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Old 04-21-2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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hello, iam rx'd 15mg oxycodone ir ....wondering if anybody else is on this med and noticed a difference between different generics of this med.

 
Old 04-21-2011, 01:55 PM   #2
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Re: oxycodone

I know some people may think I'm nutz but when I used to be prescribed Percocet, I DEFINITELY did sense a difference. Unfortunately, I haven't had anything like that recently, so I don't know if things have changed or not. Best of Luck!
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I use the 15mg. IR. for breakthrough pain. I just had this discussion with my pharacist. I told her that script I got was awful. It causes sweating so ad that I could just add shampoo to my hair it gets so wet. She told me that they would try to keep the other brand in stock for me. She also said that if it still bother me, to have my doctor write the script for capsules and I won't have the same problems. something to think about....especially since I have two months before I see my PM.

 
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Re: oxycodone

I think that the differences are usually imperceptible -but some people do make the claim. Much of it is a cognitive 'preference' more than anything else.

'Watson' is a manufacturer of many CII-III medications. Generally, their products have very high patient satisfaction.

 
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I do preser Watson. The pilss are always steady in the delivery and the side effects were slim to none. Unfortuantely the last two batches of the 15 mg. have been made by Mallicorp. And we all know what a high standard we hold that co. in!

 
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