Round Pill With 40 On One Side And Op On The Other

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Verwon Says:
Yes, these are the new 40mg Oxycontin OP, made to help prevent abuse and replace regular Oxycontin.

Even if you try to crush it, it retains its time released function.

Side effects still include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

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beerbottle101 Says:
I just wondered if any one had figured out a way to beable to crush them. I was told to bake them at 350 for 20 minutes. Let cool and then they would crush up just like the old ones and would also taste the same. Has anyone else heard this

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ITSME and IMinpain Says:
Baken them now.. Its like they decide it would help peoples pain buy maken it almost imposable to digest them..Its like thier full of glue..GARBAGE!!!! F****N WASTE of MONEY I have a digestive problem and sometimes have to snort one to get relief.. Im acctuly on medicin that you use in your nose for people with digestive problems..SO these are just a waste..w/t/f??? SOMEON JUST KILL ME I sware to GOD.. THANX DEA, THANX AMA. THANX HEALTH CARE REFORM!!!!

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nignog Says:
i would really like to know how to get those crushed down too its bull s*** the goverment just wants to control everything

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Dr.Nic Says:
If you cut an OP 80 into 16 small pieces it is the same as having 16/5mg pills although still time released you will receive more oxycodone in your system this way faster than taking it whole also take it on an empty stomach trust me this is the only way to get the drug in your system faster not as good as crushing but it works better

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Nick Sermon Says:
Cant you just run off the coating under water like the old ones?

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BB Says:
It's the new and improved time release oxycontin. They're suppose to be less prone to abuse from crushing or chewing. Someone I know seems to think they're some sort of polymer infused formula. We should know what the side effects are of eating plastic are in a few years from now.

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ipo Says:
is the oxycotin / oxycodene patch availabe in hawaii. my husband takes both reqularly, and they switched it to OP 40 and the pills don't seem to work, he has excessive back pain, hip pain, joint pain, what else is there..?? why did they change the pill? the government really doesn't understand, people really don't abuse the pills, they really need it, if not legalize marijuana...

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treatedforpain Says:
These op's do suck! I use a cutter and quarter them ,put them in my coffee for ten mins . They swell and get a slime on em but you can bite thru them.I don't even know if this really works ??

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arealpainpatient Says:
If you need to snort them then you are abusing them. I am sorry. I have a heart for those truly in pain. I am a former caner patient with ddd, and neuropathy. I was on roxys and oxys. If you wanna be a snorter, get on roxys. They crush. I take the orally and they work fine for me. Though the op oxys do not. I do agree with the fact that these are horrible. The formula is all wrong. But I was able to get fentaynl patches(3-day)(100mg) from my doc instead. So to you real patients out there, if you are in a pain management program, talk to your doc about switching. The pain relief is fast and they last up to four days even though you switch patches in 3 day intervals.

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arealpainpatient Says:
I just noticed in my later comment that i was a former caner patient....I am a former CANCER patient. It was a typo!

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Elaine Brouse Says:
i itch,i have more problems with my bowel movements and the pain is worse. they don'e help as good.I'm allergic to plactic so thats out of the question.i can't use plactic sheets or wear any plactics. even bandaids,i break out with hives so do i break out in hives from this op.40 2 twice daily

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john Says:
Pain is subjective. The best pain reliever is a quart of stoli vodka. the only side affects are the vomiting and headaches the following day. Forget about pills and start drinking, life will be much better.

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F Says:
You can its possible the coating does come off

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Anonymous1 Says:
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No. Perdue has made it to where the new OPs are "tamper" proof. And honestly they SUCK!!!! They suck so bad I want to take alot at once but scared to OD. And I've heard of people that dislike the new OP so much that they have turned to heroine... .thanks perdue!! F*ck you!! You're gonna make people worse than they were on the OCs(which were good). Someone please tell me the most effective way to ingest the new OP formula.

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JennyNeedles Says:
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I just fill a shot glass with a tablespoon of water or soda
Or whatever you like and let the pills sit over night and then Voila take a shot and BAM in 5
Mins you're feeling great! Letting them soak overnight let's the time release do it job in the shot glass so that when your ready to take it you'll get the full effect. I've been doing this with the Opanas ever since they switched them. I've tried everything an this was works like magic :-)

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sallywong Says:
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What you mean let soak, soak in what.

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SistR14 Says:
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Soak them in soda..the acid dissolves the other part of the pill..for at least an hour..and it will work fine

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Yourmamma 222 Says:
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You are a fool and this is the stupidest advice I have ever heard about pain management.

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