Can U Inject Oxycontin Op 40

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Can U Inject Oxycontin Op 40
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PLEASE do not inject op oxy's. I just read all these blogs, and yes we tried it. And guess what happened? My boyfriend's whole body went sooo red and his heart started to hurt, he couldn't breathe, and i thought he was a goner. I think it clogged his veins or something. I called 911 and luckily everything turned out okay. I know you probably won't listen, but I just thought I'd share my story and maybe you'll change ur minds about shooting these. They're dangerous. And the ambulance people said they are NOT injectable pills and are very dangerous. I thought he was going to have a stroke or a heart attack, which he just may have. ## Thank you, Chrissy! This type of problem is something I always try to warn people about on here. Pills, especially time released ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Mar 15 '16, 3:52 AM
How To Inject New Op Oxycontin
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BEST METHOD {edited for safety} DO WITH IT AS YOU WILL IT IS THE BEST METHOD I FOUND ## And none of these methods are safe, since these tablets contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body, they are normally expelled in your waste. Regardless of what you try to do, to process the tablets, some of these fillers will still remain and you will be putting them into your body in a way, in which, it cannot process them out. This can cause blockages, which could lead to extreme health problems, such as strokes or embolisms. Are there any questions or comments? ## do you scrap the whole pill to a powder or just the coating? ## It burnt 40 bucks down the drai now what did i do wrong do u scrape the whole pill or just the green coating ## did it still gel up l... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Sat, Nov 23 '13, 1:16 AM
oxycontin 40 on one side OP on the other side
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yellow round pill, writing on one side 40, OP on the other side ## round pill 40 on one side and OP on other side and its yellow. is this an oxycontin generic? ## i have the same thing and wtf is it? ## They have reformulated oxycontin to make it less likely to be abused. It is more difficult to chew or crush and can not be injected by abusers. So it is a oxycontin 40 mg that is tamper resistant ## i have the same thing only the substance will not show up in a data base from poison controll and does not give you the high ## do they still make real ocor just the ones that have the op on them? ## OP is the replacement oxycontin. Purdue lab makes them (thats where the P comes from). Purdue started making the OC imprinted oxycontin first. They are the name brands. The OP are REPLACING the O... ...
Updated 2 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jul 30 '15, 3:30 PM
What Is The Equivilant Of 80 Oxycontin And Opana
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I have been on oxycontin 80 mg. they made me really sick and did not help my pain. What is the equivalent of oxy. 80 mg and opana? ## Information that I've gathered on this topic from various references states the following: "All opioids have different effects. There is no such thing as "equivalent" dosages. Body chemistry is very different in everyone, so an "equivalent" dosage for one person could cause another to OD" Just to further reiterate this - according to opiate equivalency tables, 40mg of Oxymorphone (opana) injected roughly equals 800mg of Oxycodone." (This is not a typo). What I highly recommend, is to discuss your situation with a qualified doctor instead of asking someone else what an equivalent dose would be, since it can vary on a case by... ...
Updated 5 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jan 26 '12, 5:50 PM
What's the difference between oxycontin 80mg and opana er 40mg
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I have been taking this med app. 6 months, oxycontin 80mg, they just changed it to opana ER 40mg., does anyone know the difference? Does anyone know which is better for arounf the clock severe pain? Thank you ## They are both different opiates, but you've been given an equivalent dose. There really is no better or best medication that anyone should tell you, it depends on you and what works best to relieve your pain. Have you tried the Opana, yet? The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. ## Opana is probably one of the strongest narcotics out there for in home use. I'm not talking about injectables, pills only. It has very ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Mon, Sep 12 '16, 4:54 PM
80mg Dilaudid white round pill w/ 54 425 on it and scoured in half
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IF YOU HAVE AN 80MG DILAUDID SCORED ROUND TABLET, HOW WOULD U KNOW IF IT CAN BE TAKEN INTRAVENOUSLY ? ## Well first, the tablet with the marking 54 425 contains only 8mgs of Hydromorphone, that active ingredient in Dilaudid, which is the maximum dosage available for the regular release tablets, the extended release goes up to 12mgs. And second, trying to break down any tablet and inject it isn't safe. This should only be done with medications that have been specially formulated as injectable liquids. Learn more about Dilaudid Details Are there any other comments or questions? ## I AM ON THE NEW OPANA 40MG ER AN THEY FEEL WEAKER THEN THE NEW OXYCONTIN 80MG I WILL BE ASKING MY DR 2 PUT ME BACK ON THE 80MG (op) BEFORE THE OLD OPANA WORK GREAT NOW IT REAL WEAK MY NEAK,BACK LEGS HURT LIK... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Jan 30 '15, 9:18 AM

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