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Safe Oxycontin Pregnant
Yes: Most, if not all, pain meds are considered safe in pregnancy and post-partum to provide pain relief for the mom. However, we know that small amounts of the drug cross the placenta or pass into the breast milk, so the question isn't really if Oxycontin is safe to take, but is it necessary to take. There are other, less potent meds that will provide adequate pain relief without medicating the baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I am 32 weeks pregnant and am having horrible sciataca and back pain from a car accident a few years ago. I took a 30mg oxycontin that I still had from an old prescription. I'm wondering if this will effect my baby or any drug test that may be administere
Yes, it will: Pregnancy causes many changes in the body and can both be a source of new back pain and aggravate existing back pain. Opiate pain medication will pass directly into your baby's blood, and regular use in pregnancy can actually cause addiction and a withdrawal syndrome in the child, so opiates are not a preferred pain med in pregnancy. Your obstetrician or primary doc has other ways to help. ...Read more
Can a side effect of oxycotin be severe migraine with vomiting the next morning or should I be worried about being pregnant?
Oxycontin: Common things happen commonly. Worry about being pregnant. ...Read more
Is it safe to take oxycontin long term? I have chronic pain and was just put on it but have only heard horro stories about people using it.
Oxyneo/oxycontin for around-the-clock, ms*ir morphine for breakthrough - is this a safe combination?
I am 65 year old male on 200mg twice daily oxycontin, have been on 5 years is it safe to swap to targin. Oxy / naloxone. Have heard not safe?
In hospital they are giving me OxyContin on top of the fentanyl patch is this safe? 20mg oxy twice 25 fentanyl
Oxy and fentanyl: So if I understand this they gave you two long acting medications at the same time. If this is true this is a dangerous practice and not safe at all. ...Read more
Is it safe in regards to serotonin levels to take very little Cocaine (0,05 grams) while prescribed oxycontin 200mg and valium 10mg everyday? Thanks!
Drug Addiction: You are taking very high doses of Oxycontin. You clearly have an addiction issue and I would strongly recommend that you do not use cocaine but rather seek medical help for drug addiction. Good Luck as life is too precious to waste and you are so young. Get some help before it is too late. ...Read more
Is it safe to take oxycontin, 20mg ER tab twice a day, for my IBS with pain. For smooth muscle relaxant and pain with spasms. Could i go to 30mg.?
Ask your doc: All medication changes especially when dealing with a controlled substance should be discussed with your physician. Medication to medication interactions, medication side effects, and your specific medical conditions must all be taken into account in order to advise you properly. ...Read more
I take Humira, (adalimumab) 100mgNycynta(5) & 10mg Oxycontin (3)for AS & SI joint pain. Are there other safer options for pain? I have gut/esophagus issues as well
Pain control: That sounds like a fairly common pain med schedule. Perhaps discuss changing the OxyContin to Nucynta (tapentadol)ER with Nucynta (tapentadol) immediate release for use as needed for breakthrough pain. Nucynta (tapentadol) has less side effects (especially in the gut) and that might be a benefit for you. Hope that helps! ...Read more
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