I have read the posts for about a week now. I've read where some people have taken everything around but, i have not heard anyone say anything about opana er. Is it new? My dr gave it to me to swap my off the hydros but it was just was too strong for me. Let me hear if anyone has had any experence with it. Thanks and happy Easter to you all.
when i could not find oxycontin i would take opana er 40mg. opana(oxymorphone) is about twice as potent as oxycodone. they are rather new i believe they came out in 2002? could be wrong but they are extremely strong and are addictive
10mg of an opana is much strong then a hydrocodone 7.5...10mg of opana is like 20mg oxycontin and around 30 of morphine..opana is extremely potent i have no clue why your doctor would do it...i was on around 130mg a day of oxycontin and i would sniff 20mg of oxy and a opana 40 and i would be on my ***..even off just an opana 20 i would be okay so i recommend asking to go down
hi i have been on opana er 7.5 miligrams twice a day for about 2 months now . prior to that is was on oxy ir 10 miligrams 4 times a day . i dont see any change it is like taking a tic tac plus im up all night. oxyir i think helped more than opana er.
I hate opana ER, especially the reformulation. I take them as prescribed with little to no pain relief and terrible side effects. They tear up my stomach and give me horrible indigestion. Yet, my DR wont switch me to something different.
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