Originally Posted by Kush7
SWIM is prescribed 90 Opana 40mg. extended release pills a month. Every month he sells 60-70 of them (rails the rest), and then buys methadone
off the street. His doctor won't prescribe him methadone because he is also on 4mg. of zanax a day. I know selling the pills isn't a good idea, so i'm wondering if being honest w/ a doctor and telling them you take dones is a good idea.... or should he just stay on his dishonest path??
Majorly disclaiming this as purely SWIM
's opinion, SWIM would not stake anything on this so if it sounds offensive or abrasive, take it with a grain of salt please:
SWIM firstly doesn't understand why someone would trade up oxymorphone
for crappy ass methadone unless it was for a whole shitload of money. I mean a whole shitload
. Anyone can take an oxycontin for the first time, walk into a clinic, lie, and get methadone - it's basically non-euphoric dogshit with zero rush capacity to boot. Which is why the government doesn't mind having it dished out like candy, being one of the least recreational opiates
next to suboxone
. Someone who has never experienced euphoria
from a "good" opiate
(like oxymorphone), or who only has done something extremely weak like codeine
, might think methadone is great, but comparatively it is horrible next to other opiates in terms of euphoria - and what little euphoria someone might get off of it at first will quickly
vanish. Oxymorphone is a million times better, so SWIM assumes this is for the money?
Second, if this dishonesty is eating you alive so badly that coming clean would be less painful then going through a life with the probability of never getting adequate pain treatment ever again
, I guess you better do it. If you can still sleep at night over it, the only thing telling your doctor is going to accomplish is getting your badass prescription (that people would kill for) yanked, and getting blacklisted as a drug
abuser and dealer who can never get their pain relieved for the rest of their life.
How did you manage 90 40mg oxymorphones a month anyways? SWIM is a heroin
addict, and if he could get an opiate prescription like that instead of having to run around doing illegal bullshit, he would actually be happy in life and become an incredibly productive member of society again.