Just Changed To Oxycodone 15mg Imm Rel

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I was just prescribed this med as Previously I have been on 5/325 oxycodone x4 daily. ( for 3 years now) I cut them in half for 7.5 dose as prescribed for breakthrough pain x3 daily. I also take 200mg Ultram ER. once a day.
Will this new med react differently in my system? Last longer or shorter term relief?
Dr changed due to the apap and liver concerns.



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Verwon Says:

If you have been taking Oxycodone already, your reaction and side effects really shouldn't be any different, though since it is a higher dosage that you are getting all at once, since it's immediate release, they may be more pronounced.

Such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

It also should last about the same amount of time, it just releases the medication faster than the regular release tablets that you were taking.

How often will you be taking? Still 3 times a day?

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larry Says:

i take 3 10 mg tablets in the morning to al;leve rectal pain. i fell on the ice today and hurt my back badly. can i take a percocet without any problems with the meth?

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