Ic Oxycodone-acetamminophen 5-325 Manufactured By Mallinckrodt

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Mary Says:

Had a Septoplasty and bil submucous resection turbinates today; was given a rx for this pain med and had it filled at CVS. I don't take pain medications in daily life. It has not effect at all...it's not that it is not strong enough...it just does nothing. I'm not allowed to take an NSAID or Tyl OTC so needless to day I'm miserable tonight. Why would this medication be impotent? Could it be a plcebo? Thanks a'bunch

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Jenna Says:

Hi Mary,

I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It's odd that this pain killer didn't work for you. Do you know if it is a generic? I do know that the FDA permits generic formulas to vary by as much as 20% from the active ingredients in brand formulas. My only other guess is that you could've gotten a bad batch or your body just isn't digesting the medication correctly. Did you eat before or after taking it? If you did, that may have caused it to malfunction or what not. I would give the manufacturer or pharmacy a call!

Here's the Contact Details for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals:

Phone: (314) 654-2000
Website: mallinckrodt.com

I hope this helps!

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Going through the same thing medication wise. Same name, 10mg though. Qualitest is just as bad. The hydrocodone & oxycodone of both pharmaceutical companies is the sorriest & YES as you say, most impotent pain medication on the planet that I have ever experienced!! Do they need to make a trip for opium to Afghanistan or hire machine operators that can mix & produce the correct formulated pill?? Time to file complex tsunami with state medical boards & the fda....the last is useless unless deaths from lack of pain relief starts causing patients blood pressure to go through the roof from ceaseless pain & causes heart attacks or something.... ...

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Once a patient / customer walks out of the pharmacy there is no recourse & they will just have to suffer. Long waits to see the doctor again, up to 4 months for chronic pain. .ER Doctors around here in Virginia look at anyone who is in pain as a junkie thanks to criminal abusers & all of the negative propaganda & "sight adjusters" that if you are not bloody with broken bones protruding from the skin you have to be a llying junkie. Since the same company owns your company & Qualitest maybe you can ask for a recall to check the potency?? I know 10 people at least who in terrible pain & are using both brands. Here are the affected pharmacies: Rite Aid, CVS, Farm Fresh & all Walmarts in the Tidewater*Mid*Atlantic area. Counties & Cities are affected. We would love for you to truly help us!!?? I have been bedridden for 3 months for taking your meds. It is good that you are brave enough to come up on here! I hope you will do something about the recall to& testing. I Can't take much ore of this. Taking pain meds should not be in this awful pain! I take 60 mg a day paced out of course & my body has been screaming in pain for over 2 months ever since the Qualitest's formulation was introduced to The County of Isle of Wight, Virginia & Newport News & Hampton, Virginia. We can' t get anythi.ng but your companies 2 brands. They will not work for chronic pain. Please help us?? Also the Qualitest became ineffective 2 to 3 months ago. 1Ten mg Ambien has given me ore pain. relief than 60 mgs of Qualitests did all day........

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pamela Says:

I called all pharmacies in ofallon mom. Guess what they all use kvk and not a other companies for my 20mg oxycodone. It sounds like monopoly to me. I'm in so much pain. I've been on pain medication for years.

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Adam Says:
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Plz re-read your txt because it totally contradicts itself! I'll say 1 thing - when your dr. Asks you what meds your allergic to you must tell them you cant take any nsaids, it's that simple! You know we have computers for people that don't understand the most simple of things in our life! Plus our dr's ask these questions for us!! Wake up, you sound like a nice person just a little naive?

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