Oxicontin, senna concentrate, clonazepam, hydroxyzine, marinol, and erythromycin topical were prescribed to a 25 year old with an amputation above the knee
The dose of OxyContin (oxycodone ER) that the healthcare provider recommends will vary, depending on a number of factors, including:
* The type and dose of other painkillers you have taken
* The severity of your pain
* How you respond to OxyContin
* Other medications you are taking
* Other medical conditions you may have.
It is recommended to talk to the doc/pharmacist for the correct dosage the med is available in:
OxyContin 10 mg; OxyContin 15 mg; OxyContin 20 mg; OxyContin 30 mg;
OxyContin 40 mg; OxyContin 60 mg; OxyContin 80 mg; & OxyContin 160 mg.
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