Oxycodone belongs to a class of medicines that are called opioid analgesics. It is a depressant drug, which means it slows down the chemical messengers which travel between the brain and the body. This depressant drug does not necessarily make a person feel depressed. Other depressants which make the person depressed include alcohol, cannabis, and heroin. Oxycodone is most commonly prescribed by doctors or physician to relieve moderate to severe pain. Whereas, there is increasing concern among medical professionals about the risks of using these drugs, particularly or when someone is using these medications for a long time. In the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), Oxycodone is a Schedule 8 drug. Doctors or experts must follow state and territory laws when prescribing Oxycodone and must notify, or receive approval from the appropriate health authority. Some people misuse or overdose Oxycodone to become intoxicated, which can result in serious side effects. The patients who need this medication can buy Oxycodone online at cheap prices from our pharmacy.
How to use after buying Oxycodone online?
Oxycodone is usually swallowed but is sometimes injected or used as a receptor. To prevent Oxycodone tablets being pumped by the persons who misuse them, they were reformulated in 2014. The tablets of Oxycodone are now resistant to crushing and become a thick gel when added to water. Now, it also has controlled release properties even as a gel.
Effects of Oxycodone
The medication of any drug in an improper way always carries out some risk. It is important for the patient to be careful when taking any drug and follow your doctor’s or experts prescription as well as advice. Contact your health expert if you are concerned about the side effects of Oxycodone.
Oxycodone affects everyone differently, but the effects of this drug may include:
- Pain relief
- Dizziness or faintness
- Confusion or difficulty in concentration
- Euphoria or negative mood
- Mood swings
- Blurred vision
- Stiff muscles
- Dry mouth
- Stomach ache
- Difficulty in urinating
- Slow pulse
- Excess sweating, flushing, and itching
- Mild allergic rash or hives
Injecting Oxycodone when misusing the drug may also cause:
- Vein damage or scarring
- It also causes infections like tetanus, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS
- Vein thrombosis and clots causing loss of limbs, damage to organs, stroke and possibly death risks
- Injecting the drugs repeatedly and sharing injecting equipment with any other person increases the risk of experiencing these side effects.
What is an overdose of Oxycodone?
If you take a large amount of Oxycodone, you could overdose it. If you or someone has any of the symptoms below then immediately call an ambulance straight away. The Ambulance officers do not need to involve the police or cops. If possible, have the medicine (you are presently using) with you so the ambulance officers know what has been taken. The side effects you will experience include:
- Chest pain and discomfort
- Small pupils
- Decreased awareness and responsiveness
- Extreme drowsiness or loss of consciousness
- No muscle tone and movement
- Slow and irregular heartbeat
Long-term effects of Oxycodone include:
Regular use of oxycodone may cause the effects listed below.
- Dental problems
- Swelling in the arms or legs
- Mood swings or changes
- Reduced in sex drive and decreased the level of testosterone in males and menstrual problems in females may occur
Precautions must be taken while using the medication when you buy Oxycodone online
Before taking the medication of Oxycodone, tell your physician or doctor if you are allergic to it or to any other opioid pain relievers such as oxymorphone, or if you have any other allergies. This product may contain inactive ingredients in it, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems. Talk to your physician or expert doctor for more details.
Before using its medication, tell your pharmacist or physician your medical history, especially of brain disorders such as head injury, tumor, seizures etc, breathing problems such as asthma, sleep apnea, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, kidney disease, liver disease, mental or mood disorders such as depression, confusion, personal or history of a substance use disorder of any family member such as overuse of or addiction to drugs and alcohol, stomach and intestinal problems such as blockage, constipation, diarrhea due to infection, paralytic ileus, difficulty in swallowing, difficulty in urinating such as due to enlarged prostate, disease of the pancreas (pancreatitis) and gallbladder disease etc.
The drug Oxycodone may make you dizzy or drowsy. Alcohol or marijuana (cannabis) can make you more dizzy or drowsy then Oxycodone. Do not drive any vehicle or use any machinery, or don’t do anything that needs alertness until you can do it safely or in full consciousness. Always avoid alcoholic beverages. Talk to your expert if you are using marijuana or other drugs.
Before having the surgery, tell your physician or dentist about all the products you are using including non-prescription drugs, prescription drugs, and herbal products.
Older adults over the age of 60 may be more sensitive to the side effects of this Oxycodone, especially confusion, dizziness, drowsiness, and slow or shallow breathing.
During the pregnancy, the medication of Oxycodone or any other drug should be used only when clearly needed or directed by an expert. It may harm your fetus or newborn baby. Discuss the risks or effects and benefits with your expert.
If you continue its medication then this drug would pass into the breast milk and may have undesirable effects on your nursing newborn baby. Tell the physician or health expert right away if your baby develops unusual sleepiness, difficulty in feeding, or trouble breathing, etc. Consult your health expert or doctor before breastfeeding your newborn.
Warnings or precautions of Oxycodone
Abuse potential monitor or Increase the risk of fatal respiratory depression especially when initiating therapy and during dose increases monitor. The Accidental exposure may result in fatal overdose especially in children. It also causes a risk of neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome. After the dose increases, consider alternative non-opioid analgesics. Head injury, impaired consciousness, coma, shock always avoid it in Increased intracranial pressure, brain tumors, Convulsive disorders or difficulty in swallowing.