will 10mg oxycodone IR (breakthrough) have a negative interaction with my opana 30mg ER.My insurance will hardly cover the opana IR and will cost me a small fortune.But the oxycodone is much cheaper.
Oxycodone IR is prescribed often for breakthrough pain. It shouldn't have any negative interaction with the Opana ER. Please discuss this with your doctor as a possible alternative to the Opana IR. Many chronic pain sufferers, me included, are prescribed morphine based extended release meds along with oxycodone for breakthrough pain. It's a regularly prescribed combination. And yes, you would definitely save money too. Visit your doctor and discuss all options and medications available to you for good pain control. Good luck to you and hope these medications work well for you.
Hi there "Papabear"!: This ol'boy needs a bit of clarification if ya' wouldn't mind. You say the "Opana" is expensive as hell , but you're swingin' it. So now you want Oxy. "the happiest of happy drugs"... For breakthrough? ? U-U-H-H-H , at only 10 mgs. Now let me think on this "cause i'm not very smart... ok... ok... I think I got it! The Opana , which is by your own admission costing you a small fortune... you don't wanna' let that go, as it kills the pain, but , well , fact is it's boring. So I ask myself? why dosen't he drop the expensive Opana, and get 20mgs. of oxycodone at less than half the cost of Opana, and I think I got it. Ya' keep the Opana "cause that's guaranteed. Then ya' kinda slide in the smallest dose of happiness @ 10 mg. Oxy. & who's ta notice. so about 6mos. a year down the road...
"Oh man , this pain is really killin' me, and since i'm already doin 10mg. of oxy, 20mg. more would fix me up just fine, and I can afford it , and it'll tickle my toenails ! ! Not bad says Sacosam
would fix me up just fine
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