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I`ve heard alot of people claim that Opana is morphine/oxycontin. Isnt that false?

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suzanne66 7 Mar 2012

The active ingredient in Opana is a drug called oxymorphone. Oxymorphone is a narcotic pain reliever similar to morphine.

DzooBaby 7 Mar 2012

No. It is not a combination of oxycontin and morphine. You are correct-that is false information. It is oxymorphone which is a semi synthetic opioid drug. It is stronger than both morphine and oxycodone (the opioid ingredient in oxycontin) milligram to milligram.

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