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THE GENERIC NAME FOR OPANA IS OXYMOPHONE. OXYMORPHONE IS GIVEN ORALLY IN EITHER ER (EXTENDED RELEASE), OR IR (IMMEDIATE RELEASE) IT IS VERY HIGHLY ADDICTIVE. MOST ABUSERS CRUSH AND SNORT IT LIKE OC USERS. SOME ALSO INJECT IT. I WAS AN ADDICT FOR EIGHT YEARS. AND A FUNCTIONING ONE AT THAT. BUT ONCE I ESCALATED TO OPANA, WITHIN THREE MONTHS I WAS COMPLETELY OUT OF IT. I COULD NO LONGER DO MY JOB OR SUPPORT MY WIFE AND CHILD IN ANY OTHER WAY.
Your doctor and insurance company WANTED you to have oxymorphone? MAN! Where do I sign up? I understand it didn't agree with you. But I haven't met a narcotic I didn't love. Just once I'd like to have a doctor say to me, "Sorry, Tom, but I'm going to have to force you to accept this script for Numorphine, whether you like it or not." Force me, doc, force me! Thomas P.S. Oxymorphone seems to only come here in the states as an injectable or suppository.
Meperidine (Demerol) 10-20mg.........Methadone 20mg..............Oxycodone (Oxycontin, Percocet) 10mg..............Oxymorphone (Numorphan) 200-300mg.....Propoxyphene (Darvocet) 150mg............Tramadol (Ultram, Ultracet) Sub has some great uses...a person who will relapse without it is better off on it as they stay off the streets..if the inner work is done on their self they can one day get off the sub//but it will not be wd free if used over the 3 week mark..
valeriam root is in green tea but they have a really good natural sleep aid with valriuam root, melatonin, gaba, and theanine, called knockout it works for me sometimes but like i said before im really screwed up
3-methyl-oxymorphone. It could also be described as 14-hydroxy-7,8-dihydro-codeinone. It is principally supplied as its hydrochloride salt: oxycodone hydrochloride. The terephtalate salt of oxycodone is present in some formulations such as Percodan as 7.6 per cent of the weight of the oxycodone salts content of the product, viz. 5 mg of oxycodone in Percodan is 4.62 mg hydrochloride and 0.38 mg terephtlalate. There does not appear to be a significant difference in the action of the salts.
Tapering is different for everybody as there is no test to figure just how addicted you are and what the minimum amount to get you through the day is. I am currently weening off of oxymorphone on a plan with my doctor with a clonidine patch. I am starting out cutting my dose by 1/4 with the patch and it seems to be going well so far(Day three). By day five I will be at 50%. By day 10 I will be at 75% or 1/4 of my normal dose.
The Opana (oxymorphone) I take is 2 times stronger than percocet. However, despite this revelation that percocet is more than 1.5 times the strength of norco, it is not too strong of a leap for you. Many people are prescribed percocet who don't take opioids on a regular basis for things such as dental procedures or post surgery pain. Less than 1% of chronic pain patients get addicted to their pain medication.
Take it from someone who has experienced heroin, methadone, oxycodone, oxymorphone and any other withdrawal you could imagine. Typical opiate withdrawal lasts 3-5 days for the worst of it but due to tramadols reuptake inhibition of serotonin it acts as an anti depressant as well so when you think you've been taking a pain pill, you've also been taking an anti depressant.
Methadone, Codeine, Morphine, Oxycodone, oxymorphone, Dihydrocodeine, Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Dextromoramide(do you guys get that gear in USA,its a buzz)Fentanyl and Buprenorphine. spooky........
I dont know much about meth other than its a pain in the ass to come off All I can suggest is that you change the way you eat, dirnk alot of water and juices, green teas, alot of vitamins and supplements...and a multi vitamin All of this helps but takes a while fo ryour body to adjust without or a taper...... Exercise helps too get the body moving again....get it used to doing things slowly..babysteps.. Hang in there..and someone will be around evenutally taht has more information on meth...
You do realize that opana is oxymorphone and the reason you are not feeling withdrawals is because you are feeding a very strong opiate into your system. Of course you will feel better, but once you stop the opana, you are going to start the wd process all over again. Does your doc know what you are doing? I dont understand why a doctor would prescribe a strong opiate to help combat opiate wd syndrom?!?!? I know its tough bud, Im on day 18 of no suboxone, and its been a ride.
im 23 years old and ive been on 200mg of methadone for a year. the only way ive noticed i can get high is if i mix klonopin with it. but no more will i do that. i watched my friend overdose on this combination and if i hadnt been there to give him c.p.r. he would be dead right now. so please dont **** around with that ****, and if you are on methadone get off it as soon as you can.
Oxycodone, oxymorphone (Opana), hydrocodone (opioid in Vicodin) and other less common ones are semi-synthetic, derived in part from thebaine (a small part of what is in natural opium). The only true synthetics that are common for us with chronic pain are the fentanyl family (Fentanyl, Sufentanil, Alfentanil, etc.) and methadone, which are come from very different chemical processes. The chemistry is not too complicated, if you have any background in it.
it also would be a good idea to start your own post....
Morphine 20mg..............Oxycodone (Oxycontin, Percocet) 10mg..............Oxymorphone (Numorphan) 200-300mg.....Propoxyphene (Darvocet) 150mg............
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