is one stronger than the other.
It all depends on what works for you. Personally, the dilaudid works better on pain. I may be wrong but, speaking only through personal observations, you can build up a tolerance to the oxy's much faster than the dilaudid.
Sorry I couldn't be more precise. It's really what works best for the patient.
So true christine, it is an individual thing. I personally think though the oxycodone works better but yes it does build a tolerance pretty fast. I think you may need to try both seperately of course at different times to see what works best fr you. They are both good drugs for pain. Hope you find relief from one of them.
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