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can my girl friend get prescribed oxycodone?

Discussion in 'Oxycodone' started by xlllGHOSTlllx, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. xlllGHOSTlllx

    xlllGHOSTlllx Newbie

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    My girl friend has scolioses pretty bad, her spine at the bottom of her back curves off pretty bad and she is in constant pain almost all day everyday, is it possible for her to get prescribed oxycodone hcl, (not the percocet with aspirin)? And how likely would it be for her to get prescribed it? Cuz I think that they will give her Tramadol, but it doesn't work for her cuz she was prescribed it before for gal bladder pain and it didn't do anything. Or what do you think she would get prescribed?
     
  2. EternalReality

    EternalReality Silver Member

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    I am going to tell you simply that there is a possibility she can get prescribed Oxycodone, but theirs a possibility that hell will freeze over. We can tell you facts but we can't predict the future. we don't know what her doctor will or will not prescribe her. and by reading your post i am assuming you want the Oxycodone for yourself to use recreationally, because if you didn't you wouldn't care what medicine she will be prescribed, you would just want her to be pain-free.
     
  3. dakota_girl

    dakota_girl Silver Member

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    Doctor's don't usually jump from Tramadol to Oxycodone. More than likely, if she's been on Tramadol, then the next thing she'd try is Hydrocodone, which is the "bottom" tier of the narcotic levels/strengths. Also, within the Hydrocodone family, they have a lot of variances and strengths that would probably be tried before jmping onto Oxy. There's always the chance he would, but it might make him wonder why she's asking for that specifically (bc of all the abuse going on with the drug). if she got one of the stronger Hydro's (Norco 10/325-660) that might not raise a red flag to the doctor.

    anyways, becareful about how she approaches this with the doctor. if he suspects it's for recreational and abuse then he won't prescribe it at all and might even make the choice to not treat her anymore. i work as a pharm tech and we get calls all the time of doctor's cancelling a peron's refill orders (for Hydro bc it's the only narcotic that is allowed to have reflls bc it's Schedule III) bc of them abusing it. Then she'd be in a world of hurt. So be safe and think about how a doctor would interpret jumping from Tramadol to Oxy, specifically.
     
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    It's extremely doubtful. That said, when I broke my arm, after about a week and a half of popping Oxy's, I switched to Tramadol. Tramadol worked just as good at making the pain go away - probably because at that point, there wasn't that much pain.
     
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