I would definetly find out your local laws for sure but as far as I know the answer is no. You may need a doctors note and have to take your meds. as prescribed. You need to have a really really good idea on how the oxy effects you before you get behind the wheel. When I was taking Demerol I was allowed to drive with a doctors note that I kept in my glove box.
if you jhave just stareted on this medication before you ever hit the roads I believe the safe thing is for you to observe and see how this medicine effects you, If you are on this medication then you need the bottle with your name and prescriber on it otherwise I think they would question what you are doing I can't say for sure but since it is a CNS depressant they at least will want you observed I can't hoestly say they would remove your right to drive unless you prove you are not in shape to sdrive while taking this medication
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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