The New Oxycontin Op

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Jim Says:


Does it hurt the op 40's if they are cut in half? I don't like to take the whole pill at once.



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Verwon Says:

Since these are time released tablets, it isn't advisable that you cut them in half, because even with the new formulation, it could still result in the Oxycodone being released faster, so you get too much in your body, at once.

There are lower dosages available, have you tried asking your doctor about just prescribing a lower one?

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Oxycodone/­

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Notabu Says:
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That's not correct you can cut them

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Liveyourlife420 Says:
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Yeah you can. I seriously just took a 30mg op cut in half and it felt like 5 or six of my 10 mg (pink) oxycodone. I believe my tolerance is pretty high and my doctor has me on 8 pink 10's a day.

So to answer your question you'd be fine taking half a 40. Don't listen to all the conservatives. Live a little and take an extra one if you want!

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