Can you cut an oxycontin in half if they are time release?

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24 Sep 2012

Absolutely not. Cutting a time release pill negates the time release and releases all the medicine into your system at once. There have been people who have overdosed this way and some died.

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mishelley6969 19 Jun 2014

What if Ur tolerance is super high

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