Generic Opana Er 20 Mg

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Dawn Says:

I get the generic opana er 20 mg. They come like plastic. They are green, feel like plastic, say 20 on one side and E on the other. The plastic crap makes my stomach a mess. I have gastritis and sigmoiditits. Do I have to have my pills like plastic form?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Dawn! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having.

It's not actually plastic, but the substance they use for the time released mechanism does irritate some people's gastrointestinal system.

The FDA lists 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.

You could try speaking to your doctor to see if they have some idea to relieve the stomach discomfort it causes, or you could talk to them about switching to a different medication, such as the regular release formulation.

Do you take it on an empty stomach or with food? Sometimes taking it with food can also help.

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Mary Says:
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Ask for generic, I have taken the brand name plastic pill as well. It was causing more nausea and provided less pain relief. Now I always specify that I want the generic, not name brand Opana ER 20mg.

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Disabledsince04 Says:
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Green opana er 20mg that has an E on one side and 20 on the other is brand name, not generic. My pharmacy wouldn't give me generic because my script didn't say oxymorphone er. I was on them 4 years ago and they worked great. I didn't even know there was a generic. The brand name is a whole lot weaker than the old ones now. I have to have my Dr. write oxymorphone er next month. Plus I was in my doughnut whole with medicare part D and 60 cost me 600 dollars but I needed my life back. But next month my insurance changes. I hope the generic stop sign looking ones like before are stronger. I know they are cheaper!!

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Sue Says:
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Is generic Plan a ER Oxicontin? I m totally confused. Please try to help understand as am picking up my script at pharmacy tomorrow. Thanks Sue

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