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What would be the effects of oxycodone insufflation?

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Dr. Jeff Blixt
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: More insufflation?

And then more insufflation and then more and then possible finding a faster route such as smoking it or IV injection.
And then needing more money to do more oxycodone, then realizing heroin is cheaper, then doing more heroin then losing family and friends and all self worth. Will this happen to everyone who does this no it won't. Is it what i see everyday? Absolutely.

In brief: More insufflation?

And then more insufflation and then more and then possible finding a faster route such as smoking it or IV injection.
And then needing more money to do more oxycodone, then realizing heroin is cheaper, then doing more heroin then losing family and friends and all self worth. Will this happen to everyone who does this no it won't. Is it what i see everyday? Absolutely.
Dr. Jeff Blixt
Dr. Jeff Blixt
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Dr. Brian Le
Pain Management

In brief: Addiction

Oxycodone is a potent pain medication.
It is not designed for insufflation. If you try to insufflate oxycodone to get special effect, you might be addicting to opiate. Please seek help from an addictionologist.

In brief: Addiction

Oxycodone is a potent pain medication.
It is not designed for insufflation. If you try to insufflate oxycodone to get special effect, you might be addicting to opiate. Please seek help from an addictionologist.
Dr. Brian Le
Dr. Brian Le
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