Just yesterday, my refill for oxycodone 10/325, which had been a Watson 932(white round pill), was substitued with an oblong white capsule type pill, M532, 10/325. My pharmacist says its a change in manufacturers and they buy in bulk, and say its the same, but after my doses yesterday, I see a downsize in the effect of pain relief. Could use some feedback, please! With insurances, it's always generics..thanks, anybody
4 Mar 2011
It seems like that is completely true, although all Drs and pharmaceutics deny and legaly they must all contain the equal amount of narcotic some brands mess me up more than others,case in point i have gotten hurt before and at the hosp I have been gives a dose of percocet and they came out of popout package and they were blue and the script was round white the blue blew the white no comparison like a 4 to 2 ratio. We are all diff biologically and some formulations may be more suited to one than the other but this goes beyond that. I am on oxys and meth now and have been 8 months and will be for a while and qualitest is a good base line company but watson is a good brand
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