hey BLUE777, i was the one who posted about the OP imprint inStead of the OC imprint. without even knowing what the imprint was i asked the pharmacist [who i have a good relationship with] since they added more dosage strenghts [i got the 60mg as a replacement for MScontin 100mg due to morphine tolerance] if they had a generic equivilant for the new ones. he told me that they had re-formulated the brand and ther were no generics yet.[i did not catch all of what he said clearly since it was through the drive-through intercom]. from what i can tell, eventhough it's been a long time since i have taken oxycontin, it seems to be a bit different in the initial release time. it takes longer to get going. i do not think they should change a effective pain drug because it might end up in a addicts hands, i think they should make sure people who are perscribed the drug are not diverting it by random med checks or a established trust between doctor and patient. the pain-patient should not get the short end of the stick because dummies inject or snort it. i have recently learned there is a website that gives instructions and tips for illict use.
L4,L5,S1 bilateral Laminectomies, Foraminotomies 2002
L4-S1 PLIF with instumentation 2008,
current Rx: OxyContin 60mg 2x, Dilaudid 8mgs [brand] 4x p.r.n. brk., Phenergan 25mg 3x prn nausea, Lyrica 75mg 2x,Adderall 20mgs 1x A.M., Soma 350 mg 3X, Relafen 1000mg 1x, Klonopin 1mg H.S. or prn anxiety Supplements: CO-Q10 100mg, Vitamin D 2000IU, Fish-Oil1000mg EFA, B-Complex50 3x/day, GABA 750mg