Oxycontin OC 80mg
$390.00 – $4,975.00
Oxycodone is an analgesic opioid medication that is generally used for the relief of moderate-to-severe pain. It was first developed by German researchers in 1916 from opium-derived thebaine (1). Oxycontin was approved by the FDA in 1995, and was introduced into the United States market in 1996 (2).
What is OxyContin?
OxyContin can be described as an opioid medication that is often known as a Narcotic. OxyContin is a powerful prescription medicine that is used when an opioid medication is required to control extreme pain that requires continuous, ongoing treatment with an opioid in cases where other treatments for pain like non-opioid pain medications or immediate-release opioid drugs don’t effectively treat your pain or do not work for you.
It is not recommended to take OxyContin in the case of serious asthma or breathing issues or blockage of your stomach or your intestines.
The use of oxycodone during pregnancy can result in life-threatening withdrawal symptoms for the baby.
The risk of fatal side effects is higher when you take OxyContin in conjunction in combination with alcohol or other medications that induce drowsiness or slow your breathing.
Before you start taking this medicine, make sure to consult your doctor.
It is not recommended to use OxyContin if your body is allergic to oxycodone or you are suffering from:
- severe asthma or breathing issues severe asthma
- A blockage in your stomach, or your intestines
It is not recommended to use OxyContin unless you already use an opioid similar to it and are comfortable with it.
OxyContin is not recommended for children younger than 11.
To ensure this medicine is suitable for you, inform your physician if you’ve previously had:
- Breathing issues sleep apnea
- A head injury, or seizures
- Alcohol or drug addiction or mental illness
- Kidney or liver disease
- Problems with urination or
- Issues with your gallbladder, pancreas, or thyroid
If you take OxyContin when you are expecting, your baby could develop a dependence on the drug. It could trigger dangerous withdrawal symptoms in the newborn after it’s born. Infants who are dependent on opioids might require medical attention for a few weeks.
Consult a physician before taking oxycodone when you are nursing. Inform your doctor if you notice significant drowsiness, or an inability to breathe for the nursing infant.
What is the best way to use OxyContin?
Use OxyContin exactly as directed. Follow the instructions on your prescription label, and go through all the medication guides. Do not take oxycodone in greater quantities or for a longer period than prescribed. Consult your physician if you notice an increase in your desire to take more of the drug.
Don’t share opioids with anyone else, particularly one who has an addiction history or addiction. MISUSE CAN CAUSE ADDICTION, OVERDOSE, OR DEATH. Make sure the medication is stored at a location where others aren’t able to access it. Giving away or selling opioid medication is a violation of the law.
Stop taking any other 24-hour opioid pain medication once you begin taking extended-release OxyContin.
Take the tablet in its entirety to prevent the risk of a fatal overdose. Do not crush, chew, dissolve, or break.
Do not crush or break the OxyContin tablet so that you can inhale the powder, or mix it with liquid to inject this drug in your vein. It could cause death.
Place in a cool, dry place away from moisture, heat, and light. Make sure you keep track of the medicine. Oxycodone is a substance of abuse. You should be aware of anyone using the medicine in a way that is not legal or without a prescription.
Do not store any of the leftover opioid medications. One dose could cause the death of someone taking the medication in error or incorrectly. Find out from your pharmacist how to find a disposal program that takes back the medicine. If there’s no take-back program, then flush your empty medicine down the drain.
What if I miss a dose?
Because OxyContin is a painkiller and pain, it’s unlikely to skip the dose. Do not miss any doses when it’s time to take the next dose. Do not take two doses at once.
How do I react if take too much?
For medical emergencies, seek emergency treatment or contact emergency medical attention or call the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222. An oxycodone overdose could be fatal, particularly in children or anyone else who takes the drug without a prescription. Overdose symptoms can include extreme dizziness, pupils that are numb and slow breathing. It could also mean not breathing
A doctor may suggest getting Naloxone (a medicine that reverses an overdose of opioids) and carrying it in your bag throughout the day. The person who is caring for you may give naloxone when you are unable to breathe or if you don’t get up. The caregiver should still seek medical attention in the event of an emergency. They may have to perform CPR (cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) on you as they wait for assistance to arrive.
You can purchase naloxone at pharmacies or your local health department. Everyone who cares for you must understand where you store naloxone, and how to make use of it.
What should I stay clear of while taking OxyContin?
Don’t drink alcohol. Risky side effects or even death may occur.
Beware of operating machinery and driving until you understand the effects of oxycodone on your body. Drowsiness or extreme drowsiness could cause accidents or falls.
Avoid medication errors. Always verify the strength and brand of oxycodone purchased from your pharmacy.
OxyContin side effects
Contact a medical professional immediately If you notice symptoms of an OxyContin-related allergic reaction such as hives; difficulty breathing or swelling of your lips, face, and tongue.
Opioid medication can sluggish or stop breathing and even cause death. The person who is caring for you must administer Naloxone and/or seek medical attention if there is prolonged breathing, pauses in your breathing, or blue-colored lips or if you find it difficult to get up.
Contact your doctor immediately if you are suffering from:
- Loud breathing, sighing breath that is shallow, and breath that stops when you sleep
- A slow heart rate, or an irregular pulse
- A feeling of lightheadedness, as if you’re passing out
- The mind, or unusual thoughts, or behavior
- Seizure (convulsions)
- Low levels of cortisol – nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting increasing tiredness or weakness
- Serotonin levels are high within the body, causing hallucinations, agitation sweating, shivering high heart rate, stiff muscles, shaking, loss of coordination nausea, vomiting diarrhea
The presence of serious breathing issues is more common in older adults as well as those who are disabled or suffer from wasting syndrome or chronic breathing conditions.
The long-term use of opioids could impact fertility (the ability for having children) for women or men. It is unclear if the effects of opioids on fertility are permanent.
Common OxyContin adverse effects could include:
- Drowsiness, headache, dizziness, tiredness; or
- Constipation, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting.
What other medications can alter the effects of OxyContin?
There is a possibility of breathing issues or withdrawal symptoms if discontinue or change the dosage of certain other medications. Talk to your doctor if are also taking an antifungal or antibiotic blood pressure or heart medications, seizure medication, or medication to treat HIV or Hepatitis C.
Opioid medications can interact with a variety of other medications and can cause deadly side effects or even death. Make sure to inform your doctor that you also take:
- Medicine for allergies or colds such as bronchodilator asthma/COPD medicine or a diuretic (“water pill”)
- Medications to treat motion sickness IBS, motion sickness, or bladder overactivity
- Other opioids, such as prescription cough medicine
- A sedative similar to Valium – diazepam alprazolam, Lorazepam, Xanax, Klonopin, Versed, and more
- substances that induce sleep or cause breathing to slow down like a sleeping pill medication to relax muscles, treat mental illnesses as well as
- Serotonin-related drugs can alter the concentrations in the body. a stimulant or medication for Parkinson’s disease, depression migraine headaches, serious illnesses, nausea, or vomiting
Why is it illegal to buy Oxycontin without Prescription?
Buying Oxycontin without a prescription or relying on self-medicating could be risky and have negative health effects. The buying of medicines without a prescription from a doctor who is authorized is in violation of the law and may be dangerous. Due to the possibility of dependence and abuse, Oxycontin, also known as clonazepam, is a controlled medication.
How to buy Oxycontin Online without a Prescription Even when it’s Illegal?
Consult a qualified doctor who can let you buy, provide an accurate diagnosis, and recommend the most effective course of action in case you believe you need a medicine such as Oxycontin. It is always advisable to place your health first and obtain drugs in a manner that is safe and legal.
10, 30, 60, 100, 200