Teva's New Oxycontin 80mg Pill

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Rawdog Says:
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So I've been keeping my eyes open for the new oxycontin generic to come out since Purdue lost it's patent. But for the longest time nothing emerged, no company was coming forward with a oxycontin substitute. I just saw that Teva brand has made a Oxycontin generic FINALLY. But I can't confirm a couple of things. First is how long has this generic been available? 2nd is I'm getting conflicting info on if they only make the 80mg pill or I'm seeing they make the 10mg, 20mg, 40mg and 80mg (NO 30's and NO 60's)!! And of course the other question, how much does this generic cost? Are they gonna charge a crazy amount of money or are they actually going to be affordable?? Has anyone out there tried these yet? If so how do they compare to the the old school original OC'S or how to they compare the the OP'S from Purdue?? I do have insurance but my company is so cheap I doubt they'll cover this for me!! Any and all answers are helpful. Thank you.

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Tiredofpain Says:

Yes they make it in an ER including 30 & 60 so even if Doctor wants to order none Er which most won’t. It is still around. I only know because I am allergic to a lot of stuff. I don’t like the one you mentioned because it is a killer on the stomach. I wish someone would figure out a binder for generic opana Er because I never had issue with it. That is also still around as a generic but not Er due to this lovely virus.

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Rawdog Says:
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Re: Tiredofpain (# 1)

Thanx for the reply, just a few things to ask. So you did try this new Teva brand? Was it any good? Was it expensive? I'm only asking because I was taking the generic oxymorphone 30mg made by impact global but my mom and pop spot was having a hard time getting it(and the could normally ALWAYS get it) on top off that they were charging me 600.00 for 50 of them OUTRAGEOUS!!!I couldn't afford that anymore so I was gonna switch to oxycontin but he said that's just as expensive so my ONLY other choice was the morphabond or MS CONTIN 30 3mg and 30 60mg ER I never did like morphine it doesn't do anything for my pain. And all this new age crap is just that crap I'm talking about the Xztampza, Hyslinga Tramadol all suck. So were not left with much else to help us people in pain. I'd appreciate your answers to my new questions thank you in advance

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