Oxymorphone 20 Mg Er 229 On Front Half Moon On Back

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tina Says:
has anyone heard of opana 20 half moons cuz they cum str8 from pharm but they aint no where to be found on here

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Verwon Says:
Hello, Tina! How are you?

Yes, the tablets with that logo and the number 229 on them contain 20mgs of Oxymorphone in an extended release formulation, it's a generic for Opana ER.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Learn more Opana ER details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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That's what I just got n they suck compared to the A'S

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So I just read on a thread that Activis is pulling the 20mg Half moon oxymorphone 's due to (my best guess) them being to or overly strong. If anyone has more info or a link to where I can find out for certain what's going on please get back to me ASAP THANX

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Steve Says:
Medfast in Pennsylvania has the half moons taking them for over 7 yrs never had problem getting them gotten 5's 10s 20s and 30s

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Kieska Says:
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My doctor just prescribed the oxymorphone 20mg,because I had knee surgery, now do I take it after I take the 30mg of oxycodone, or just take the 20mg oxymorphone, do it work better than the 30mg of oxycodone, because I ran out of the 30s

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Eileen Says:
I called the medfast in greensburg pa & they said they don't have it. I spoke only to the help not the pharmacist as he was not in.

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Rleigh Says:
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Kieska (# 5) --
Was wondering what you thought about the oxymorphone? Did you get relief?

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