Oxycodone and sweating

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If i took my last dose for the day too early i would wake up around 2-3 am and be <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and in full wds. I sometimes had to take another smaller dose just to stop the wds.
Have gotten addicted to <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> for about 10 months now. When I called for a refill my doc would not refill the script. This weekend and still I am going through withdrawal. Today (3/4/08) makes day 5. How long does this goes on? Managed to sleep one night. Seems night is the worst time for me. That is when I would wake up every 2 hours and take 2 until about 6:00 am. My arms are crazy. No sweating today. Just sore arms.
I understand how you feel. I'm 51 and I also think I'm to old to be going thru this too. We also have in common the same drug of choice. I have been clean for almost a month. I took alot of valium and that helped greatly. 10 months is not a long time compared to most so that is good news. I think you will be feeling much better by friday. I found it was hard to do but not as hard as I thought it was going to be.
my father is on the Fentanyl patch and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> and is experiencing the side effects of not eating, sweating; weakness- he is wasting away. His legs are numb from knees down and has extreme pain in his hands from neopathy. Is there any help out there?
Six months ago, he decided to go back on pain meds, for his pain he told me. His doctor prescribed <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> and methadone. I've seen him snorting his oxycodone several times. He tells me he takes the oxycodone this way to get it into his system faster, so his pain will go away faster. He has also traded some of his methadone for oxycontin pills several times. He said he did this because during the middle of the winter, the oxycodone and methadone didn't adequately control his pain.
I HAVE BEEN ON <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> FOR ABOUT A YEAR AND STARTED WITH 40 TO 50 MG A DAY AND WENT UP TO 90 MG A DAY FOR THE LAST THREE MONTHS> SUDDENLY 3 DAYS AGO I DROPPED TO 7.5 MG 3 TIMES A DAY , AND HAVE HARDLY NO SYMPTOMS. IS THIS GOOD. SHOULD I BE FEELING SOME WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS FROM DROPPING THAT FAR OF A DOSE FOR THE LAST THREE DAYS. I'VE SLEPT ALL NIGHT. THE VERY FIRST NIGHT A WOKE UP WITH STOMACH CRAMPS AND THE RUNS BUT THATS IT. I GUESS I FEEL A LITTLE DEPRESSED ,BUT NOTHING BAD.
I take medication as prescribed as I have been in recovery for 6 years. Recently I have found myself profusely <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and went to the doctor just this week to address the problem. He indicated that the sweating could be caused by a number of things; menopause, recently developed high blood pressure as well as my break thru pain which I take nothing else for. It is summer and I FEEL THE HEAT SOMETHING awful.
he did inform me today that he also ran out of his flexeril a week ago and this is when the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> started Duh hope you and deb are doing good keep coming back love to all cindi
My husband takes it but each month he runs out anywhere from 5 days to 2 plus weeks. At the end of every month he has compliants and symtoms.
The other night i finished the ativan (on it for about 3weeks). Yesterday and today i've been shaking and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> horribly. The pain is gone but i feel horrible. Could it be ativan withdrawals? Thankfully, I've had no cravings to drink.
The other night i finished the ativan (on it for about 3weeks). Yesterday and today i've been shaking and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> horribly. The pain is gone but i feel horrible. Could it be ativan withdrawals? Thankfully, I've had no cravings to drink.
It will get better and better and after 2 weeks you will be MUCH better. But for now.... a day at a time. Keep <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and building your natural endorphins.
I have major anxiety attacks, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and other problems. I'm convinced that oxicodone is a killer!!!! Hope it helps someone. The problem is I cannot walk without the meds. I'm damned if I do and damned if I dont. Quite frankly, I'm scared to death of dying from afib not from my spine problems. I also believe the pharmaceutical lobby is too big and is covering up the problem.
I can't sleep, I am emotional, I pee all the time (like every 15 minutes), the second day I felt physically ill (like I had the flu) and my body feels like it has pins and needles in it. I know I can handle the withdrawals with no problem, but what I would like to know is how long is this going to last?
About 11pm that night, the withdrawals started, I couldn't sleep, I was shaking, I was <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and freezing, I couldn't eat or drink anything, and all I wanted to do, all I could think about, was getting more medication to make this all stop. Finally after 3 days of Hell, I decided to go to my Doctor because I knew I couldn't do it alone.
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and was given Lyrica, Cymbalta, and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span>. At first the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> worked great, and minutes after I took it I felt the pain disappear, but also noticed that I got a feeling as though I could worry about nothing which I liked very much. At first I was taking 1 to 2 every 4 to 6 hours and I was only taking 1, but as time went on, I started taking 2 and then more than 2 every 4 hours and then 2 sooner.
my dr saw that i was an addict and has discharged me and gave me saboxen.. i am scared and don't know what to do from here. any help would be greatly appreciated.
I became very depressed after leaving NA and am relatively clueless of how to proceed from here. I am convinced and have a strong desire to stop taking the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span>, because I am convinced it is killing me and my relationship with my wife and friends. I have decided to quit cold turkey and have taken my last pill at 3pm est today~! I was hoping for some feedback and support over the next couple of days.
Eat foods high in potassium such as bananas and oatmeal. Try and make yourself as comfortable as possible and get your mind in a good place. Your attitude plays a big part. Whatever you do, don't use. Get through this and know that it will be over soon. Once you get a few days in we can begin to talk with you about outside support. This is a great place so listen to the members here who have experience and have been where you are. Hang in there and keep posting.
Hi so im trying to quit. No. im quitting <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span> and was wondering is it best to taper down or go cold turkeye been addicted for 1 year and need to stop. I would usually take 3-4 oxys 15 mg a day and now decided to quit these. Just 3days ago I went from 3 oxycodone 15mg pills (45mg a day) to just 1 half of a 15mg ie. 7.5 mg a day now. The first day I went from 45 mg to just 7.5mg was hard. But then 2days later my body is now adjusting to only having 7.5 mgs now.
30 am) I took a total of 3 ten mg oxy and no opana. I am <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> and a little shaky but nothing I can't handle. I am on my way to doctor. I am scared to death that he will take it all away and I will die. But I'm going to tell him anyway. Guys, while I was in the deepest misdt of the withdrawals and in horrible pain, my husband picked that particular time to "talk " to me about us. Then he proceeded to drink and trashed my kitchen. He is notorious for breaking things when he is drunk.
I was in a major car accident 2 years ago and was perscribed oxycontin and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>oxycodone</span>. Now, it seems that I need to take it just to keep my sanity and it does get rid of my back pain. I feel so hopeless, I've lowered my dose four times and still suffer from withdrawl. I've been an addict since my early 20's. It all began with physical pain, migraines, kidney stones, 3 herniated discs in my lower lumbar spine, and many aches and pains. I can't sleep or eat.
I met my boyfriend 6 years ago back in 2006. We have been together ever since. I am 25 years old and he is 35. I was 19 when I met him. As for him, he confessed me he used to have an addiction back in his 20s to painkillers when we started dating. Everything went great. Years went by and in 2009 he had an injury at work named “tennis elbow”. His work paid for the doctors and therapists but his insurance was so greedy that they didn’t want to give him a surgery yet.
I fell horrible the worst pain I've ever been in I keep thinking this is going to kill me and ive been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> a lot. Any suggestions? I'm trying hard to win this battle and get my life back.
Please help if you can! I am trying to taper off of a 3-year opiate addiction. I take 30mg oxyccodone up tp 12 a day or more. I am now taking 7 or 8 a day and will try 6 a day then 5 a day... I am sure you get what I am saying. I am trying this slowly for a month to escape severe withdrawls and totally be free of this drug. I am an addict, I know this, I by the grace of GOD overcame a 20-year addiction from cocaine and then crack,.
watery eyes, diarrhea, sneezing, yawning, aching joints and muscles, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> but freezing at the same time, goose bumps, restlessness, agitation, anxiety, insomnia by nighttime, nausea, headache...... One, two or all of the above!!! : ) There are probably more, but those came to mind first. Usually you would have some symptoms by this time. You said 30 hrs or so, right?
Hello All! I am just starting a new forum for suggestions, own personal experiences, and advice! I have been on oxycodone & oxycontin for over a year now (consistently several times a day for over 10 months) originally started doing 5&10mg, then tried 15&30mg and oxycontin 20s&40s which I liked alot more, from then didn't like or get 5&10s anymore because didn't satisfy my need or like of high. Day in and day out from morning till dark I was doing these- EVERY DAY!
I pretended like it was personal me against the WDs and I fought dirty and mean. I knew I was tough and tough I was. The only easy day was yesterday! Once you know that you can do anything. Just tell yourself that yesterday was easier than today and it's supposed to be. Then gut it out.
im on day four im 23 and have been using oxys for 3 years Ive quit 7 times twice with subboxone in the past im going cold turkey now and have been using 160 mg oxy per day im cold <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>sweating</span> headaches diaareah nasue anxiety and of course the tour de force the aches, my body feels as if a half dozen men beat the **** out of me with baseball bats. Im going crazy and am so close to relapsing as i can have pills in 2 minutes at any time of day.
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