I have been on Hydrocodone for almost a year... 7.5 mg 3-4 times daily. Recently I was given a liver function test... and I was immediately taken off the drug and the physician upped my Ocycodone dosage to replace it. It has been 5 days since taking my Hydrocodone and I am feeling horrible. Headache, nausea, dizzyness, depressed... I was told I would not have any withdrawel because of the Oxycodone... Were they wrong?
18 Nov 2011
YES. , unquestionably it is much easier on your system as well.
as long as the dosage is comparable. just TAKE MORE if you feel any
discomfort or queasiness. I personally prefer oxycodone. you could try
crushing them first then drink them down with some luke warm water.
get a piece of paper place the tablet in the center, fold the paper over to cover it, crush with something smooth and heavy, carefully unfold the paper put the powder in your mouth and swallow with the water. rinse bitter taste out of mouth
with water (swallow again)
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