Roxi is Roxicodone. Unless I'm mistaken, it's immediate release oxycodone. Think of it as percocet without the tylenol, or oxycontin that's not timed release. Either way it's nasty stuff and shouldn't be messed with.
is roxicontin morphine i heard it was and just wondered. my girl friend has to take them for here back and keeps telling me it is not morpine thanks for any information. i sooo believe she has become addicted, but doesnt want 2 believe it is
My name is caitlin I have a boyfriend who used to do heroin - he's been clean from heroin for four months now!(very proud) but his doctor prescribed him roxys ---- now he has no insurance and is taking two a day --- but it's completely draining our funds he wants to get off of them and had requested 5 days off to detox because his work won't allow him more time- are there any thoughts or advice that can help him through this- and he also can't afford suboxin if that matters. And really doesn't want to use it. I've never done anything like this and I'm trying to understand this better so I can be as helpful as possible through this process.
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