throw up. So, my Dr. put me on Morphine Sulfate 60mg 2 x a day. At first it caused severe vomiting. So I called him up, and told the nurse, and told her also that I dumped the bottle down the toilet, because I thought, this stuff, is nasty. He refused to write me a different script, and told me to come in as soon as I could get an appointment. Well, a week had gone by, and I was fishing around in my purse for some Neu... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Methadone.
Sat, May 24 '14, 4:24 PM
hydrocodone + acetaminophen 10/325 allergic reaction
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I have been taking hydrocodone + acetaminophen 10/325 for several months (BEFORE and AFTER spinal surgery three months ago). I now am facing another surgery for a torn rotator cuff; so while my back pain was relieved by the surgery, I'm still on the pain med for a very painful arm and shoulder. I have developed contact dermatitis on my scalp and back and blame the med for causing this side effect. I need to try an alternative pain med. Suggestions? ## There are several others you can try, such as Oxycodone with Acetaminophen, or both of them by themselves without the Acetaminophen, you could also try Morphine, Dilaudid, or Opana. I am not your PCP, so I can't say which one might be right for you, but these are some options you can ask about. The FDA warns that this medications c... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Mar 24 '17, 9:34 PM
pain medication without acetaminophen or ibuprofen
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I've had severe chronic pain for years. Pain dr. Gave me 7.5/325 hydrocodone. I have hep c and chronic anemia. I don't want either tylenol or Ib.. what can I ask for that has none of those and is stronger? Would a fentanyl patch work? ## Hello, Andrea! How are you feeling? Fentanyl is the strongest narcotic available, so it may not be wise to jump straight to it, because that's not going to leave you anywhere to go in the future, once you build up a tolerance. Learn more Fentanyl details here. There are several others that are stronger and don't contain NSAIDs. One would be Oxycodone, which is available in instant release, regular release and time released formulations. Learn more Oxycodone details here. There's also Morphine, Dilaudid and Opana. Learn more Morphine ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, Oct 08 '13, 4:56 PM
CDC Guidelines for pain clinic. Reduced dosage pending
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The new CDC guidelines are in effect, causing my pain specialist to dramatically reduce my OpanaER and prn oxymorphone from 10mgs/ER BID to 5mgs/bid and keep the IM oxymprohone at 60/10mg tabs for 60 days.My understandibg is that it can be increased to a more therapeutic level after empilirical documentation that the 60/mg morphine/day is not providing the needed relief.I need an increase now! Not a reduction!!! How long must a person sustain personal viability before getting g a therapeutic dosage!? ...
Updated 18 days ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Jun 08 '17, 12:44 PM
Please help me find a doctor in RI that prescribes methadone
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I have had 5 back operations and none of them worked, I am in costant pain 24/7 and have no life. I don't want to take opiates because as we all know you can only take them for a small period of time. I am looking for a Doctor in Rhode Island that prescribes methadone for pain ## Hello, Kruzz321! How are you? Many people take opiates successfully for long periods of time to treat chronic pain, or if they have intractable pain due to possibly terminal illnesses, such as stage 4 cancer. There is no hard and fast rule that someone can only take them for short periods of time. Additionally, Methadone is an opiate narcotic, just like Oxycodone, Suboxone, Opana, Morphine and etc. It's actually known to be highly addictive and to cause very bad withdrawals and cravings, when someone ha... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Methadone.
Mon, Nov 10 '14, 5:54 PM
2016 CDC guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain
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Hey all fellow patients out there, did you know the CDC has published a list of their proposed 2016 guidelines for doctors who prescribe opioids for chronic pain? That includes oxycodone, lortab, percocet, hydrocodone, opana, suboxone, morphine, and any other drug that has an opiate ingredient in it that so many of us count on to lead normal lives! This affects all of us and the comment period ends on January 13 2016! That's about a week from now! You know the doctors are going to have to follow whatever federal rules pass so if you are worried that you might not get the care you need please go to the gov web site for the office of the Federal Register and submit your comments to them before it's too late! "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Departme... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Mar 16 '17, 5:54 PM
I Have Liver Problems And Im Taking Want To Take Something With Out Acetaminophen
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I HAVE HEP C AND AND IM TAKING 7.5 WATSONS AND NEED TO TAKE SOMTHING WITH SAME OR BETTER AS HELP ## Hello, Boston! How are you? There are quite a few available without Acetaminophen in them. You can get Oxycodone by itself, as well as Opana and Morphine, just to name a couple, so you may want to ask about them. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sat, May 31 '14, 2:52 PM
Ateral Medication
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Should this medication be prescribed to an adult who is taking Daizepam, Morphine Sul, Opana, Savella and amphetamine tab 20 mg? I don't see any indication for usage by adults. I was told it is to keep the person awake during the day so he can function. ## Adderall can be used by adults, however, it contains mixed amphetamine salts and you listed a 20mg Amphetamine tablet, so it would really be doubling up on the same thing. And yes, it can be used to treat daytime sleepiness, as well as ADHD and narcolepsy. As to the other medications, I am not finding any contraindications listed, but you should check with the doctor or pharmacist to be certain. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Oct 06 '11, 10:32 AM
pill opama
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green and they say 20 on them ## Are you referring to Opana, the time released formulation of Morphine? Is that the only marking on the tablets? What shape are they? Morphine is a very potent narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. Read more: ## small pink pill OP on one side 20 on the other side ...
Updated 6 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Sep 10 '10, 8:20 PM

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