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how the hell do yu inject the new 224 blue 30 mg roxys?? they suck

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Verwon Says:
 
It is not safe to inject medications that are not intended to be used that way. Many tablets contain fillers and not all of these are meant to be broken down by the human body. They are usually just expelled as part of your normal waste.

However, if you snort or inject them, you are putting these substances directly into your body, in places where it cannot get rid of them.

This creates the risk of creating blockages and embolisms.

http:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Roxicodone/­

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DIVE Says:
 
As a moderator to a site such a this it is reckless, irresponsible, arrogant, and dangerous to reply to this question with such an answer. If you do not feel comfortable giving an instructional answer to this question leave it for someone who will. Dive does not know the proper answer; however, he does know that your answer does not inform Swim of what Swim doesn't already know. It just helps to fool Swim into thinking it is done the same way as an M. At the least this can be a waste of money. However it moisture cause the pill to gel, Swim may have it gel somewhere in Swim's body. This question requires a scientific and instructional answer. Not a moral opinion.

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Roy Says:
 
Dive - I'm not sure how you can call Verwon's response "reckless, irresponsible, arrogant, and dangerous" ... I will have to agree with what they stated because using medications contrary to how they are directed can be fatal. They are manufactured in specific forms for a reason. If they had intended to make this drug injectable then they would have provided it in a liquid suspension! It would have been reckless and irresponsible for Verwon to give out instructions for misusing the medication. Plus do you think the moderator of a forum wants to assume responsibility if someone goes and kills themselves?!

Of course - individuals will end up doing what they want in the end, but it is more noble to discourage detrimental activities, don't you think? As long as everyone's being mature about it and no personal attacks are made.

Cheers.

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