Oxycodone Completely Dissolved In Water Inside Pill Bottle.

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Chad Says:


Good day! My oxycodone pill bottle was accidentally dropped inside a cup of water. By the time I realized what had happened they were completely dissolved inside bottle. I can see a layer of the pills (27 10 mg oxycodone) at the bottom of the bottle with a water layer above. Should I use an eye dropper to take my daily dose? Will the water completely dissolve the potency over time? Thanks in advance for any comments.



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Chad Says:

Also, wondering if my pharmacy (Walgreens) would even consider replacing the pills if I showed them what I did. I don't want to get on their bad side or raise any red flags with them. I have a pretty good relationship with them thus far so I don't want that to change.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chad! How are you? I'm sorry about what happened.

No, it would not be safe to try to use an eye dropper to take your dose, because you could end up taking too much and overdosing very easily.

Your pharmacy replacing them is also highly doubtful, since they get stories like this all the time from many people, most of whom are just trying to get extra medications.

The only thing you can really do is inform your doctor, they may prescribe something else that you can take, but there's no way of knowing for sure.

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.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Duck Says:
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I need to know how to dry out my oxycodone 30 mg tablets that water accidently got in

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