High Tolerance To Percocet..whats Better?

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Shannon Says:
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Ive been taking pain killers for several years for back problems arthritis and now prolaspe of my insides from a hystorectomy...I have a high tolerance and still spend day and night in pain...I'm going to pelvic floor therapy and pt on my back...I need the pain to stop...what's next?



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Verwon Says:

Both Dilaudid and Opana are narcotic opiates that are stronger than Oxycodone.

For example, if you were taking 10mgs of Oxycodone, then you'd only need 5mgs of Opana to be equivalent or just 3.75mgs of Dilaudid.

You can learn more Dilaudid details here and you can learn more Opana details here.

I'm not a doctor, so I can't say what would be right and safe for you to take, you'd have to discuss that with your doctor, but they are options you can ask them about, if you haven't already tried them.

Just like the Percocet, they do have the potential to be habit forming and have very similar side effect profiles.

Does anyone else have any suggestions?

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Louise Says:

I'm a registered respiratory therapist. I used to have severe arthritis in my neck as well as allergies for 35 years. I also had acid reflux and heartburn, a hiatal hernia, thyroid problems etc. into longer take any medication whatsoever. Every disease I had is gone. Not sure about diverticulosis but I have no problems whatsoever from it so I'm not getting another colonoscopy just to look! Pills will never stop and will make you sicker and sicker. I no longer need pain pills....or any medication for that matter!

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