i've been taking these for a couple of years now and today i got some that were marked with an "op" where the ones i normally ge.t were marked with an "oc"
The new Oxycontin OP are replacing the original Oxycontin. They contain the same active ingredient Oxycodone, in a time released formulation. The only difference is that they have been specially formulated to help prevent abuse.
Even if someone tries to crush or chew them, they retain their time released properties.
Side effects are still the same: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation.
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