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THE GENERIC NAME FOR OPANA IS OXYMOPHONE. OXYMORPHONE IS GIVEN ORALLY IN EITHER ER (EXTENDED RELEASE), OR IR (IMMEDIATE RELEASE) IT IS VERY HIGHLY ADDICTIVE. MOST ABUSERS CRUSH AND SNORT IT LIKE OC USERS. SOME ALSO INJECT IT. I WAS AN ADDICT FOR EIGHT YEARS. AND A FUNCTIONING ONE AT THAT. BUT ONCE I ESCALATED TO OPANA, WITHIN THREE MONTHS I WAS COMPLETELY OUT OF IT. I COULD NO LONGER DO MY JOB OR SUPPORT MY WIFE AND CHILD IN ANY OTHER WAY.
I would always run out, then unfortunately would by off the street until I could re-up my own. This lasted over two years. You will fell like dieing for the next few days, but you will survive. Look around on the site and you will find ways to get some relief from the runs, leg tremors, headaches etc. Now is the time to consider other alternatives and maybe stay off the hydro's. If you decide to continue then you need a game plan.
Be careful of any Dr. who would do this....you may find them shut down by the DEA one day and then your name/records are tied to him... It's actually surprising that he put you on both Oxycontin and Fentanyl...Most Dr.s stick with only one long acting medication and then add in a short acting one for breakthrough pain... Same with your insurance....you are very lucky that they are ok with paying for both...Again...you just need to be careful...
If you truly have issues with chronic pain, like you mentioned, why not seek help in a pain clinic instead of the street. Oxys are expensive as you said, and they have cost you everything, but is trading an illegal habit for a legal one the answer? Are you using you chronic pain here only as an excuse to continue? If you want to continue using than by all means, legal drugs are cheaper and much less trouble.
Also, the things they are typically cut with can do intense damage to the nose (tylenol). That being said, Opana (oxymorphone) is the main exception to this rule. It goes from 10% BA to over 40% if taken intranasally. Taking it this way causes intense physical addiction, and potentially the worst withdrawal symptoms of any opiate you can get outside a hospital. There are folks on here who have come off doses similar to yours. It can be done!
With an average of two 8-2 mg Suboxone tablets a day, you're looking at $395 a month (approximately) with a possibility of insurance picking up 75% of that cost. All that being said, first, it is not called sub. That is a street name. The medication is Suboxone. The difference between it and Subutex is the naloxone in Suboxone. The naloxone only prevents a Suboxone client from getting high if the tablet is transformed to liquid and injected.
Reality is that if you are looking at being on strong narcotic medication for a very long time/life then you need to keep in mind that going to the end/close to the end of scale is in most cases NOT a good idea, as it leaves you with relatively few places to go. Oxymorphone.... Methadone... and the likes...... 2. I have heard a lot of people talk about dex. and as I write this I am trying to find someones post from a different forum to post here (minus the name) to explain it better.
When becoming addicted drugs, regardless of what they are, a lot of the symptoms are the same - anxiety, depression, constant crying, aches, pains, you name it. I'm going through the same with my withdrawals from oxycodone. It's pure HELL! I'm having great luck with vitamin B-12 (or B-13 as I mistakenly posted in another thread!) I get a boost of energy that last about 3-4 hours. I would suggest you take that. Best of lucky, sweetheart. We're all in this together.
The Opana (oxymorphone) I take is 2 times stronger than percocet. However, despite this revelation that percocet is more than 1.5 times the strength of norco, it is not too strong of a leap for you. Many people are prescribed percocet who don't take opioids on a regular basis for things such as dental procedures or post surgery pain. Less than 1% of chronic pain patients get addicted to their pain medication.
I'll try that, but honestly.. I've got a whopping $65 to my name, and due to W/D's can't work. My Fiancee is doing his best to get into working, so that he can pay for whatever help I need, so that I, myself can get back to work. But thus far he's not been called back about any of his applications, which is frustrating. I just.. think it's horrible that you have to either wait several weeks, or pay several hundred dollars when in a situation like this, just to get help to get out..
thank god I have never needed the fentanyl patch, but this is what I learned watching a PBS special on pain management for cancer patients. From what I learned on this show, plus a little net research, the Fentanyl patch is probably the single most effective treatment for chronic pain going. Yes, it costs a bunch -- apparently several thousand per month.
I am a current chronic pain sufferer and have taken just about every pain killer made, with the exception of I believe it's called oxymorphone(it's a supository so nuf said there). I have never taken street drugs or even alcohol. I started my downward spiral about 6 years ago when I was diagnosed with a chronic pain syndrome affecting my joints. I started the usual percs(5mg) taking 1-2 every 4 hours. This of course lasted a very short time and was moved up to oxycontin.
i dont know much about how much people take, or what they take, or street drugs. i know that the times that i am not taking anything i feel down and the days seem to crawl by so slowly. so, i know you must be struggling with staying off the pills. how did you get off? the celexa is really helpful. but it is also an addictive drug. you cant just stop taking it without having serious withdrawal and possible seizures. you have to wean yourself off it with the help of a doctor.
I know where you're at very well. I am a recovering Vicodin (Lortab) addict myself. At one time, I was taking 75 to 100 Vicodin per day (yes, I said 100). I was removing the tylenol, but was still taking about 12 to 15-tablet doses. With narcotics, tolerance over time renders dosages pretty much meaningless. You reach a point where no dosage really has the effect that got you hooked in the first place. At your dosage rate, you're taking this oxy-lortab cocktail just to avoid getting sick.
I am chad's younger brother,my name is casey.I've done hard drugs all my life,since I was 14 and when I was 18 I started heroin.I tried to quit using when I was 21.I started stealing oxycontin60mg from my dad.When I didn't have Oxycontin,I would go and get heroin.I was taking 2 60's at a time,3 times a day.After fighting with my heroin addiction for years,I finally overdosed.My wife found me in the bathroom dead.My father and my brother(panic stricken)revived me.That still didn't stop me.
In this article I will use the name ‘Suboxone’ because of the common reference to the drug, but in all cases I am referring to the use and actions of buprenorphine in either form. The unique effects of buprenorphine can be attributed to the drug’s unique molecular properties. First, the partial agonist effect at the receptor level results in a ‘ceiling effect’ to dosing after about 4 mg, so that increased dosing does not result in increased opiate effect beyond that dose.
IT IS NOW TO THE POINT WHEN I DON'T HAVE ANY LEFT, I AM RUNNING AROUND WORRYING ABOUT WHERE I CAN GET MORE, I AM EVEN GOING IN DEBT FROM BUYING THEM OFF THE STREET. I AM SCARED AND DON'T WANT TO BE IN PAIN ALWAYS, BUT, I WANT TO BE ABLE TO COME OFF THEM WITHOUT HAVING HEART FAILURE OR WHATEVER. IS SOMEONE JUST ABLE TO STOP COLD TURKEY?
Well, I, too, got a random urine drug screen, which I knew was coming for a long time, but I had not 1 ounce of fear or worry, as I always take my meds and never ever street drugs or anything. I don't drink or smoke. Totally boring life! Well, my UA came back 100% negative for Vicodin as well and the you-know-what hit the fan. I was stunned. They told me I must be stashing my supply and/or selling it. I was beyond stunned, to the point of tears.
I know epic and neighborcare computers are not hooked up so there is no way for them to tell if you went to the pharmacy down the street. I know not to go to CVS or RiteAid because they can what other CVS or RiteAids you have been to. I am an addict. I hold no one responsible for it but myself. I don't blame my parents for giving me the genes for addiction (even though they are not addicts but there is a history of addiction further down my family).
I must recommend that everybody here research a gentleman by the name DR. TOM CHALKO who resides in austrailia. He is about the only person on this planet that will be able to get rid of this horrible addiction for good. Please do not rely on western medicine for such cures!
It may be covered by Blue Cross/Blue Shield, but even if it isn't (mine isn't covered by my insurance), it probably isn't far from the co-pay for AndroGel. That's mostly because AndroGel went through extensive testing to become a name brand product (to the tune of tens of millions), so they are trying to recoup that expense before it goes generic, which usually erodes sales.
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