I have been on oxycodone 10mg about 7-8 times a day, should be 4x a day. I have been a patient at this clinic for 20 years, I moved out of state, came back and the 2 good doctors I saw had left for some reason, I also was seeing a Pharmacy/Adult medicine doctor and got back with him in March, so last month he leaves the same clinic with out warning and goes to another clinic(Im on medicaid), and if I want to see the good doctors i will have to change it through the state, which I can't til next year. So I hhad to see other drs. in the clinic who were just asses to me about my oxycodones, so I have bought them from where ever to keep me from getting sick, Cause the next day of not having them and I feel like I'm going to die. I'm so terrified of going thru withdrawal, I have no money for any thing on the Thomas Recipe, and I have no support from any family, they will just get me more pills, I have even gone to the emergency room telling them I'm going thru withdrawal a nd they give me more. I am asking if Thomas Recipe would work with me having high blood pressure, and should I sue the clinic for not helping me get off them, since I have been asking them to help me get off for the last 8 years? Thanks.
Don't know that sueing the clinic will do you much good, but it is possible to get off the oxycodone with little to no withdrawal. I would be happy to help you with a taper program to get you off the oxycodone, if you would like. The Thomas recipe will help, but if you taper slow enough, you can do this without having to afford the recipe.
Tapering from the oxycodone takes some determination, but as long as you follow a schedule well, you can be off the oxycodone in a month or so. If you would like a taper plan, please let me know by commenting below.
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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