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oxycontin
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purple pill with G163 ## WHAT MG IS IT ## 40mg ## This is a generic for Oxycontin, so it is the controlled release 40mgs. ## What does a 30 mg look like. Is there an M on one side? ## Yes on some its just the manufacture. Who made the pill. ## 'M' located on one side of the pill usually refers to the brand name 'MS CONTIN' which is the same as ER or CR Morphine Sulfate. Each releases the dosage strength of the medication slowly over 12 hours, thus the reason 2 are typically prescribed per day (12 hrs apart). Medications such as this, Oxycontin, Duragesic patch, oral Dilaudid, etc are usually prescribed for those who suffer from and who will cotinue to live with chronic pain- ...
Updated 5 months ago in OxyContin.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 8:57 AM
Roxicodone 224 30 Mg
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the old oxys were better when on the new ones it got worse why change it?on opana er 30's was onoxy 60s opana DOES NOTHING WHY? ## what does a roxi 224 look like ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and it is very effective for some people, but like any medication, it doesn't work for everyone. Have you tried talking to your doctor to see what else you can try? If the new Oxycontin formulation isn't working for you, perhaps you should try MS Contin? It is a form of time released Morphine. The 30mg Oxycodone pill with the marking 224 on it should be round and blue, with the 224 on one side. It is a generic for Roxicodone, which is a regular release formulation. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Are there ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sun, May 08 '11, 9:55 PM


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