Oxycodone K18 Tablets

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Confused Says:


I take oxycodone 5 mg for back pain. I got the new K18 tablets and I read on another forum that you cant dissolve these pills. I have swallowing issues and have always chewed them. It's confusing because there is a score on the pills so I always thought that meant you could break them in half. I don't feel the effects of these pills much and I am wondering what you know about these tamper proof pills and can a person request pills and can these be safely and effectively broken in half?


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Mark Says:
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Is there a coating on the K18 Oxycodone tablets that prevents them from being water soluble?

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Roy Says:

Round & White Oxycodone tablets with imprint K 18 (NDC 10702-018) contain the following inactive ingredients:

- Lactose Monohydrate
- Starch, Corn
- Cellulose, Microcrystalline
- Silicon Dioxide
- Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
- Stearic Acid

I am not familiar with how those react with water.

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