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What Is Opana Encased In ?
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im just wondering what the comp of the orange shell of opana is ## Hi eric, What is the imprint on this specific Opana pill? I only ask because each manufacturer may have completely different inactive ingredients listed; which help determine what the pill is made up of. There are a few different orange Opana pills; one of them marked "E674 10" has the following list of inactive ingredients: hypromellose ferric oxide black methylparaben propylene glycol silicified microcrystalline cellulose sodium stearyl fumarate TIMERx-N titanium dioxide triacetin polysorbate 80 FD&C Yellow No. 6 As I stated above, this list may be different with another orange Opana pill from a different manufacturer; so please post back if you can provide more details on the description of your pill. I ho... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Dec 26 '11, 12:49 PM
opana
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What exactly is opana made of? ## Opana Article Summary Oxymorphone (opana, Numorphan, Numorphone) Or 14-hydroxydihydromorphinone Is A Powerful Semi-synthetic Opioid Analgesic First Developed In Germany Circa 1914, Patented In The Usa By Endo Pharmaceuticals In 1955 And Introduced To The United States Market In January 1959 And Other Countries Around The Same Time. It Is Approximately 68 Times More Potent Than Morphine, And Is Related To Morphine In The Same Fashion That Oxycodone Is To Codeine (being A Derivative Of Thebaine). It Differs From Morph ... ## I have been on ALL the Opioids there is for the last 1&1/2 years do to server back pain from shingle's and Osteoporosis bad I'm dissabled now all I do is sleep I'm on morphine sul er 60mgTBWats 2 a day now and they don... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Thu, Oct 24 '13, 10:12 AM
Opana
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Has anybody tried OPANA VS OC 80s. Any feedback would be helpful ## What dosage of the Opana? The Oxymorphone in it is actually twice as strong as the Oxycodone, so if you were taking 40mgs of it, then the equivalent dose of Oxycodone would be 80mgs. Both can be effective at controlling pain, it just requires a dosage adjustment. You should also know that there are no more Oxycontin OCs. Purdue has changed the formulation and they are now Oxycontin OP. Are there any questions or comments? Does anyone else have advice to add? ## i have and they work fair for pain but made me very tired. ## DO NOT GET THE NEW OPANA 40MG ER, THEY ARE JUCK A LORTAB 10/325 WORK BETTER BEFORE A OPANA WOULD BLOW OXYCONTIN THE NEW ONE (OP)AWAY BUT NOT NOW,MY DR PUT ME BACK ON THE NEW OPANA DO NOT WORK IN 2 WEEK... ...
Updated 2 years ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Jun 18 '12, 10:34 PM
opana
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It is alreaady made public to the public, but being a brand drug it is toooo xpensive.....should i buy food today or opana..oh, then there's the rent? Get oxymorphone instead. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Opana.
Thu, Dec 07 '06, 9:21 PM
opana op 60
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Opana op ## There is no Opana OP, the new product on the market is Oxycontin OP, it replaces the original product and has been specially made to help prevent abuse. Side effects remain the same: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Which medication where you looking for information on? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Thu, Sep 16 '10, 9:33 AM
does opana 30 mg exist - if so are they white and what are the engravings?
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Please help me, I am getting prescribed opana and i want to know if it exists in a 30mg form, and if so, what the inscription is supposed to be? ## @the queen, To answer your question, 30mg Opana "ER" tabs do in fact exist. However they are not white as you mentioned in your description. They are actually depicted as being red in color and also eight-sided. As far as the imprint is concerned, the one's I'm finding made by Endo Pharmaceuticals have the number 30 on one side and are blank on the other. Just out of curiosity, what is it about the one's being prescribed that makes you question their appearance? ...
Updated 1 day ago in Opana.
Thu, Dec 18 '14, 12:48 PM
Are the 40 mg Opana ER's made to be abuse proof like the oxycontin 80mg ER's?
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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 9 months ago in Opana.
Fri, Feb 14 '14, 1:40 PM
Is The New 40mg Opanas Out Yet
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are the crush proof 40mg opanas out yet ## are the crush proof 40mg opanas out yetorbne ## Yes, they do appear to have been recently made available in the new formulation. However, some pharmacies may still be experiencing a backlog, due to the fact that the supply was short for awhile and many people were waiting to get their prescriptions filled. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I noticed the label on my last refill for opana 40mg for the 1st time stated "the color & shape of this medication may be different from what you have been getting, but still works the same as your previous med." Upon checking, some pills were the same hexigonal shaped yellow pills i had been getting and the remaining pills were the same color but were round and were almost like rubber... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Wed, Jun 27 '12, 5:28 PM
Opana-shortage
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It is getting terrible about having your Opana and break thru meds filled. My pharmacy can't fill my because they can't order any more at this time because of the new rules. Last month I had to call and go to many places trying to get them filled but they didn't have any and the ones who could order it said it would take 5-7 days to receive them. I finally found one to fill them but FDA, DEA etc. are getting stupid about this. I was in a bad motorcycle accident and I can't help that I have the pain I have. You druggies have made it awful for people who really need help. I won't say what I am thinking. It wouldn't be nice. ## I am very sorry that you are suffering and are having so much trouble getting your prescriptions filled. However, the regulations aren't... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Opana.
Wed, Jan 01 '14, 8:01 AM
Opana With Saphris And Morphine
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IF A DOCTOR PRESCRIBES A PATIENT OPANA AND MORPHINE, FOR CHRONIC PAIN, AND PRESCRIBES THEM SAPHRIS FOR BIPOLOR DISORDER, IS IT OK TO MIX THESE TOGETHER? IS IT A GOOD COMBINATION OR BAD? I KNOW SOMETIMES DIFFERENT PEOPLE REACT DIFFERENTLY TO MEDICATION, BUT I JUST WANT TO KNOW IF ITS OK. ## The combination can have additive effects, which can increase the risk of psychomotor impairment and depression of the central nervous system, so your doctor does have to take the dosage under careful consideration. They should be monitoring you regularly for any problems and you should be made aware to watch for any problems, such as lowered heart rate and blood pressure, in case you need to seek medical attention. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Oct 07 '11, 10:59 AM
Generic Opana ER
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Wanted to share with everyone how happy I am to have finally received the new generic Opana ER 20mg tablets from my pharmacy. I had found Opana to be very effective for my chronic pain and was very sad when they switched it over to the new formula as it wasn't nearly effective as the original octagon shaped tablets and caused stomach aches. These new generic ones seem to me to be as effective as the original formula had been. The tablets I received show to be made by Global Pharmaceuticals and are a small, round, green tablet with G73 imprinted on them. I'm happy to report that these are just like the original formula. Now I no longer have stomach aches from taking those plastic pills that Endo is selling. I sure do hope that these remain as they are, but I have read a couple ar... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Opana.
Fri, Sep 26 '14, 10:35 AM
MSContin conversion to Opana
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Does anyone know the conversion dose when switching from MSContin 15mg to Opana. The MS no longer works to take the edge off the pain. I have had chronic pain after herniated cervical, lumbar disks, 4 surgeries, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and daytime sleepiness, and osteo-arthritis. I also took 10mg. of morphine IR for breakthrough pain.Now I will take Opana IR. ## Your doctor or pharmacist should handle the conversion of the dosing for you. Has your doctor prescribed it already or made any recommendations? ## You said you have fybromialgia may I ask how long you have had that, I take MS Contin, nerontin, and a few others, but I have never heard of opana. does it work, I have FM and have had it for 3 years. ## I was on Opana before MS Contin and is was not as effective, very hard to ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in MS Contin.
Sun, Nov 16 '14, 2:16 AM
Opana not working as well as OxyContin
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I just had to switch from 2 x 80mg OxyContin ERs a day, to 2 x 40mg Opana ERs with 3 x 15mg oxycodone for breakthrough pain. The Opana doesn't seem to be working as well. Does anybody know why that is? ## Why did you have to switch? It may just be that it's not the right medication for you, not every medication works for everyone that tries it. And if you just recently made this switch, it may be due to your body trying to adjust to the change. Learn more Opana details here. How long ago did you switch medications? ## I had to switch because my insurance will no longer cover the cost of Oxycontin. My pain was being managed very well with the Oxycontin 80mg. twice a day. The only other pain med besides morphine that they will cover now is Opana. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Mon, Jan 07 '13, 1:50 PM
ABUSE DETERRENT FEATURES IN OPANA ER 40
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i would like more information on the ADF TIMERX in the opana er 40 A.D.F. abuse deterrent features and the side effects of the gell and silicone.that are in this opana er 40. ## Hi Jeffrey, From what I could gather, this formulation of Opana ER 40mg made by Endo Pharma is said to use what's called Grünenthal Group’s INTAC Technology - "which reportedly preserves the extended release characteristics of the medication while at the same time, imparting crush-resistant properties." Ref: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3411218 However, upon approval, the FDA also verified that the addition of this INTAC Technology does not significantly impact the rate of absorption from the actual active ingredient. Though you can find more specific details pertaining to the abuse-de... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Opana.
Wed, Oct 29 '14, 3:44 PM
How are extended release tablets made
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How do Extended release tablets work? ## Can you take 15 mg opana with a needle? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Sat, Jul 07 '12, 4:55 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 1 month ago in Opana.
Thu, Nov 13 '14, 5:45 PM
oxycoton80mg
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of oxycoton generic and brand ## And what did you want to know? There are many available since the generics are on the market now and they all have different markings depending on which company made them. ## is there a mix of tylenol and oxycoton and if so, what is it called? ## Percocet contains oxycodone and tylenol (acetminophen). Originally Oxycontin was a time released form of oxycodone made with a wax so it would release over 6 to 12 hours, in theory. However, since 2006 the FDA had approved a Opana which is nothing like Oxycodone and sold as Oxycontin. Usually these pills will have OP on one side and dosage on other such as 10, 20, 40, or 80. Many people realize how dangerous taking Percocets are due to the Tylenol they contain due to the severe liver damage they can cause, even ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Oct 09 '13, 12:54 PM
Hydrocodone / acetaminophen
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Hi everyone... To the point - I have arthritis due to many years of rough living (motorcycle accident -2- and bull riding and as such have had multiple broken bones... Long story short; I've been on Norcos for roughly 6 years and am worried about the constant daily intake of acetaminophen and what it may potentially be doing to my liver... My current dose is 1-Norco when I wake / 1 or 2 at lunch / then another 1 or 2 again at bedtime... I've been prescribed Oxycontin but could not get along with it at all - it made me incredibly tired and itchy... So, would a drug such as opana be a viable option for someone like me? My Md assures me I'm okay at my current level of acetaminophen but I worry... Does anyone have any experience with a switch such as the one I propose? ## Yes, a... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Dec 28 '13, 7:06 PM
pink pill 02 one side and 93 on the other
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It's Oxymorphone Hydrochloride(Opana)10mg instant release. Made my Teva Pharmacuticals! ## Thanks for taking the time to share this pill ID. At first I couldn't find it either, but realized the number "0" is actually expressed as a letter "O" in various search engines. Posted below is a bit more information on this specific pill: National Drug Code (NDC): 00093-5862 Inactive Ingredients: lactose monohydrate magnesium stearate corn starch FD&C Red No. 40 FD&C Yellow No. 6 aluminum oxide Oxymorphone is a powerful semi-synthetic opioid analgesic, 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. You can learn more about this drug on the page... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Feb 06 '14, 12:04 AM
Pain Medicine Reactions
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I am 58 yrs old. I am in the final stage of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. With this disorder I also have killer nerve pain, and numbness. In the past I have been on all of the oxy drugs. Took Methdone 40 4x a day for about 4 yrs. worked at first, but then declined. Next I was put on Opana 40mg. Twice a day. Did great on that until they changed the makeup of it, and it started to cause vomiting. I told my Dr. about it so he changed my meds to Morphine Sulfate 60mg twice a day. I started to take it, and 6 hours after I took it, it made me vomit horribly for 3 hours. This went on for 4 days. I called my Dr. and now he wants me to find another pain clinic Dr. He pretty much was my last option, for my area, and he is close to 2 hours away. Does this drug continue to cause this reaction, or if take... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Jul 09 '12, 2:38 PM


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