Difference Between Oxycodone Hcl And Oxycodone Rho

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Steph Says:
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I have been taking oxycodone HCL for post tonsillectomy pain. Upon refill my new bottle now says oxycodone RHO. They are both the same dosage. What is the difference?

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Verwon Says:
 
Hello, Steph! How are you?

There is no difference, the refill just lists the abbreviation for the manufacturer on the bottle, which is Rhodes Pharma.

The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Skeeter Says:
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(Steph) ...
... Be Nice.
Nobody likes to be criticized. The first person that replied to your post was only trying to help.
I'm curious though, why were you taking such a strong narcotic for such Minor pain. Orrrr maybe your "tonsillectomy" was nothing more than a HUGE excuse to acquire Drugs. I'm thinking your "Tonsil Specialist" should be investigated for his qualifications on dispersing ANY kind of Pain Pills.

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Sameoldbs Says:
 
Skeeter,
Good point when I had my tonsils and adenoids removed I was given acetaminophen w/cod 15 mg. For 48 house I believe the quantity was 10 tabs that was more then I needed just to take the edge off for immediate post op pain relief............

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AuntShaggy Says:
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Maybe you're just a balloon knot. People have different thresholds for pain. Why do you think there is a pain scale? Don't be a jerk because you got cut off.

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Romona Says:
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Why do people prefer oxycodone 30 in the blue pill instead of the White oxycodone 30 which are to the same pills just different manufacturer

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Hankster Says:
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Really? You need to be educated before speaking skeeter! I was given oxy's 20's for my tonsillectomy. Oxy without Tylenol. He gave 100 pills. I know of 3 others that had different Dr's give similar dosages. Don't pretend to know. Its a huge world, especially if you are not a dr then watch your mouth. Maybe you should be investigated for knowing.

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Hankster Says:
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Some Dr's are limited on what they can prescribe. Dentists usually only prescribe hydrocodone or T3's . They are frowned upon if given anything else.

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Dbc Says:
 
Really?!! I had a total hip replacement two weeks ago and was given 5mg Oxycodone. Fifty doses.

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Liveunderhell Says:
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I broke my tibea plateau yesterday and was given a total of 24 oxy 5 without tylenol i am in excrutiating pain so they prescribed 30 more the amout of pain im in no matter how bad i needed money i wouldnt even think of giving them away

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Badbackbarry Says:
 
Liveunderhell (# 9) --

WOW they should of gave you stronger than 5 mg hell they do not even get rid of a headache

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Badbackbarry Says:
 
Dbc (# 8) --

WOW they should of gave you stronger than 5 mg hell they do not even get rid of a headache

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