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Blue Round E794
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What is Oxymorphone 5mg? Round Blue and has 5 on one side and E794 on the other side. ## Oxymorphone is a potent narcotic analgesic, its the active ingredient in Opana, it's used to treat moderate to severe pain. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## Is opana better than methadone & percocet. 14 yr back & neck injuries..pinched nerves cervical & 6-8 hernias degenerative disease arthritis fibromialgia + other. My dr is trying new meds possibly switching to oxicotin? What advice & what is best? Take 60mg methadone 4 10/325 endocet 6mg xanax 60 mg cymbalta daily...dr's want me to wait & maybe not even possible for surgery. Im 45 & started in 1999 auto accident..just ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Jun 16 '16, 2:01 AM
view oxymorphone or opana
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i would like to find out how i could see a picture of this pill. ## the name of the pill is oxymorphone. opana. it suppose to be shaped like a stop sign and yellow ## I would like to find out what an opana looks like. I found a pill and not sure if thats what it is or not ## There are a number of different appearances of Opana. The extended release ones are shaped like a stop sign with a number inscribed on them indicating the dosage in milligrams. For example, a yellow Opana with the number 40 on it is the 40 mg dose, green with 20 on it is the 20 mg dose, etc. There are also normal release doses in 5 or 10 mg. The 5 mg dose is a blue round pill with E612 over 5, and the 10 mg dose is a reddish-pink round pill with E613 over 10. I hope this helps. If you can post back with the specific... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Tue, Apr 21 '15, 1:25 PM
morphine 2oo mg oblong blue
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I was wondering I had a pill I know it was morhine. it was an oblong blue shape and color. It has been awhile I'm a chronic pain patient and I cannot take the newoxy op's I took 80mg 3x a day for along time. If any body knows the difference between just the regular morphine and the er opana ect. let me know the ms-contin did not work at all. Also the hydromorphone what is the differences in those meds? I know that is alot of info I just need to knoww. So if you know any of it let me know. THANKS ## If the Morphine ER didn't work for you, then it makes sense that the MS Contin also didn't, because they are both time released Morphine tablets. Opana contains a different narcotic, it is called Hydromorphone, it is very powerful and has helped many people with chronic pain i... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Apr 27 '11, 9:35 AM
pain managements that give Opana ER or Morphine & takes TNCARE
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I need to find a doctor in East TN that will write me my Opana ER 40's back or at least give me Morphine 100's back and will take Tn care Blue Cross/Blue Shield medicaid or cash. I have lots of back problems among other chronic pain issues and have extensive records to prove it all! If anyone knows of one around here or anywhere close to here i'll travel too, i'd really appreciate the info. I also need a psychiatrist that takes medicaid as well. I'm NOT a pill head! I honestly got pinned between two cars and it broke my back, herniated 4 discs in my lower spine and two in my neck, fractured both hips, dislocated my right knee and tore a ligament in my right ankle, so I've been in a LOT of pain these last two months since my pain doctor closed his office! If anyon... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Tue, Sep 20 '16, 1:34 PM
E612 with5 under it small blue pill round
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small blue pill with the number E612 with a 5 under that nothing on the other side ## This tablet contains 5mgs of Oxymorphone, a generic for Opana, this is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Mon, Dec 28 '09, 7:22 PM
e 612 5
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round blue E612 with a 5 underneath it ## The pill in description is Opana (5 mg). Opana is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain and also as a preoperative medication to alleviate apprehension, maintain anesthesia, and as an obstetric analgesic. Additionally, it can be used for the alleviation of pain in patients with dyspnea associated with acute left ventricular failure and pulmonary oedema. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Opana.
Sat, Jul 24 '10, 6:41 PM
PM Doctor in Atlanta
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Looking for a good Pain Management dr in Atlanta. I've been going to the same dr for 8 years and out of the blue he changed his patients meds, no longer prescribing any type of Oxycodone. No matter how well it's working for the patient. He's changed mine to Opana ER and it's $1200 for the prescription, I can't find a pharmacy that stocks them and I hear they have terrible side effects. Help me find another dr please! ...
Updated 9 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jan 17 '17, 9:03 PM
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what do they look like and whats the difference between them and opana5mg ## The only difference is that Opana is the brand name for it and Oxymorphone is the active ingredient, thus the generic name. There are several generics on the market and they will all have different markings, according to federal law, to enable their identification, in case of emergency. Some of the descriptions and markings of 5mg tablets include: E794 5, blue, round 54 596, white, round E612 5, blue round And this is not a comprehensive list, just a few examples. If you have a tablet that you are questioning and it doesn't match any of those, please post back with the markings from it and I will gladly check for you. Are there any questions or comments? ## What milligram is a moon on one side and 228 and i... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Sat, Jan 17 '15, 6:10 PM
oxymorphone 30 mg
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blue, 30 on one side, E 553 on another side ## I cannot find a listing for a tablet with this marking, however, I did find other Oxymorphone tablets that are very similar, which leads me to believe that is what this is. However, since I am not 100% certain and this site is not medical professionals, I suggest you ask a pharmacist. Where did you obtain this? Oxymorphine is narcotic analgesic that can cause side effects such as nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Is anyone else familiar with this tablet? ## Yes I've been on opana E.R's for over six months,n before that i was on oxy contins,b$ they changed em to the bs.the opana thta u r talknin about sounds like an %mg I.R..I've never seen any pana thats not octogonal shaped besides the instant ones n they ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Tue, Aug 28 '12, 12:16 PM
Roxicodone 224 30 Mg
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the old oxys were better when on the new ones it got worse why change it?on opana er 30's was onoxy 60s opana DOES NOTHING WHY? ## what does a roxi 224 look like ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and it is very effective for some people, but like any medication, it doesn't work for everyone. Have you tried talking to your doctor to see what else you can try? If the new Oxycontin formulation isn't working for you, perhaps you should try MS Contin? It is a form of time released Morphine. The 30mg Oxycodone pill with the marking 224 on it should be round and blue, with the 224 on one side. It is a generic for Roxicodone, which is a regular release formulation. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Are there ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sun, May 08 '11, 9:55 PM
Walgreens and Medco mail order Oxycodone
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Walgreens said and I quote , " corporate tells us not to refer mail order to patients taking controlled substances/Schedule ll Narcotics. Walgreens does provide a mailorder for your specific prescription needs such as oxycodone. You will need Group insurance through Blue cross blue shield or through United Health Care. Medco will tell you we can fill oxycodone but you have to have Group" insurance. ## So does this mean if I have. United health care group coverage, & live in Florida, I can get all my meds including oxycodone mail ordered through med-co? Is this a 30 day supply or 90? I meet this criteria, & am currantly taking opana ir & er, & they are causing insomnia, & I'm sleepy allthe time. With little pain relief. But its all I can take, & contin... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Nov 14 '12, 6:46 PM
Fentanyl Patches Not Taken Properly
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my husband started getting his stuff from drs then went to 2 or 3 drs and paid outta picket then they foumd out and cut him off he started buying on the street...fentanyl patches and cutting them into strips and putting them in his mouth to get his high..this is the course of about 10yrs now...i have finnlly had enough of being lied to and being broke so i said i will have to leave..he is on his 5th day of nothing and sill is puking and cant hold food or drink down....i hope to god he can do this..he has been my partner for 13 years and been through alot with eachother hoe this isnt the end ## along with oxys roxies opana whatevr he could get he would take about 200mg of perocet at one time like 6 blue roxys at once ## On average, how much would you say he was usually taking at once? Le... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Fentanyl.
Thu, Mar 02 '17, 10:31 PM
Oxycodone 30mg Imm Rel Tablet
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pill is round.On one side it has a line in the middle with an A on top and 215 on the bottom.What oxycodone is this,and how does it compare to Oxycodone HCL ## This tablet contains 30mgs of regular release Oxycodone, so it is a generic for Roxicodone, which means it doesn't compare to Oxycodone, because it is Oxycodone. Are there any other questions or comments? ## The small blue pill with an A on top and 215 on bottom is oxycodone, there are several different types some are bigger but the 215 is oxycodone I prefere the small one with an M on the small pill, but right now I am taking the A 215 and it is working well it is oxycodone. James D. ## 3 OPANA AND 5 OXYCODONE DAILY. ## yes but its sort of off topic do you know of an online pharmacy that fills prescriptions from "pain ma... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, May 22 '12, 3:59 AM
False negative results for pain meds on swab vs urine testing
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I have been on methadone maintenance for 24 years at 50 mg per day. Several years ago I was severely injured and have chronic often debilitating pain for which there is no solution other than spinal inj's. and pain medicine. I take Opana ER 40 mg every 12 hours and have 4 mg of Dilaudid for breakthrough pain a maximum of two tablets per day. What has me baffled is that at the methadone program they do oral swab tests and for the last 9 months the only drug that comes up positive is the methadone and I get a negative result for my pain meds. However when I am given a urine test all three drugs come back positive. How is this even possible? Does removing the swab from my mouth as soon as I see the blue start to show up in the indicator window have an impact on this? The indicator wind... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Methadone.
Tue, Aug 01 '17, 9:40 AM
Opana vs. heroin on urine drug screen
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So, I take Opana, 4/40mg/a day. Prob is i did Heroin, the night bf n early that morning. I hadn't done H 3days bf then, but was snorting my Opana, as well (not that morning, but day bf). I also take 10/325 Norcos. 3/day at most. but hadn't been taking Them for about 1.5-2wks. My doc sends his urine to AIT Labs. On the cup it showed: Opiates, Oxy, PPX, Marijjana, amphetamines, cocaine, benzo's, barbituates, PCP, I think alcohol n possibly codeine and/or morphine (pretty sure), as well. Also it says to pee at blue line or more. I was under blue line by ohh idk maybe 1/4-1/3 below blue line. I'm nervous as ____. Should I be (bc of poss the high amts of morphine n its special little teeny tiny meabolite that could fk things up permanently?!? My doc told me last time, it was ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Oct 27 '14, 1:35 PM
 NDC 63481-612
Opana 5 mg Oral Tablet by Endo Pharmaceuticals ## Markings: E612;5 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Blue ## Package Codes: 63481-612-70 ## Active Ingredients: Oxymorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 63629-4173
Opana 5 mg Oral Tablet by Bryant Ranch Prepack ## Markings: E612;5 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Blue ## Package Codes: 63629-4173-1, 63629-4173-2, 63629-4173-3, 63629-4173-4 ## Active Ingredients: Oxymorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 35356-499
Opana 5 mg Oral Tablet by Lake Erie Medical & Surgical Supply Dba Quality Care Products LLC ## Markings: E612;5 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Blue ## Package Codes: 35356-499-01, 35356-499-30 ## Active Ingredients: Oxymorphone Hydrochloride

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