Health Effects Of Snorting Percocets

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i heard a family member is snorting percocets. He seems to be failing in health... could there be a link to this? help



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Roy Says:

Yes, I would say there could be a link (unless your family member is dealing with an unrelated medical condition). Percocet is a very strong narcotic drug and they are highly addicting. There are dangers to having an opiate addiction, not to mention the hells of withdrawals. Probably the best thing to do for that person would be an intervention / getting them professional help for their addiction. So sorry to hear about this. Please post back if you have any other questions or information to add.

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noble miltias Says:

I have been in pain from tolerable to severe for 12 years. My problem is a no narcotic seems to work as well as they used to no surprise on that. I have somehow never taken dilaudid i am currently taking 60mg of percocet per 24 hrs. what is the equivelant dose of dilaudid thanks in advance for helping, noble

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Lissa Says:

Hi well I am a 17 year old girl from mass. I started out by taking little amounts of percocets here and there just for fun until I got addicted. I know have been taking anywhere from 2 to 10 ( 30mg pills) per day. After my life came crashing down and I realized I need to quit , I bought two suboxones and I'm trying to quit. Today is day 3 for me but after an irritable sleep I woke up to a nauseous feeling and I puked my brains out. The addiction is a lot worse than I thought. Should I go to a one week detox program? Or do it on my own? Please help please I'm so lost and I've never felt so alone.
Thanks -Lissa

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