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ROXICODONE® is intended for the management of moderate to severe pain in patients who require treatment with an oral opioid analgesic. The dose should be individually adjusted according to severity of pain, patient response and patient size.
What is Roxicodone?
The drug Roxicodone, also known as an opioid painkiller sometimes referred to as a Narcotic.
Roxicodone is a strong prescription pain medicine that is used for treating moderate to severe pain. It can be used to control the pain when other treatment options, such as non-opioid pain medication are ineffective to manage the pain or if you can’t accept other treatment options.
Patients who suffer from chronic pain must be prescribed their medication daily to stop the recurrence of pain, rather than taking care of the pain once it has happened.
Roxicodone is available in tablets that are immediate-release and is available in 5 mg, 15, mg, and 30 mg strengths.
The transition from immediate-release tablets and extended-release tablets must be accompanied by careful monitoring for any signs of excessive drowsiness and breathlessness.
- It is not recommended to use Roxicodone when you suffer from severe asthma or breathing issues or a blockage in your bowels or suffer from a narrowing of your stomach or the intestines.
- MISUSE OF ROXICODONE CAN CAUSE ADDICTION, OVERDOSE, OR DEATH. Make sure to keep the medicine in a location that is secure and where no one else can access it
- The use of Roxicodone during pregnancy can cause withdrawal symptoms that could be life-threatening for the infant
- The risk of fatal side effects is higher when you take Roxicodone in combination with alcohol or with other medications that can cause drowsiness or slow breathing
- Before you start taking this medicine, make sure to consult your doctor
- You shouldn’t take Roxicodone in case you have an allergy to oxycodone or you are suffering from
- Serious asthma or breathing problems
- An obstruction in the stomach or intestines
- It is best not to take Roxicodone unless you’re using an opioid medication similar to this and you are tolerant of it
- The majority of brands of oxycodone are banned for use by individuals under the age of 18 years of age
To ensure that Roxicodone is suitable for you, inform your doctor that you suffer from:
- Breathing issues sleep apnea, breathing problems
- A head injury or seizures
- Addiction to alcohol or drugs or mental illness
- Kidney or liver disease
- Problems with urination
- Problems with your gallbladder thyroid, or pancreas
If you take oxycodone when you are expecting, your child could develop a dependence on the medication. This could cause withdrawal symptoms that can be life-threatening for the infant after it is born. Infants who are dependent on opioids could require medical attention for a few weeks.
What should I do with Roxicodone?
Use Roxicodone exactly as directed by your physician. Follow the instructions on your prescription label and go through all the medication instructions. Don’t use Roxicodone in greater amounts or for longer than what is prescribed. Inform your doctor if have a strong urge to consume more Oxycodone.
Do not share your opioid medication with a person, especially those who have a history of substance abuse 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 opioids is prohibited by law.
Take Roxicodone in conjunction with food.
Take the tablet in whole and swallow it to avoid exposing yourself to the risk of a fatal overdose. Avoid crushing, chewing, or dissolving tablets.
Do not crush or break tablets to breathe the powder, or mix it with a liquid that you can inject in your vein. It could result in the death of a person.
It is not recommended to stop taking Roxicodone abruptly. Follow your doctor’s advice on increasing your dosage.
Place in a cool, dry place away from moisture, heat, and light. Be sure to keep track of your medication. Roxicodone can be a drug that is abused and you must be aware of anyone taking the medicine in a way that is not legal or without the prescription.
What happens if I miss a dose?
Because Roxicodone is used to treat pain it is unlikely to skip the dose. Don’t miss a dose if it’s almost time to take your next dose. Don’t take two doses at once.
What happens when I take too much?
Get medical attention immediately or make a call to emergency medical attention or call the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222. A fatal overdose of Roxicodone could cause death, particularly for children or any other person who is taking the drug without a prescription. The symptoms of an overdose can include dizziness, pupils that are narrow and slow breathing. It could also mean not breathing.
The doctor might suggest getting Naloxone (a medication to treat an overdose of opioids) and carry it on hand always. The person who is caring for you could give Naloxone if you cease breathing or you don’t wake. Your caregiver needs to get medical assistance in an emergency and might need to administer CPR (cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) on you as they wait for assistance to arrive.
You can purchase naloxone at the local pharmacy or health department. Be sure that anyone who cares for you is aware of where you store naloxone, and how to utilize it.
What should I be aware of when taking Roxicodone?
Avoid drinking alcohol. Death or dangerous side effects could result.
Beware of operating machinery and driving until you understand the extent to which Roxicodone can affect your body. Drowsiness or extreme dizziness can result in falls and other accidents.
Avoid medication errors. Always verify the strength and brand of the oxycodone you buy from your pharmacy.
Roxicodone side effects
Contact a medical professional immediately If you notice symptoms of an allergy reaction to Roxicodone such as hives; difficulty breathing and swelling of your lips, face, and tongue.
Oxycodone may reduce or stop breathing and even cause death. Anyone who cares for you must administer the drug naloxone and seek emergency medical care if you suffer from prolonged breathing, a slow heart rate, or blue-colored lips or if it is difficult to get up.
Talk to your physician if you feel:
- Sighing, noisy breathing, deep breathing, sleeping that ceases
- A slow heart rate, or a low pulse
- A feeling of lightheadedness, as if you’re passing out
- Disorientation, strange thoughts or behaviors
- Seizure (convulsions)
Low levels of cortisol – nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, dizziness increasing tiredness or weakness or
Serotonin levels that are high within the body, cause hallucinations, agitation sweating, shivering high heart rate, stiffness of 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 problems.
Common Roxicodone side effects can include:
- Drowsiness, headache, dizziness, tiredness
- Constipation, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting
What other drugs can impact Roxicodone?
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 for treating HIV or Hepatitis C.
Oxycodone is a drug that can interact with other medications and can cause deadly side effects or even death. Check with your physician whether you are also taking:
- medicine for allergies or colds or bronchodilator asthma/COPD medications or diuretics (“water pill”)
- medicine to treat motion sickness IBS, motion sickness, or bladder overactivity
- Other opioids – prescribed cough medicines or opioids
- A sedative similar to Valium – diazepam alprazolam, Lorazepam, Xanax, Klonopin, Versed and more
- Medications that cause you to sleep or reduce your breathing rate 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 to treat Parkinson’s disease, depression migraine headaches, severe infections, nausea, and vomiting
Why is it illegal to buy Roxicodne without Prescription?
Some websites boast that their customers are secure under fake pharmacies. They claim that they import medications from various other countries in a safe manner and are well protected. However, the reality is that their medicines are not safe and are packed roughly. However, they are at risk of being counterfeit or expired.
How to buy Roxicodne Online without a Prescription Even when it’s Illegal?
Some online pharmacies do not require a prescription for medicine. They offer legal purchasing of the drugs. You can buy Roxicodone through them. There are a variety of websites that allow legal purchasing and offer ease of use and cost savings. On these websites, it is highly secure to purchase medications.
However, not all websites are the same. There are some shady websites that offer unsafe and unapproved medications. These sites claim to sell low prices and prescription medications however they are a complete fraudulent. They’re not licensed and are very dangerous.
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