How Long Does The Oxycontin 80mg Op To Work

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how long does it take a oxycontin 80mg op to start working after you swallow it



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Verwon Says:

About 15 to 20 minutes, though it can vary some depending on your own body, as well as if you've recently eaten.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

It is a time released formulation, so it won't have as much of an immediate effect as the regular or instant release, though.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Kate Says:

I have a Rx for OxyContin which is a month old. Can I still have it filled?

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Lexi Says:
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Prescriptions are usually able to be filled for up to one year from the date it was issued.

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Kcjane Says:
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After an hour it's fully kicked in for me.

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CeRa Says:
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I take those but I find chewing them makes them come on faster. Also it works better for me.

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frankthetank Says:
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I'm asking this for a friend of mine who takes 30s 3 times a day. He was wondering if you split an 80 op in half. Will he get sick? And how long will it last for?

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droneman Says:

In my experience, splitting the Oxy hasn't had any affect on its time release. Other methods may result in the consumer receiving all 80 Mg's at once and could be fatal depending on the individuals tolerance to opiates.

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droneman Says:
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It depends how you ingested it. If you crushed it and took it about 20 minutes if not sooner. I would advise not crushing it. If you cut it in half or took it whole about an hour and a half 2 hours. Op's are time released so you should feel the effects for about 6-8 hours even though they are supposed to last 12.

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Gigglez Says:
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Um I was addicted to opiates, coke and every pill. Been clean, but I have an 80 mg op and I need to know how I go about taking it orally?

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Alec Says:

I understandd and know your looking and plotting on that green/blue puppie ! Lol , Been there countlesstimes myself . I do not know you at all just the scenario . Me personal know myself and the properties of that 80 OP and would in my head and id have a plan for a planned and brief 1 day fun /vacation. But we are wired differently upstairs thsn those who havnt been on the journies we have as addicts . id be willing to make a small fun honest bet that even tho time released, you'd be thinkng after and during that you could just occasionally tske more agsin in the near future . And that you csn balance it with your life now no prob. Do we have a deal...........Its not yhat powerful since time released. Id cut it on quarters it doesnt break the time release in it . Its internally mixed to inevitably tutn to gel with sny liquid contact. Its way too easy to ride the tbe train again , nust tough to get it to mske desinated stops . Sorry to ramble I'm codependent actually just ate a 40 few hrs ago lol Regardless just be safe and must importantly live free and true ! Oh and sn honest update should be amazing . I registered just rrply yo your post lmao. Good night

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Torn Discs Says:
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Oxycontin has two release points. It is not a continued release medication like so many think! Its a bi-phase release medication which releases medication at .40 minutes and then again at 6 hrs and .90 minutes(7th hr basically). The pill bladder used for this bi-phase release is called intact (made by the germans).

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Rikenhagen Says:
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Controlled Rx has to be filled in 30 days or it is voided!

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Dan Says:

Six months on a Schedule 2. They want this to be more detailed. How do you make a 6 month time limit more detailed? You must use a Sch 2 script within 6 month of when it is issued. After that it becomes plain old paper.

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Joe Says:
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A CII is good up to 30 days from the written date. Not sure where you came up with 6 months.

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john Says:
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It's been around 45 mins, I barely feel it. But I ate a lot...hopefully it will kick in..

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Dcook25 Says:
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Not true here in Florida. Controlled prescriptions are good for 6 months. After the 180th day it is voided. Non-narcotic prescriptions last 12 months before it is voided.

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Bloobleep Says:
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Agreed, same with California. Controls are good for 6 months.

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Living in pain Says:
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You are right! Pain medication is not for abusing and feeling high. I know you are sick and need help so get some before you end up dead. Meanwhile, people with chronic pain cannot get the pain relief they need because now the government has stepped in and scared the Dr's to death. I suffer everyday with horrible pain. I cannot get a higher dose of my medication. I have been on 5mg Percocet for the past 4 years. My Dr refuses to increase my dosage to 7.5 mg out of fear he'll get audited. I get 3 pills a day. They are blaming the Heroin/Fentanyl overdoses on prescription drugs. BS. First of all, I don't believe the government cares about junkies. Whether you live or die. I believe it has something to do with the fact that 90% of the opium grown in Afghanistan is bought by America. And they don't want to buy opium from Afghanistan. It's all political. Meanwhile people with chronic pain suffer. It really sucks that the honest people that do not abuser medication that have chronic pain and really need their pain medicine can no longer get it. Because once again just like the hmos. They want to tell Dr's what they can and cannot prescribe. Doctors don't go to school for 8 years because they're stupid and don't know what they're doing. I think the government should keep their nose out of my medical business. And let my doctor treat me the way I should be treated for my pain. It's really funny junkies can get all the freaking drugs they need. And the rest of us have to suffer because of you.

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vegas Says:

find a new doc. i get 180 30mg oxys a month, plus fent patches & soma

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Happy Man Says:

If you have to ask that question I am in serious doubt you were prescribed an Oxy 80, so be careful!!

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