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30 Mg Oxycodone just got script today and have questions
I just got put on the oxycodone 30mg and at my next visit I am then getting put on oxycontin. But we r trying to figure out which strength would b appropriate. If I take one 30mg oxycodone every 4 hours what do u think would b the appropriate strength for the oxycontin? ## Based on a number of user reviews I've come across, people have been saying that the primary difference between Oxycodone and Oxycontin is that oxycontin is a time-released version of oxycodone; possibly making it better for patients who need long term pain management (versus acute short-term pain). These users also state that the dosage strength is pretty equal between the two, although I'm sure this varies for each individual. An opinion from another patient suggests that the time-released oxycontin may not ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Dec 02 '12, 1:23 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 226434
can someone help? Please ???
I see a dr. For chronic pain, she writes me oxycontin 80 mg. 2x a day and just increased oxycodone to 30mg and she is just a reg. Md., I believe shw is going to send me ti a pain clinic cause my meds Aren't working as they did 6 yrs. Ago. I have been ti them 3 xs Before with no help. I live outside if cola.sc any suggestions. .please?,, ## Hello, Just Tina! How are you? Due to the new regulations that were put in place last year, a pain specialist is going to be your only option, if you require such medications on a long-term, ongoing basis. Has she offered to refer to a clinic? If so, that would actually be the quick and easy way to get the help you need. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness,... ...
Updated 1 month ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Feb 24 '14, 8:28 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 260764
How To USE IV New Op Oxycontin
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO BREAK DOWN THE NEW OXYCONTIN "O P'' FOR I.V USE? PLEASE ONLY TRIED AND TRUE EXPERIENCED USERS RESPOND. NO B/S FROM THOSE WHO '''heard''' FROM A FRIENDS UNCLES MAMA ABOUT HOW ITS DONE. BECAUSE I'VE WASTED 24 80 MG TABLETS ALREADY BY BELIEVING IN SO MANY SELF- PROCLAIMED- EXPERT- OP CHEFS. YES; I AM A TERMINALLY ILL (BREAST CANCER) JUNKY. WITH LESS THAN 6 MONTHS LEFT, MY LIFE CONSIST OF NON-STOP AGONY.YOU CAN JUDGE MY DESPERATION JUST MAKE SURE THAT YOU FIRST KNOW HOW I SUFFER PHYSICALLY & MENTALLY 24/7. MENTALLY I AM BROKEN BY THE THOUGHT OF (AT AGE 35) UNFAIRLY BEING CHEATED OUT OF 1 BOOB, 4 YRS OF EDUCATION, A DEGREE, A CHANCE TO WORK 30 YRS (HAVE TAUGHT 3RD GRADE FOR 6 YRS) WITH MY 2ND LOVE; CHILDREN. & MOST IMPOR... ...
Updated 10 months ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Jun 05 '13, 1:15 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 219516
how to inject 30 mg op oxycontin
I've been injecting oxycontin oc with different mgs. and now I just recieved these new oxycontins that are 30 mgs. op and I cant get them to break down so that I can inject them I'm really going through some terrible withdraws. can some one please give me some advice so that I can? Thank you ## I think I heard that the makers of Oxycontin (Purdue/Pharma) just changed their Oxycontin tablets with some sort of a plastic covering. I read about it about six months ago, saying that they will be moving to this new formula. It is supposed to curb abuse of the medication. Obviously it is working! Sorry dude. ## It is not a plastic, since that could not be broken down by the human body. However, yes they cannot be broken down to be abused, like the previous Oxycontin could be. Crushing, ... ...
Updated 8 days ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Apr 16 '14, 5:59 PM   183  Subscribe to thread 208410


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