Rhodes Ms Contin 100mg

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Rawdog Says:
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So I've been taking these for 3 months now and they are not working well AT ALL!!! They're made by Rhodes pharmaceuticals. They are small light blue round pills with a 100 on them. Does anyone else have this problem or can anyone tell me what brand worked for them? I know EVERYONE reacts differently to meds but at this point I'm willing to try any other brand. Next month I'm going to ask my pharmacist to order me a different manufacturer. And by the way, MS CONTIN has SKYROCKETED up in price. I just paid $280.00 for 30 x 100mg pills (one a day) WTF!!! They used to be the cheapest med out there. I've read around and a few other people are saying the same thing so I hope it's not just me.



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Roy Says:

Re: price, it looks like you're getting the actual brand filled. $280 with insurance (I assume?) is pretty costly. You should be paying like 1/5th of that if you get your Rx filled with generic Morphine Sulfate ER. You can mess with a pricing tool at http://rxch.at/prices. It's based on this site's discount card. I've personally used it before when it offered a lower price than my insurance. I at least ask the pharmacist to check for me before I decide how to pay.

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Optimistic Says:
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Try generics because they are MUCH LESS.
Plus, if you have AAA chain pharmacies will give you a good discount on meds.

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Saradee Says:

Rhodes pharmaceuticals is the Sackler Family aka Purdue pharmaceuticals. I know that their 30 milligram oxycodone is like taking candy. I got my drug store to order me another brand. You are not wrong. They are garbage !

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Rawdog Says:
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Re: Saradee (# 3)

O.k. thanx for the confirmation glad it's not just me or that im going crazy!!!

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Bill Says:
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This is why drs suck. You have to find a dr who you are friends with or know somebody who is friends w them. The pharm companies won’t do s***. Sorry. That’s why so many people turn to illicit drugs. If the worst comes to worst .... buprenorphine SL 8mg tablets w no Naltrexone in it. They are jus as good at killing pain as roxicodone 30s.

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