We Have SPECIAL PRICING on our 30, 60 and 90 Day Treatment Program.
Call For The Best Value In Opana Drug Rehab!
Opana Addiction Treatment Program
- Opana Addiction
Opana® (Oxymorphone, Numorphan®, Numorphone®) is related to morphine in the same fashion that oxycodone is to codeine; they are all derived from thebaine, and are approximately 6–8 times more potent than morphine. Opana differs from morphine in its effects, all other things being equal, in that it generates more euphoria, but less itching and other histamine related effects. Depending on the individual patient, Opana can be either more or less nausea- and vomit-inducing than morphine.
Opana is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain and also as a preoperative medication to alleviate apprehension, maintain anesthesia, and as an obstetric analgesic. Opana can generate a serious narcotic habit rather quickly in those who take it recreationally in that it has powerful euphoric properties which some rank as the highest amongst narcotics, many placing it above morphine, heroin, hydromorphone, and dextromoramide.
Slang terms for oxymorphone include: blues, biscuits, blue heaven, new blues (although the immediate-release tablets are pink and off-white), octagons (extended release), octagons, stop signs, pink, pink heaven, biscuits, pink lady, Mrs O, Orgasna IR, OM, Pink O, The O Bomb and others.
In common with other opioids, long-term opana abuse symptoms and overdosage are characterized by: respiratory depression, extreme somnolence, stupor or coma, skeletal muscle flaccidity, cold and clammy skin, constipation, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, lightheadedness, headache, dry mouth, pruritus, diaphoresis, bradycardia and hypotension. In a severe case of overdose, apnea, circulatory collapse, cardiac arrest, and death may occur. Some addicts also have a loss of appetite, nervousness, euphoria, anxiety, abdominal pain, diarrhea, dyspnea, and hiccups, although these symptoms appear very rarely, Opana can also cause impotence, enlarged prostate gland, and decreased testosterone secretion.
At equianalgesic doses oxymorphone is marginally more toxic than morphine but less so than fully synthetic opioids such as methadone and pethidine. At therapeutic doses, toxicity is primarily manifested as miosis, nausea, and possibly occasional mild involuntary muscle movements especially in the extremities and the shoulder area in some cases. Recently, SouthCoast Recovery Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Center has been treating Opana addiction more then ever before. This past year alone, more and more of the clients that come to SCR for treatment have been addicted to Opana, or other opiate drugs. Nearly all these clients were under the age of 25. SouthCoast’s Opana addiction treatment program helps all addicts that are dealing Oxymorphone addiction, but young people are the biggest population that we are treating in the past years. Finding a place that will approach a young person’s outlook on life, as an opiate addict is something that we do not take lightly. It is important for families looking for an Opana addiction treatment program to make sure that a specific Oxymorphone program is available.
We are here for you 24/7.
We CAN help… CALL NOW.
Oxymorphone Addiction Requires Special Treatment
Opana is an opiate with similar traits to drugs like heroin, codeine, and opium, in that it is a derivative drug. This drug works incredibly fast and effectively to counter pain, but over time, extended use of Opana can lead to addiction whether through legitimate or illicit usage and more of the drug is needed to feel similar effects. During Opana withdrawal, the abuser's body begins to expect more Opana will enter their system and when it doesn't their body and mind will start to malfunction the longer that they do not have the drug. Opana withdrawal is not comfortable, many users would rather die than have their Opana taken away. If without the supervision of professionals, vicodin® the chances of a lasting recovery from Opana Addiction withdrawal are extremely slim. Our caring staff knows how painful Oxymorphone withdrawal is and they are ready to take each client every step of the way. Going through Opana withdrawal is the first step of treatment towards beginning a new life. If you or someone you love needs to go through Opana withdrawal or has a problem with other substances, please contact us today and get the help you need; at SouthCoast Recovery, it's about living! Over the past few years, SouthCoast Recovery's Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Center has been treating prescription opiate addiction more then ever. SouthCoast Recovery utilizes the most cutting edge Opana addiction treatment detox methods such as NTR to ease our clients through detox, making this phase as comfortable as possible.
We are here for you 24/7.
At SouthCoast Recovery, it’s about living.
We CAN help… CALL NOW.
Until its removal from the United States market back in the early 1970s, oxymorphone in the form of Numorphan instant-release tablets was one of the most sought-after and well-regarded opioids of the class IV drug using community. Popularly known as "blues" for their blue coloring, the tablets contained very few insoluble ingredients—making them extremely easy to inject—and they were dangerously potent when used intravenously. "Blues" were also considered to be especially euphoric; better than heroin or morphine.
Because Opana can lead to both physical and psychological addiction, the specific withdrawal symptoms that anyone who uses Opana, as a patient or addict, for any length of time may vary from one person to the next, however, the uncomfortable experience of Opana addiction withdrawal can appear as quickly as a few hours after the user’s last dose and can include any of the following:• Excessive sweating & yawning;
• Runny nose & eyes, bouts of diarrhea and vomiting;
• Shivering & goose bumps
• Muscle aches & cramps
• Restlessness & insomnia
• Irritability & anxiety
• Loss of appetite
• Powerful cravings for the opioid that persist long after the withdrawal symptoms have passed.
As these stronger and more lethal form of opiates have emerged like Opana, people are experiencing a more difficult detox phase during Opana Addiction Treatment. The physical and psychological effects are far greater and more difficult to treat. Opana ingrains itself deeper into the tissue of the organ and has longer side effects on the body and the mind. Years in the making, we have developed an Opana addiction treatment program that brings the best that the world has to offer when it comes to treating this kind of addiction. We utilize the most cutting edge Oxymorphone addiction treatment detox methods such as NTR to ease our clients through detox, making this phase as comfortable as possible.
From the medical effects of Opana Addiction to its social problems, SouthCoast Recovery’s Opana Drug Rehab program brings solutions to the clients in a way that is tangible and easy to apply. Taking this into consideration we have put together to program that takes the mind body spirit approach to the client’s lives and we think that this is the best way to bring the clients all of the Opana Addiction treatment opportunities that we have.
We CAN help… CALL NOW.
Opana Addiction Treatment Services/Options:
• Intervention services
• Physical health evaluation
• Medically-supervised, social model and holistic detox options
• Medication to help with cravings, pain and sleep
• Continued physical care throughout recovery
• Psychological evaluation for dual diagnosis of problems such as depression and anxiety, which may be underlying causes of abuse
• Individual psychological treatment
• Individual counseling
• Family counseling
• Heroin abuse education • Health and wellness education
• Denial management
• Relapse prevention
• Anger management
• Acupuncture for pain management, stress reduction and decreased cravings
• Detoxification massage therapy
• Meditation for stress reduction, a calmer mind, reduced cravings and clarity
• Fitness sessions at gym (24-Hour Fitness)
• Integration of 12-step principles and Narcotics Anonymous meetings
• Structure, guidance and practice for long-term sobriety
What is Opana?
Opana is in a group of drugs called narcotic pain relievers. Similar to morphine, Opana is used to treat moderate to severe pain. The extended-release form of this medication is for around-the-clock treatment of pain. Opana is not for treating pain just after surgery unless you were already taking Opana before the surgery. Opana may also be used for purposes other than those listed in this medication guide.
What other drugs will interact Opana?
Do not take Opana with other narcotic pain medications, sedatives, tranquilizers, muscle relaxers, or other medicines that can make you sleepy or slow your breathing. Dangerous side effects may result. Before taking Opana, tell your doctor if you are using pentazocine (Talwin), nalbuphine (Nubain), butorphanol (Stadol), or buprenorphine (Buprenex, Subutex). If you are using any of these drugs, you may not be able to use Opana, or you may need dosage adjustments or special tests during treatment.
What does Opana look like?
Oxymorphone is available with a prescription under the brand name Opana, as well as, Numorphan, Numorphone. Other brand or generic formulations may also be available. Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about this medication, especially if it is new to you.
•Opana 5 mg blue, round tablet •Opana 10 mg red, round tablet •Opana ER 5 mg pink, octagon film-coated tablet •Opana ER 10 mg light orange, octagon film-coated tablet •Opana ER 20 mg light green, octagon film-coated tablet •Opana ER 40 mg yellow, octagon film-coated tablet