Oxycontin Oc Compounded Medication

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FedUP Says:
If you are having bad side affects from Oxy OP find a compounding pharmacy that will make the formula for you. Not easy to find a one that will be able or willing to do this for you but they are out there. It is an option but make sure your doctor submits a pre-authorization for "compound" medication if you have insurance coverage. If not, the compound med is half the cost of regular OP pills. Many people do not know about compounding medicines so be prepared for that road block. Do research and be prepared. You may have to call a number of compounding pharmacies before you find one who can help you. Good Luck!

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Rich Says:
I found that this is the best route ! Unfortunately living in the USA has not only been a prejudicial experience of drug,a,foabs that has reduced the average person to obtain their prescribed pain medications using prescriptions markes no peg, or bht on the regular strength script will help you obtain your meds at a veterinary compounding pharmacy!!! Or it needs to be written for an un Mfg. Strength , such as 81 mg oxycontin , they will make ,, but if you desire the 80mg strength it must state not to contain one of the ingredients in the Perdue lineup Here I can get 100 80mg capsules for $175 ,, the price is cheaper for 100 than for 90 as they make them in 100 capsul batch and use a fiber filler like cellulose ? Also make sure they don't add NAxalone as some people compounding pharmacies Cary it and add a small amount but it is not carried at most pharmacies that cater to veterinary care ,,!,,, but a vet pharmacy must adhere to the same strict quality control as any other pharmacy. .. It makes me wonder why my service dog has better health care than the usual person .. And I learned where to find the pharmacy Fromm my vet!, It IS GOOD TO BE AN AMERICAN where they denature the pain medication and double the price ,, makes me proud of my homeland ,,, and if the dea was serious about stopping diversion , they would start with a living wage for social security victims .. So they would not be tempted to sell one of their pain pills to purchase their child a school book or supplies ,,, rather than the person holding the medication needing the cash the junkie is offering for a pill , because heroin is unavailable.... If they wish to punish the dope fiends then all they need to do is add cyanide to confiscated heroin and turn it loose on the streets !,, and they would get their target audience! Yet they would rather feed the sick and dying a toxic cocktail that does nothing to help the patient and has not been proven safe ! Wake up America ! The USA is quietly administering genocide within the us borders , by carefully poisoning social security victims with toxic meds ... It is a matter of fact , that per any single group, the disabled consume more oxycodone than the working population And I truly believe this is their answer to the SS. Issue ..

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