Oxycodone 15 mg is an opioid pain medication that is used to help with pain that is not relieved by non-opioid pain medications approved by the FDA. While Oxycodone 15 mg typically works well in the brain to lower how much pain you feel. It is a semi-synthetic narcotic and has a high risk of misuse, dependency, and addiction which can lead to overdose and death; because it is a controlled substance. Oxycodone tablets are available in different strengths in which the form of Oxycodone 15 mg is rounded white colour, imprinted with “M” on one side and “15” on the other half side of the tablet. The initial recommended doses of oxycodone are in the 5 to 15 mg range per day, every 4 to 6 hours as needed. It has been a popular drug of abuse among the narcotic-abusing population that can start to relieve pain within 30 minutes. You should take Oxycodone 15 with, or just after, a meal. Common side effects of Oxycodone 15 mg include constipation, itching, sleepiness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, headache, loss of energy, irritability, sedation, seizures, etc.