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Oxymorphone (Opana®)

Oxymorphone is a synthetic opioid which is typically used for around-the-clock moderate to severe pain. People who abuse oxymorphone do so because it provides an extreme feeling of pleasure and euphoria. Oxymorphone is an active ingredient in the following medications: Opana Opana ER Numorphan Numorphan HCl Oxymorphone has slang references of: Blue Heaven Stop Signs

Diphenoxylate (Lomotil®)

Diphenoxylate is a synthetic opioid which is typically prescribed to treat diarrhea. People who abuse diphenoxylate do so because it provides a feeling of pleasure and euphoria. Diphenoxylate is an active ingredient in the following medications Meperidine has slang references of: Lomotil Lonox Lomocot Lomanate Diphenoxylatehas no slang references

Meperidine (Demerol®)

Meperidine is a synthetic opioid which is typically prescribed for pain for specific conditions such as child birth, myocardial infarctions, and non-remitting cancer pain. People who abuse meperidine do so because it provides an extreme feeling of pleasure and euphoria. Meperidine is an active ingredient in the following medications: Demerol Meperitab Mepergan Meprozine Mepergan Fortis

Hydromorphone (Dilaudid®)

Hyrdromorphone is a semi-synthetic morphine derivative which is typically prescribed in a hospital setting for moderate to severe pain management. Typically, it gets prescribed for treating pain associated with major burns, myocardial infarctions, non-remitting cancers, or bone injuries. People who abuse hydromorphone do so because it provides an extreme feeling of pleasure and euphoria. Hydromorphone

Hydrocodone (Vicodin®)

Hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opioid. It is commonly use for severe pain associated with disease or injury and as a cough suppressant for those with pneumonia or whooping cough. It effectively “blinds” the brain from pain instead of treating the pain directly. Hyrdrocodone is an active ingredient in the following medications: Zohydro ER Lortab Panasal

Propoxyphene (Darvon®)

Propoxyphene is a synthetic opioid that is typically prescribed to treat mild to moderate pain. Propoxyphene is no longer available in the US (stopped being supplied in the US as of November 19, 2010) due to clinical data from the FDA that demonstrated that propoxyphene puts patients at risk of potential serious or even fatal

Oxycodone (OxyContin®)

Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opioid that is typically prescribed to treat moderate to severe acute and chronic pain. People who abuse oxycodone do so because it provides a stronger feeling of calm and euphoria then more mild opioids such as codeine. Oxycodone is an active ingredient in the following medications: OxyContin Percocet 5/325 Endodan Roxicodone

Fentanyl

Fentanyl is an opioid narcotic typically used as part of anesthesia that helps with pain management after surgery or other procedures. It is known for its lollipop form, but can also be injected, through a patch or injested by a film. People who abuse fentanyl do so because it provides a feeling of mellowness, lethargy,

Morphine

Morphine is a short acting narcotic typically prescribed by physicians to treat mild to moderate pain. People who abuse codeine do so because it provides a feeling of calm and euphoria. Brand name medicine with morphine as an active ingredient are: AVINza Kadian MS Contin Morphine has slang references of: Aunti Em Durarmorph Hows Monkey

Codeine

Codeine is a short acting narcotic typically prescribed by physicians to treat mild to moderate pain. People who abuse codeine do so because it provides a feeling of calm and euphoria. Codeine is typically taken orally in pill form. Brand name medicine with codeine as an active ingredient are*: Fioricet with Codeine Tylenol with Codeine