Pill T 133 Oxycodone

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ms contin 100 mg tid vs 15mg oxycodone 6/day

which is better for severe pain following surgery? Have been on 100 mg ms contin er tid plus oxycodone 10/325 5/day for severe pain. having knee surgery and Dr switched me to 15mg oxycodone 6/day. somehow I feel like I am really going to be in pain. ## Hello, Foxy! How are you? Yes, the amount of Oxycodone you've been prescribed isn't equal to the amount MS Contin you were taking. That's only 90mgs a day and you'd need 133.33mgs to equal 200mgs of MS Contin. 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. But how bad is your pain? After successful surgery, it should slowly start to improve and you shouldn't continually need the higher doses, you sh... ...

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White oblong pill with one side blank and T 133 on the other

It is supposed to be a pain pill but it's not working at all. I have been prescribed the medicine and it always worked well enough to allow me to function, but this new pill doesn't work. I think they gave me the wrong medication. Can anyone verify it's contents? ## Hi Roxanne, Is there any chance your pill says T 193 as opposed to T 133? I haven't come across any specific details on T 133, but T 193 is reportedly identified as a 7.5/325 mg generic Oxycodone + Acetaminophen tablet. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Camber Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 31722-0193. On a side note, there are numerous complaints throughout this forum on Camber Pharmaceutical products lacking efficacy. I hope this helps! ## I agree 100 perce... ...

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Change in treatment

I have been on 100mg of morphene twice a day with 5mg 325+ of oxycodone 4times a day for 6yr. Now my Dr. is going to stop all of that and putting me on 3 oxycodone 20s a day. The other had the pain tolerable ,does this sound like a good move? ## Hello, Robbie! How are you? No, 60mgs a day of Oxycodone is nowhere near equivalent to the 200mgs of Morphine you were taking and that's not even figuring in the 5/325's that you were taking. You'd need 133.33mgs of Oxycodone to equal the 200mgs of Morphine. 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. You may end up with some withdrawal and a lot of breakthrough pain. Have you disc... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
 NDC 70710-1330
Oxycodone and Acetaminophen Oral Tablet by Zydus Pharmaceuticals (Usa) Inc. ## Markings: 1330 ## Shape: Capsule ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 70710-1330-1, 70710-1330-5


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