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pain medications that start with the letter o
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pain medications that start with the letter o ## There are quite a few in various categories of pain medications, so I couldn't possibly list them all. For instance, just two narcotics would be Oxycodone and Oxymorphone. What type of specific information are you looking for? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Oct 24 '09, 8:33 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 4 years ago in Morphine.
Sun, May 23 '10, 1:46 PM
Opana Er E 5
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Is it okay to take one half and never do it again.. i am pregnant so it shouldn't give the baby withdrawls right? ## especially the only time i will do it during pregnancy ## Has your doctor advised you to take it? Opana is a narcotic, it contains Oxymorphone and when it comes to anything, such as narcotics and alcohol, it has already been proven that even very little amounts can cause an infant to be born addicted, or cause other complications during pregnancy. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Fri, May 11 '12, 10:20 AM
orange octagon pill says ten on one side an blank score on other
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the pill has 8 side an its orange with a 10 on one side an blank on the other found my little brother with it an was wondering what it is ## The pill in description is Opana ER (10 mg); a generic for Oxymorphone. 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. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Fri, May 21 '10, 5:01 PM
Opana - Is it really Non-Addictive?
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If Opana was designed to be non-addictive, how did my granddaughter become addicted to it; or did she? She is now in jail and says this is the drug she has been taking and paying $40.00 a pill for. ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and I'm not aware of anything stating it was designed to be non-addictive, the possibility of being habit forming and abused is actually prominently warned about it the drug information monographs about it. It is an opiate narcotic, therefore, it carries the same addictive risk as all the others do, such as Oxycodone and Morphine. More details: Are there any other questions? ## OPANA IS ADDICTIVE IT IS HYDROMORPHONE. IT HAS THE SAME THING IN IT AS DILAUDID IT'S NOT EXCATLY THE SAME BUT CLOSE THEY BOTH HAVE HYDROMORPHONE IN THEM CALL ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Sat, Jan 04 '14, 11:06 PM
painpills to replace oxycotin
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I've been on oxycotin for 13 years its been working great till sept. when they changed it ,now it don't do very good job ,need something to replace it,i was told opana works as good as oxycotin?? ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, it is a very potent narcotic and has been very successful at helping some people with chronic pain. It can cause side effects similar to the Oxycontin, which may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more: You can learn more about the opiate class of medications and what other options are available here: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Sun, Jan 30 '11, 7:57 PM
oxycotton verses opana how to kick the habit all together
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A friend said they want to get cured of oxy cotton They are taking 2 to 4 pills a day of 40 milligram opana my question is what should they be taking if they want to kick the habit ## Well, Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, which is also a very potent narcotic, so by using it, they are really just switching one for the other. Depending on the severity of their addiction, they should probably consult a doctor and they may want to look into treatment with Suboxone, it contains the narcotic Buprenorphine, coupled with Naloxone to prevent the use of other narcotics, while under treatment with it. You can learn more here: Does anyone else have any advice to add? ## Subbies and methadone don't help addicts at all. Trust me. They combine it with other drugs to get higher. I... ...
Updated 5 days ago in Opana.
Mon, Feb 23 '15, 10:07 AM
opana
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i wanted to know when this will be available to the public? ## It was approved to treat moderate to severe pain by the FDA on or before June 23rd of this year. So it is simply at matter now of getting docs to prescribe it, and pharmacies to get it stocked on their shelves. It contains Oxymorphone Hydrochloride and there will be two forms available, an Extended Release for long-term pain control, and an instant release version. Here's the article announcing its approval from WebMd: FDA OKs the Pain Drug Opana This is an opiod drug, so it will be strictly controlled and regulated just like other narcotics, no refills, and you will have to see your doctor every month to get a new scrip to use it. And here is the drug website with prescribing information: Opana.com ...
Updated 8 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Aug 04 '06, 12:01 PM
MScontin vs. Opana which is best?
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I need to switch to one of these meds, Opana isn't covered on my insurance, the MS is, are they the same or is one better than the other? ## No, they do not contain the same medication, MS Contin contains the active ingredient Morphine and Opana contains Oxymorphone. The Opana is a much stronger medication, for instance, just 6.67mgs of it is equal to a 40mg dosage of the Ms Contin, so you have to take much less of it. However, since there is no generic, it is also much more expensive and since you can get a dosage in the Morphine that may help, you may find it makes more sense to go with the one that your insurance will cover, even though the dosage will have to be higher. Are there any questions or comments? ## I have been taking MS Contin 30 mg 3 time daily and have been cut to 3... ...
Updated 8 months ago in MS Contin.
Sun, Jun 15 '14, 9:45 AM
opana er 20mg and opana10mg working together
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Can anyone tell me if they have had both at the same every day?Opana er 20mg and opana10mg working together? DOES anyone out there take this meds and how it makes you feel or what should I look for ? HELP PLZ !! ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, a potent narcotic pain reliever. I have never used this one, but have used several narcotics when I was on pain management, so I can provide you with some information. If you are dealing with severe or chronic pain, narcotics are often prescribed this was to try to help you get better pain control. The ER is a time release formulation that is meant to help give you hours of pain relief, by being slowly released in the body. The one without the ER is a regular release, meant to start working within 15 to 20 minutes, after you t... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Oct 25 '10, 12:25 PM
round pill 269 on oneside and halfmoon otherside
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Round pill 269 on one side and half moon on otherside ## Hello, Neicy! How are you? Are the numbers on it possibly 263? Can you please double check and let me know? If so, it is manufactured by Actavis Elizabeth and they list it as containing 30ms of Oxymorphone in an extended release formulation. The FDA lists this medication as being 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. ...
Updated 9 days ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Feb 19 '15, 2:13 PM
internet prescriptions!!!
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i have been on pain meds(80mg oxycodone) 1 every 8hrs. as long as i can remember. my family and i just moved to an island whos medical staff does not except chronic pain cases. how do i go about maintaining my need for this medication?is it plausable to get a sript. via internet? ## I need oxymorphone for migraines. ...
Updated 8 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Jun 01 '14, 9:27 PM
questions about Opana 40 Mg
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if i was taking approx 80mgs of norco (10/325) 3x a day what would the equal dose of 40mg opana er be? ## this is only posted because my doc has takenen me off the norcos and i dont want to feel the effects of withdrawl...i would rather wean myself but need to know where to start!! ## The Oxymorphone in the Opana is much stronger than the Hydrocodone in the Norco, so it would only take 26.67mgs of it a day to equal the 80mgs of Hydrocodone in the Norco that you were taking. Learn more Norco details here. Learn more Opana details here. Why did your doctor take you off of it? How long were you taking it? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Tue, Sep 18 '12, 11:31 AM
Yellow octagon pill with 40 on one side
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It is opana 40 mg, its very strong its probably equivalent to 2 oxy 80's. So if you get ahold of one of these DO NOT ABUSE THEM and do not do more than half at once unless you tolerence is extemely high. ## That is correct, it is a 40mg Opana tablet, which contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, a very potent narcotic analgesic. Abusing them is dangerous is many ways, it can cause overdose and possibly be fatal. Read more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## I have a yellow octagon shaped pill with 40 on one side and have been told that it is morphine. Is it? ## I Thought I was at the "Dilaudid Vs. Oxycodone?" Forum ....I guess not. I will have to keep looking via the net. I wanted to know which one is better for killing sever pain: Dilaudid or Oxcodone. ## Its... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Wed, May 16 '12, 7:09 AM
tablet ID
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I am trying to identify 2 pills, they are white, octagonal. one has E693 in black letters and the number 40 below it and the opposite side is blank. The other one has the number embossed on one side and the other side is blank. Can anyone identify these for me? ## E 693 is a 40mg Opana tablet, containing the active ingredient Oxymorphone, this is a very potent narcotic pain medication. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. Read more: Are you saying they both have the same marking, just slightly different? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Jul 26 '10, 3:27 PM
Red Pill With E 30
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I am trying to find out what this is. I foind it in my medicine cabinet mixed with another medication. It is a round dark red pill will E on one side and 30 on the other side. Please let me know if anyone can help me with this. Thanx ## There is a 30mg Opana ER tablet that meets this description, it contains the narcotic Oxymorphone. Side effects may include nausea, headache, dizziness and constipation. Learn more: Have you ever had a prescription for this? ## its a strong medication called opana.. Its as strong if not stronger then a oxycontin 40mg.. be careful it is dangerous if not used right ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Thu, Apr 26 '12, 2:48 PM
I Am Curious If Anybody Has Been On The Generic Opana Long Enough To Give It A Review Either Positive Or Negative Currently 60mg Of Opanaer Tw
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Has anyone been on the generic OpanaER that is being made by Global/Impax Pharmaceuticals long enough to give an honest opinion as to how much more effective they are then Opana? My pharmacist just ordered the oxymorphoneER's for me today. I haven't gotten any relief from Opana. I take 60mg of the ER's twice a day with 3, 10mg. oxymorphone pills for breakthrough pain. I'm getting more relief from the 10mg generics then I am with the 60mgER's. Will I be able to just take the 40mgER's without the added 20mgER's? Any and all information would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you in advance!! ## Hi Bleegs, Based on my research, The Opana ER is an extended release; which means that the medication is being distributed in the body for up to 24 hrs. That is supposed to... ...
Updated 22 hours ago in Opana.
Fri, Feb 27 '15, 8:55 PM
morphine sulphate alterbnative
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i am on morphine sulphate and oxycodone the oxy helps the morphine doesnt is there an alternative to morpine ## There are many other narcotic pain medications on the market. The one most commonly used to replace Morphine, since it is more powerful and requires a much lower dosage is Opana, which contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone. You would have to consult your doctor, though, on what is safe to use with the Oxycodone. Have you consulted your doctor? You can learn more on the medication here: It is also available in a time released version, called Opana ER. ## an there be a reaction if I take 30 mg morphine sulfate and have a few drinks ...
Updated 7 months ago in Morphine.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 4:22 PM
oxiopana
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My friend told me to take this drug to get off of morphene. Do you think this makes sense or is this drug just as bad . Thanks for the help . ## There actually is no medication under that name, that is actually a misunderstood combination of 2 different medications. Oxi is often used to refer to the narcotic Oxycodone and Opana contains the narcotic Oxymorphone, both of which are very potent and can be habit forming and addictive in their own right. The medications that are most commonly used to treat addiction problems are Methadone and Suboxone, but both of them require a doctor's supervision and prescriptions. Have you consulted a doctor for assistance? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Aug 06 '11, 9:40 AM
Taper Down From 50mcg Fentanyl Patch To 25mcg Withdrawal Help
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So, I'm in a big big dilemma. For my own security and well being, I MUST come off my Fentanyl transdermal patch. I've Been using 50mcg/72 hours for about 6 mths straight. I have 3 of the 50mcg patches left and 4 of the 25mcg to help me taper off. I will no longer be using them anymore, just Norcos or oxymorphone IR. I'm absolutely terrified of withdrawals. My doc who put me on them has No idea what it's like to come off like this. Can someone please tell me if and how bad the withdrawals from going down that much will affect me? I can not take any benzos (Ativan, xanax, etc) I have come off the oxymorph about 75% in the last 2 mths. I'm literally freaking out. Again, I'm terrified but HAVE to do this for at least another 7 months. Any help would be appreciated. O... ...
Updated 15 days ago in Fentanyl.
Fri, Feb 13 '15, 10:44 AM


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