Generic Opana-people Speak Up (Page 7)

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Silver Says:


They are saying that the new opana works as well as the old. There are so many peoples statements that I have read saying the new don't work as well but yet Endo states their research don't prove that. All people who have a real medical problem that causes pain and takes new opana and it doesn' work as well as the old needs to speak up. One person can't change anything. People who are being treated awful by medical doctors and pain clinics because they have pain also need to speak up.



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Jb Says:
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D (# 118) --

Stop telling people before that's taken off too!!!

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Psl772 Says:
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Re: Bapain (# 103)

It's not being pulled from the market. My grandfather works for a major medical company.

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Cactus Arizona Says:
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Re: Rebel57 (# 117)

Well that's great. Your so lucky. Where I'm at doctor won't prescribe anymore because of all the deaths that's been going on. The Feds pulled it is what I was told.

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They did pull the Endo opana, but not the generic form as of yet. They are going to I'm sure. It might be why they're not prescribing it. I have been taking this medicine for 6 years only it. Nothing else. They say they are two completely different pills, the reformulated opana is what was being injected in Indiana causing a huge outbreak of HIV and deaths. How? Who knows. It's only going to make the illicit drug epidemic worse. It's not helping anyone for them to take them off the market. People like us legitimate pain patients are not abusing our meds. It's not fair or right! I'm angered also the generic will be next! Also, I go to a legitimate pain management doctor, not a clinic!

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Cactus Arizona (# 121) --

Nothing was pulled and your doctor is a liar. I picked mine up yesterday. Get a doctor that doesn't spread lies.

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Re: Silver (# 1)

I was prescribed Oxicontin 20mg is that same as Opana ER?

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Rebel57 Says:
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The latest Opana on the market has little effect on me. The yellow ones prior the same thing. The red ones ( stop signs), were the best. When I told my Dr. he said I was the first to say anything yet in the lobby several of us were discussing this and they to had told the Dr. Why the lying of its effectiveness?

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Re: Psl772 (# 125)

Wow yes I see this. I’m going to have a talk with him. Thank you.

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Cactus Arizona Says:
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Re: Pained (# 124)

Yes I agree with you. I was on Opana for many years and I got schooled on here because I told the truth they can’t prescribe Opana any more and when my doc told me he put me on generic Opana to try and wean me off my dose of Endo Opana is what I know. I’m taking different meds now which yes I felt totally upset when they took the Opana away for it helped better than any meds I’ve had. This medicine I’m on now helps but doesn’t last as long. So yes they’ll stop prescribing Opana and the generic is not the same it’s not good at all so see how long this will last cuz they stopped this a while ago. Oh and I was also speaking about the doubters that say Opana is here to stay. Geez I’m glad you made your post. Thanks

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Sue Says:
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Re: Sue (# 126)

I am picking up my script at pharmacy tomorrow for Oxicontin 20mg. I heard there is no generic for this. My pharmacy said he had both brand and generic. I wish someone could tell me the truth so I can get what works. Last month pharmacy told me they were out generic. I was upset cause I was 3 days late picking up. So they gave me brand. R they allowed to do that if my doctor didn't write DAW. Someone please get back to me before I pick tomorrow. Thanks Sue

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Sue Says:
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Re: Randy (# 93)

Is Opana Oxicontin? I so confused as pharmacist said he has both brand and generic Oxicontin. Please let me no if he knows what he is talking about. I pick them up tomorrow at pharmacy. Thanks

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Re: Psl772 (# 122)

Maybe u can give me an answer. My neurologist prescribed Oxycontin 20mg. I called my pharmacist to ask if it is generic or brand. He said he had both. I have been reading MedsChat and all I hear about is Opana. Please let me know as I am picking up my script at the pharmacy today. Thanks.

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