How much would it be to by the pill while i wait for my appointment which isnt until next week because it had to be rescheduled due to emargengy at the hospital?
Not clear as to your question. Do you want to buy oxycodone from a pharmacy? If you have a prescription, you can call around to several pharmacies and get their prices. If you are going to run out of your medication before the rescheduled appointment, please notify the doctor. You don't want to experience withdrawals if avoidable. If you are thinking of buying off the street, I don't know how much nor do I recommend it.
If you could please repost and clarify your question, it would help.
since the remake of the Oxycontin my doctor told me it was not available in generic form, it has changed so that people who wish to break the timing device and get it into their system has someway been altered, Most drug companies have patien drug assistance programs where they send the medicine to your physicians office and he distributes it to you as necessary, I prior to getting sick had a list made up of various drug companies and how to get in touch with them, if you can find the name of it's pharmaceutical company that makes it then you can enter this into the computer and likely find out how to contact them, things are improving for me and just as soon as I have a bit more time I will update the phone numbers of the assistance programs, ask your pharmacist he may be able to give you some guidance in the meanwhile, I agree discontinuing this is far too hard and you certainly don't want to do that, please see if any of these suggestions are of help also allow your doctor to know this is happening and he may also be of further help to you.
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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