Ingredients In Oxycodone 30 Mg

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devlin Says:

Is the chemical benzene in 30 mg oxycodone?

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David Says:

Based on the following information I've gathered, the answer to your question is no; oxycodone does not contain benzene.

All dosages of OxyContin contain titanium dioxide, which is a pearling agent that makes pills white and shiny. Depending on the dosage, OxyContin pills have different colors. The 10 mg pills remain white, but the 15 and 30 mg pills include black iron oxide, yellow iron oxide and red iron oxide, the 20 mg pills include red iron oxide, the 40 mg pills include yellow iron oxide, the 60 mg pills include red iron oxide and black iron oxide, and the 80 mg pills include yellow iron oxide and FD&C Blue #2 indigo carmine aluminum lake.

OxyContin contains the filler hypromellose, and the 10 mg and 80 mg pills also contain the filler hydroxypropyl cellulose. Fillers make the OxyContin pill larger, help the active ingredient oxycodone bind to the rest of the pill and prevent moisture from getting into the pill.

Solubility Agents:
OxyContin contains polyethylene glycol 400 and polyethylene oxide, and every dosage except the 10 mg and 80 mg pills contains polysorbate 80, also known as Tween 80. These chemicals increase the solubility of the active ingredient oxycodone, ensuring it is absorbed properly in the body.

Other Agents:
OxyContin also contains the manufacturing additive magnesium stearate and the preservative butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT). Magnesium stearate is an oil that makes the OxyContin pill making process go faster by making the pill mix flow more smoother. BHT is a preservative, keeping OxyContin's active ingredient as as effective as possible.

Please post back if you have any other questions or comments to add.

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moma Says:

Does this drug have morphine in it? I am allergic to morphine and cannot take it.

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mena Says:

How much, if any, acetaminophen is in oxycodone 30mg?

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Margaret Says:
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I cannot have gluten, soy, dairy, tree or peanuts, grains,..I'm concerned that while I am being so cautious with what I eat, my medications may have gluten. I take Synthroid (Abbott), diazepam(IVAX) cyclone-acetaminophen 10 mg., Manual Pharmac, zolpidem, Sumatran ( Dr. Reddish Lab), Butalbital-acetamin-caff,(Qualitest), Promethazine 25 mg.(Kvk-tech), Kroger Store Brand Sudafed, 30 mg.or SUDAGEST 30 (MAJOR PHARMACY), Kroger Brand Acetaminophen(500 mg), Kroger Brand Zytec,Kroger Benadryl, 25 mg. I use Refresh Potive Sensitive Lubricant Eye Drops, or Refresh liquid eye drops, and Puralube Ointment (FERA) on rim of eye at night. Thank you so very much.

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Bl3harris Says:
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Ok unless your talking about Kvk-tech oxycodone 20 mg .. very dangerous eye's and brain and body.....permanent damage to my eye's etc............... I have proof from eye doctor and neurologist. Just saying and they Kvk-tech were given proof and they won't pull them.....

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Yvonne Says:

I would like to know what medicine is used to make Percocet or what kind of Medicine is in Percocet what plant is used to make?

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Roy Says:

First, to clear a few things up, Oxycodone is a drug and active ingredient in and of itself. There is no Morphine in it, nor is there any Acetaminophen in it. Now, as an active ingredient, it can be COMBINED with Acetaminophen to create Percocet, Endocet, and others.

For those concerned about being allergic to some of the fillers, that would really depend on the specific manufacturer. If you have the name of the manufacturer or (better yet) the NDC code, you can typically find a list of the inactive ingredients to determine whether you can take that version.

So, in summary: Oxycodone is its own drug. Percocet contains Oxycodone and Acetaminophen as the active ingredients. I hope this helps!

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Trixie Says:
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Re: moma (# 2)

I cant take morphine either. My pain meds hardly work anymore because of the new formula they use, the fillers and such i am alergic to as well. But i have tried some rxs that seem to have some morphine in them. The people who make the pills since the 90's do not have the same training, and have 2 or more years less of training than the guys that were trained in the '70s and before. I talked to the guy that made pills for one of the big companies back in the mid 90's and he told me this. The new ones graduating, dont know their formulas backwards n forwards like their predecessors had to learn. Plus we are dealing with toxic byproducts nowadays added to the pill mix. Concerning the possible morphine in the pills, it is very possible that alkaloids weren't separated properly. Or, since they have a lot more of the less popular morphine left over, that they might try to up the potency of the pill with morphine. Maybe even keeping the better ingredient for themselves. These were all real-world concerns back in the 90's when i talked to the pill formula guy. So many people having problems nowadays.

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Re: Bl3harris (# 5)

I need to ask u questions. My vision is bad, & I have neuro problems. Kvk 20s past couple of yrs, & currently. No neuro yet. I can't figure out what's happening to me. Maybe it's the med, like I gather was for u(?). I use a cell phone, no computer access, no internet access other than a cell. I have an email account, for placing orders, & don't know how these sites work. I'm hoping u will share specifics that I may see if similar symptoms, & may help me figure out my symptoms/causes. Thank u very much. I'm bookmarking this page on my cell & will check back to see if u have responded. Thank u.

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Roy Says:

@NONAME .... Are you talking about the KVK Oxycodone tablets which are grayish and have the marking K | 57 (NDC 10702-057)? If so, the inactive ingredients (fillers) are listed as:

- Lactose Monohydrate
- Corn Starch
- Microcrystalline Cellulose
- Silicon Dioxide
- Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
- Stearic Acid
- Fd&c Red No. 40
- Fd&c Blue No. 2
- Fd&c Yellow No. 6

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