54 111 Vs M 924 Why Did They Change It Anyway??

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Amanda Says:


I just just picked up my pills and I didn't even Noticed it wasn't MY 54 111 lol. Now I only been on these's one's for only today so and I Love My 54 111 too so, What is Up with this? And Dose it Work the Same these's M 924? I been tried All Day and then Noticed my pills so is i me or Do these's SUCK? BUTT???



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Amanda! How are you?

Generic medications are normally manufactured by several different companies to create market competition and help keep prices as low as possible. Which one your pharmacy carries, at any given time, may change, depending on who was offering the cheapest price, at the time they needed to restock their supply.

It is the same medication, in the same dosage, just maefaucted by a different company, which in this case is Mylan Pharmaceuticals.

The FDA classifies this as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Can anyone that's taken these chime in?

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Randall Says:
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I've been taking the 54 411 for about 10 years now and just got switched over to the M 924 today and the difference between the two is remarkable 54 411 treats pain much better. Quite honestly I only switched because my pharmacy did so but after this month I'll find a pharmacy that carries the 54 411 if I have to pay twice the price.

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