Methadone Manufactured By Ascend

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houdini01 Says:
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I have been feeling very strange since taking methadone from Ascend mfg. They changed recently. Before I was fine. Can different manufacturer's ingredients be causing this?


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Verwon Says:

What are the markings on the pills in question? And exactly what do you mean by saying you feel strange?

I'm sorry, but I need more details in order to check into this for you.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth.



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Lilly Says:

Verwon (# 1) --

I feel very strange as well since taking methadone from ascend as well. It feels like withdrawal feelings, like I'm not getting enough medication, and my pain returns before the next dose. I didn't understand why, then I looked at my bottle and saw that I had a new distributor Ascend for my medication. If anyone else has had this happen to them, please reply.

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Patricio Says:

Lilly (# 2) --

I am having the same problems others are having after a switch to the ASC 116 methadone pills. Not as potent or long lasting and horrible constipation being the main issues. My pharmacy CVS switched yet i am not exactly sure when because Ascend seems to have made a concerted effort to make their pills just like the Roxane 54 210 pills.

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Pamela Says:
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Yes me too this new manufacturer I think is not giving the right pills or they are really cheating the amount of dose, I am going back to Rite Aide with my prescription, and I want them to test the ones I got at Walgreens, I feel really pissed off with these pills

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