Ms Contin 30mg And Oxycodone 10mg

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10mg Oxycodone compared to 30mg Oxycontin
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Which is stronger? My new insurance won't pay for oxycontin and substituted generic percoset but it doesn't seem to work as well. Is it my imagination? ## Hello, John! How are you? Oxycodone and Oxycontin are the same medication, Oxycontin is just a name brand for the time released version of it, so the 30mgs is stronger, it's just released slowly over an 8 hour period, as compared to the regular release that is released all at once. The FDA classifies it as a narcotic analgesic, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. You may want to ask our doctor about possibly trying MS Contin, it is a time released formulation of Morphine that is also available as a generic, so most insura... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jul 19 '16, 9:18 PM
60mg ms contin and 30mg oxycodone immediate release
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I have been taking 60mg ms contin extended release 3 times a day + 30mg oxycodone immediate release 4 times a day. Recently my doctor changed the oxycodone to morphine 30mg immediate release. He also added lyrica 75 mg and I also take baclofen 10mg & amitriptyline 50mg in which i take 2. I'm still in constant pain. I was shot 8 yrs ago and I still hardly feel relief. What will help me? ## Hello, Shy! How are you? Oxycodone is one and a half times stronger than Morphine, so the dosages are not equivalent, which likely explains why you are in pain. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. As to the Lyrica, that may take 4 to 5 weeks, before it reaches ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in MS Contin.
Sat, Sep 24 '16, 10:28 PM
Ms Contin 30mg
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the thougher name for this is Morphine Sulfate ER 30mg it is for pain would like to know more about it. Please and Thank You,, Marsha ## YES MY DOCTOR PUT ME ON THESE WITH OXYCODONE-APAP 10-325 5 MONTHS AFTER MY KNEE SURGERY WHAT DOSE IT DO, AND WHICH ONE IS STRONGER? ## hi my names is john the morphine 30er is stringer and it last 12 hr it same as take 3 perceocet if was u stickwit the morphinr good pain med and less withdrawl if do percoet u will have a bad withdrawl and it make u wanna do more the morphine wont make u feel like doing more so i been on for while i rather do morphine then pperocet it not good for pain it only to to get high k ty for listen ## Actually, the Oxycodone in the Percocet is stronger than the Morphine by one and a half times. Thus, for each 10mgs of Oxycodone... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, May 31 '13, 3:12 PM
Ms Contin 30mg What Is Best Brand Name Company
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1pill-2x daily 30mg ms contin & 4-10mg oxycodon is that better than 1new oc (op)30mg 2x daily &4-10mg oxycodone what is better ## The Oxycodone in the Oxycontin is stronger than the Morphine that's in MS Contin, by one and a half times, so it generally requires a lower dosage to achieve the same analgesic effect. Learn more Oxycontin details here. However, what's really of relevance here is discovering what works best for you. If you've been taking the MS Contin with good results, then there's no reason to switch, unless your doctor insists otherwise. How long have you been taking it? Is it helping your pain? ## I HAVE BEEN TAKING MORPHINE SULFATE ER. 60mgs. MY DOCTOR HAS CHANGED ME TO TWO 20mgs OF OXCOTIN OXYCODONE ER. I AM HAVING WITH DRAWLS. WHAT SHOULD I DO G... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Dec 22 '15, 12:02 PM
what does a 30mg morphine tablet look like
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How strong is the 30mg morphine tablets? ## What do you mean how strong is a 30mg Morphine tablet? It is 30mgs! That is equivelent to a 10mgs Oxycodone. ## Thought the was what does it LOOK like? MST Continus, the most common brand of morphine sulphate tablet, m/r, are purple with '30' on one side and 'NAPP' on the other. They are biconvex and unscored. There are many other types of morphine but most are capsules. I have heard that in the USA there is a white 30mg morphine i/r tablet but don't know the markings, never having seen one. I have also seen a grey tablet which was claimed to be morphine sulphate m/r. ## Usually, Morphine 30mg is either Maroon or Green. The Brand Name Is Made By Purdue Fredrick Pharmaceuticals, which is Maroon and Side 1 says PF and Side 2 ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Morphine.
Tue, Nov 15 '16, 7:43 AM
how strong is a 60mg morphine
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I have been takin 60mg ms contin 3 times a day n 30mg oxycodone immediate release 4 times a day for 8 yrs i have bullet fragments in my spine an nerve damage in my legs my doc recently changed the oxycodone to morphine 30mg immediate release but my pain is still ridiculous what will help me i also take baclofen 10mg amytriptilyn 50mg an recently lyrica 75mg but like i said my pain is still out of control what will help me? ## Hello, Shy! How are you doing? Has there been any change? According to the NIH conversion information for opiates, Oxycodone is one and a half times stronger than Morphine, thus, being switched from 30mgs Oxycodone to 30mgs of Morphine was actually lowering your dose, so it is unsurprising that you are still in pain. The FDA warns that narcotic medications carry th... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Aug 03 '17, 4:46 AM
Does Percocet And Oxycontin Show Up The Same On A Urine Test
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I am rx'ed ms-contin 30mg & percocet 10mg by my pain dr. My question is, since percocet and oxycontin have the same main ingredient in them except the apap that is in the percocet, will it show up the same on a u/a for the pain clinic? ## Yes, since they both contain Oxycodone, a test that checks for the specific opiate and its metabolites will show them both as being the same thing. What you could run into, however, is a problem if you have been taking more than the amount prescribed. Most pain management clinics use tests that also show the level of the opiate(s) in your body, to make sure you are using them as prescribed. They will expect the levels to be in a certain range, so if they are higher than the expected amounts, it could cause you a problem. Are there any other que... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Percocet.
Sun, Aug 13 '17, 12:47 PM

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