Opana (Oxymorphone) is a prescription pain reliever that is similar to hydrocodone, morphine and oxycodone. Like all Opioids, Opana affects the CNS by regulating activity that increases pain tolerance and decreases pain perception. It is extremely addictive and quickly becoming one of the most abused pain killers in the United States. Visit the Opana Page for more information.
Last Edited: February 26, 2020
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