... What will happen if I do inject it?
1 Sep 2011
It would help to know why you are taking it and why you want to inject it. I'd suggest not even trying to inject it if you haven't already. You might like it too much and be hooked and it's all down hill from there. I'd like to have more information from you about it first.
1 Sep 2011
Injecting tablets meant to be taken by mouth is a very dangerous practice. For one thing not all the inert ingredients will dissolve and can cause a multitude of problems when injected including infection (phlebitis) of the vein the med was injected into, up to possible stroke and even death if undissolved particles reach your lungs or brain . If you feel like this medicine isnt covering your pain then you should talk to the Dr about increasing your dose or putting you on another medicine. It is too dangerous to inject dissolved pills, not to mention it is abusive behavior. If you see a PM Dr and he sees you have been injecting, he will drop you immediately.
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