Opana Er Substitute

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Exalgo Substitute
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My insurance company will no longer cover the Exalgo, what would be a substitute? ## Exalgo contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone in a time released formulation. It is available as a generic, as well as under the trade names Opana and Opana ER. Thus, your doctor should be able to prescribe one of those in an equivalent dosage. This is 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. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What is a comparable drug to exalgo? Exalgo costs too much on our insurance plan. Any ideas where I can get it cheaper? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Exalgo.
Tue, Jul 25 '17, 8:56 AM
Endo Opana ER
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I have been prescribed Opana ER 40 mg three times a day, since 2003. In the last two months it has become unavailable from the manufacturer, you. I have been able to substitute 20 mg ER and it works, just more pills. Now they have become unavailable, and it hurts. You can't just stop taking this medication. I'm sure you know after eight years you go thru withdrawals on top of the pain. What can I replace the Opana with? ## No, this site is not the manufacturer, this site does not manufacture any medications, or products, this is an information only website. The reason the Opana was in short supply was to do to the fact that the manufacturer was reformulating the tablets to help prevent abuse. However, they have recently become available again, so you should be able to find them ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Opana.
Thu, Jun 29 '17, 1:27 PM
OxyContin 40mg controlled rel tabs substitute
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My insurance no longer covers Oxycotin 40mg ER. I was taking it 2 x a day and also taking Oxycodone 30mg 3 x a day due to my injury. I will like to know what will be a good substitute for Oxycotin 40mg ER. Thanks a lot. ## Hello, Matraquita! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you've run into. There are several other options available, including MS Contin and Opana ER, both are time released and are available as generics. 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. However, only your doctor can decide what would be right for you to try. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Jan 19 '16, 1:48 PM
I Want 20 Mg Opana Ir
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i am on methadone 5mg twice a day for long term pain. i am on 10 mg oxycodone four times a day for breakthrough pain. i hate methadone, but its a long story having to do with a stint at a clinic. i couldnt tell my doctor that. i have been taking 10 mg opana ir and they work well, i just have built a tolerance to it. i think the 20 mg twice a day along with two 15mg oxycodone for breakthrough should do me well. i cant take the opana er because they make me sick, do you guys think that what i want is a good enough substitute? any comments and suggestions would be helpful. thanks ## Was on both meds- got off both. Use Lyrica, elavil, muscle relaxant, and topic capasain for chronic pain/RSD. Have spinal cord stimulate. My life is a million times better without methadone(killed my teeth/ I u... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Tue, Dec 04 '12, 9:39 AM
Difference between Opana and Oxycontin
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I have MS and need pain relief. I don't like the stigma oxycontin has to it. I simply don't find it helpful. Is Opana a good substitute? I take 5 mg of oxycodone for breakthrough pain but sometimes it is not enough. If I don't deal with the pain appropriately I get sicker and more fatigue. I am not familiar with narcotics at all. I will admit a fear of them. Any answers please. ## BEEN ON OPANA AND THE ER FOR ABOUT 10 MONTHS NOW. I LIKE IT. DOESN'T SEEM TO MAKE YOU SLEEPY AFTER THE 2nd DAY. MY PAIN LEVEL STAY AT ABOUT A 3 TO A 6 NOW WHEN IT WAS A 10. ## ## I have herniated disks in my t-spine and have tried almost everything out there. I started on 20 mg 2 times a day but it didn't last long enough, so I switched to 10 mg 3 times a day which gave me better coverage. ... ...
Updated 26 days ago in Opana Er.
Sat, Sep 23 '17, 4:19 PM
list of pharmacies in kpt th that carry generic opana we 10 15 and 20mg
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I need a list of pharmacies in kpt,tn that carries generic opana er in 10mg and 15mg ## I used to be able to obtain Percoset 10/325 now my local drug stores carry Oxycodine which they say is exactly the same formula as the Percoset. I know the drug stores pay less for this substitute but the pills do not seem to work the same for my back pain . I live in Sonoma county and if any one knows a pharmacy that dispenses Percoset I would appreciate hearing from you. Thank's ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Sun, Aug 16 '15, 11:16 AM
Interesting time at the pharmacy today.
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I had a script it is written Opana 10mg ER but my doctor put can be substituted. so I get Oxymorphone 10mg ER and today the pharmacist said I am sorry but I have to call your Doctor to ask him if I can fill your script with Oxymorphone cos she said we are not allowed to without confirming with the doctor and he called her and said yes you can fill the Oxymorphone, never had that problem before cos she said Opana and Oxymorphone is not the same..i take that to the hospital pharmacy and they never give me a problem and fill it with Generic. I went there first they didn't have it so that is why I went to the other one today. ## Timilan Your very fortunate they even called your physician for confirmation and approval most pharmacy personal wouldn't even have admitted they stock it n... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Opana.
Wed, Nov 23 '16, 3:27 PM
On 50mcg Fentanyl Patch And 5mg Oxy Ir
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Have had multiple fusions on lumber in back patches dont seem to help to much and they have me taking 12 5mg oxy irs a day just wondering what would be a good substitute my in insurance wont cover oxy ers.Wondering if opanas would be a good substitute? ## Both Oxycodone and Opana are very powerful narcotic pain medications. However, Opana (Oxymorphone) is said to be approximately 2x stronger than Oxycodone. In that regard, it may be a more desirable option for short-term pain relief. For longer relief, you can always check and see if Opana ER is covered under your insurance as well... Keep in mind though that all opioids have different effects, where as there is no such thing as "equivalent" dosages. An "equivalent" dosage for one person could cause another to OD. With t... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Fentanyl.
Sun, Feb 17 '13, 2:33 PM
opana urine test
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I ran out of my meds early and i take opana er percocet and soma what can i take to substitute the opana for my urine test if anything. ## take the percocet. it breaks down in the system to oxymorphone when you urinate by atleast 10%. it does not work the other way around. oxycodone breaks down to oxymorphone. much like hydro to hydomorphone. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Sun, Sep 08 '13, 3:51 PM

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