I've used the same family owned pharmacy for my pain meds for 10 years. This month I picked up my script for oxycodone and the tablets are different. I looked on the bottle and the manufacturer is one I've never seen. It's abbreviated on the bottle Eyw and I'm having palpitations, super sleepy and can't take it with my gabapentin and Baclofen like I always have. Has anyone seen this abbreviation for a oxycodone manufacturer before? Like so many others here I've been a pain patient for over 20 years and am trying to find answers.
New manufacturer used for my oxycodone?
Question posted by rhondaperreten on 29 April 2021
Last updated on 30 April 2021
I haven't seen that particular manufacturer but there are so many different manufacturers for oxycodone that I can't even name them all. Some work better than others in my opinion as I also have been going to same pharmacy for years and when I get my oxycodone and have a bad reaction to the filler they use, I talk to my pharmacist and tell him what side effects I'm having with this particular manufacturer and he is more than willing to either order me one that works the best for me or he just puts a note in my file to not use the one that is making me have a bad reaction. Speak w your pharmacist and I'm sure he/she will work with you in providing you with the best medication for you.
Could it be EYWA, then it would be Eywa Pharma Inc.:
1 Duncan Dr
Cranbury, NJ, 08512-3643
Hope this info helps.
- Oxycodone uses and safety info
- Oxycodone information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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