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Taper Down From 50mcg Fentanyl Patch To 25mcg Withdrawal Help
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 9 days ago in Fentanyl.
Mon, Jul 21 '14, 7:57 AM   39  Subscribe to thread 228055
White Round 54 956
how are these compared to a percocet? ## Everyone's response to this question may be very different since reactions and tolerance are so diverse. However, after browsing over several reviews comparing the two drugs, it seems as though Percocet is more often regarded as the preferred choice. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone (Percocet) Details Opana (Oxymorphone) Details Have you had a chance to try either one of them yet? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Tue, Nov 27 '12, 7:08 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 238731
On 50mcg Fentanyl Patch And 5mg Oxy Ir
Have had multiple fusions on lumber in back patches dont seem to help to much and they have me taking 12 5mg oxy irs a day just wondering what would be a good substitute my in insurance wont cover oxy ers.Wondering if opanas would be a good substitute? ## Both Oxycodone and Opana are very powerful narcotic pain medications. However, Opana (Oxymorphone) is said to be approximately 2x stronger than Oxycodone. In that regard, it may be a more desirable option for short-term pain relief. For longer relief, you can always check and see if Opana ER is covered under your insurance as well... Keep in mind though that all opioids have different effects, where as there is no such thing as "equivalent" dosages. An "equivalent" dosage for one person could cause another to OD. With t... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fentanyl.
Sun, Feb 17 '13, 2:33 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 242536
Levorphanol Availabilty
I have a terminal condition, so what do I have to lose by identifying myself? Nonetheless, please respect my privacy. It appears that Roxane manufactures/did manufacture Levorphanol under the trade name Levo-Dromoran and may be available outside the USA. The biochemical characteristics of this drug indicate that it might be a favorable replacement for the Oxymorphone that I take now. Apparently it can be compounded by a specialty pharmacy, but could a prescription be filled under the present circumstances for a manufactured form? ## I did, in fact, receive an e-mail from a representative at Boehringer Ingelheim USA indicating that Levorphanol tartrate is currently manufactured in a generic version by Roxane Laboratories. I assume it is available in 2 and 4mg tablets. Now I simply need t... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Levo-Dromoran.
Mon, Jan 30 '12, 1:28 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 226252
Pink pill on with 93 on one side and 02 on the other
Pink pill one side 93 and 02 on the other.They are Opana 10mg instant release! I get them EVERY month! ## That is correct, though these are the generic for Opana and aren't instant release tablets, they are actually regular release. Once you swallow them, they'll take about 15 to 20 minutes to start working. Learn more Oxymorphone details here. Instant release formulations usually require a capsule, otherwise it takes awhile for you to start digesting something, so it can start to enter your blood stream and have its intended effect. Are there any questions or concerns? ...
Updated 11 months ago in Opana.
Mon, Aug 05 '13, 1:37 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 250153
Oxycodone and morphine in one pill?
I came across a pill that was supposed to have 15mg oxycodone and 15mg morphine in same pill. It is round white with 262 on one side, and what looks like a crescent moon design or whatever on the other side. What is it, and is the above pill even manufactured? ## There is no such combination pill in the U.S. What your tablet contains is 15mgs of Oxymorphone, it is not a combination of both, but it is a narcotic analgesic. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Oct 06 '11, 10:13 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 223234
3 formulas - old formula, new formula & new new formula
Can anyone tell me if they know if there is any difference in effect between the new formula (round) and the new new formula round and concave? I have the new formula and it is really making me feel disoriented, totally different from the old formula; however, does not work as well for pain. ## The active ingredient itself has not been changed, it is still Oxymorphone, but the tablets were reformulated to help prevent their abuse and, unfortunately, this has caused problems for many people. If you browse this site you'll see there are many complaints that this change has caused people to suffer odd side effects and/or for it to not work as well as it used to. The same thing happened when Oxycontin was reformulated awhile ago. Learn more about Opana Details The best suggestion I can ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Tue, Jun 12 '12, 9:38 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 231763
Op Vs Oc
Opana is terrible both IR and ER, same with Exalgo and even the 8 mg Dilaudid stinks soo folks those of us that truly need pain relief are now screwed. ## I am very sorry to read that you are having a problem. The Exalgo and the Dialudid both contain the same active ingredient, the narcotic Hydromorphine, so if one didn't work for you, then it makes sense that the other wouldn't, either. Opana contains Oxymorphone and from the title of your post, are you saying that the new Oxycontin doesn't work, either? If that is the case, what other options have you discussed with your doctor? On possibility is Morphine, it is available in 3 formulation, instant release, time release and regular release: There is also a time released patch on the market that contains the active ingredien... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Wed, Nov 09 '11, 4:56 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 213457
Opana 10 Vs Percocet
opana 10 vs percocet 10 for chronic pain in legs from neuropathy + severe muscle atrophy! I have a bullet in my back which can not be removed. some one told me about opana as he suffers with the same injury! Was wondering if the opana works better on this type of nerve pain better than the percocet? ## Hi Delain - sorry to hear about your chronic pain. Technically speaking the Opana (active ingredient Oxymorphone) is a significantly stronger pain killer than Percocet if you are taking the same dosage. However, depending on how your body metabolizes it and exactly how you are taking the medication could influence the result. If you have already started the Opana may I ask how you are finding it compared to the Percocet? Hopefully you are finding the relief you need! ## I havent switched ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Apr 09 '12, 1:22 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 229349
cor 226 blue pill
how does vicuprofin 7.5/200 compare in strength and affect to ocycodone ir 30 mg? ## The Oxycodone is actually the strongest of the narcotics used to treat pain. So, this is stronger than the Vicoprofen was and does not contain the Ibuprofen. The IR stands for immediate release, whereas the Vicoprofen was a regular release tablet. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. ## Correction oxymorphone is the strongest narco ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Sep 15 '11, 5:54 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 208395
Plastic Pills Suck!
I have a prescription for 20mg Opana ERs, and strongly desire to get the newer "generic" version. The "G 73" tablets work better for me, and are more inexpensive. My doctor has checked the product selection permitted box at the bottom of the actual prescription, which I thought meant that a generic version is allowed, but am still having problems. I have a friend that told me that the prescription must read "oxymorphone", and not "opana" in order to get the generic version. Is this true?!? ## Come to think of it, depending on the wording, I think by having your doctor checking that box, it's actually telling them not to give you a generic. I'd suggest asking at your pharmacy, because I know in the state I live in, there are a couple of different w... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Mon, May 27 '13, 3:37 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 247327
How do I get generic?!?
I have a prescription for 20mg Opana ERs, and strongly desire to get the newer "generic" version. The "G 73" tablets work better for me, and are more inexpensive. My doctor has checked the product selection permitted box at the bottom of the actual prescription, which I thought meant that a generic version is allowed, but am still having problems. I have a friend that told me that the prescription must read "oxymorphone", and not "opana" in order to get the generic version. Is this true?!? ## No, it doesn't have to be written for the generic/active ingredient to get the generic. However, it depends on whether or not your pharmacy carries it. Have you asked the pharmacist? Did they tell you that they can't give you a generic? Learn more Opana detai... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Mon, May 27 '13, 11:10 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 247326
Oxycontin30mg / opana 30mg
is the opana and oxycotin got the same ingredients in it and if not what pill has the same ingredients as a opana 30mg. I lost my medical Insurance and i cant afford the opana 30mg but they help me very well i was wondering if there was anything out there with the same ingredients but cheaper. ## Hi Susan, Based on my research, these two medications don't contain the same ingredients. Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, Oxycontin contains Oxycodone hydrochloride. From what I've read, some have had more success with Opana for pain and some have had more success with Oxycontin. They are both meant to help with pain, but I do believe that Opana is stronger. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Opana Details You can learn more about this drug on the page ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Thu, Feb 28 '13, 3:24 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 243492
very small orange pill with 5 on one side and blank on the other
ive looked on the internet for hours tryin to find out what kind of pills these are, and people keep guessing! if you dont know! dont guess! its a very small orange pill smaller than a dilaudid 4 mg, with 5 on one side and absolutley blank on the other! i popped a couple of them kinda felt like i popped a couple dilaudids im pretty sure there some kind of opioid, hydromorphone, hydrochloride, oxymorphone or hydrocodone. please help me find out what pills these are. thank you. ## View Images Bisacodyl Oral ## There are actually 2 that meet this description, which one it is depends on how the 5 is imprinted on the pill. There is a 5mg Bisacodyl tablet, but rather than being stamped into the tablet, the 5 is printed on it, in black. This is a laxative. The other one contains 10mgs of Cital... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Nov 10 '10, 1:31 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 210575
Opana Er During Pregnancy
Has anyone taking opana er during pregnancy..i have been on them and do not want to stop because i will withdraw..I just want to know if anyone has had a healthy pregnancy while taking them? ## Your baby if born,will be addicted. Your baby,if it lives will go through hell as they will have withdrawls. Get help for your addiction if you love your baby. Don't have have a drug baby,they are never normal. ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and its safety during pregnancy has not been established. Have you consulted your doctor? In most cases, when a woman is pregnant, the preferred medication to use for severe pain, or addiction, is Methadone, since it has been found to be safe. Learn more: ## Ok, first of all not everything that has been said by you guys is true. I... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Opana.
Sat, Jun 21 '14, 4:50 PM   22  Subscribe to thread 224136
compare price of 80mg opana to that of 80mg oxycontin
Iam presntly taking opana for post operation recovery an the prices are ridiculous an the effects of the med are totally different as far as painrelief ## this site does not sell any medications, so I cannot give you a price comparison. On top of this, it can vary from one pharmacy to another. You would need to call several in your area to check what their prices are on these medications. As to the difference, Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and not, it is really not as strong as the Oxycodone that is in Oxycontin. Have you consulted your doctor about changing medications? ## they are just a high in price $1900 for 120 of this s--t they are making me sick and don't work ...
Updated 3 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Oct 15 '10, 5:21 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 208580
opana 40mg vs oxycontin op 80mg
my Dr prescribed Opana 40mg as alternative to Oxy 80 mg 2 twice a day which I would insufflate - I didn't tell him this of course. he claimed them to be just as good if not stronger can any one share about opana 40mg ## Inhaling medications that are not intended for that method of usage is very dangerous. You run the risk of overdose and creating blockages in your lungs, which can lead to breathing problems, embolisms and stroke. Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, this is a potent narcotic pain reliever. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. THis dosage is about the same as what you were taking of the Oxycontin. Do you have any other questions? ## i was taking three oc 40's a day, when the new op 40's came out they seemed to... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Opana.
Tue, Jul 29 '14, 5:09 PM   344  Subscribe to thread 208221
what does 100 mg morphine pill look like
I have been reading all the input and I would just like to say that I am a 35 year opiate dependent person with back problems and GI problems for some of the people suffering people I would just like to say that there are alternatives and ways of the attaining pain medication first of all they don't have a regular oxycontin 100 milligram and for that matter its a 160 milligram and its green sold in Canada not the US for the people with a the lot of issues try using oxymorphone instead of hydromorphone it's much better its time release you and it is a mixure of oxy and dilaudid. Also, for Orlando persons roxies can be filled for approximately $350 to .$550 call around ask for hardship dicounts too etc. As for morphine its been used for ever and is relatively Cheap. Ask for ir if ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Morphine.
Mon, Dec 02 '13, 9:33 AM   0 
how many are fatal
Please help me. I am trying to read my daughter's anatomical pathology and blood toxicology report. She was 44 and had been struggling with a drug problem .On the report it states she was using multiple drugs. One drug she had been prescribed to and not found in her system was Adderall. She had ran out of that maybe a week before she passed. what the report says on blood toxicology positive finding were alprazolam 34 ng/ml in blood , (she was perscribed to rake 4 -1mg a day) oxycodone 17 ng/ml and also oxymorphone 14 ng/ml . The onlu thing found in her system prescribed by her Dr. was alprazolam . Could you tell me if this is accidental overdose and how many pills would this be? She also took ambein prescribed every night but nothing about this. She was about 4ft 3 and weighted 225 ... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Adderall.
Thu, Mar 27 '14, 8:53 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 261167
Are the 40 mg Opana ER's made to be abuse proof like the oxycontin 80mg ER's?
Are the opana 40 mg ER's made to be abuse proof like the oxycontin 80mg er's? what other long acting pain meds are on the market that would compare to the oxycontin 80 mg er's? ## No, Opana is not made with the same formulation that the Oxycontin is, that was something specifically developed by Purdue Pharma, because the abuse of the Oxycontin and diversion has become such a huge and widespread problem. Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, which is also a very potent narcotic and may cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Learn more: As to other time released options, there is also a time released formulation of Morphine, the name brand for it is MS Contin, though it is also available as a generic: There is also a patch that co... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Opana.
Fri, Feb 14 '14, 1:40 PM   7  Subscribe to thread 214227

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