Which Is Stronger Oxycodone-acetaminophen 10-325 Or Morphin Sulfate Ir 30 Mg

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william Says:

im sorry i had wrong dose its 10-325 oxycodone-acetaminophen and morphine sulfate ir 30 mg

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Verwon Says:

Oxycodone is one and a half times stronger than Morphine, so if you were taking the 30mgs of Morphine and wanted to switch to Oxycodone, you'd only need 15mgs of the Oxycodone.

You can learn more Morphine details here and you can learn more Percocet details here.

And, in this case, since you're asking about a generic for Percocet, the Acetaminophen needs to be taken under consideration, because that actually potentiates the action of the Oxycodone, making it stronger, so you may be looking at a different of an additional 2mgs efficacy strength, give or take.

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Rowen Says:

People respond differently to different doses of pain medications. So the relative equality of a medication is not the best measurment of strength. Your response to the medication with out the numbers in your head telling you are taking more or less of a narcotic is the best way to go. Otherwise an opposite placibo effect may occur. To answer your question 3o mg oral morphine sulphate is a higher narcotic dose than oxycodone 10mg/350 mg tylenol. Have them prescribe oxycodone without tylenol in order to save your liver. The route of administration is also very important to consider. Any way but oral is much more dangerous because it can get into the blood stream faster and reach a higher concentration therefore increasing the risk of overdose. Be smart when taking these potent medications and lock them up, away from anyone that is in your home.

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20 mg of oxycodone will equal 30 of morphine. But from personal experience. I have found that it makes a difference on how you take them. Because bioavailability changes when taken ways other than prescribed. While one may be more intense it will not last as long as the other taken in the same manner even tho it isn't as strong to the feel, it shows strength by working longer than the one that has you feeling the effects more directly. For example both are ir and already equivalent doses. One may last like a e.R. And not feel as strong while the other hits you really hard and burns out quickly. Everyone is different and metabolizes drugs differently. Therefore even the one that is medically evaluated to be stronger may not be stronger to someone. Also, many of these are made from different opiates. Synthetic vs. Organic. Oxycodone is made from thebaine whereas morphine is already in the plant. Morphine is stronger than thebaine. But once the lab turns it to oxycodone, they have changed its chemical structure to interact with the brain so it is stronger than before. Codeine is organic yet hydrocodone is made from it being 6 times stronger mg for mg. I am not a pharmacist or have a degree in the medical profession. I have acquired my knowledge either 1st hand from taking many of these from getting injured often and also from observation of others taking them. I have also read up as much as I can on how opiates act on the brain and body as I was physically dependent for some time after I broke my back and several other bones in a motorcycle accident. Using opiate medication also lowers your pain tolerance and it does not recover until you have not taken them for at least 6-8 months for me and this seems about the same with others as well. I worked with a broken foot 4 months clean and it liked to kill me after I loosened my boot after working all day roofing. But when you need to pay the bills, you work hurt.

They gave me a pain killer prescription at the e.R and I chose not to fill it. Because I felt that any pain I'd feel from being injured was worth it not to mask it then to risk being in withdrawal again from needing to continue taking them for pain to work and hurt more once I stopped. I've had a few filled since then. The first since I've been clean was for a dog bite that for infected and I couldn't work without them. Couldn't hold my tools. But I took the very minimum that I could and still had half of them left when it had healed enough. And just recently I experienced a black widow bite that they gave me 6 hydro 5s for which lasted me just as they should have. But I was back in the e.R about 36 hrs after taking that last one due to extreme pain. They had to change the antibiotics because they weren't working and they wrote me a script for 20 perc 5s, which I ran out of about 24 hrs early, because of the amount of pain I was in. And I took 2 when I got them filled because I couldn't get them until the morning and I hadn't had anything in about 12 hours. I had to take another 2 within the next couple hours because I felt them but they didn't really help with pain until I'd taken 20 mg to get it under control. Then I found myself taking 2 at a time when. I find that one was not enough to last for pain. I was high the whole time. Yet the pain came to an unbearable level without at least taking 10 mg at a time. Every 3-6 hours. And I had a low tolerance by then. So everyone's body is different. I still felt the pain to a point that I could not relax until I took more. Which caused me to sleep and not even get to enjoy not being in a ton of pain. And that wasn't pain free either. That was to a level of comfort. I got something from a friend the day after I ran out because I had to go run errands. I have not had anything in 20 hrs or so and the pain has subsided. I took aspirin which is helping enough.

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