Problems With The €new” Oxycontin Op Please Help

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f4ll3n4410 Says:

I am prescribed Oxycontin 80Mg for my chronic pain but the new OP formulation does not work to control my pain like the Oxycontin OC's did the nee polymers that all of the new time release pills have to make them â€gunk up†are very hard on my stomach and often make me throw up because of my digestive problems so I do not get the same relief as I did before they changed the formula because the polymer they use doesn't get digested properly so it just gums up my stomach making me sick is there any pill out there that I can switch to that doesn't have this waxy polymer in it because the new OP's simply just make me sick and give me no relief whatsoever? PLEASE HELP

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f4ll3n4410 Says:

I have done research on this and found that with many people the polymers used in the new formulation can cause moderate to severe stomach pain and cause poor digestion due to the pill â€gumming up†I have also read that people with digestion problems such as myself may not be able to properly process the polymer used in the new OP therfore losing much of the medicine because it isn't broken down so it just passes through or in my case the contents of my stomach get so thick it causes me to become sick and vomit the gunk up

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Verwon Says:

There is a time released Morphine available, the brand name for it is MS Contin, but it's also available as a generic.

Learn more Morphine details here.

There is also a time release pain patch available that contains the active ingredient Fentanyl.

Learn more Fentanyl details here.

So, those are a couple that you may want to ask your doctor about.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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