I am asking because I think someone might have taken some of the beads out of the capsules. I keep them locked up now but I found out a family member had been caught doing this sort of thing before.
I would tell you to ask your pharmacist. Explain the circumstances of why you want to know. They should be able to tell you. I dont know for sure about Avinza but I do know that not all capsules are completely full. If you look carefully at your pills, you should be able to tell if they are tampered with. Look for dulling of the shine on the capsule (from fingerprints) and compare them to the others. They should be roughly uniform. It is very difficult to open capsules and not leave fingerprints. Drug abusers get more and more clever, dont they? The best thing you can do is keep them locked up and keep the key with you and maybe one other trusted person.
- Avinza Information for Consumers
- Avinza Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Avinza (detailed)
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