Oxycotin 80 Mg Op

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i've been on the op oxycotin for a month and i am very disoppointed with the pain releafe i'm getting compared to the oc brand and i also get cramps in my legs and it doesent last for a complete 12 hours you should go back to the oc brand i my self are going to change meds



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Verwon Says:

this site does not manufacture nor sell any medications, this is an information website.

Oxycontin OP is manufactured by Purdue Pharma and they are the ones responsible for the change to the formulation. It was done to try to help prevent abuse.

There have, however, been many complaints about it. Many people have said it does not work as well for pain relief and there have also been reports of unusual side effects.

If you are having a problem with the medication, it is advisable to report it to both Purdue and the FDA. The more people that complain, the more notice they will have to pay to the problem.

They can be contacted at the following numbers:


Purdue Pharma number for drug safety/medication issues:

888.726.7535


FDA MedWatch number:

800-332-1088

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

Is there anything I can help you with?

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Oxykills Says:

I think there's cancer patients that need this drug. But if abused as it is it's killing many ppl as well as many of my friends.they just need to take it off the market

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fed up Says:

i've been on oxycotin for over 5 years and amoltatude of other pain meds for at lease 20 years for chronic pain and im sick of it!in all the years i've taking all the different meds i have never abused them (believe what you want) your pills when i first strarted takeing them they worked good but not long.you ask me you make them to do this pupposly so you have to go stronger.and for changeing the formula to detour junkys from using them,well i know your reason is pure bull,if a junky wants to get high all he as to do is go find a mexican and buy 5 bags of smac which is cheaper then just 1 of your pills,and im not talking street prices.the only thing your new op's do is make you fart like a 80 year old (every step you take and also don't work worth a hotte. if you other chronic pain people out there fill the same as i do'do as i did switch to oxycodone at lease they work and you can get them in controled release'and also don't have to wonder what there (NEW FORMULA)is doing to your body,short term or long term if you don't know what the (P)is it's paulomear(nylon),plastic proberly recycled milk ,water,any thing made from nylon.look it up they shread it and sterilize it and there you go.SO WHO ARE THEY FOOLING NOT ME!!!!!PUT THEM OUT OF THE RIPP OFF BIS.GHANGE TO ANOTHER DRUG CO,NOT THAT THERE ANY DIFF.

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fed up Says:

call and complain not that i think it will help ,cause i believe they all work together(gov.)ect ect. the fda approved this change . did they even test the effects (LONG TERM) i don't thing so! the fda never use to appove drugs to after at lease 7 years or so.and there is noone can tell me they tested this change at all.prove me wrong if you people still trust our gov. then your fools!!!!!

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So Many Oxys & Fentanyl Says:

I am prescribed so many Fentanyl Lollipops 1600mcg (strongest thing on earth for humans - heaven) & Oxys 80mg. But, my insurance only pays a very small quantity. So, most go wasted not picked up from pharmacy each month. Any suggestions?

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1234 Says:

find someone who has the money to help you get them out in exchange for giving them some to take/sell...

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DJ Mike B Says:

I've had 5 friends overdose and die in the Upper Class suburb I live in in just the last 8 years. This drug should be taken off the market, its just synthetic heroin to any junkie.

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