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What is the difference between oxycotin and oxycodone?

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IhearttheOcean 18 Sep 2010

Oxycontin is timed release Oxycodone

christineATU 18 Sep 2010

Oxycodone is an opiate pain reliever with acetaminophen that is immediately released in the system. Oxycontin (Oxycodone Continuous) is an extended release opiate pain medication that does not contain acetaminophen and lasts much longer than oxycodone.

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booter46 18 Sep 2010

100% correct.

christineATU 18 Sep 2010

Thanks Booter. Feel free to jump in anytime! :-)

Jetj 18 Apr 2017

I'm really confused I am taking 15 mg roxy oxycotin and if I take a 80mg oxycotin will it show up the same on a drug screen? free discount card

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