Try not to use the oxycodone type at its maximum concentration to soothe pains that are mild or will disappear in a couple of days. This product is not for occasional use.
Oxycodone can cause several side effects. You should inform your doctor if any of the following symptoms is severe or does not go away:
Throwing up, loss of appetite, nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, drowsiness, stomach ache, flushing, perspiration ,weakness, headache, humor changes.
Call your doctor immediately or seek emergency medical help if you experience any of the following severe symptoms:
Chest pain, fast or slow or irregular heartbeat, hives, rash, itching, swelling of the face, tongue, throat, lips, eyes, feet, hands, ankles, or lower legs, seizures, constipation, difficulty breathing or swallowing, extreme drowsiness, lightheadedness when changing positions.
Do not take Oxycodone 40 mg if:
Is allergic (hypersensitive) to oxycodone or any of the other components of the tablets or has previously had an allergic reaction when taking other potent analgesics (such as morphine or other opioids);
You have breathing problems, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, severe bronchial asthma, or severe respiratory depression. Symptoms may be difficulty breathing, coughing or breathing that is slower and weaker than expected;
You have a head injury that causes severe headache or dizziness. This is because tablets can make these symptoms worse or mask the extent of the lesion;
Have a disease in which the small intestine does not function properly (paralytic ileus), your stomach empties more slowly than it should (delayed gastric emptying), or has sudden severe abdominal pain (acute abdomen);
You have a heart problem after a long lung disease.