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Oxycodone is a fast-acting opioid analgesic (pain reliever) used in patients to relieve moderate to moderately severe physical pain. Oxycodone is used to relieve extreme pain in patients who are expected to need analgesic (pain medication) around the clock for long period and cannot be treated with any other medication. Patients who need this medication can Order Oxycodone onlineÂ with overnight delivery from our pharmacy.
Oxycodone is a class of medications called opioid analgesics. Oxycodone changes the way how the brain reacts to the pain messages that the body sends to the brain. Â It is a quick pain reliever and can easily relieve severe pain. Older adults might be more sensitive to the side effects of Oxycodone as it is a quick pain reliever. Oxycodone is used for long term or short term according to the medical condition of the patient or according to the response of the patient.
Dosage instructions for Oxycodone:
Follow the dosage instructions carefully when you Order Oxycodone online. The first dosage of Oxycodone should be fewer or according to the severity of pain. Older adults or those who are sensitive to this medication should take less amount of Oxycodone is their dosage. The patient should always take the medicine as described by the professional and no changes should be made in dosage by the patient.
The patient should not stop this medication suddenly as it may cause withdrawal effects. When the medicine is supposed to be stopped then the patient should lower the dosage of Oxycodone from time to time. Take the medicine orally (by mouth) and do not crush, chew, or break the tablet when you Order Oxycodone online.
Before taking this medication, the person should make sure he is not allergic to Oxycodone or any other opioid and do not have any other medical condition in which Oxycodone is not advised.
Common side effects of Oxycodone include:
- Dry mouth
- Trouble falling asleep
If these side effects are not moderate, they may go away within a few days or couple of weeks. If they are more severe or do not go away over time, then contact your health care provider.