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Effects - Bioviability of Sublingual oxycodone.

Discussion in 'Oxycodone' started by Dr Haze X, Sep 14, 2008.

  1. Dr Haze X

    Dr Haze X Newbie

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    SWIM wants to know how does a sub-lingual dose of oxycodone is compared to other routes of ingestion??? such as nasally and orally... and is it worth it??

    SWIM does not like to swallow oxycodone too much because it gives him an upset stomach :thumbsdown:
     
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  2. Zendo

    Zendo Mercury Member

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    upset stomach as in nauseous?

    swim always takes anti-nausea pills before taking oxycodone,
    swim has been violently sick from taking oxycodone, however have not experienced any nausea since taking the anti-nausea pills

    swim notices in hospitals also anti nausea medicine is given before injection of opiates,
    they are wonderful helpers.
     
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  3. Dr Haze X

    Dr Haze X Newbie

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    Thanks for the input but any other members out there with any answers?
     
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  4. W!SE

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    never occurred to swim...swim doesn't swallow them either..although he remembers doing this with MDMA few years back with a fellow swimmer...it was HORRIBLE oxycodone should be a lot easier on the taste buds

    pm me when swiYou find out for sure as swiI am interested.
     
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  5. Methuselah

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    This Swim thought it might be like the Nitro pills he took allowing them to dissolve under his tongue. He tried it with 10mg of oxycodone crushing it with his teeth. The taste was terrible but bearable. The hit was quick, about 5 minutes or so, but didn't seem to last as long. This is Swim's 3rd year on 10mg oxycodone 4 times a day with occasional bigger doses for recreation. Swim prefers oral or parachute to sublingual...takes a little longer but seems to last longer. De gustabbus non disputandum est.

     
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  6. W!SE

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    THIS IS DR HAZE posting under Wise

    SWIM uses the oxycodone 30mg IR so there is no bullshit to deal with... just pure oxycodone. SWIM would really like to know if there is anyone that has done enough experimenting with sublingual administration. SWIM feels that he maybe wasting more than just swallowing it. However swim knows that swallowing them gets him quite nauseated, but both routes(sublingual and oral) does get swim quite high
     
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  7. y0ssarianlives

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    Sublingual oxycodone use does have a much lower bioaviability as compared to taking it orally; oxycodone is not very lipid soluble and from a few reports SWIM read from medical journal abstracts, given sub bioavails have been around 20% as compared to the 60%-87% when taken orally.
     
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