Oxycodone 15 Mg Best Brand

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Nikki Says:
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What is everyone's thoughts on the best brand of oxycodone 15mg? They don't all work the same... Some make me drowsy and some give me energy. What is your preference?



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Ginger Says:
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I believe the Qualitest brand to be one of the better ones, but I've also noticed a problem here lately with them being always consistent in their strength; the KVK are good too; the Mylan brand A214's plain SUCK! They were good at one point but no more & lots of smaller pharms must get them at the cheapest prices, then sell them for 2-3$ a piece! Good Luck to you, like I read from another, "JUST STOP TAKING THEM ALL TOGETHER & if they're fake your body will start to let you know by feeling withdrawals & if by taking one it helps that & your pain all in one shot, THEN YOU KNOW THEY'RE LIKELY REAL". Now again most are ok, sure better than nothing but why not have the best for your money & your minds piece of stake, knowing you can count on your pharmacy to carry only the very best in Quality Generic Brands in Stock, in which I'm grateful to of been doing all my business w/ an amazing pharmacy & a great staff, locally owned & always being sure your happy w/ your choices. Best of Luck, Namaste'.

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Lin Says:
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My friend's pain management is cutting her oxy's in half. And she is in unbearable pain. We are looking for help. The laws in Tennessee have gotten so strict.

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NIKKI Says:
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She needs to find another pain management doc even if she has to go out of state. Luckily I live in pa and they are fairly easy to get here, however most docs do require some form of physical therapy, acupuncture, or steroid inj's. as well, but if you need the pain meds, that's just the price we have to pay for some relief. Tell her to look on a website called propublica, as it tells which docs in whatever area you are in are prescribing the most meds, and of what kind. I looked on there and found my most recent pain doc. Good luck!

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David Says:

A number of years ago, various manufacturers that patients are complaining about today used to receive some of the best feedback. Now due to all these different manufacturers acquiring one another and/or changing their formulas on any given day (without notice), it can be hard to keep up with which tablets work in what way... whereas constant trial and error seems to be the only viable approach to finding out which version(s) are suitable for your unique level of pain. Couple this with the notion that we all react/respond differently as it is, and there is virtually no way to compare someone else's experience with your own in terms of what manufacturer works best for them, since you may have a completely opposite reaction.

My suggestion is when you do find something that works, see if your doctor is willing to specify that manufacturer on the prescription itself. This way the pharmacist will need to comply with the doctor's request or refer you to another pharmacy who will... Many patients just sorta opt for whatever they are handed at the counter and don't take this into consideration, but we as paying customers do have a say in what we exchange our money for...

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Billy B Says:

Dunno if this can help. Check out Doc's to see who is prescribing what in each State. No harm in doing a search. Visit - projects.propublica.org/checkup

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