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The next addictive fad?

do you think that this new drug could replace the ever popular percocet? My pharmacy goes through at atleast 20 or so scripts for percocet (real and phony) each day. When word gets out do u think this could be the new rage for junkies and people who suffer from long term pain? ## There will always be something that is the 'in thing' for those that want to get high, the prevailing preference usually goes according to whatever is easiest to obtain. Combunox contains Oxycoodone, and Ibuprofen, so it is an opiate, the FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. These combination medications are usually not as strictly regulated as medications like Oxycontin, and MS Contin, so...

oxyprofen 30/100

What is it and what is it used for? ## hi, am diabetic and have been put on mixtard infusion twice a day by my doc, however pimples have invaded my face and yet i have had no pimples before. Coud this be a bad effect of the drug? if so what effective remedies could you suggest for the pimples. I've used pimple creams and other commom remedies to no avail.p'se help. ## @AB, To answer your question, Oxyprofen (brand name Combunox) contains the active ingredients Ibuprofen + Oxycodone. I didn't find exact dosages, but I'd imagine the 30mgs would probably be associated with Oxycodone, and the 100mgs is likely to be for Ibuprofen. The combination itself is widely used for moderate to severe pain relief. @Tj, Mixtard is a completely different medication altogether. Apparently ...

F P 5400

F P on one side and 5400 on the other white oval ## This is Combunox it contains 400mgs Acetaminophen and 5mgs Oxycodone. It is a narcotic pain med. ## This actually contains 400mg of Ibuprofen and 5mg of Oxycodone. It does not contain Acetaminophen.

Combunox availability

Is combunox still available? ## As far as I know it is, it was approved by the U.S. FDA in 2005. Of course, this may not be relevant to you if you are not in the U.S. In that case, please post back with the country you are in and I will check for you. Combunox contains Ibuprofen and Oxycodone, a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Has anyone read anything different, perhaps that it was removed from the market?

White Oblong Pill 5400 FP

white oblong pill 5400 FP ## I located the pill in description to be Combunox; which is a combination of Ibuprofen 400 mg + Oxycodone 5 mg. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

fp 5400mg

white pill 5400 mg f/p long rectangular ## This is called Combunox. It is Ibuprofen or Motrin 400mg with 5mg of oxycodone or percocet. The oxycodone is a schedule two narcotic medication and can be very addictive. Also, one should not drive while taking it as it can make you tired or extremely dizzy.

fp 5400

Oblong shaped white pill w split in the middle has f and p on one side on each side of the split and 5400 on the back ## This is a fairly new drug called Combunox, it contains Ibuprofen 400mgs and Oxycodone 5mgs, it is a narcotic pain reliever for people who can't tolerate the Acetaminophen that is usually used in other meds of this class.


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