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cravings wanna go back on it
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Jan 16 '13, 12:05 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 182210
oxycodone op vs oc
This month I have been getting the pain relief from my Oxycontin as before. I am now informed that they hanged the formula from OC to OP and that the OP do not contain Narcan. What am I supposed to do when I am no longer getting the relief I had before. I don't want to have to go to the higher dose just to get the same relief. I had to fight the insurance company for what I was getting before. ## That is correct, the new Oxycontin OP does not contain Narcan, however, if someone tries to misuse the medication, it does turn into a gummy substance that retains its time released properties. This formulation change has resulted in many complaints that it does not work as well as the old formulation and causes off side effects. We have had many posts regarding this, for the past several m... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Nov 13 '10, 1:58 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 210669
Dilaudid white m 4
Can I cut/ break this pill in half, or is it time release? I do not generally take painkillers but my sister gave me one since I am unable to move my neck. ## Cut it in half with a sharp knife. Youll get 2mg of Dilaudid. You would be much better off taking the whole pill. ## Would 4 mg be too strong? I used to take Vicodin and have a high tolerance to it. I have taken a small dose of roxy in the past and it was too potent for me. I didn't want to repeat it with this dilaudid. ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, it is a very potent narcotic, so if you aren't used to taking it, there can be a danger of overdose if you start off with 4mgs. You really shouldn't take it, at all, without a doctors approval. However no, this tablet is not time released, it is ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Tue, Jun 12 '12, 12:49 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 231704
has anyone had good results on soboxone ## I have. I was addicted to pain meds for years stemming from a knee injury in college. When I finally told my doctor about all the extra pills I would take, i.e. buying them on the street, he advised me to try suboxone. I did, and I started at a higher dose, and it's fairly easy to taper the dose down in the beginning, just make sure you do it with your doc's help and let him/her know how you are feeling, physically. It is a little harder when you start going down from 2 mgs a day to 1, then 1/2 then a 1/4, and so forth. I've had more sucess taking half my dose in the morning and half in the evening, that could easily be psychological though. Anyhow, it is possible for this treatment to work, just don't try to wean yourself off t... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Dec 12 '08, 11:22 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 185830
Oxycodone HCL 5 mg.
I have cronic back and neck pain, I was on a high dose of morphine for a long time and came off of it a year ago. The pain is so bad that I had to start taking vicodin off and on and it helped but made me sick to my stomach because of the tylenol. I was on every N'said made for many years due to failed back surgery etc. I have a nice doctor who seems very understanding about joint pain and will give me what ever necessary. I am taking oxycodone 5 mg. because it has no tylenol and doesnt make me sick. I am afraid of my body getting used to the drug and having withdrawl when stopping. I may take it once or twice a week and then not for days. Is this safe or can I become dependent with out even knowing it. I figure if I let it get out of my system and only take it when it's severe ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, May 02 '12, 7:19 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 213616
vitamin d 50000 iu
i just found out my vit d is very low and sarted sarting it today because that what the doctor put me on. and now i think i have uti but i have not syom of you uti exp pain in the belly. what should i ## Hello, Jen! How are you? This is a very high dose off Vitamin D and it may cause some side effects, including stomach pain. So, you may not necessarily have a UTI. You should consult your doctor to be sure. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 21 days ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Fri, Mar 28 '14, 2:46 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 262308
Please also help, I need some help trying to get off percocets for good. I have had back surgery now and everytime I try to stop taking the percocets I get really sick. Anything to relieve this sickness. The worst part is the anxiety I get, I feel like my heart is jumping out of my chest. Any help appreciated. Thanks. ## There is a high risk of experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms if a patient discontinues oxycodone (Percocet) abruptly. Therefore therapy should be gradually discontinued rather than abruptly discontinued. It is known to have anxiety and flu like symtoms when stopping Percocet. For more information about withdrawls from Percocet click on the link below... ## Go see your doctor. I am sure he will be happy to hear that you are trying to get off the pains pills & he c... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Fri, Oct 26 '12, 10:21 PM   10  Subscribe to thread 186884
Starting Savella
I WAS PRESCRIBED SAVELLA FOR NEUROPATHY. I'M NOW ON THE HIGHER DOSE WITH LOTS OF HOT FLASHES. PRETTY FOGGY WITH IT ALSO. AS FAR AS THE PAIN, IT SEEMS TO BE HELPING. I'M HOPING THESE HOT FLASHES SUBSIDE AS TIME GOES BY. ## Both of the symptoms you stated can be normal side effects of this medication. How long have you been taking it, now? It may take about 2 weeks, or so, but the side effects should start to taper off as your body adjusts to the medication, but can expect to experience them, again, anytime you are given a higher dosage. Read more: Please post back and keep us update as to how you are doing! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Savella.
Fri, Aug 27 '10, 7:37 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 207679
lucky one
how addicted is this medication? ## I know it is highky addictive, if you have any kind of chemically dependent issues..DO NOT USE this drug. I was told that by a very respected Recovery Center doc. just an opinion..DO NOT go off your meds. without first clearing it with your Doctor!! very important!! bye 4 now, Gwen ## all meds have a tendency of addiction either physically or mentally, but if you are on Seroquel i assume your are being closely monitored by your dr. disscuss it with him/her, but the simple fact that your worried about not becoming addicted is in your favor ## Whether it's addictive or not,when i stopped taking it for two days I felt like I was dying.I had very bad Sweating,chills,weakness,abdominal pain,muscle pain,nausea and vomiting. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Seroquel.
Tue, Oct 11 '05, 2:37 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 159174
addictive drugs oxycottin
diet pill oxcycontin ## found 2 white oval pills with a circle in the middle and a jagged line(lightening bolt?) thru the circle. only on one side.any ideas? appreciate it. ## First off, let me state that Oxycontin IS NOT A DIET PILL!!! Oxycontin is a very potent narcotic pain killer, highly addictive and very dangerous to use without a doctor's supervision. To Kelle, sorry, that is not a prescription drug marking, that is something available over the counter and there is no way to know for certain what it is, because OTC items are not regulated like prescription items. ...
Updated 6 years ago in OxyContin.
Fri, Oct 26 '07, 4:18 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 159895
WHICH WOULD WORK THE BEST SEVERE CONTINOUS BACK/NECK PAIN. I HAVE SUFFERED PAIN FOR MANY YRS FROM THE RESULTS OF A BROKEN NECK, DUE TO AN AUTO ACCIDENT. I DONT LIKE THE IDEA OF BEING "HIGH" OR ANYTHING, BUT NEED MEDS TO HELP TAKE THE SO CALLED EDGE OFF MY PAIN. ## For continuous intense pain, the time released formulations are usually used, because they can provide much longer pain relief. Though for pain management, many people end up using both, an immediate release to get faster relief, while waiting for the time released ones to kick in. The time released Oxycodone, which is available under the name brand Oxycontin, slowly releases the narcotic medication over a 12 hour time period. Since it's not all released at once, this also helps avoid the euphoric, high feeling for... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Mar 25 '11, 11:22 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 215590
Substitute For Darvocet
My Dad is taking Tramadol in place of Darvocet. He took Darvocet for 20 years no side effects, now he is taking Tramadol and is good for pain but his blood pressure is going high and he has arrythmia and terrible depression. I think this pill has problem working with Paxil, Atenolol, Norvasc and Digoxin and should not be given together or adjusted. Why are doctors not aware of this and what else could he or should he be taking? Confused and upset! I f Darvocet cause heart attacks then why could he take it for 20 years without problems and now with Tramadol the safe one he's having all these troubles. ## Well, first of all, no medication is absolutely safe, they all carry risks. Now, the next question is, how long has he been off the Darvocet and did he stop taking it abruptly? Darvo... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Darvocet.
Mon, Apr 22 '13, 4:00 PM   15  Subscribe to thread 213659
low doses of Lyrica
I just got on Lyrica 50mg twice a day and my pain has pretty much dissapeared. I have been reading alot of really bad stories about it, but everyone seems to be taking much higher doses than i am, i was wondering if anyone knows if i stay on a low dose if i will have these horrible side effects i have read about ## Actually, the worse of the side effects should be experienced during the first month of us, they start to taper off and get less severe after that, except for in some rare cases. If you haven't had any really bad ones, so far, then you are probably doing okay with it and might only experience them if you have to increase your dosage. Also remember that medications affect different people in different ways, so you may never experience some of the problems that other people... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lyrica.
Thu, Oct 07 '10, 5:08 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 207420
normal dosage
Wondering what normal dosage is ordered for chronic pain ## There is no normal dosage, per se. Your doctor normally starts you off on a low dose and then adjustments will be made accordingly until your pain is under the best control possible. ## The treatment of chronic pain is a BIG issue amongst Doctors and is highly dependent upon where you live and the Doctor you have. In some states the Doctors are so afraid of having their licenses taken away from them due to local and state ordinance that are refusing to treat pain patients with adequate amounts of pain medication. What are your pain issues, what are you being prescribed and how long have you been going in for treatment for it? Without this information, no one can even suggest what might be a normal or proper treatment plan for y... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Aug 16 '08, 11:13 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 179840
White Pill With Sweet Taste
Someone gave me what was suppose to be hydromorphone they were small white pills that had no imprints which after she gave them to me and I asked her she said there was suppose to be imprints but maybe the pil was old and wore off the numbers or someone switced pills the pill tasted sweet if that helps and it didn't really help with my pain but I do feel a little drowsy is that what it was? ## If there were no markings, then your guess is really as good as anyone else's. It is possible that a marking wore off, but highly unlikely, because the imprints on all U.S. approved Hydromorphone tablets are actually debossed, so it is pressed into the tablet and not just a dye print that can be rubbed off. Learn more Hydromorphone details here. There is a greater likelihood that they neve... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydromorphone.
Tue, Mar 12 '13, 6:41 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 241378
Might be allergic
I was put on Lyrics for chronic pain. Starting dose 50 mg at bedtime. If tolerated add 50 mg in morning. I got to the 50 x 2 per day and started getting itchy blisters on the palms of my hands. Anyone else with this type of reaction? ## Hi Lee, Based on my research, hives/blisters are a side effect of Lyrica. It is possible that your body is just having a reaction to the higher dose you are taking. Have you spoken with your doctor about this? You can learn more about this drug on the page for Lyrica Details ## I took 1 dose of lyrica and I had a similar reaction but then the skin on my hands started to get hard and the skin came off and also on my feet. Exfoliative dermatitis. Before this happened it felt like my hands were pounding and I also started to lose feeling in them. Now I... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Lyrica.
Wed, Feb 12 '14, 12:53 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 244689
Oxycodone Hcl 5mg Tablets
I have been on norco 10/325 for about 5 yrs now and have had some issues with it working and talked with my pain dr and she took me off it and gave me oxycodone hcl 5mg and was wondering if there is a difference and if the norco was stronger or the oxycodone and I have heard that oxycodone was very addictive is this true ## Oxy's are a lol stronger and I would say there bolth as adicting. The morbid was a higher mil. But perks are a lol better would try to get them in 10th nil. Tho if if tolorance is up from bein on em for that long. ## @Eric, I think ash answered your question pretty well. I just wanted to reiterate that every single one of these medications can effect you and I, and ash differently, despite being regarded as better or worse for the vast majority of people. I have ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Aug 24 '12, 12:37 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 234739
Lyrica the wonder drug
I used to take high doses of narcotics for severe neuropathy pain. That crap almost killed me and destroyed my life, leaving me destitute and homeless. I had to move in with my sister, and then some friends to stay off the street. I have been taking lyrica for several years and it helped, even while on the narcotics. Since going off the narcotics, I hav relied entirely on Lyrica to deal with the pain. My doctor changed my dosage about a month or so ago to 300mg twice a day and soon to 300mg three times a day. The difference has been amazing and the neuropathy pain is almost completely gone while the Lyrica is in effect. I do have some side effects though, like headaches, dizziness, sleepiness but I don't care. Anything is preferable to the pain, except for narcotics. ## Lyrica has b... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Lyrica.
Fri, Sep 27 '13, 11:52 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 196745
Accutane is AMAZING!!
I am currently a 17 year old male and senior in highschool, and suffered from acne for over 5 years. In 8th grade acne started invading my face. Freshman year it continued, and would not go away. We tried creams, pills just about anything you could possibly try. My sophmore year is when it erupted. Acne started forming on my back and chest, and I literally had boils on my back and chest. It was very painful. I also play football, and it hurt very bad to put on my shoulder pads, and the embarassment to even take my shirt off in the locker room after practice. It caused me a lot of stress. It hurt to take showers because the water would hit these boils. I had cystic acne. I had over 15 large pimples/boils on my back and chest both. This continued for another year. As I still tried creams,... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Accutane.
Sat, Jan 04 '14, 9:36 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 244809
Strongest Sleep Medicine
I am prescribed lortab 10 every 4 hours as needed, soma 350 mg 1 every 4 hours as needed, 15 mg of ambien each night. I am sleepless n Alabama and need to desperately find a safe way to get off this medication. I have no insurance.....please help. ## If you're simply looking for a powerful sleep aid to deal with insomnia, I'd highly recommend considering medical marijuana (that is of an indica variety). It may also be of great benefit to any emotional pain you might be dealing with when it comes to withdrawing off those medications. I'm not aware of the legality of cannabis in Alabama, but for someone with no insurance, it's something you can easily grow for personal use at very little cost. Have you talked to your doctor about a safe way to taper off? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lortab.
Sun, Dec 23 '12, 12:00 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 240270

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