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Oxycontin vs Morphine Extended Release Tablets.
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I have been struggling with chronic pain most of my life. I have been taking 3 60MG Extended Release Oxycontin tablets a day along with 3 30MG Oxycodone instant release for breakaway pain. After 3 years of the same dosage it's not working as well as it used to. So my doctor decided to change up the meds a bit. She gave me Morphine Sulphate 60MG ER twice a day and for the life of me I cannot feel this working. It's only been a day but usually I would have pain relief around 30-45 after taking the Oxycontin and then about 3-6 hours of relief. How is this Morphine twice a day at the same MG going to give me the same relief I was getting before AND was already struggling with hence the change to the Morphine? I don't get it, especially after everything I have read falls in line ... ...
Updated 14 days ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 5:51 AM
Oxycontin 30mg Difference In Strength To 10 325 Hydrocodone
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I take three hydrocodone 10/325 at once. Would taking one 30 oxycontin be the the same? ## Taking one 30mg Oxycontin would not be the same as taking three 10/325mg Vicodin tablets. I say this for a number of good reasons: 1. Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone are completely different drugs than Oxycontin (different chemical structures mean different effects as well as side effects) 2. Oxycontin is an extended release version of Oxycodone; meaning that it's effects will last a lot longer than Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone in and of themselves. 3. The inactive ingredients are also going to be different in each medication; which means you may have a completely different reaction to one v.s. the other. 4. There's a good reason your prescribed one and not the other. Oxycontin from what I hear... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Oct 29 '12, 10:57 AM
Oxycodone vs OxyContin For chronic pain
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I am currently on 4 30mg oxycodone ir a day and 2 2mg dillaudid a day. I've had 2 major surgeries and I'm I'm only 24 and day in day out in extreme constant pain. My question is would switching to OxyContin the new formula be as effective? Does it have the same euphoria or is it less effective than what I'm on? If anybody can help me out with that I would appreciate it. ## One thing I can say right off the bat is that Oxycontin is an extended release formula of Oxycodone. Some people say that it's not quite as potent as its immediate-release counterpart, but offers much longer relief in return. I do think though, that you'd have be your own best judge when it comes to that, since everyone is different. The thread linked below seems to have good information compar... ...
Updated 10 days ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Oct 06 '17, 5:27 AM
Manufacturer Of Oxycodone 30 Mg
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manufacturers of the medication oxycodone ## Which formulation? There is a 30mg extended release, under the name brand Oxycontin, that is manufactured by Purdue. However, there is also a regular release 30mg formulation that is available under the name brand Roxocidone and as a generic, so it is available from several different manufacturers. ## What is the problem with the shortage on the 30mg oxycodones? I'm a cancer patient in desperate need of my meds and i have to suffer in pain because i can't locate 30mg oxycodones anywhere. My wife drove over a hundred miles trying to locate my medicine so i wouldn't hurt, this is rediculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ## Why is it so difficult to fill my 30 mg oxycodone for my pain due to cancer. My family had to drive 100 miles tryi... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, May 17 '17, 6:14 PM
round purple pill with rd 71
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I need an id on a round purple pill with rd 71 and blank on the other side. Is it an Oxycontin or morphine tablet? ## This tablet is manufactured by Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 30mgs of Morphine in an extended release formulation. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Red small purple pill with 71 on the top to small other side nothing . ...
Updated 2 months ago in OxyContin.
Fri, Aug 04 '17, 6:55 PM
Are Dilaudid and Oxycodone the same?
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My dr switched my oxycodone 30mg to dilaudid 8 mg. I am wondering how they compare to one another? ## Based on my research, Dilaudid is much stronger then Oxycodone, but it doesn't last very long in it's immediate release formula. Oxycodone has an extended release formula (Oxycontin); which may be better suited for some people when used chronically for long term pain relief. 8mg of Dilaudid is "roughly equivalent" to 20mg of Oxycodone. This information is based on my own findings and is not relative to each individual's body chemistry or cross tolerance, as every drug can effect each person differently. I hope this info helps! ## what mg of dilaudid is equal to 15 mg of oxycodone? ## 16MG of dilaudid(2 8mg tabs) is equal to 30mg oxycodone. Swallowing dilaudid is way ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Jun 08 '16, 9:05 AM
Oxycodone 30 mg pliva 468
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This pill imprint of Pliva over 468 with a score on the back is identified as an oxycodone hcl extended release 30mg tab. ## Teva Pharmaceuticals, the company that purchased Pliva, lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Propranolol, which which is used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. There is no generic time released/extended release formulation available, at this time, in the U.S. It is only available from Purdue Pharma as the name brand, Oxycontin. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Apr 22 '17, 10:59 PM
blue pill with k 9 on one side
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small round blue pill scored on only 1 side with K 9 on scored side. unscored side has no other markings ## This is a generic 30mg Oxycodone instant release tablet. ## It is 30mgs of Oxycodone, but it is NOT an instant release tablet, it is a regular release tablet, a generic for Roxicodone, this is a potent narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more on it here: Do you have any questions? ## Yes, it is immediate release as opposed to extended release (OxycONTIN). There is no regular release. IR and ER, immediate and extended. That's it. ## I have "short gut syndrome" so I am very aware of absorption rates for pills (especially pain pills) for instance, the original Oycontin would come out of my stom... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Mar 06 '15, 6:51 AM
Ic Morphine Sulf Er 30 Mg Tablet
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my drug insurance co sugested i take this morphine in place of oxycodone 20 mg cr tab.. what is your impression of that??// ## Doesn't work for me. See if he will give you the IR oxycoxone for breakthrough pain. That should help.'that's an awful low dose of extended release morphine. Good luck! ## 30mgs of Morphine is equivalent to the 20mgs of Oxycodone that you were taking. However, it doesn't work as well for everyone, similar to Full of Heart, when I was on pain management and had to switch, due to my insurance no longer covering Oxycontin, it helped, but never worked quite as well as the Oxycontin did. They are both narcotics, so the side effects are very similar and may include: nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth. Are there any other questions? ## I Want... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Mar 02 '12, 5:24 PM
Oxy Ir 60mg Oxycodone
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what color do these pills look like? ## There is no 60mg of the instant release Oxycodone, it is only available in 5mgs. There is a time released tablet in 60mgs, called Oxycontin, which would have the marking OC or OP on one side and a 60 on the opposite side. The tablets should be red. This is a potent narcotic, so it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## there is oxycontin 30mg instant release but that is as high as instant release goes. ## oxycodone does not just come in 5mgs. They also come in 10s 15s, 20s, and 30s. I know cause I've had all of them within the last year. I suffer from chronic pancreatitis. Oxycodone does not come in 60mgs. There is a oxycotin extended release 60mg tablet. It is ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Sep 10 '16, 10:59 PM
Round Light Blue Oxy With A 6 On It
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About the Blue pill everyone is talking about,i get the blue pill but mine is 30mg, i didnt know thier was a 60? please tell me more about the 60, i nneed to know the Info on it...... ## Hi Stevejr, I went through a number of databases and didn't find a blue 60mg Oxycodone pill. I did however locate many other alternative brands or generic versions that have 60mg-160mg doses. It's not a complete list, but you can view my findings below... The imprint "OC 60" is identified as Oxycontin 60 mg (manufactured by: Purdue Pharma LP) The imprint "OP 60" is identified as Oxycontin 60 mg (manufactured by: Purdue Pharma LP) The imprint "M 596" is identified as Oxycodone hydrochloride extended release 80 mg. (manufactured by: Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals) The imprint... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Nov 30 '11, 5:09 PM
pic of oxycotton
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white egg shaped tablet 53 on one side and 93 on the other side ## Small purple pill with RD 71 on one side blank on other side ## So did you find out if it was an oxycontin or was it a morphine ## The tablet with the 93 53 marking is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 5mgs of Buspirone, which is used to treat anxiety, so it is neither Oxycontin, or Morphine. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, and mood changes. Mac, the purple tablet with the marking of RD 71 is manufactured by Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 30mgs of Morphine in an extended release formulation. The NIH warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea... ...
Updated 21 days ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Sep 25 '17, 10:59 PM
Oxycontin Detection Time
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I have ms and I've been taking at least ten oxycodone ER 30mg a day. Will this be out of my system by the 21st of September, aka next week? It sucks to have to take this but the dr only gives extended release and I needed rapid release. My body is giving up on me. Please someone that knows help, thank you!!! ## There is a good chance that they will be out of your system in 3-5 days. Although that is a fairly large amount hopefully if you drink plenty of water and stay as active as possible your system may be able to clear it. Just out of curiosity what extended release medication does your Dr have you on? I only ask because if it is OxyContin then you will be fine as they contain the same active ingredient. I'm sure you know that already but just thought I'd throw it out the... ...
Updated 29 days ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Sep 17 '17, 12:07 PM
30mg Oxycodone unrine test from my doctor to check my levels
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I need some help. My new doctor, prescribed me 30mg Oxycodone 1 pill 3 times a day and also oxycontin SR 20mg ter 1 pill every 12 hours which I was told is an extended release. He is going to check my urine on 8/27/13 and today is 8/13/13 next time I meet him. I’m running low because I gave a few friends some of them and took a few to many when I 1st got them and now I only have about 4 days’ worth of pills, if I hold off and wait till 5 days before my appointment to check my urine and from what I was told that he checks your levels to make sure your taking what he prescribed. Do you think he would suspect that I wasn’t taking them the way he prescribed them to me? Do you think that I will have enough of the medication in my system for him not to get suspicious? ## If ... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Sep 17 '17, 10:18 PM
Oxycodone- 30 vs 5 mg Drug Test
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Can a drug lab tell the difference between a 30 perc and a 5/325 perc. If I took the correct amt. of tylenol with the 30. Also, can they tell the difference between oxycontin extended release and regular percocet. Yikes getting scared. ## No, they can't tell whether you took Oxycontin, Percocet, or Roxicodone, or the generic forms of the latter 2, they would all just be detected as Oxycodone. However, yes there are tests that can check the levels of it and that would let them know if you were taking more than the amount prescribed, such as the 30mg Oxycodone, rather than the 5mg in the Percocet. Learn more Oxycodone details here. The Tylenol/Acetaminophen plays no role in a drug test, because it isn't something that's test for, at all. Is there anything else I can help with?... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, May 11 '15, 3:20 AM

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