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What is ocycotton? What are the side effects?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
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In brief: Oxycontin

Oxycodone is a powerful pain-killer related to morphine and heroin.
It can make you nauseated and constipated in the short run, or kill you if you take too much. It is also powerfully addictive and should only be used for really bad pain, and as little as possible. Good luck.

In brief: Oxycontin

Oxycodone is a powerful pain-killer related to morphine and heroin.
It can make you nauseated and constipated in the short run, or kill you if you take too much. It is also powerfully addictive and should only be used for really bad pain, and as little as possible. Good luck.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Dr. Kenneth Choquette
Pain Management
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In brief: Oxycodone SR

Oxycodone is the synthetic opioid that is found in percocet.
Oxycontin is a sustained release preparation of the same powerful analgesic narcotic. It is used to treat severe chronic pain when other options fail to do so. It shouldn't be used in narcotic-nieve patients and only under the monitored supervision of a physician comfortable with that type medication.

In brief: Oxycodone SR

Oxycodone is the synthetic opioid that is found in percocet.
Oxycontin is a sustained release preparation of the same powerful analgesic narcotic. It is used to treat severe chronic pain when other options fail to do so. It shouldn't be used in narcotic-nieve patients and only under the monitored supervision of a physician comfortable with that type medication.
Dr. Kenneth Choquette
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