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RED-PINK PAIN MEDICATION-CAPSULE--5mg oxycodone--500mg acetamini ## More information available at Acetaminophen & Oxycodone - this med's a generic Percocet ## what are the side effects of oxycod 500mg? ## Aida, there is no Oxycodone 500mgs, Oxy does not come in that high of a dose, in this pill, it is the Acetaminophen that is 500mgs and the Oxycodone is only 5mgs. Oxycodone comes in a max of 80mgs only. As to the side effects for this pill, here is the link to our monograph: The monograph for Oxycodone itself is: The reason Oxycodone does not come in that high of a dosage is because it is a very strong narcotic pain reliever, it is highly addictive and dangerous to use at really high doses. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Aug 13 '07, 1:43 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 164169
ct doctors who prescribe roxcodone
I recently moved to CT and need to find a new pain management doctor whi can write me my prescriptions that i need ## Hello, Michelle! How are you? I'm sorry, but there is no listing of doctors according to what they will or will not prescribe that I can refer to for you. Have you set up an appointment with a pain specialist, yet? That's all you can really do and make sure that they receive a full copy of your most recent medical records, then keep the appointment to discuss your treatment options and see how/if they will help you. Learn more Roxicodone 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. However, when calling, you can't ask about... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Roxicodone.
Thu, Nov 21 '13, 3:09 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 255580
what pill is west ward 477 used for
orange round pill with west ward 477 on one side other side blank with line in middle ## This tablet contains 20mgs of Prednisone, a steroid used to treat pain, inflammation and some allergic reactions. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, high blood sugar, weight gain and headache. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I also found a bottle of pills fitting the same description, orange with west-ward 447 stamped on them hidden in my home. No one in my house hold has been prescribed this medication, are there any narcotic uses for this drug. ## I was moving my refridgerator to vacuum the fur balls & dust (fire hazard) when I saw this peach colored pill marked west-ward 477 and a slice down the other side for spl... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Prednisone.
Wed, Sep 03 '14, 9:47 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 193107
cannot find subutex in any pharmacy
Is there any pharmacy in fort meyers that carries subutex? ## Hello, Ryan! How are you? I'm sorry, people all over seem to be reporting difficulties finding many medications, but I've no idea what's going on. However, there is no listing of pharmacies that have any given medication in stock. The only suggestion I can make is that you check with more in the area, but you have to go their physically, with the prescription in hand. If you call they will tell you no, because they don't know if the person on the phone is a legitimate customer or a potential thief. 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. Does anyone know of a place there that has had... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Subutex.
Sat, May 31 '14, 1:46 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 264325
suboxone medicaid in south florida
Well i am an addict and have been on subutex and suboxone for about 4 months but i get them through a friend. I just found out im 2 1/2 months pregnant. This is my 2nd child and with the first i was on drugs and got on subutex but it was through a detox center. Does anyone know a subutex doctor that takes insurence in south florida? ## Hello, Tara! How are you? Congratulations! The best thing to do would be to see an OB Gyn and have them refer you to someone that is familiar with treating pregnant women, that way you can ensure the best possible outcome for you and your baby. 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. Can anyone recommend a good doctor in that ar... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Oct 24 '14, 1:15 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 275582
can suboxone make you sick
I have been taking Suboxone for about a month now. I find it on the street so not on a set dose. The past 3 days it has made me nausea's and threw up a few times. I am taking less than a 1/4 if that. What could be causing this out of nowhere? Want to get it figured out. Please help. ## Hello, RaeRae! How are you? Well, the first issue is that you're buying it off the street, so you don't really have any idea what you're getting. It could be completely fake, there's no way to know. And yes, even if it really is Suboxone, it could still make you sick, it contains a very potent narcotic. Have you tried getting medical assistance? ## Rea Rea. Yes it can def get you sick. My girlfriend has been on it after being on Percocet for pain and eventually was dependent on them. I... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Feb 11 '14, 4:00 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 259628
I Took Half Of A Suboxone Pill Three Days Ago Still Feel Breally Sick Dont Take These Pilss On Regular And Havent Been Addicted To Any Opiates
How long will the nausea last. I took half a pill of suboxone and rabout an hour later, I threw up and wazs dizzy as hell. I still feel sick and I don't kknow what to do. I don't normally take this kinda pill and bhave never been addicted to opiates ## Well Suboxone actually contains 2 active ingredients, Buprenorphine and Suboxone. That means that there are several possible reasons that this may have happened. One is due to the fact that the Buprenorphine is a very potent narcotic and it can cause the types of things you've described as a side effect, especially if you aren't used to taking it. Another reason could be due to the Naloxone, it is in this medication to neutralize other opiates and prevent their abuse, while someone is being treated with it, thus if you had... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Jan 07 '14, 10:05 PM   8  Subscribe to thread 227150
in need of pain doc st louis mo area who will keep me on my oxicotin
My general practitioner has been prescribing Me my oxicotin and my oxi codone for 4 yrs.she suddenly tells me I have to find pain management doc..will they give me my same meds..I'm really scared. If anyone knows of a good doc that could help me Plz let me know ## Unfortunately, there is no way to know whether or not they will prescribe the same medications, or any medication. However yes, due to the new regulations that were put in place, you will have to see a pain management specialist, now. Have you tried asking your GP for a referral? 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. Can anyone suggest a good doctor in that area? ...
Updated 2 days ago in Pain Relief.
Thu, Oct 23 '14, 3:58 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 275134
oxymorphone 20 mg
I live in Oak Ridge TN have a legit prescription for 60 oxymorphone ER 20 mg. Doctor is within 20 miles of my residence. Does anyone know where I might be able to fill them? ## Unfortunately, there is no directory of pharmacies that have any given medication in stock that I can refer to for you. The only thing you can really do is physically go to them, with the prescription in hand, to see if anyone has it in stock. If you call them, they won't give you an honest answer, because they have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is an actual customer with a need, or a potential thief. 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 ca... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Oxymorphone.
Sat, Apr 12 '14, 4:08 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 262384
percocet 325 mg/10 mg help!
My perscription called for 10/325 and I have for the pass 15 years been taking Watson 932. Now I have a yellow tablet by Alvogen, Inc. with a strength 325/10. Is there a difference? It doesn"t have apap in the decription. Please help me. ASAP - I feel something is wrong. ## Hi, Babydoll! Sorry about the confusion. No, there is no difference in the medication, Alvogen is just another manufacturer of generic medications. However, the 325 that's listed still means 325mgs of Acetaminophen and the 10mgs is the amount of Oxycodone that's in it. Learn more Percocet details here. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Fri, Aug 09 '13, 8:48 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 250462
WHAT DOES A 60 MILLIGRAM MORPHINE TABLET LOOK LIKE
ORANGE WITH ABC 60 AND ROUND ## what is fibermyaligia? Why does it cause so much pain? What type of meds. should i be on? ## Depends on the maker. One is as the posted states, another from Purdue Pharma is also orange with one side having an M and 60 underneath it and other side a PF, this is a tablet form. King Pharmaceuticals has it in capsule form and it is green and white under the name Avinza. The green part has Avinza and the white has 60 mg. ## ABG 60 contains 60mgs of Morphine ER, a generic for MS Contin, this is a 12 hour time released formulation. Morphine is a narcotic analgesic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## Raymond, Fibromyalgia is used to describe an unexplained ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Aug 10 '09, 12:30 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 188976
dilaudid pain pump
I would like to talk to anyone who has a pain pump with Dilaudid. My mother has a pain pump and I am worried she will be on it for the rest of her life. She has had the pump for many years and I feel it has affected her greatly. She had to have all her teeth pulled because they were rotting and she also has a problem with her tongue burning and red all the time. I am worried she will never get off the pain pump because she is addicted... she also falls asleep all the time even while you are talking to her. Thanks for any advice. Teresa. ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, this is a narcotic analgesic. There is a different between addiction and dependence. Dependence, which is more than likely what is happening to your mother, occurs when you are just using somethin... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Jun 13 '14, 9:08 AM   25  Subscribe to thread 195393
Find An Indiana Doctor who prescribes Opana 20, 30, or 40mg ER medication
....my doctor decided he was cutting al hiss patients off of it an switched us to lousy oxy(op) 20mg...which i was currently getting 20 mg opana er 2 a day which did the trick since I work in the union and carry 100 plus pounds of tools a day and i cant hardly bend over cuz of my lower back pain. The new oxys dont cut it, and I need a doctor in Indiana that will prescribe opanas sttill please help! ## Listed below are a couple websites specific to locating pain management doctors in a given area. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other site a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: wellness.com/find/pain%20management%20specialist Most of the results you ... ...
Updated 22 days ago in Opana.
Fri, Oct 03 '14, 6:44 AM   8  Subscribe to thread 227552
Is it best to ween off fentanyl 3 to 5 percent every 2 weeks
I want to get off of MALLINCKRODT Fentanyl 50 mcg patches but the last time I tried to go down to 25mmg I went threw serious withdraws . That's why I was wondering if just going down 3-5 percent might be less withdrawals. Could anyone give me some insight? ## Hello, Richard! How are you? You can't cut the patches to lower your dosage, because they are time released and that could cause you to get too much of the medication at once. Have you tried stretching out how often you change them? That may be an idea, if your doctor approves. This is a very potent narcotic, so I think some withdrawals may be inevitable. ...
Updated 3 months ago in Fentanyl.
Tue, Jun 24 '14, 2:55 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 266886
suboxone/hydrocodone equivocal
Hi,Ive recently began suboxone treatment @ (8mg/2mg) twice daily,today is my 3rd day. My question is straightforward,how many mgs of suboxone is "considered" closely equal to only 80 mg of hydrocodone? Am simply trying very hard to get my dose correct,seems doctor overmedicated me during induction. I would greatly appreciate any feedback,thanks & best wishes to everyone. ## Hello, Staci! How are you? There really is no direct conversion, but the rough one that's usually used is 1.2mgs of the Buprenorphine to each 30mgs of Hydrocodone, but the person's overall tolerance to narcotics must be factored in, along with the fact that the Suboxone is dosed once a day, where the other was taken several times a day. So, that's probably why you were given the 8/2 dosage. Ha... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Mar 29 '14, 1:24 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 261426
will subutex block oxymorphone
I take subutex for opiate addiction but I'm still in chronic pain. Will oxymorphone be blocked by buprenorphine in subutex like it blocks other full opiate agonists? ## Hello, Robin! How are you? No, it isn't the Buprenorphine that blocks anything. I believe you're actually thinking of Suboxone, which contains Buprenorphine and Naloxone, it is the Naloxone that blocks other opiates, not the Buprenorphine. Subutex doesn't contain the Naloxone, so it doesn't block them. Learn more Subutex details here.* Learn more Oxymorphone details here.* Oxymorphone is also a very potent narcotic, so you shouldn't take it, without your doctor's approval and supervision. If you're being treated for addiction, it may also be against the rules of your treatment contract. Is... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Wed, Oct 16 '13, 7:03 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 253954
family doctor who will prescribe pain medication in south Jersey
I live in southern New Jersey. I am currently prescribed roxicoden 30 mg, every 4 hrs. My family doctor has been prescribing them for me for the last 4 years. Due to new laws, she can no longer prescribe them. I'm having a hard time finding someone who will take my insurance. I have NJFamily Care. ## Hello, Jammie! How are you? I'm sorry, but due to the new regulations, no PCP will be able to prescribe that for you. You'll need to see a pain management specialist. Is there a chance your current doctor may be able to refer you to someone? 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. Can anyone suggest a good doctor in that area? ## Jamee did you ever fin... ...
Updated 10 hours ago in Pain Relief.
Sat, Oct 25 '14, 1:46 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 272626
i need a privat dr. that precribes methadone
I am on meth. now and have been on it since 1996 my dr. movedhis clinic 45 min away from me and I need a dr. who will prescribe me meth. I cannot stand the drive and I am worried because I don't have a car. my mom takes me down but what if something happens to her God forbid!!!! I am 52 yrs.old now, so I am very worried if I cant get down there. I live in Bergen county nj in Fairview. ## Hello, Lorraine! How are you? A clinic is your only option, if it's for drug addiction/maintenance, under current law, private doctors are not allowed to prescribe it for that. 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. I'm sorry, I wish I had better news for you, but... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Methadone.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 5:10 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 271337
Looking For Dr In Northwest Indiana Who Prescribes Methadone
i am looking for a doctor who prescribes methadone because it is too hard to go to the clinic everyday without a car. i am looking around porter or lake county. ## I am looking for Dr.in nwIndiana also for same reasons clinic is to inconvenient ## It sounds like a pain management doctor would be your best bet for prescribing Methadone. I may not have a doctor I can refer you to, but I can provide you with a couple links that may be of service to you in locating pain management doctors within your general area. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: wellness.com/find/pain%20management%20specialist Many of th... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Methadone.
Thu, Mar 20 '14, 7:07 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 233413
need help is it ok to take vistaril busbars and suboxone
My mental health nurse practitioner prescribed me 30mg twice a day of buspars,vistaril 25mg 3 times a day and I go to a suboxone clinic 2 strips a day I need to know if it's deadly or not the nurse knows I take the suboxone I'm just worried ?!?!? ## Hello, Kyman! How are you? The only possible interaction that I've found is due to the fact that both the Vistaril and the Suboxone can increase sedation, so you do need to be aware of that and keep an eye out for any danger signs, such as extreme sedation, severe dizziness and shallow breathing. Suboxone 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 1 month ago in Vistaril.
Mon, Aug 25 '14, 11:33 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 271087

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