Originally Posted by TurboGolf
why are you so mad right now? The webster part was a joke as previously stated.. and i never said it was safe or 'proven safety'.. I was answering the yellow dillaudid question .. i did read the thread actually.. did you misinterpret my post? i apologize if you mistook something from it or if you think others will because that was not the intention. won't happen again
I'll answer you,TurboGolf.
I certainly feel now (as then) not at all angry with you.
Yes, I may have been a bit terse with you about the Websters dictionary part, but it still feels to me that intravenously injecting hydromorphone
(orally intended pills) through any kind of extraction TEK is no game.
I do have reservations about the safety of people doing this. It's the health risks that bother me most, you see. There's also a worry about users making rash decisions based on reading a post on this forum. (Not necessarily yours).
Someone who safely (and I mean with impunity) is intravenously injecting opioid
pills would ideally require professional scientific guidance about how to do this with any degree of safety.
This is largely unaffordable from a financial, and logistic point of view, I reckon for most.
Anyway what I asked you was about the "source" of information regarding the yellow ones?
If you don't have an answer, then that's fine. At least we know that your suggestion may (or not) be safe.
If you do then please share it, and let us know also about your potential worries about the "crazy" part of IV hydromorphone pill use.
I'm not judging, but am thinking about risks.
In the job I'm in I've witnessed more than a few amputees (especially in the leg department) who have hugely regretted injecting pills.
One bloke mentioned that trying to bypass the inherent quality of medication (which was ideally designed for oral administration) rued the day that he was taught how to intravenously inject it by a friend.
"Thankfully, Smeg, I only lost my left arm, and not my mind or life." He told me.
Where I live is the UK, Turbo. Hydromorphone isn't largely available here, but a friend of his from across the pond (United States) brought his prescription opioid meds with him. That was some years ago.
I'm also not in any way asserting that using hydromorphone meant to be taken by mouth is the sole culprit for death or injury like this anywhere; just that tablets of any kind require correct consumption.
If folk need a bigger dose, then incrementally, and carefully increasing the oral dose could prove to be a more satisfying non-threatening experience.