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oxycodone overuse

i have been taking vicodin for a long time and i have severe pain YOU ONLY BECOME AN ADDICT when you abuse meds,i try ice packs in between ,and it works great ## Hello, Linda! How are you? It's great that you are keeping your narcotic use under control! That's just awesome. And yes, you are correct. Addiction requires abuse, but regular use can result in your body getting used to something, so suddenly stopping could still result in some withdrawal effects, but nothing like the severe withdrawals one could experience from addiction. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Your posting this information for others is greatly...

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what oxycottens are to me.

oxys are the best and worst things.they bring love and they bring hate.they saw me through the best times and gave the very worst.the ups and downs follow.but no matter how much i hate them i love them ten times more.IM AN ADDICT!!!! are u??? ## IF you think that is addiction you best never use methadone or H. The oxy is min. compared to either or.. Never ever take any pain meds for a duration or addict or not your body will respond by dependence. Not good unless your having a surgery, chronic pain cannot work etc. If you were not an addict you are now. However, you can choose to sit through the withdraw periods and they will pass I promise you. Just keep busy and move forward. If you find yourself taking more yes you are an addict without pain or surgery. ## I recommend using morphine ...

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