Nucynta Er 100 Mgs Tablets

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Bo Henry Says:

What's Nucynta ER comparable to as far as a pain reliever goes?

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David Says:

According to the study linked below from, "Tapentadol IR (the active ingredient in Nucynta) has comparable analgesic efficacy and overall safety to that of Oxycodone IR for the relief of moderate to severe, acute lower back pain as well as leg pain"


Another clinical study also compared 50mg and 75 mg dosages of Tapentadol IR to Oxycodone HCl IR 10 mg and reported similar efficacy, at:

I understand that this is referring to immediate release and not extended release, but perhaps this information will at least give you an idea of its potency/capabilities and what level of relief you might come to expect.

Hope this helps!

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Hank Says:

I understand what the pharmaceutical company said about their product. I also understand that they're in the business of selling drugs!

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