Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011738/004.

Names and composition

"NUMORPHAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of OXYMORPHONE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011738/004 NUMORPHAN OXYMORPHONE HYDROCHLORIDE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 5MG

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Answered questions

How do people get dilaudid and oxycotin and numorphan so easily when they are so rare and..?
Question Details: they can only be given by a totally restricted schedule II prescription? Asked by Ardella Koble 1 year ago.

They doctor shop--getting prescriptions from multiple doctors who have no idea and then hitting multiple pharmacies to get them filled. No refills are allowed--they have to go back to the doctors to get more. They'll get caught eventually. Answered by Lurline Melish 1 year ago.

Drug-seekers. They hit every emergency room in the city until someone catches on and restricts them. Then they find a way to buy them on the street. Answered by Blake Meinhart 1 year ago.


What medications are found in Opana?
I know someone that takes it and am just curious to know what it is made up of. Asked by Maragret Benes 1 year ago.

Oxymorphone (Opana, Numorphan, Numorphone) or 14-Hydroxydihydromorphinone is a powerful semi-synthetic opioid analgesic first developed in Germany circa or about 1914, patented in the USA by Endo Pharmaceuticals in 1955 and introduced to the United States market in January 1959 and other countries around the same time. It is related to morphine in the same fashion that oxycodone is to codeine, is derived from thebaine, and is approximately 6–8 times more potent than morphine. It differs from morphine in its effects in that it generates less euphoria, sedation, itching and other histamine effects. Depending on the individual patient, it can be either more or less nausea- and vomit-inducing than morphine. Please see the web page for more details on Oxymorphone (generic name) Opana (brand name). Answered by Jannet Mckeane 1 year ago.

Narcotic very addictive for pain, its the new street drug... Answered by Lashunda Caplinger 1 year ago.


Is there a prescription drug that relieves stress/pressure/relaxes, but may cause severe hallucinations?
This is NOT for me or anyone! I am writing a story, and one of the things necessary for it to work is this, and I want to make sure it exists. So is there some kind of prescription medicine that relaxes or relieves stress/emotional distress/pressure, but may cause hallucinations? Asked by Carol Labrie 1 year ago.

codeine hydromorphone (Dilaudid) levorphanol (Levo-Dromoran) methadone (Dolophine) morphine oxycodone (in Percodan) oxymorphone (Numorphan) Basically drugs that are a derivative of any opiates may have a symptom of possible hallucination. Again all narcotics carry the side affect, but I'm a senior in high school not a Dr. this is what i have just researched in just 2 minutes and found. Hope this helps! Answered by Hilma Golk 1 year ago.

Yes, it does. I don't take vicodin. I have weird things happen when I take that stuff. I guess it depends on the individual and how they react to medications. Some people can take it and some can't. Answered by Kendra Jockers 1 year ago.


I take 20mg of Oxcodone ever 6hr?
I was injured on Patrol, ripped my post tibular tendon off the bone, and tore it in another location. I also cracked other bones in my foot. I have had four nerve surgeries including extraction and bone shaving. I also had to have metal put into my foot. I also cannot walk normal because of my foot; it curls inward... Asked by Marguerita Cottone 1 year ago.

I was injured on Patrol, ripped my post tibular tendon off the bone, and tore it in another location. I also cracked other bones in my foot. I have had four nerve surgeries including extraction and bone shaving. I also had to have metal put into my foot. I also cannot walk normal because of my foot; it curls inward so my hip and knee is severally affected, because of the altered anatomy. I have had so many procedures that I can ever remember, I stopped counting after 7. Answered by Earlene Deptula 1 year ago.

What type of pain is it? What is the cause? Is it chronic or acute? Does the oxycodone work? The thing about opioids for pain is that everyone is different. Some people respond better to one drug, some people do better on another. There is also the issue of side effects, some people may find that oxycodone really helps their pain but can't tolerate the side effects. Here is a list of the most common full (or pure) opioid agonists with generalized information about them: Morphine (MS Contin, Avinza, Kadian, M-Eslon)- nothing has been shown to more more effective than morphine (ie it is the golden standard). Morphine sometimes has more side effects in some people compared to other drugs. Comes in a short and long acting form. Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet, OxyIR)- what you are taking is commonly used because it typically is highly effective and often people who have side effects from morphine tolerate oxycodone better. Comes in a short and long acting form. Oxymorphone (Opana, Numorphan)- very potent, extremely effective, not commonly used (but growing in popularity), typically has few side effects. Sometimes considered to be LESS addictive than most other opioids (wrong). Comes in a short and long acting form. Hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Exalgo, Hydromorph Contin)- the most potent commonly used semi-synthetic. Often used when first line treatments (morphine, oxycodone) fail. This is also becoming much more popular and an extended-release from (Exalgo) was just approved in The US. Sometimes considered to be MORE addictive than most other opioids (wrong). Fentanyl (Duragesic, Actiq)- the most commonly used synthetic opioid and the most potent opioid used out side of anesthesia. Extremely effective, the Duragesic patch lasts for 72hrs and Actiq is for severe breakthrough pain typically due to cancer. Often this is best for people with a very high tolerance and/or people who have not responded well to other opioids. Methadone- this is just becoming popular (again) for pain management, requires fewer doses, may be particularly useful for neuropathic pain, however methadone has more risks than most other opioids and the mortality rate from methadone is on the high side. My personal experience: Morphine- I currently take MS Contin and I have taken M-Eslon (which is in Canada only). Very effective, few mood or cognitive effects (which is most important for me), initially I had terrible nausea, and extreme, disturbing, and surreal dreams. That is why Morphine is named after the Greek God of dreams. Oxycodone- I have taken it in many forms- OxyContin, OxyIR, Percocet, Percodan. I have mixed feeling about oxycodone. It works well, I currently take OxyIR up to three times a day for break through pain however I do notice some side effects, it has more effects on mood (in a less than positive way) especially if I take it 2-3 times a day. And if I take it continuously (like with oxyContin) I tend to feel a bit dysphoric after a few days. When I first started I had terrible nausea. And when I took Percodan I did not know I had an allergy to Aspirin so the breathing problems were a pain I will admit. Oxymorphone- I took Opana and Opana ER in The US. It was highly effective with almost no side effects but since I have moved several times and oxymorphone has different availability I don't use it and now that I am used to morphine and oxycodone I am fine. Fentanyl- I took Duragesic. One of the most terrible experiences. Used two patches (lasting 6 days) and I slept almost continuously and when I was awake I was terribly depressed and becoming suicidal. I have never taken hydromorphone and I know way too much about methadone to feel comfortable with it (which is somewhat of a contradiction and illogical). And drugs like hydrocodone (Vicodin, Norco, Lortab, Lorcet) is typically not best for chronic pain, pethidine/meperidine (Demerol) should not be used for more than a few days, propoxyphene (Darvon, Darvocet) is a worthless drug and I hope it is pulled from the market (and that is a very real possibility), and Tramadol (Ultram, Contramal, Tramal) is effective but it is not strong enough for many types of pain. In the end if you don't like oxycodone you will just have to try some other things. I had a very hard time trying to find the best medication because I tend to get somewhat dysphoric with opioids (that is actually a fairly common reaction) and I have a sleeping disorder and opioids aggravate it because they are a bit sedating. Morphine is probably the best to try next. And if your pain is chronic then ask your doctor about controlled-release drugs so that you don't have to take as many pills and to provide a more stable level of medication in the blood. Also the risk of addiction is the for all full opioid agonists. Some people say oxycodone is more addictive, or morphine, or hydromorphone, and so on but they are all equal. But some addicts have a favou Answered by Darcey Derider 1 year ago.

In his way Stalin was another Hitler, and Stalin lasted longer in power, and died of old age, still in power. Stalin was in charge of Soviet Russia, a very powerful nation. Since that time there have been several dictators in charge of nations which have had wide influence, e.g.Ghaddafi in Libya (small nation by population, but big influence because of oil), Mao Tse Tung in China and Saddam Hussein in Iraq (oil, again, and look at the chaos in Iraq since he was deposed). Nobody can predict the future, but I would not be surprised to find a dictator in a similar position to Hitler at some time. Answered by Sterling Nieder 1 year ago.


Where are Benzodiazepines derived from?(read details)?
I've always wondered how Benzodiazepines come from like Valium, Xanax, Ativan, and Klonopin.It's no big secret where Opiates like Codeine, Morphine, Heroin, Hydromorphone (Dilaudid), Oxycodone (Percodan), Oxymorphone (Numorphan), Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Meperidine (Demerol), Fentanyl, Methadone... Asked by Floretta Oregon 1 year ago.

I've always wondered how Benzodiazepines come from like Valium, Xanax, Ativan, and Klonopin. It's no big secret where Opiates like Codeine, Morphine, Heroin, Hydromorphone (Dilaudid), Oxycodone (Percodan), Oxymorphone (Numorphan), Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Meperidine (Demerol), Fentanyl, Methadone (Dolophine), Darvon, Talwin come from. We all know they come from Opium which comes from the poppy plant. I know all these pills are made by chemical synthesis but they all are derived from the poppy plant/flower. Is Benzos completely synthetic (man made) or is there a certain plant that they come from too? Answered by Taunya Senf 1 year ago.

benzos are straight up synthetic. Answered by Ethelene Grof 1 year ago.

Good for you. Your herb garden will require no extra room as these compounds are totally synthetic. Answered by Jesica Salinas 1 year ago.

. Synthetic. Darvon are also man made Answered by Berna Chessor 1 year ago.


Suboxone + Drug Test?
I am on probation and curently take a 10 panel with extended opiates urine test.To be more specific I am tested for the following:AmphetaminesCannabinoids / MarijuanaCocainePhencyclidineOpiatesMethaqualoneBarbituratesMethadoneBenzodiazepinesPropoxypheneHYDROCODONE: Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab,... Asked by Santos Santilli 1 year ago.

I am on probation and curently take a 10 panel with extended opiates urine test.To be more specific I am tested for the following: Amphetamines Cannabinoids / Marijuana Cocaine Phencyclidine Opiates Methaqualone Barbiturates Methadone Benzodiazepines Propoxyphene HYDROCODONE: Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab, Hycodan HYDROMORPHONE: Dilaudid OXYCODONE: Oxycotin, Endocet, Endodan, Percocet, Percodan, OXYMORPHONE: Numorphan Will suboxone test positive on this test? I have heard that suboxone has its own specific test, and I have also heard that it will test positive for oxy ( I dont see how thats possible since suboxone is a narcotic blocker ). Anyways, all the answer I have seen are about 50% yes 50% no, so please only answer if you are sure, and have personal expierience in this matter. Thanx in advance for answers! Answered by Chas Schmand 1 year ago.

it wont show up for oxy or opiates. if they are testing for all opioids, it might show up. from what i remember, they do have to include the test for buprenorphine for it to show up. it could go either way. good luck. its one of the best drugs to be "caught" on because it says "im trying to get clean" not "im getting high" good luck. Answered by Johnnie Bauernfeind 1 year ago.

The test for buprenorphine is a separate test and is not included on most UA's. If you are certain that you are only being subjected to a 10 panel then you will test negative for all. However, if they happen to lab it the suboxone will show. I have been taking suboxone prescribed by my doctor for 4 months and I'm also on parole. So I can guarantee you that you have nothing to worry about. My PO does test for suboxone, but it's a separate dipstick that he uses along with the standard 10 panel ad well as a stick for alcohol. Answered by Lynelle Engebretson 1 year ago.

Suboxone is Buprenorphine and Nalaxone. Naloxone, or Narcan, is the narcotic antagonist. But when suboxone is taken sublingually the narcan has almost no effect because buprenorphine (a synthetic opioid) has a higher affinity for the opiate receptors. There is a very high chance that it will show up in an extended panel, less likely in a standard UA. If you have a prescription then there shouldn't be a problem since it a generally used to treat opioid addiction, something probation boards don't normally frown on. If you are abusing it then yeah there will probably be a problem. Answered by Jarred Castrellon 1 year ago.


Where are Benzodiazepines derived from?(read details)?
I've always wondered how Benzodiazepines come from like Valium, Xanax, Ativan, and Klonopin.It's no big secret where Opiates like Codeine, Morphine, Heroin, Hydromorphone (Dilaudid), Oxycodone (Percodan), Oxymorphone (Numorphan), Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Meperidine (Demerol), Fentanyl, Methadone... Asked by Mandie Jappa 1 year ago.

I've always wondered how Benzodiazepines come from like Valium, Xanax, Ativan, and Klonopin. It's no big secret where Opiates like Codeine, Morphine, Heroin, Hydromorphone (Dilaudid), Oxycodone (Percodan), Oxymorphone (Numorphan), Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Meperidine (Demerol), Fentanyl, Methadone (Dolophine), Darvon, Talwin come from. We all know they come from Opium which comes from the poppy plant. I know all these pills are made by chemical synthesis but there are derived from the poppy flower. Is Benzos completely man made or is there a certain plant that they come from too? Answered by Hai Peloquin 1 year ago.

i have no idea but they need to make a 30 millagram valium Answered by Wanetta York 1 year ago.


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