Will smoking oxycontin cause paranoid schizophrenia?

No. Smoking opiates like heroin or Oxycontin have not been associated with schizophrenia but it clearly means you have a problem with drug abuse and need to seek treatment.
Talk to your doctor. Before even consering such a misadventure you should run this by a trusted physician. You deserve a personalized thoughtful and complete explaination for why you or anyone else should not do this.
Regardless. Although smoking Oxycontin is unhealthy for many other reasons it would be less likely to precipitate psychosis or schizophrenia.
No. Smoking oxycodone does not cause schizophrenia, bur such behavior could be dangerous. Too much of any opiate can cause one to stop breathing and die.!

Related Questions

Can marijuana cause paranoid schizophrenia?

Potentially. If you have family history of thought disorders, such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, or bipolar I disorder with psychotic features, you are at a higher risk than the general population to develop psychosis after smoking marijuana, which may not resolve when you stop smoking. Be careful please.
If predisposed. I agree with dr. Chenoweth. Possible effects of marijuana include anxiety, depression, fear, panic, delusions, hallucinations, losing touch with reality, inattentiveness, short-term memory problems, & disturbances of thought processes. In individuals with predispostions for major mental disorders - it may trigger disease expression.

Do asthma inhalers interact or cause problems with paranoid schizophrenia medicines?

List drugs. Would be better able to answer if you would specify the asthma inhaler and the psych meds you're having concerns with as well as any possible side effects you may be experiencing. Otherwise, the paperwork that came with the meds should talk specifically about this information or the pharmacist could also tell you if there were important things you needed to know about interactions.
Highly unlikely. Since the usual dose of inhaled steroid is relatively low, it has little systemic absorption and is not expected to have systemic symptoms. The higher dose inhaled steroid may cause some systemic effects but I'd still doubt that it would be a significant one. The bornchodilator does not usually lead to CNS symptoms. Thus the short answer would be "no"

How can I cope with threatening relative- paranoid schizophrenia?

Have you had any. Family sessions with the treating psychiatrist to better learn how to deal with this. If you have access to the provider- you can ask for specific recommendations.
Options. If threats are credible notify authorities. Most states have civil commitment laws and if legal criteria are satisfied individuals with psychiatric illness who are at increased risk for violence can be mandated to treatment. Contact it lucas police department, probate court or 911.

How can I deal with threatening relative- paranoid schizophrenia?

Options. If threats are credible notify authorities. Most states have civil commitment laws and if legal criteria are satisfied individuals with psychiatric illness who are at increased risk for violence can be mandated to treatment. Contact it lucas police department, probate court or 911.

Please tell me what will happen if a paranoid schizophrenia doesn't take her pills?

Symptoms will worsen. Without treatment, long term suffering is typical. Since it is not possible for the patient to tell the difference between real and hallucinations, value of treatment may not be apparent to the patient, especially at first. Without support of family and friends, treatment tends to be spotty, resulting in extra suffering. Medications are not perfect, but they do help. Talk to the psychiatrist.
Schizophrenia. There is a great risk of decompensation, becoming unstable, hallucinating, and needing emergency level care if not involuntary hospitalization, depending on severity of symptoms.

What are symptoms of personality disorder and paranoid schizophrenia?

These are two big. Questions. You might want to do your own research on each, as they are separate. Try psychologytoday. Com. Try nimh. Org. PSTY disorders are largely a group of non-psychotic, unlearned behaviors that result in chronic, characteristic maladaptive experiences. Paranoid Schizophrenia is a psychotic state. Symptoms are usually hallucinations/delusions of the grandiose or persecutory type.

Could paranoia as a child turn into paranoid schizophrenia as an adult?

Yes, it is possible. However, not every paranoid child grows up to be a paranoid adult, especially if their circumstances change or they receive corrective therapy. Best wishes.
Depends. Time is needed to assess. Schizophrenia affects 1% of the population. Paranoia, depending on how it is manifesting, may be unrelated to schizophrenia.

What's the difference between paranoid schizophrenia and non-paranoid schizo?

Paranoia. Paranoid schizophrenia is marked by belief that persons or entities are after and want to hurt the patient.
Fear of persecution. The differences can be subtle at times. However, paranoid schizophrenia presents with delusions of persecution and auditory hallucinations without many of the other problems (thought disorder, bizarre affect or behaviors). On first listen, the delusions may be plausible, although they tend to be pervasive and affect the way the person relates to others (mistrust or even aggression).