Chronic Pain And New Op's

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downykitten Says:


Hey guys, I've been on oxycontin 80's for 10 years, and the new ops reall suck, but instead of trying all these ways to break them down, try this, I promise on own life it works. Simply cut it into 4 or 5 pieces, take them on an empty stomach, and in 20 minutes you are pain free and aggravation free, and you havnt screwed up all your pills trying to find a way to do them. Sure it takes a little longer to get fully into your system like the instant from banging, but hey if youve been without for days and your sick whats another 15 minutes to wait ? The smaller the pieces the quicker it gets into your blood stream, and empty stomach cuts the time in half again. Trust me it works!! If it didnt I'd have put a gun to my head this morning, My script was filled with ops again this morning, so its just coping with the crappy ones, waiting a few minutes longer, but with a tiny bit of patience you'll be okay.



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Verwon Says:

I am sorry to read that you've had problems with the new Oxycontin formulation. There have been many complaints about them not being as effective and causing unusual side effects.

It is great, however, that you've found a way to get effective relief. That's great!

For future readers, I want to post two precautionary warnings:

1) If you have not taken this medication before, it may be dangerous to use the tablets in this manner. You could get too much of the medication at once and overdose.

2) Taking it on an empty stomach may increase stomach irritation and nausea for some people.

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

Are there any questions or comments?

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DHank Says:

I'm really glad I decided that I really wasn't crazy and that the new oxy really isn't working. I plan on trying out this plan starting tonight


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badger Says:

its not workin. 2 hrs later


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