It depends on how you respond to each one.
Dilaudid is a stronger medication then oxycodone.
Dilaudid is stronger than oxycodone. The equivalence makes a difference also if you go from one med to the other. This was my experience at one time - my doctor took me off 30mg oxycodone and put me on 8mg dilaudid and I ask him if I would experience any withdrawal and he said no that the 30mg oxy was equivalent to the 8mg dilaudid, well I never did have any withdrawal so the equivalency he spoke of was right on or close.
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