40 Opana Pill Relocation.

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Dan Says:


I am currently prescribed opana 40 my 2 times a day problem is I just moved to Cleveland Area and finding docs here sucks. I am with one now who was the coolest and saw my records and prescribed my opana 40 mg right away. Problem is it's not enough and I run out early by a few days all the Time and I am super good about taking my meds but after being hit by drunk driver and life flighted I have extreme problems. At home I had connections to get a few extra but here I know no one and get tested so don't want to get a bad wrap. It's Friday and I'm going to be out Tommorow again and not due till wedensdsy. And I am absolutely terrified of going trough that withdrawal again. I swear I'm to the point where I'm going to book a flight to Mexico this weekend. If anyone knows and good docs or anything "helpful" I would appreciate it.



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Verwon Says:

Have you just tried discussing the issue with the doctor that you are seeing?

It is normal for ones body to adjust to any given dosage of a medication and, when this happens, it will no longer be as effective for them and they will require a dosage adjustment or switch to a different medication. Doctors are aware of this and do expect it to occur, sooner or later.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Opana/­

If you are out for several days, or take more than your are prescribed, your tests are more than likely going to clue the doctor in and make him aware of the situation, anyway. Rather than just the presence of the opiate, most of these tests also show the levels of it that are in your system.

They do this so they can tell when a patient is abusing medications or not taking them at all and may be selling them. When you are prescribed a certain amount, then there are normal ranges that the level in your body should fall in.

Have you considered trying pain management?


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roxystar Says:

dude if you cant go a few days without going to mexico you need to accept that you have a problem and to much money

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Darleen Says:

RoxyStar, LOL Excellent comment! No s***!

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