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Taking oxycodone with asprin. Suggest?

I am taking oxycodone 10 with asprin witch last 4 to 6 hours I went back to work and need something in oxycodone to last 12 hours witch one is best to work with and I have no insurance so my doctor said to do my home work on this medication so when I go back I can walk in knowing some thing that I am taking care of my self bye staying informed. you charging me to help with a question you greedy your not Dr your robbers I cant believe you and you feel right about this well your day will come, you know about cause and affect right or karma you get what you deserve you are steeling from weak people GOD will pay you back, go ahead and laugh at this when something go's trebly wrong in your life this will come striate back to your memory thank for me helping you hopefully you will only have to fall once in the name of Yahweh I pray for your repentance..
Asked On : Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi there,

Thanks for your query. I understand your frustration with doctors.

The effect of oxycodone lasts for 3-6 hours.

Since the morning dose does not cover the afternoon hours, I suggest that you consult your doctor, who will either increase the morning dose of oxycodone; or, switch over to an alternative/equally effective but with longer duration of action (12hours).

Hope I have answered your query.

Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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