Dilaudid 4 Mg

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How many should i take if I was previously prescribed 40 mg of oxycodone? (never taken these before, so need help!)

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Verwon Says:
Has your doctor provided a dosing schedule? if so, it is safest to follow their instructions.

As to answering your question, I cannot get the correct information without knowing why type of Oxycodone you were taking and how often your dosage was.

Were you on Oxycontin that you took twice a day?


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PILL323 Says:
ok here we go i was perscribed dilaudid 4mg for my back pain that i have. I have l1-l2 compound compressd fracture's in my back and we all know that not all quacks are giving with their controlled scripts. I went through numerous doctors and pain management doctors before i found the right one who just understands my pain and writes me out a script for 90- dilaudid's per mont for my pain. And i take 1-4mg in the am and chip at another for the rest of the day. I find that if i don't take it as soon as i wake up i feel horrible and in need of relief. I have done herion once in prison and it wasn't my thing and was also addicted to crystal meth for years and smoked buds for those years as well. I am clean and sober and have a heart problem thanx to the meth at 36- years old i find myself at peace with this medication and praise it's miricles. I know im an addict no doubt but this medication is awsome and it helps me get through life and my addicitve personally. I have contmplated snorting them but thought that was too close to my former addict behavior i dunno if you don't take this medication and are curious of it just don't do it. It is an opiate and is just as addicting and street drugs and can very easily be abused and mistreated if you don't know what your doing. But if you are in current pain management and can relate with this pill than you know it is the bently of meds and the rest don't have s*** on it. I think the worst pill i have taken was the morphine man it was s***, made you itch like crazy and was to heavy. The dilaudid is clean no itching or regreats. I have taken this medication for well over 6-months and am extremly happy with the effects and the relief. Thanks for listining to my story and i will be back to share more at a later time...

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June Says:
I too have chronic back pain. i'm 23yrs old andi have a degenerative disk disease, scoliosis, rheumatoid arhritis in my lower back. I contribute some of my health problems to previous injuries. But in any case Dilaudids are a miracle drug.

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josh k Says:
hey i am 21 years old, been taking oxycontin and dilaudid for about 4 years straight.. recently just moved here to ontario and dont have a new pain doctor yet.. i use to live in capebreton, nova scotia.. now in petawawa ontario.. trying to find a good pain management clinic.

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Mcw Says:
I want to take these 16mg exalgo er pills (hydromorphone er). Have a low tolerance to opioids, usually cannot take more than 35 mg oxycodone. Is it safe for me to take one of these? Could I overdose? Dont take the oxycodone every day, once a week. Thanks

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karen Says:
hi, i;ve been on every pain pills in the book due to severe TMJ and an auto accident which left me with several herniated discs in my back..and i know i;ve built up a tolerance ..nothing i take relieves my back pain at all...my DR. prescribed me Dilaudid 4mg.. recently...can anybody tell me if they have the same problem?? thanks,karen

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poet Says:
I am 27 years old with chronic pancretitus, with a pausing sist almost the size of a baseball attached to it that causes severe pressure on my splene. Through many experiments with the whole roxi family I've found a home recieving 180 daludids a month with 60 40mg of oxycontin op for long term pain. I love the d's there great! The only thing wrong I find with them is I find my self takin more then six a day oraly/snorting because they have the tendency to fade away faster then the other drugs. Over all is take daludid over any narcotic. I find myself more relaxed focused, plus I think there a great remedy for anxiety. Besides there a life jaket if ur drowning in immense pain

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Pain Advocate Says:
You should try a pain clinic and also North american Spine in Texas does spinal work a fairly non evasive operation that yields results. I have chronic pain and had a botched surgery that made it worse and am looking into North American Spine for help . Tried T3's,percocet, Oxyconyin and find the dilaudid works best however if you look around it is hard to get off of so helping what is causeing the pain is your best option available.Being in constant pain really sucks just try to do as few meds as possible.

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JT Says:
I take 60mg oxycodone every 4 to 6 hours. (usually 4 hours) I also take 4 mg hydromorphone every six hours to help with the tolerance ive gained from takig pain meds for over 3 years. Recently some family member decided they needed my oxycodone more than me and like most doctors they wont refill it except for every 30 days. Well i found taking 16mg of the hydromorphone every 6 hours kept me from having the symptoms of withdraws. Hope this helps someone. JT

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Addict654 Says:
Well ive been on oxycodone 30mg 2x a day for 2 years and now I think the dilaudids are 100% better. But with those I withdrawal faster so personally id stick with oxycodone because it seems bigger and better things are worse for you.

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CLow113 Says:
Apparently, the drugs you have been using have given you SEVERE brain damage. My 3 year old son can spell and form sentences better than you. Lay off the drugs pal, and WHY ARE YOU SCREAMING??

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Dakotaa Says:
Dilaudid is a great pain reliever..all though very VERY addicting..my brother has had many back and heart surgeries..got addicted and began shooting up..not a good idea. hes had sepsis and has almost died 4 times from this..unclean needles isn't the only thing that can cause that though..when shooting up the good and the BAD bacteria goes straight to your heart causing infection. so stay away from the needles! But um..if you're looking for a pain pill that doesn't cause the loopy side effects i know tremadol works wonders.. its non narcodic but works just as well :)

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justme Says:
Dude, there is a line between use & abuse. If you wanna get high opiates are for pain...not recrational like coike , pot, or even alcohol. Your dr sees you differently, lush, . Get real discover the line & someone will have to carry your 400lb body to the creamotary...wake up...or not..puke

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angel Says:
I have been living on 4mg of dilaudid 4x per day and norco 10/325 for almost a year now for chronic functional abdominal pain syndrome... I notice when I don't take them on a consistent basis I am twice as ill as normal... I live with severe pain on a daily basis and they tell me there is no cure as it is a very rare condition

I have noticed over the past year though that the dilaudid pills don't seem to work as well as they use to... my dr. will not prescribe a higher dose, and I totally understand why... your body becomes so used to the drug being in your system it is almost impossible to live without it...

Granted, it is a great pain reliever and really makes a difference when I am in excrutiating pain, but is there anything else comparable? I feel like my body needs a change...

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angel Says:
they say start off with one... my tolerance personally is 8-16 mg at a time... 1-4 pills... it sucks because I have a very high tolerance for both the pain I live with and the pain killers i have been prescribed to live on... rediculous

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Tonya Says:
You should see about a spinal stimulator.I have got some of my life back. It helps alot with the pain. I use to not be able to get out of bed, because of the pain. I have rods, screws and a plate in my lower back. So, trust me. I know pain.

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EvanyCricket Says:
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First of all, get as far away from this stuff as you can, I am 30 years old and have been on pain meds(they were legally prescribed) since I was 13 due to several surgeries for bone cancer, ectopic tubal removal, MRSA, and I recently had a lamenectomy discetomy on my L5-S1 just 1 month after giving birth to my son, and now I'm in line for another surgery for another malignant tumor, so I totally understand pain and how intolerable it can be, I live with it everyday, but I am so sick of being a slave to narcotics! I am on oxycodone 10mg, 6x's a day as well as tramadol and dilaudid 4mg, 4x's a day. It sucks, you will get sucked in and if you miss a dose, you will suffer greatly, I pray everyday that I could just quit, and I know the ones out there that use it for fun, you will ignore what I'm saying now but you WILL regret it later for ever using narcotics.. However, I saw someone mention Tramadol as well and it really truly does help so much and it's not nearly as horrible for you as oxy, hydro, or dilaudid.. It really is a miracle drug.. It still can become addicting if taken improperly but I'd much rather deal with tramadol than that other crap.. Trust me, it's a BAD idea to ever get started on narcotics! I really hope at least one person listens to what I am saying..

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Jerry Says:
I respectfully disagree. there is nothing man can come up with that addresses pain effectively as opiates. they are far more kind to your system over the long run. problems arise when they're abused. tolerance develops and one becomes addicted and all sorts of evil can arise. one chases the dragon & it consumes you leading to the nightmares that are all to familiar to those who remain blinded by the sublime poision of extended release opiates, oxy, dilaudid, fentynl, etc. immediate release morphine or just raw opium enough to address pain during active part of the day is all that is necessary. any more is "getting high" or wanting to change the way you feel which leads to addiction escalating beyond all controll. for more info {edited for privacy}.

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laylow Says:
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Tramadol is a narcotic just a weak one

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