Hydrocodone To Oxycodone

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Dave Says:
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I have just recently began a pain treatment clinic. I was prescribed hydrocodone 5mg with 325 mg acetaminophen. This is not working for me. What do I need to say to convince my Dr to change to oxycodone?



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Milly Says:
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How you tell the Dr. you want to change? That you want to change back to your old meds,pain pill.

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VerFree Says:

Just be honest with your doctor, tell them that the new medication isn't working for you, but you should do so, without asking for a specific replacement medication, let them suggest a solution, and then discuss your options from there.

Oxycodone has a tendency to be addictive and is highly abused, which makes many doctors reluctant to prescribe it. It's other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation.

Does anyone else have any advice to offer?

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