I would rather something with little or no tylenol in it, but don't wanna look like a fool to doc. Is there a limit on roxis per day, 1-2 more aday would wk even if the 15,s
Oxycodone is normally considered a breakthrough pain med, as it is quick acting (rather than a medication you take around the clock for continual pain relief). I'm not sure I follow what you are asking - how would 1-2 additional 15mg oxycodone help you? Wouldn't you want to ask your doctor to just increase your dose by an additional 30 mg tablet a day? Providers don't like to prescribe for very many Schedule II medications at a time - perhaps it would be best to break a 30 mg tablet in half and use it that way (if your doctor would agree). You might want to consider changing to an around-the-clock medication to better manage your pain. There are many medications available - Opana, Fentanyl patch, Kadian, Oxycontin, Avinza - many more. Then you would only be taking medication once or twice a day. These longer acting medications are designed to keep a constant amount in your bloodstream so you don't have the ups and downs in your pain levels. Something to consider - Regards -
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