New Oxycontine Formula

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suffering Says:

I got Cancer of the EPIGLOTTIS, getting treatment with Radiation. New Oxy 30 MG swells up like a sponge making it harder to swallow which make it hang up in the tumor just in front of the voice box, base of tongue. Just when you think you swallowed it with water you cough it out an hour later twice the size it went in. Without knowing it you might cough it up on the street, garbage or toilet. This kind of cancer makes you spit & cough. Told the doctor about it, lost about a half dozen of them coughing them up. Now use a hanky to spit into out come the oxy looking like a baby marshmellow. How sick can the brains of these people be who thought this up? Treat people like s***. I have no other problem with other pill I have to take. The whole damn system is wrong. The DEA is now the Gestapo. Because of a few bad apples we all are made to pay. This country went to hell and Wall Street is heading there to, right where they belong. Rich vs the Poor, bring it on, I'm ready for class warfare.

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Verwon Says:

I am very sorry that you are having such a problem, there have actually been many issues from this new formulation of Oxycontin.

There are other formulations available that aren't time released like this one, the regular release would be Roxicodone, it is available as a generic and name brand, so you may want to ask your doctor about trying it, instead.

It's also made by a different company.


Alternatively, there is also a time released formulation of Morphine, it's available as a generic and under the name brand MS Contin, it's also not made by Purdue:


Had your doctor made any other suggestions?

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rocket Says:
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To suffering. You need to probably talk to your doctor about a 25mcg of fentanyl so you won't choke to death on those damn oxys.good luck and God bless. Rocket666

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