• Do oxycodone lose potency

    Nov 08,  · No, they lose potency over time as they get old. There are a lot of reasons why a dose may seem stronger than others mainly due to how much you ate recently as well as other variables. So chances are they just felt it was stronger for another reason because meds dont get stronger over time. Jul 28,  · Yes, it should have an expiration date on the bottle. Usually it is set for about a year on opiate pain meds. The deal is that after the expiration date . Nov 11,  · It can make it less potent. It would be better to get a new Rx. If you have kept a bottle around for so many years you are not a drug seeker. You may point that out to your Drs. Oxycodone is a prescription narcotic medication used for moderate to severe pain. to "Focus on Pharmacology," oxycodone with a fatty meal can increase its absorption by up to 27 percent. However, you must be wise when your fatty foods, as foods high in saturated fats can lead to increased risk of heart disease. The shelf-life of oxycodone is three years if it is stored correctly at 25 degrees C or below. After three years, its potency is likely to diminish, but it may remain effective. Oxycodone is generally used as a painkiller and is absorbed quickly into the blood. Oxycodone is an opium-based medication that is more potent than morphine. Do not use the extended-release form of oxycodone to relieve pain that is mild or that will go away in a few days. This medication is not for ("as needed") use. How to use Oxycodone HCL ER. Jan 14,  · The answer is "yes, though it may have lost some or all of its potency."" agreed for the nth time. my grandfather was the chemist who invented percocet and he's said time and again, that other than a few exceptions, medication will never become unsafe, it just loses its effecy over time.
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