Oxycodone nausea relief

Common Questions and Answers about Oxycodone nausea relief

oxycontin

Omg, I' m trying to stop using oxycodone this is day 2 of not using and i can't take feeling like this. I've been hooked for 2 yrs and can't stand the person i've become, lying, stealing, hurting myself and others that care about me. My whole body is shaking, Ihad sweats real bad last night, restless legs, chills all symptoms, feeling worse today what hell will I have to endure tonight. wish I never took one pill. Trying to be strong but about to break!
The Doc gave me Percocet and Endocet, both are Oxycodone with aspirin or acetaminophen. It works great for my lower back pain so I can sleep but in the morning I am kneeling in front of the toilet wishing I would die from heaving and making my back worse. Is there some other pain killer that won't upset my stomach to the point of barfing every morning? At this point I won't take the meds but I lay in bed wishing I could sleep and knowing I will hate myself in the morning if I take a pill.
As luck would have it a friend quit taking her extended release oxycodone and percocets, and gave me literally hundreds of each: percocet 10/325, oxycodone extended release 20 mg. I started taking more and noticed that if i just take a lot every day, I don't ever get a migraine, at all. So I'd say I'm taking btween 80-100 mg. total a day. Last week I tried to stop, because I am getting close to my due date and don't want to have a baby born addicted. Well the withdrawals were awful.
With the controlled release of the med I'm taking now, things seem to be on an even keel compared to the abrupt ups and downs of the shorter acting narcotics like hydrocodone and oxycodone. As I've said time and again, all I want is a state of equilibrium in my life where everything seems to be safe and secure....and pain free! I suppose that's a lot to ask for as a human being? Somebody said above that they went fifteen years in hell before discovering a med that offered some relief.
Do you use anything like an ice pack or mint oil or anything after the migraine is bad and the medication hasn't worked or while you are waiting for the medication to work? I find that ice packs provide a LOT of relief. And, a lot of other migraine patients find that smelling or rubbing mint oil on their temples helps the pain. There are other tricks like that too... non-medication tricks that people use to help the pain. Resting in a dark room is another one.
oxycodone, oxycontin, hydrocodone; 2nd choice: morphine. have been regularly taking 140-180 mg. of opiates a day. what can i do for the withdrawls? i am a 48 YO woman and have high blood pressure and have panic attacks if i don't get the opiates into my system on a regular basis. i still have to work; can't take time off work but still need to be able to function.
Right now I am taking 15mg Roxicodone, 2 tablets every 4 hours, with 20mg/ml Eth-Oxydose (liquid oxycodone) for breakthrough pain. Due to stupidity on my part (I didn't make my next appointment while I was at the doctor's office last time, I waited and called a couple of weeks later) I couldn't get an appointment for my prescription renewal (I have to physically see him every two months, on the off-months he overnights my scrips to me) untill two days past my run-out date.
Fentanyl patches are designed to release medication over a period of time and hopefully provide better pain relief than increased amounts of oral medication. Nausea is not an unusual side effect, but you need to determine whether this nausea you are experiencing is more than a usual adjustment to taking a significant medication.
Oxycotin is supposed to be used in cases where the patient needs to take it for long term use, it is not recommended for post-op pain relief, despite this many doctors still do perscribe it for pos-op pain relief. If your brother tells the doctor that the percocet is not lasting the full four hours maybe he will either switch him over or tell him to take the percocet every 3 hours instead, after my first surgery i was taking percocet 2 tabs every 3 hours for months.
I would have thought that with all the medication I'm on it would cover any headaches, but the oxycodone really doesn't work on headaches for me. I always have to take the ibuprofen. Another thing I've noticed is that my appetite is really poor. I've lost quite a bit of weight while I've been on these meds (and I definitely needed to.) Some of it was through watching what I ate and going to the gym. But I haven't been able to get back to the gym in a while due to surgeries and pain.
I had my last oxycodone at 8 pm las night. I am trying to use the Thomas recipe the pills are still in the house and I'm freaking. My friend is supposed to be bringing my Valium and Ambien for this withdrawal.
That means there is some potential for abuse, but less than for Schedule II drugs like oxycodone and morphine. It can also be prescribed with up to five refills. Three strengths of Butrans are available: 5, 10, and 20 mcg/hour; each single patch is intended to be worn for seven days. It is recommended for patients who need 80 mg/day or less of morphine-equivalent opioid medication. Note: The use of other extended-release opioids must be reduced before starting buprenorphine treatment.
If you are having a spinal fusion done,you def wont get the pain relief ull need from tylenol 3 for a spinal fusion surgery,at the least you want Hydrocodone(vicodin,better off with Norcos though less tylenol) or the Oxycodone,if u take as prescribed you should be fine.
How bad if any do you think my withdrawals will be. The only diff is for the last 4 days of use I was taking 5mg oxycodone maybe 5 a day. I have never taken these before this and have more but am throwing them away. I used to go by a diff name so message me if you need to know other screen name. My story is posted in my journal.
I felt faint and sick all day at work and when i got home i slept alot even on wednesday. Now he prescribed me oxycodone hcl 5mg it does not make me sick but it does not take the pain away either. I tried 1 and 1/2 and still no relief but at least it doesn't make me sick. I have had three normal mri's and am awaiting the results of my fourth.
After 3 days in the hospital on a Morophine pump I went home on Oxycotin and Oxycodone for 3 weeks and then 3 weeks of just Oxycodone. I lost 18 pounds pretty quickly due to the sickness and have only put back on a couple pounds (leaving me at 108lbs at 5'5"). I have been off all pain meds since the beginning of January and my appetite has not returned. I could go all day and not eat, never really getting hungry.
I have been taking oxycodone daily for about a year. I started having bouts of nausea, vomiting and extreme weakness that last 2-3 days a few months later. 3 weeks ago, I was diagnosed with gastroparesis and put on a low residue diet and metaclopramide. I have told the doctors exactly how much oxycodone I take (60-75mg/day), but they did not seem terribly concerned. I have found on the internet that gp can be caused by narcotics.
All my docs are in disagreement over who should write my now 7-month long oxycodone script - all uncomfortable to take responsibilty, I guess. My new PM doc, who I was sent to by two other docs b/c of my pain, said 4-6 5mg oxy's/day no problem. Wrote me a one-time script for 60 and they are gone today.
I HAVE MINOR BACK PAIN. I HAVE BEEN TAKING 30 MG IMMEDIATE RELEASE OXYCODONE ABOUT 60MG A DAY AND AM WONDERING IF IT IS BAD FOR MY BODY OR BRAIN OR ANYTHING TO TAKE THIS STUFF FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE? DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT THESE PILLS? I HAVE BEEN TAKING PAINKILLERS FOR 4 YEARS NOW AND I LIKE THESE ONES BECAUSE THEY DO NOT HAVE ANY TYLENOL IN THEM AND I DONT FEEL A HANG OVER FROM THEM OR ANY TYPE OF DAMAGE UNLESS I FORGET TO TAKE THEM THEN I FEEL THE WORST WITHDRAWLS EVER.
I really need some help with this. For about 4 weeks I have been having severe nausea from the time I get up till around 1 or 2 in the afternoons. I have no energy, I have to make myself eat( feel more like eating late in the evening) I DO have a history of IBS ( diareah / constipation ) I have some discomfort in the upper abd.The worst part is the nausea and lack of energy. I feel sometimes if I don't lie down , I will just pass out.
I had back surgery 2 weeks ago and went back on 15mg Oxycodone IR's x 10 a day. I've been on them at this dose for most of about the last two weeks. What I want to know is how bad the wd's will be. I can't imagine it will be as bad as the Opana since I was on such a high dose and was on it for 2 years but I can't imagine it'll be a cake walk to wd cold turkey from 150mg/day of Oxy even though it's only been 2 weeks. I just want to cold turkey now to get it over with before it gets bad.
Coadministration of oxycodone with serotonin reuptake inhibitors has been associated with development of the serotonin syndrome. The mechanism of interaction is unknown. Unlike other analgesics such as phenylpiperidine opioids (e.g., meperidine) and tramadol, oxycodone is not known to possess serotonergic activity and has not previously been associated with the serotonin syndrome.
I had to administer emergency saline enemas 1-2 times per week for relief! On the Fentanyl patches, I have no more constipation issues!! I just take a stool softner (Colace) every other day and I'm fine. I am so happy with my new long-acting medication as it also does a GREAT job at relieving my pain. The oxycodone I take for breakthrough pain works much faster now and lasts twice as long (5-6 hours)!
I was given Endone once in the past and it gave me the best relief , It was still there but It took more than the edge off. My question is is it ok to go back onto Endone ? Will it slow down my recovery ? Will it inhibit my cognition to a great extent? Also how addictive is it ? I am on Tramol at this stage and have been for over 2 years now . It does nothing to stop the pain other than taking the over bearing edge off the pain.
Your tolerance has built. It happened to me too. Then i was extremely sick in the morning until i took oxy. I suggest speaking with your doctor. Do not let him put you on a higher dose. Acupuncture works for me. Best of luck... Keep us posted!
and Mary, Alice and Bob obtain little relief from it. They may have better relief from OxyContin or Fentanyl. Pain management or pain control is a trial and error process. It's because we are all unique. Our systems respond differently to different medications. A good physician will work with you to determine the best medication to control your pain and symptoms. There is no right answer for which drug works best. I hope that you will keep us updated and let us know how you are doing.
There is also wide variation in the degree of nausea produced by different medications in different people. I do not know of any evidence that hydromorphone is better tolerated overall than oxycodone.
Taking valium with Ropinirole can precipitate anxiety, increase pain and cause nausea, dizziness and depression. So, please do not start Valium before asking your doctor. Though there is no permanent cure of RLS, regular & sound sleep helps get relief from symptoms. Supplements of iron/vitamin also help some. Sometimes medications such as levodopa, bromocriptine, oxycodone may be tried to provide some relief from the symptoms.
I am not getting the pain controlled, it is as if I had no pain implanted at all. During trial I had complete pain relief. my pain doctor has tried morphine(terrible nausea, and I stopped being able to eat! now he has switched me to straight anesthesia, and I feel worse. should I try dilaudid? my daughter told me it changes your personality. Is this true? I would appreciate any comments. signed: not sure what to do?
MedHelp Health Answers