Yes, OxyContin commonly causes constipation called opioid-induced constipation (OIC). Learn what you can do to help ease constipation symptoms caused by opioid medications here.
Both hydrocodone and oxycodone provide good pain relief…but oxycodone withdrawal is more severe. Review similarities and differences to choose between hydrocodone and oxycodone here.
Yes, Adderall has been associated with weight loss. But it is not known to increase or speed up metabolism. Instead, experts think that Adderall suppresses appetite. More on how amphetamines work here.
No, Tramadol does not have codeine or opiates in it. Tramadol is similar to codeine, but it is a synthetic drug. In fact, Tramadol acts like an opiate but is called an opioid. More on Tramadol ingredients here.
Percocet and Vicodin provide relatively equal amounts of pain relief. But Percocet is way more expensive. More on similarities and differences in the face-off between Percocet vs Vicodin here.
Acute symptoms of OxyContin withdrawal are over in 10 days or less. But what about withdrawal symptoms that persist months later? We present the facts on withdrawal from Oxy’s here.
Hydrocodone shows up on drug tests. And it can stay in the hair for up to 90 days. Learn more about the length of time hydrocodone stays in the body here.
Tramadol action time varies by dose and route of administration. If you are in pain, we offer an explanation of when you can expect Tramadol to work here.
No, OxyContin is made of oxycodone without formulation combinations. Learn which other brands combine oxycodone with acetaminophen or aspirin here.
Can Tramadol cause euphoria? Yes. But it rarely does. In fact, Tramadol is thought to reduce risk of drug addiction to prescription pills. More on how Tramadol works and how it can get you high here.