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Changing meds?
Nov 5, 2012
... up and 10 mg norco to 7.5 percs would be considered equivilent on most conversion tables called equianalgesic charts. Meaning how to convert an equal dose of one anelgesic to an equal dose of another. Untill your doc does the conversion you dont really know. ... (3 replies)
... Hey steve, people can suffer rebound from almost any anelgesic, whether it's OTC or prescription. Rebound occurs when the med wears off, even something as simple as coffee can cause rebound when the cafeine wears off. Have you ever seen a nutristionist that's associated with a PM doc, There are alot of triggers that can also be avoided and are known to cause increased pain,... (12 replies)
... ns the injections are worth while. The first sign of tolerance is medication doesn't last as long, you don't normally experience more and more pain each day. The anelgesic effect may slowly decrease over time but not in a two week period. ... (5 replies)

... izsize lowe dose naltexone, but this was what Oxycontin tried doing to curb abuse in the early 2000's. Purdue couldn't find the proper dose that didn't limit the anelgesic effect and said reformaltion was couldn't be done. ... (7 replies)
... pain meds, It does reduce the buzz someone may be looking for if they were to use opiates to get high, but you can combine meth safely and it doesn't nullify the anelgesic qualities. It's a myth that it blocks other pain meds from working. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know how you go from norco to this rediclous state of anelgesic induced hyperalgesia. ... (4 replies)
... As far as what I meant by the last thing that you grow tolerant to is the anelgesic effects. ... (12 replies)
... capsules or the generic capsules they may start to work a little faster than a compacted tablet. But oxycodone is oxycodone. The tylenol may have some additinal anelgesic effect, but isn't a good long term choice. ... (6 replies)
... done or oxycodone, but that sedation does deminish as you become accomadated to the drug. Side effects like that should deminish long before the effectiveness or anelgesic properties. If someone makes the mistake of associating sedation with pain relief, staying sedated would require ever increasing doses. ... (2 replies)
Sep 26, 2006
... Hang in there, give it some time and if you can split the roxi it will reduce the side effects as wel as the anelgesic effects. But if you can get by with less, certainly try. ... (4 replies)
Panlor SS
Aug 14, 2006
... surgeon will feel or if he may be insulted if you want second opinion and different docs brought onto the case. A special consult with anesthesiology to discuss anelgesic options and the ID doc to discuss healing the infection. ... (4 replies)
... Hi queene, I'm really not sure if your describing the loss of an efective anelgesic or withdrawal from a med that causes physical dependnecne that has opiate properties and SSRI antidepressant properties. You get the nasties from both worlds. ... (9 replies)
... hs worth of trials and reported that althought the nalrexone in theory would prevent the high from IV injection, The naltrexone was also effectively blocking the anelgesic action of Oxycontin. ... (3 replies)
... several years prior to the pump and use the same BT meds I use now. THere is a misconception that meth negates the effect of other opiates. It doesn't negate the anelgesic effect of other opiates but it will deminish the euphoria caused by BT meds or heroin if on meth for addiction maint. ... (7 replies)
... heroin or their opiate of choice to try to achieve the feeling the old opiate would produce prior to taking meth. Basically it blocks the buzz but not additional anelgesic effects from other opiates or BT meds. ... (1 replies)
... t pain relief "analgesia" and the Kappa receptor is what provides the most euphoria. So all meth does is block the euphoric activity of other opiates and not the anelgesic properties from adtional MU activity. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Tina, That's not really correct about meth not being an opiate, methadone is a pure opiaite agonist, It has no opiate antagonistic properties. The only reaon it's used for addiction is that it's cheaper on the healthcare system and safer than a junkie injecting heroin. Because of the long half life, 24-30 hours One dose per day will prevent withdrawal so an addict can go in... (20 replies)
... thing. That loopiness is Euphoria which is an escape from reality. To maintain that escape the dose must be continually increased. However with pain control, the anelgesic effect will remain much longer than the loopiness or euphoria. Meaning you don't have to feel doped or high to get pain relief. ... (5 replies)
Can Someone Help
Dec 6, 2005
... use proof, the only known way to do that is to use Naltrexone and put just enough opiat antagonist in it to prevent a high when it's injected and not disrupt the anelgesic effect or send an opiate dependnet patient into withdrawal. ... (12 replies)
... In the case of Soma, It does fit the medical dictionarys term for narcotic but isn't clasified as one by the DEA, is not an anelgesic but can induce a stupor. ... (4 replies)

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