Street Price Of Oxycodone 30 Mg

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Street Price Of Oxycodone 15Mg
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how much do people pay for an oxycodone 15 mg and can it be combined with adderall 30 mg xr? ## In general, any opiate usually averages around $1 dollar per milligram. ## It's ppl like this that hurts those of us who truly need them in order to just get out of bed and have some kind of through out the day. Thus is why we are put through the ringer and everything else just so we can live. One day it may be one of you who needs it for the right reasons and you are not going to be able to get the help that you need. Please please stop ## I know right? I got to jump through hoops, hell if you don't need them how'd you end up with them!? I hear you! ## I hear you on that I'm one of those people who needs them to get out of bed and walk around on my walker and you're right... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Feb 26 '15, 8:52 AM
Oxycodone search
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I had 2 hip replacements same left hip, came down with staff infection, i have very severe o.a. my insurance ran out cant find help. anyone help with 30 or 80 mg oc, if you can help, will share info if contacted. ## VERY RISKY TO SEARCH FOR IT OFF THE STREETS AND THE COST I HEAR IN MY AREA IS 15 DOLLARS PER A 15MG PILL OF OXYCODONE. THE DEA AND POLICE ARE ON THE WATCH FOR DEALERS OF THOSE HIGH PRICE ADDICTIVE DRUGS. CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE BEFORE YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED AS YOUR GOAL IN LIFE IS TO GET THAT DRUG FIRST THEN LIVE SOME TYPE OF NORMAL LIFE. CAN BE A REAL MESS. ## Purdue Pharma has patients assistance programs available for people who have no insurance and cannot afford their medication and they are the manufacturers of Oxycontin. If you qualify, this may enable you to continue re... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Jun 23 '14, 6:29 PM
help cost of oxycodone killing me
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been going to pain managment clinic in tampa florida this entire year the name brand pharmacy;s don't carry the medication so i cant use my insurance. so mom and pop pharmacies carry it but wont take insurance. Heres my problem the first prescription for 240 30mg oxycodone was $260 the next $340 the next $1,500 the next $1,300 the next $1,100 and last month he said it would be $1,300 i told him i could go down the street and get them for $900 then after debating price for 30 minutes he took $890 for 240 oxycodone 30 mg. they also only take CASH. Does this seem legal to anyone? ## Yes, taking cash only is perfectly legal, it is the only form of payment in the U.S. that a retailer is not allowed to refuse. They are not obligated to take anything else, including insurance, especially i... ...
Updated 4 days ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Nov 18 '17, 8:01 AM

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