Oxycodone 80mg Extended Release

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Is this pill as strong as a OxyContin 80mg? I found it in my new apartment on floor by window



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Susannah Says:
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They are the same. WARNING with no or low tolerance this dose COULD kill. Don't cut it either. Dump it down the toilet. Very dangerous esp to kids or pets. Don't mess with oxycodone at this high of a dose. It's only for ppl with a very high opioid tolerance.

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Verwon Says:

Actually, without knowing the markings on the tablet, no one can be certain if they are the same or not.

From what has been posted, it could be assumed that they are, but only the markings on the tablet in question would enable someone to check and say with any certainty.

Learn more Oxycontin details here.

Can you post back with more details, such as the markings on it? If so, then I will gladly check the information on it for you.

And it is not safe to flush any prescription medications, because that ends up causing contamination in our water supply.

Proper disposal instructions from the FDA are to mix them in with some undesirable substance, such as used coffee grounds or dirty cat litter, place the resulting mix into a sealed container, such as a coffee can with a tight lid and dispose of it with your normal trash.



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