Oxyfast 20mgs Tablet

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does oxyfast come in a 20 mg. tablet, and is it available in a generic? ex.- 20mg. oxycodone IR generic, my insurance only covers this med and percacet ,but I don't want the tyenol in this med. for liver cocerns. thank you Rm



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unsure Says:

A friend gave me a little round yellowish pill (L113 on one side & 20 on the other side without a scoring mark) for my neck pain & said it was a 20mg instant release Roxy but I didn't want 2 take anything I am unsure about so I looked it up & it said it was like pepcid, an antacid, so what is it really? thanks unsure!

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JImmy Says:

HEY BUD YOUR FRIEND DEFANITLY GAVE YOU A PEPCID! IM A PHARMACY TECHNICIAN TRAINING TO BE A REGISTERED PHARMACIST NEXT TIME CALL POISION CONTROL OR LOOK IT UP BEFORE YOU TAKE IT K. I HOPE YOUR NECK IS BETTER :)

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Verwon Says:

In regards to the original post, the immediate release Oxycodone is only available in the U.S. in 5mg capsules, all dosages in tablet form are either regular or time released formulations of this narcotic.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Since it is a narcotic, it does have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

The one that would be available as a 20mg generic would be the regular release formulation that's also known by the brand name Roxicodone.

As to the next question, Jimmy is correct, so thanks!

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AmandaLuvKnight Says:
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That's super rude and not a "friend" my dear! What if u had an allergy to Pepcid or antacids altogether? You could have died, been paralyzed or who knows? Ugh. Well I'm glad u were smart enough to look it up first.

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