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please help I am prescribed roxi's and I am pregnant.. ## This is an issue that you must discuss with your doctor, preferrable you OB-GYN. They will best be able to assess the risks and benefits and decide whether or not you should continue taking them or if you need to stop their use. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sun, Feb 03 '08, 9:12 PM
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Updated 9 years ago.
Tue, Dec 11 '07, 2:10 AM
roxicotin 30
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blue pill ## 15 mg. roxicotin?? green or blue?? found in sons room!! ## I am a fully recovered addict using oxycotin and other pain medication. The green is usually a roxicotin 15 and the blue one commonly refered as blues are 30 mg's. Most 30's also have a imprint of r215 on one side. ## The colors actually don't mean anything, since these tablets are now available for generic manufacture, the only way to tell what it in them and what the dosage is would be from the imprint on the tablet. If you post back with this information, I will gladly look it up for you. I would also like to state that there is NO medication called Roxicontin, it is either Roxicodone, which is a regular release formulation or Oxycontin, which is the time released formulation, they both contain the ac... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sat, Jul 28 '12, 3:16 AM
pregnant and taking roxicotin
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someone help! I am prescribed roxicotins and just found out I am pregnant. What should I do? ## roxy and pregnant. I was perscribed percocet wheni found out i was. My dr. sent me to vanderbuilt to high risk ob-gyn to monitor my meds & preg.dr. said it would be worse risk to come off the meds of yrs. than to take them. roxy & percs are same except percs have tylenol. ## give them to me haha jk i dont think you should take them while your prego i think it would make the baby come out addicted to them.Jusy my opinion. ## you shouldnt take pills while you are pregnant, it leads to birth defects in your baby and your baby will be born addicted to the same type drug you are taking, also if the hospitol doesnt know you are taking them and your baby is having withdrawls then your baby c... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sat, Jul 28 '12, 3:14 AM
oxycodone 80 mg
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First of all, its OxycoNtin and RoxiCodone..Not oxycotin and roxicotin.. ## I have tablets yellowish-orange with a paper that says they are OXY codone B.No: OX 1082 manufactured by: Codimalindon Pharma anyone ever heard of they ## i have no health insurance. i do have health issues that require pain mgt. i have permanent nerve damage in my left hand (result of an injury) i suffer bad chronic pain in my left hand. i also have 3 herniated discs, a pinched nerve and chronic pain in my back. my right hip, right leg, knee and foot also cause me severe pain in those areas. a dr told me it was siatica. but the same pain thats in my right hip has spread to my left hip. just as the pain in my right leg, knee, foot, has begun hurting on my left leg, knee, and foot. painful.. numbness (oxymoron i ... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, May 21 '10, 10:35 AM
picture of oxycodone 30mg marking 224
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Blue pill Oxycodone 30mg marking on one side 224 on other side a line ## I cannot post a picture due to copyright reasons, however, I can confirm for you that this does contain 30mgs of Oxycodone, a generic for Roxcicodone, this is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## hi ## dfgh ## I was told these were roxycotin 40's and were stronger than oxycotin 30's ## i regret to inform you that everything you heard was incorrect. you little blue pill is a 30 mg oxycodone. , another thing is that there is no such thing as " roxicotin " one more thing wrong is that even if he was referring to roxicodone the highest strength they make is 3... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Sep 14 '13, 11:16 AM
quick questions about roxicodone
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Is Roxicodone the same thing as Roxicoton? Also, is Roxicoton a pain reliever or a muscle relaxer? Lastly, is Roxicoton a time-released pill? Please help! Thank you. ## I haven't heard about Roxicoton, but I am not sure if it is mistaken for OxyContin ? Roxicodone is the same as OxyContin - both have the active ingredient Oxycodone. This family of drugs is narcotic pain relievers. They work with the opioid receptors in the body to shut off pain, and can be highly addictive. Oxycodone comes in various forms, both normal and time-released. ## I heard that the prefix roxi- means quick realeased and the suffix -contin means extended-release so therefore there is no such thing as roxicotin. I think that oxycontin is more addictive and stronger than roxicodone but roxi's are also very... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sun, Dec 14 '08, 1:16 PM
can a etg lab test tell if a subject has taken a oxycontin or a roxicotin
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I have a prescription for oxycontin and I do treatment for an eye disease I have. When I went to treatment they gave me a roxi as a substitute because they didn't have and I didn't have any oxycontin on me. I would like to know if the etg lab drug test be able to tell the difference between these two brands since they test for metabolites and are very advanced. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxytocin.
Thu, Dec 11 '14, 12:11 PM

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