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... what's the difference between oxycodone and oxycontin (1 replies)
... I am new to this site. I have a general question about the difference between Oxycodone and Oxycontin for anyone that knows. ... (5 replies)
... what is the difference between Oxycodone and Oxycontin. I have been on 100 mg's of Oxycodone for a few years now nut need breakthrough pain help. My Dr. is reluctant to give me any more. Without the present pain medication I am immobile. That scares me.. ... (3 replies)

... Do Percoset, Oxycodone and Oxycontin all contain Codine? ... (1 replies)
... Whats+the+difference+between+Oxycodone+%26+Oxycotton (1 replies)
... Hello and welcome to the boards. ... (1 replies)
... This is not quite accurate concerning oxycodone. Oxycodone is an ingredient in both Percocet and Oxycontin. Maybe I could clear things up a little bit. ... (5 replies)
... No,They all have oxycodone.Percocet is oxycodone with tylonol,oxycontin has oxycodone whout tylonol,and is time-released. Contin means long acting.You then also have oxycodone IR Now if your getting oxycontin generic,it will say on the bottle oxycodone ER if its brand name,it will say oxycontin CR Basically CR-ER are the same thing. (1 replies)
... They are the same medications. The only difference is Oxycodone is an instant release medication and delivers all of the medication in one dose. ... (3 replies)
... You mentioned that you're upping your Oxycontin. That IS Oxycodone without Tylenol. The only difference between Oxycodone and Oxycontin is the Tylenol. I'm wondering why they don't try something like Dilaudid? ... (17 replies)
... s pain at all really. if this is indeed the very small pill,he could have actually Rxed you a med that i take,oxy IR or roxicodone. now THAT i know comes in 5mgs and it is very small similar to oxycontin in size. if it actually contained any tylenol,that pill would be a much larger tab. ... (5 replies)
... Let me see if I can help with your question. Please understand that I am not a doc, and I'm sure many others with MUCH more knowledge will be by to offer some advice. Myself, I've never taken oxycontin, but I have taken oxycodone. ... (5 replies)
... Do you mean which is stronger? It depends on the individual.Some say percocet works better,some say lortab,vicodin works better.Also you have oxycontin,which has the same narcotic in it as percocet but oxycontin is time-released,and doesn't have apap (2 replies)
... As far as OxyContin goes, I think there's only one company that manufactures a generic version, so it should be pretty easy to find the brand name. ... (23 replies)
... Can anyone tell me difference between oxycodone and oxycontin? ... (16 replies)
... The only difference between Percocet & Oxycodone is that Percocet has Tylenol also. It sounds like you've built up a tolerance, which is probably the reason you're not getting relief. Of course, that's how people overdose--they keep taking more to get the effect needed until it's just too much. Is your feeding tube going to the duodenum or jejunum? Regardless, the med still... (5 replies)
... You should talk to your dentist about being on Methadone. I've been on it for almost 10 years for pain and it stripped the enamel off my teeth. I was told later that I should have had extra flouride treatments. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for your input. I am trying to understand why my doc is so against percocet versus oxycontin and I want to make sure I am understanding it. ... (17 replies)
... It shouldn't really make any difference side effect wise between OxyIR and Oxycontin. You just take many less pills with the Oxycontin and it's a more stead and extended release from of oxycodone. Hope that clears things up. ... (6 replies)
... sure because I've heard conflicting information and the manufacturer's literature is contradictory at times. ... (8 replies)

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