Schedule 2 narcotic pain killer.
There are many differences between heroin and OxyContin. A few simple differences are heroin is an opioid and illegal. OxyContin is a narcotic and legal.
Oxycontin is a narcotic pain killer and narcotics are respiratory depressants so, no.
OxyContin is a type of narcotic pain reliever that may be habit-forming. OxyContin most commonly comes in pill form of various strengths.
Percocet and Oxycontin contain the same narcotic -- oxycodone -- only difference is Percocet contains Tylenol and Oxycontin is just straight up oxycodone.
There is no equals to it!!! Oxycontin is an opiate. Acetaminophen is a non-narcotic over-the-counter pain releiver.
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To boost the painkilling potential, and to reduce the need for a stronger narcotic.
Oxycontin is a Schedule II narcotic. Anything you buy online will be illegal in the USA without a prescription from a medical provider.
Yes; however, you will nedd to take less of each drug. Both are prescribed for pain relief and work similar on the opiate receptors of the brain. Darvocet is a schedule IV narcotic and much milder than Oxycontin. Oxycontin is a schedule II narcotic and much stronger than darvocet. It really would not make too much sense to take both together because the Oxycontin will over power the effects of darvocet. Be very careful when combining different narcotic pain relievers.
Oxycontin is the brand name of narcotic pain medication. The generic name is oxycodone and it will show up in a urine test as an opiate...
OxyContin is an opiate and when used as a street drug it is equal to heroin. It is a narcotic pain reliever. It can cause intense euphoria similar to morphine. Today's prescribed OxyContin has a binder so it has extended release proprieties.
No, Oxycontin is an opioid (narcotic) medication, not a barbiturate. It is used for medium to severe pain. Because Oxycontin can be addictive, make sure it is taken exactly as the doctor prescribed it.
The most widely abused narcotic are prescription pain killers. OxyContin is the most commonly abused prescription drug. Sedatives are a close second.
Opiates made from Opiate Poppy. Narcotic painkillers, Morphine, Heroin, Oxycontin,etc.
The trademark name for the narcotic analgesic is spelled OxyContin.It is a time release form of the drug oxycodone.
Yes definitely. Demerol is a class II controlled substance narcotic along with Oxycontin and Dilaudid. Vicodin is a class III controlled substance narcotic.
Yes, you will still get the effects of Oxycontin while taking methadone. However, since methadone and Oxycontin are both very strong members of the narcotic family taking them togather could cause a potentially fatal overdose.
You cannot take this drug while you are pregnant. This is considered a narcotic. Any narcotics are harmful for your baby.
No. Oxycontin contains Oxycodone and a few fillers, and Dilaudid contains an opiate called Hydromorphone, a more potent narcotic. But as far as both of them being opiates, that's the only similarity.
schedule 4 not sure where you live but in the UNITED STATES this is a schedule 2 narcotic and in some states a schedule 1.
Yes. Oxycontin is a drug which has a legitimate medical use as a painkiller for people who have some painful medical condition (whether chronic or acute). If it is used for recreational purposes, then it is a bad drug, because it is an addictive narcotic.
In a way, yes. If you have a psychological or physical addiction to the narcotic your mind can CREATE pain in an effort to get the narcotic. Also, your pain can seem worse after or between doses of medicine....it's called blowback or rebound pain.
OxyContin is a narcotic drug that is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. It is generally prescribed for long term ongoing pain.