Capsules Oxy Ir 5mg

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Augustus Says:

The medication I have been getting. The 5mg OXY IR caps with the O-IR and pf 5mg, they seem to be small inside, they only fill up the 1/4 of the way. Is my pharmacist ripping me off? I remember them reaching past the PF mark and now they barely reach the 5mg mark..any help would greatly appreciated.

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Analia Says:

No that is how much is suppose
to be in each capsule. It is just
pure without filler which is great.
They were great for me. Took
the tabs for awhile but the capsules
seem best.

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yellow rose Says:

The malikoft capsules of Oxy IR worked better when they had the filler added.
They seemed to have removed the filler around the beginning of this year.
I have had huge issues even getting a capsule, seems my pharmacists are only getting tablets, which do not work as well for some strange reason.

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Verwon Says:

The reason you don't get the same effect from the tablets as you do from the capsules is because the tablets are not instant release. The only instant release Oxycodone available are the 5mg capsules.

The tablets are either regular release or time released.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Whether or not they work better for you with or without fillers is just a matter of your body chemistry.

Oxycodone is a narcotic opiate, so it may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Are there any comments or questions?

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