OxyContin 10 mg: High and Side Effects
OxyContin is a brand name drug, with the generic name oxycodone, and it’s classified as an opioid pain medication. Opioid pain medicines are also described as narcotics, and it’s available only by prescription to treat pain ranging from moderate to severe.
Unlike many other opioids, OxyContin is meant to be used in patients whose pain is anticipated to be long-lasting, and it’s an around-the-clock treatment, rather than an “as-needed” pain medicine.
There are different doses available of Oxycontin, including OxyContin 10 mg, and the following provides an overview of information regarding the OxyContin 10 mg high, OxyContin 10 mg side effects, and the differences in OxyContin 10 mg vs. Percocet 10 mg.
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