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Why Does Oxycodone Make You Feel Better
Taking oxycodone for several weeks. I got real sick nausea, lose of appetite. I'm stopping it today. When should I expect to feel better?
Do it w/ help: I'm glad that you'll be ending this medication, but don't just stop cold turkey w/out close monitoring. It can be very hard on your body so find help. There are ways to soften the change that may be quite important for your health. Ask the Dr who prescribed or contact a pain specialist. Please be careful! ...Read more
Pain medication : Oxycodone is a narcotic pain medication. It comes in short acting immediate release & long-acting sustained-release formulations. Like any other narcotic, it has issues related to addiction, dependence, tolerance, and withdrawal. It is a controlled substance, and can only be obtained with a prescription. ...Read more
Narcotic analgesic: Narcotic analgesics are divided into two groups: the "weak" or "minor" narcotic analgesics (codeine, propoxyphene), which are used for mild pain, and the "strong" or "major" narcotic analgesics (morphine, oxycodone and meperidine), which are indicated for moderate to severe pain. ...Read more
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