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Oxycodone is the generic name for Oxycontin. Actually, the full generic name is oxycodone hydrochloride. The drug is a controlled substance, because it contains a derivative of opium, and is only available by prescription. Oxycodone comes in tablet form, in strengths of 10 mg, 20 mg, 40 mg, and 80 mg.
When the brand name, Oxycontin, is prescribed and dispensed to the patient, the tablets will have the letters "OC" printed on one side, and a number, depicting how many milligrams the dosage is, on the other. When generic Oxycodone is prescribed, the strength will determine what color and size the tablets will be. If one is familiar with the appearance of the different strengths of Oxycodone, it is possible to tell the dosage strength simply by looking at the pill, something that can...

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Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder; the distinguishing signs of this disorder are excessive weight loss by starving oneself. Anorexia Nervosa is extremely dangerous, due to the severe weight loss, often times this leads to major health problems and death.


Anorexia is defined as ‘loss of appetite’. In this case, many times the individual just refuses to eat. The extreme fear of being over-weight consumes this person. No matter how small and slender they are, they still see themselves as fat and over-weight. Many decrease their food intake and tend to exercise in excess.

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  • I'm so glad this comments are filled with people like you. Kratom literally saved my life after being addicted to oxycodone then suboxone. I was on suboxone for 4 years before I found kratom. The w/ds from suboxone was worse than the oxys! Kratom allowed me to taper down easier due to requiring you to take grams instead of milligrams. It's so hard to taper when .1mg is active. You are always over or under dosing. I hope these prohibitionazis will gtfo kratom case.

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  • I have been to many sites trying to find some advise on what to do, My mother is 64 yrs old and been on the methadone clinic for 10 yrs. She is also on xanax this is horrible because she is never awake i have not had my mom in so long. she has agreed to go to detox and the rehab but i have heard terrible things about coming off both of them at the same time i dont want that to kill her but she is so bad i have to check to make sure she is still breathing everyday. Can anybody give me some...

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  • I am 35 weeks pregnant here sober for about 4 months and am scared to death that cps will take my daughter. The question of merconium being tested and showing up positive for past use and cps still taking away the child even if you are actively sober when delivering has not been really addressed. I know with using heroin even only a month into the 2nd trimaster will cause a positive in opiates in the merconium, but just wanted to know if current sobering counts for anything. I haven't...

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  • This shit makes me so angry or atom saved my life I had severe pain and severe depression with ptsd WITHIN A MONTH kratom got me off pain medication and my narcotics such a valium for ptsd I now take no medication none at all I have never felt better in my life and I know hundreds if not thousands who it has helped also this site is a joke I've never seen any psychotic problems due to kratom use however I have seen psychotic problems due to anti depressants narcotics and pain...

    Kevin @
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  • My brother and his bm are on their 2nd child. Their 1st got taken away by cps a year ago! Theyve dealt with heroin addiction for a couple years now... The problem is shes at the end of her 2nd trimester and although her stomach is growing big... Tonight was the 1st time the baby moved since the whole pregnancy!!!! The touch is so faint u cant tell whether its a hand, arm, foot, whatever. Many mothers have told me u should beable to tell the difference already? They lie and say they go to the...

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  • A lot of people automatically assume that all drug treatment centers will accept their insurance, but that actually isn't the case. I like the fact you've pointed out some of the facts the stimulants and depressions. Stimulants can be abused in so many ways.

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  • There is medication called Naltrexone that blocks the effects of opioid drugs. It's been even used in alcohol addiction treatment. In my opinion, it's the only remedy that really works in maintaining abstinence. There are pills, injections and pellets.

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  • I suffered a spinal cord injury Jan 2008 C3/4 Central cord Syndrome incomplete. I took Demerol for 3 years without a problem. Ten they sent me to a Pain Mngmt clinic. They took me off the Demerol put me on Oxycontin for 6 months when my neuropathy was flaring up changed me to morphine extended neuropathy still worse, put me on Methadone now 6 months and twice went to ER thinking I was dyeing. Google Methadone detox and you will see all these drugs increase sensitivity to pain. They...

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  • Well, where to start? Ok ive been addicted to codeine now for almost 2 years, maybe longer. It started off just taking 1 or two but rapidly went right up to 40 ish! When I started taking these tablets I had just had a massive breakdown, and I guess I was looking for a way to numb the pain...wrong decision...it bought me here..I just had another depressed episode last week and now I am determined to get off these evil tablets within a few weeks...im currently on 5, its just so hard, it takes...

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  • First off naltrexone isnt for withdrawels.i know i used it.secondly its used to stop addicts from using drugs or alcohol,and first was used just for alcoholics only til they find out it also used on heroin addicts like me. Whom is on methadone which sux. U get fat sweaty tired. Lazy. Its just a replacement for other drug being it does same dam thing. U think ur clean cause u get doses daily and are not sick. The reason ppl dont use is cause methadone and suboxone. Bupernorphines suboxen also. U...

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  • This story goes back 25 yrs. My ex husband was a down in the ditch drunk. He got sober and stayed that way for 25 yrs. During that time we split up and I was ok with our 2 boys living with him. In 1998, he started smoking crack. In 2007, he went into a 3 month rehab program and got clean. He coughs, wheezes, moans and groans all night long when sleeping. He's a smoker. He has Hep C and has for years. I suspect from sharing needles in his younger years. This year he has...

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