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What Does Opana Look Like
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RECENTLY BROUGHT IN NEW SCRIPT FOR OPANA 10 MG IR. THE PHARMACIST OLD ME THAT ENDO IS NOT GOING TO MANUFACTURE THIS PILL ANY LONGER. IS THIS TRUE AND WHAT DO THE USERS OF THESE PILLS DO NOW?? ARE THEY ALSO GOING TO DO AWAY WITH THE OPANA ER 20 MG.??? ## The name brand is on back order and has been for a very long time however Roxanne Labs makes a generic that in my opinion works even better & I usually never take any generics. I have been on Opana for 4 years now and have been happy with the Generic vs the Endo brand. Plus ever since Endo change the ER Formula I am more then happy to not give them my business ...
Updated 5 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Aug 20 '12, 10:18 AM
New opanas REALLY DONT work
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I have been prescribed opana 40mg for almost two yrs. I really wanted to be optimistic about the new formula but it does not work! Very little to no pain relief from these plastic pills! Now I'm spending sooo much time online looking for an alternative, but not having much luck. Nothing out there equivalent? How could Endo turn a great med into the worst?? I understand the need to make safer, but this is crazy...extreme! Why make them at all? Can anyone suggest a medication that I can switch to?? ## Have you talked to your doctor? You might be able to try an equal dosage of Oxycontin, though most users of it have similar complaints due to the reformulation. I think the only option left that hasn't been changed recently is Ms Contin, which contains a time released formulation of ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Sun, Apr 07 '13, 6:52 AM
opana op 60
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Opana op ## There is no Opana OP, the new product on the market is Oxycontin OP, it replaces the original product and has been specially made to help prevent abuse. Side effects remain the same: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Which medication where you looking for information on? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Opana.
Thu, Sep 16 '10, 9:33 AM
Pooping out whole New Opana PILL!!!
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The new Opana's are terrible! I swallow mine like you're supposed to and I see the entire pill in my poop when I go! I HAVE BEEN IN WITHDRAWALS AND HAD TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL AND GET REAL MEDICINE :/ PLEASE GET THE PILLS FIXED SO i CAN GET OUT OF BED AGAIN... ## I'm really sorry to hear about what you're going through; please note, however, that this is an information only site. this site does not manufacture, buy or sell any products of any kind. If you wish to file a complaint about the new Opana's, I would strongly recommend contacting the manufacturer directly to get your voice heard. If you know the imprint on your pill, I can look up the manufacturer for you and post their contact information. I would also suggest checking out a number of threads within this for... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Fri, Oct 30 '15, 2:43 PM
Opana ER 10 mg pharmacy
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Does anyone know which pharmacies carry Opana ER 10mg in the New Orleans area? ## Did you find somewhere we are currently looking too..ugh ## Chronic pain patient cannot find Opana ER 10mg in stock in Dallas, TX area stores. Any clues on a way to find pharmacys that stock this medicine? Even the hospital pharmacy does not. ## what pharmacy carries opana in the new orleans area? THX ...
Updated 3 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 3:56 PM
doctors that prescribe opana
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I can no longer get my generic 30 mg opana and am looking for a new doctor, im in upstate ny. please reply if you have any info that could help. Thanks so much. ## Why is your current doctor no longer prescribing it? Have you considering seeing a pain management specialist? Can anyone suggest a good doctor in that area? 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. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Opana.
Sat, May 31 '14, 4:33 PM
Formulation changes in opana er
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I heard there is a newly formulated opana er, is this true? Do they make you sick like the newly formulated oxycontin? ## For some people, yes it does appear to be as problematic as the new Oxycontin. There have been very similar complaints that range from its not working as well as the old formulation, to its being said to cause odd side effects. Learn more Opana information here. However, what you have to remember is that the people posting on any given website are a very small percentage of the number taking any given medication. And the reason they were looking for the site to post, is because they were having a problem, the people that take it without a problem usually aren't posting. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Opana Er.
Thu, Jun 21 '12, 9:58 AM
ignorance of what constitutes a narcotic
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I am amazed that people are so ignorant of what constitutes a narcotic. I grew up when opana(sp?) were made by Endo and looked exactly like a Percodan and responded to water the same. Pharmacies carried coke and like Dilaudid in liquid and powdered form. Those were the days. ## You "grew up" ??? Um, Opana is pretty new,so I'm not sure how you grew up and taking this med do young? All drugs respond to water! Sounds like you've hit your Opana bottle too hard, lady! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Mon, May 18 '15, 11:28 PM
New pain management doctor in Bay City, MI
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I'm moving to Vassar, Michigan in a few months and I'm looking for many types of doctors. Bay City, Saginaw, Michigan are some of the bigger city near to Vassar which is a very small city with hardly any doctors. I need a PCP, pain management, ENT, gastroenterologists, neurologist, urologist, nephrologist, hepatologist, cardiologist, and pulmonologist. I'm take 39 medications daily which means I take 87 pills a day plus inhalers, nasal sprays, nebulizer, and inj's. I have been seeing some of these doctors for 20+ years and have great relationships with them. I been seeing the pain management doctor for 7 years. I take Opana ER, oxycodone/apap, Lyrica, and a muscle relaxer. I know not all PM doctors will prescribe the same medications or Narcotic pain medications but I ha... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Tue, Aug 11 '15, 12:14 PM
doctors willing to wright pain medication in new castle pa.
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i live in new castle pa.and my pain doctor retired and i need to find a new pain doctor that is willing to wright oxycodone and opanas ## Can somone please help me. I have CIDP which is a chronic pain syndrome illness and I was being treated by a neurologist who recently had to stop prescribing under the DEA rules unless he turned in the pain management doctor himself and he did not want to do that. Can anyone tell me a pain management doctor or just a doctor in Pittsburgh or New Castle area who write pain medications based on previous medical records. I would truly appreciate it. I do not want to go into a clinic and be looked at like I am drug seeking simply because of the amount of pain meds prescribed which was 30 mg oxy three times per day and 20 mg opana er twice per day. Thank yo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Oct 11 '15, 11:35 AM
Roxicodone 224 30 Mg
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the old oxys were better when on the new ones it got worse why change it?on opana er 30's was onoxy 60s opana DOES NOTHING WHY? ## what does a roxi 224 look like ## Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone and it is very effective for some people, but like any medication, it doesn't work for everyone. Have you tried talking to your doctor to see what else you can try? If the new Oxycontin formulation isn't working for you, perhaps you should try MS Contin? It is a form of time released Morphine. The 30mg Oxycodone pill with the marking 224 on it should be round and blue, with the 224 on one side. It is a generic for Roxicodone, which is a regular release formulation. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Are there ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sun, May 08 '11, 9:55 PM
not strong at all
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why is the new opana 40 not strong like the old ones the new opanes40 are about equal to a percets 10 if that. Someone need to look into it i have been taking them for about 5yrs they are not strong at all like the old opana thank ## They changed the formulation, to help prevent abuse, similar to what was done with Oxycontin and, just like then, it seems that the new formulation just doesn't work as well for some people, though in theory, it is supposed to. Have you discussed the problem with your doctor? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Opana.
Mon, May 14 '12, 9:39 AM
pain clinics that treat out of state patients
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Does anyone know of pain clinics that take out of state patients? Also looking to get put on opanas, or something like that. Been on loratab 1000's for 15 years and they don't do the job anymore. I realy hope someone out there knows someplace in GA or TN. Hope to hear from you soon and thanks. ## First off, there are no Lortab tablets that contain 1,000mgs of anything. And next is a question, why aren't you looking in your home state? Even if you do find a doctor that will treat you, when you're from out of state, most pharmacies will not fill your prescription under such circumstances. ## I am looking for a pain management dr in the Saginaw area who takes out of state claims from New Jersey, I' m thinking about relocating from Delaware. I got hurt in 93 and have bn ... ...
Updated 11 days ago in Opana.
Mon, Oct 09 '17, 5:27 AM
meds not helping high tolerance
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How can I get my Dr. to understand I've built a tolerance to pain meds. Same dosage for 2 yrs . 80mgs of oxycontin and 30mgs of opana daily . I have severe osteoarthritis bursitis and fibromyaliga. Dr. says that's the maxi he can give me. Should I look for another pain Dr.?? ## What is the difference in the old oxycontin and the new?? How can I tell which I have? ## Gigi4121! How are you? The new Oxycontin tablets were reformulated to help make them more abuse proof and the old ones are no longer being manufactured, so it is fairly safe to say that if you've gotten them filled within the past year, you have the new tablets. 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 an... ...
Updated 5 months ago in OxyContin.
Fri, Apr 28 '17, 12:49 PM
new formula
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Are there generic oxycontin's and if so are they using the same new formula? ## No! There is no longer a generic version available. These were taken off the market a few years ago, due to the frequent abuse and diversion of the narcotic and all are now made ONLY by Purdue Pharma, so you have to use their formulation. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## There now is a generic Opana available. Info tried sueing but lost as they were trying to corner the market. They also are crushable. 2013 looking good! ## I believe it is stupid coments like saying they are crushable is what does not helpus people who are using this pain meds for pain relief. Whether they are crushable is not the isue And if people are ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Jan 20 '13, 8:01 AM
Opana-News from Endo Nov 2012
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Endo Health Solutions' CEO Discusses Q3 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript November 5, 2012 | about: ENDP Looking ahead, new products, devices and services will be one key to our future success. Today our R&D pipeline is poised to deliver important new products beginning in 2013, including select launches of high-value generics during the next two years. We’re investing in new medical devices and practice management services both on our own and in collaboration with other companies. You should begin to see the fruits of those labors starting in 2013 and 2014. We have multiple opportunities for significant organic growth within our diversified businesses. And as I stated at last month’s analyst meeting, we expect to enhance our growth by... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Wed, Nov 07 '12, 2:34 PM
oxycontin ChAnges
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I do not take oxycontin anymore n haven't for past 3 yrs.although my mother does for her terrible pain issues, she is 64. One day she came to she came me and said, "Donna I don't feel , like I'm withdrawing and my pain is level is really high. So we went a looked at her meds. We found that some didn't look like her usual 80mg. We at first thought that the pharmacy made a mistake, so I checked drugs.com and found they were new. Pharma perdue has made these new oxy's that are a rip off to insurance companies. They are still outrageously priced but do not work properly. They may work for new users but not old ones.I had made a switch sometime ago to opana, so I got my switched over. Well they work great for me but I find that they do not last 12 hours. So, I'm g... ...
Updated 5 years ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Nov 16 '11, 4:49 PM
green op 80
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i really would likr to know what this pill is...almost identical to OC 80....but it says OP instead..cant get coating off and it kinda melts in your mouth, just like an M 80 would...is the OP just another generic brand?? cant find it anywhere! ## This is a new version of Oxycontin, manufactured to help prevent abuse, it is called Oxycontin OP. These new pills still indicate the dosage, in this case 80mgs, however, even if you try to abuse them by crushing, they will not release the dosage all at once, instead they retain their time release nature. Side effects remain the same: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## There are also pills looking similar to oxys that say op. Opanas. Some kind of morphine thing. ## You junki... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Mar 14 '13, 6:18 PM
OPANA ER urine drug testing
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Has anyone that takes Opana ER ONLY had a problem with Oxycodone showing up on urine drug testing? ## This is the post to my above question, The same happened to me... I've been on Opana ER since 3/2007, never worried about UDT, never had a problem. I moved to Central Florida, new DR said UDT showed no med then sent out, came back positive Oxymorphone 13,456ng/ml and positive for Oxycodone Opana.com and a Opana search on Wiki will confirm this. I hate this for everyone whose Doctors discharge without checking with the labs. Oxycodone metabolites should show positive with the Oxymorphone....hope this helps ## The Dr. said he called Quest before he came in to fire me! ## Thank you for your response Terry. I have looked where you suggested for the information and can't find where i... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Thu, Feb 25 '16, 8:49 AM
Find A Doctor
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Ive moved into rockland county ny. Im lookin for a new pm doc. Im perscribed 40mg opana twice daily and 30mg oxycodone twice daily. Id even consider paying the doctor out of my pocket. I need help. ASAP!!! Since my car accident. Those pills are the only way i get out of bed everyday!!! ## Since the change in the formula of Oxycontin 80 mg.my body can no longer ''break it down to stop my pain.I take the pill whole ,of course,and sorry to be graphic,that is the way it is expelled from my body.There is no way to chew,or cut these ''new''Oxycontin,and that was Purdue's purpose of the change,because of misuse,shooting,snorting,etc.I have never misused this or any prescription drug.now the dilemma...the dr.writes 2 scripts one for Opana ER 40 mg,1 for Opana IR.The ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Opana.
Thu, Oct 20 '11, 10:55 AM

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