Every now and then i know its kind of hard to tell but Im still alive and well
I have heard good and bad things about Opana. I have a friend who uses it. He said his tolerance went way up, real quick. I've also read that it does amazing things for pain when one first starts taking them.
sambob_us by the way) claim that "frying" the stuff burns it off. Also there were many, many testimonials to the effectiveness of the microwave method. So factor that in.
I did a little googling on EmergenC. It's basically a big dose of Vit C, some minerals and Vit B all in a powdered orange juice mix.
All that said, I also would be curious if anyone has tried this method.
@chemicalchart: u need but ten posts. hmmm. so, how long in freezer? or microwave? and, which do u recommend?
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@Fanbased: so, how does it feel to play with the big boys? such as @Keith K Stone. @naynay.
and, i like ur answer for breakthrough. me, as well. prescribed.
now, lets get u pipped up. next.
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This is almost totally right. There are some pharmacies that have not sold any Oxy 80s in 8 months, there are. I am in a high demand area (everone gets 30s from pill mills) for pain meds, and it seems like everyother person on the street is on pain meds including 80s. Still even in a place like that i know for sure 2 months ago a place had the old formula. It was a Walgreens, they call it generic now (walgrens for thier own internal language, no one else usees this term far as i know. You can call or walk and ask for generic because of the money if you wanted. they are not as commonly scripted as we think on this forumm (or any forum)
I'm leaving tomorrow for 3 days for job purposes. I'll be flying on little tiny planes to 4 different airports to do my work. I'm travelling without meds. I'm hurting already just thinking about it. I'll obviously be going through some withdrawals. I'll be back here throughout my weekend for y'alls support. I can feel myself already turning into a little b****. Cheers
I've been in 7 planes and 2 hotels so far. Pain is mostly from missing the wife and kids. Withdrawals are not as overwhelming as I thought. Hard to sleep. The lack of my three favorite people is the worst part of it.
The new op's suck. Can't stand them, they don't provide relief like the old ones and as other mentioned the pain management is very up and down
@pcguyusa: what? u don't miss us? why, sir, we miss u, by golly.
yeah, i just went cold turkey last month. i used atenolol and benadryl to sleep in lieu of anti-anxiety. i had a few pain meds as i needed them when i broke my leg 2 months ago. argh.
i would never sleep on a public transport. i live in a state that taught us not to trust them. if u r asleep, u r at the mercy of strangers. i just need to be awake to help. to pray. to know what is going on.
@Fanbased: i am glad u have them in ur heart now. it is hard to be away. having that love and support is such a big plus in helping u. so glad for u. sorry about kicking.
feel better both of u.
Hello friends. It's been nearly a month, and I've come to my own conclusion on the new OP formula. I don't like it. I had some hellish withdrawals when I ran out. It seemed that they surpassed any other withdrawals I've had before. Obviously my body got used to the somewhat steady flow of 80mgs of oxy. The weird thing is it didn't seem like the withdrawals should have been that bad because pain relief and euphoria weren't that great. It was a very uneven trade, if you will. I didn't expect how physical they were either. Very unpleasant indeed. So there it is. No more OP for me amigos. Cheers.
It's somewhat off topic but I need to ask. What exactly does OP stand for? OC80 I get, ER, IR etc I know, but what does the OP actually stand for?
The OP thing stands for "Oxy-Purdue". Perhaps they wanted their name on their pills like other brand companies, who knows..
I thought it was Oxy Plastic since they added some plastic binders in the new formula. They are still called oxycontin though at a pharmacy.
I liked the old version better, and wish they would give us the choice of what kind we want. Oc's were great for intense pain but I do like that the ops last longer, but I need to take more ops then the OCs