Can you take valium and oxycodone

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Am I taking too many medications? IF YOU'RE GOING TO BASH ME, DON'T BOTHER?

I took 3 soma's, one 10mg valium, 25 mg promethazine & i'm about to take 10 mg of oxycodone.
i get prescribed and I'm running out of my monthly pills ( i got 11 teeth pulled ) and its now 4 am and I can't go to sleep.

Do you think thats too much? I never take my promethazine so i'm unsure.

a Doctor or pharmacist can tell you.

!??!??!PLZ HELP!??!??! long term drug abuse question?

can some1 hook me up wit some legit info, iv heavily abused xanax bars, alprazolam, valium, benzos= maybe 1000mg, oxycodone, oxycontin, roxecet opiates= around 1000mg ecstasy= 100pills, acid, shrooms= 2 tabs ounce of shrooms, robotussin, delsym, trip ccc= 5000mg+ dxm, mass amounts of liqiour and aprox 3.5 lbs of weed allin the ages of 12-17(most of these drugs were used together). in no way am i trying to glorify this abuse but i ask of you to diagnose this addiction and see the effects that it has taken on my brain, body, etc. links would prol b helpful THANK YOU!

You are a drug addict= diagnosis. You are going to have a lot of long term effects because if you are mixing uppers with downers plus your brain hasnt even matured yet and i doubt that it will ever will. The best thing to do is to just to stop doing all of those drugs and just take it easy. you can still smoke pot because you are obviously going to have a hard time not getting high and that will not kill you.

How do I persuad my doctor to give me pain medication?

I am a young troubled man suffering from social disabilities and depression.... I been in a great deal of physical pain for a long time. I saw him once and gave him a big, sad speech... of how I been alone and suffering for years without help.

This new doctor gave me Zoloft to try... as I predicted it hasn't worked. I didn't want another something like that, because I had already Remeron, Celexa, Lorazepam prior to that and none of them worked. I tried to ask for something else like Tramadol or Xanax or Valium but he insisted on giving me Zoloft alone this time.

So if I'm ever to get something better from him I had to pretend to be content with his decision at that moment, take it and wait a month later to tell him it didn't work and see if I get lucky with what I really want to try.

Frankly I'm one of the sickest depression patients and I don't know why these doctors waste my time and prolong my suffering when they can easily give me something that would really work like Oxycodone.

How can I successful extract a winning prescription from him the next time I see him and give him the results of Zoloft?

I honestly think you don't have to be a doctor to know what would cure you or sustain you. What medications do you recommend would suit me? And which are the most easily obtained? I know there is zero chance of getting Oxycodone. But something else?

Other symtoms I have: Zero energy, insomnia, anxiety, ocd, mood swings, negativism, dizzy/lightheadedness/head pains, etc.

Thank you, I really appreciate your intelligent and helpful responses.

I can relate to every single thing you are talking about. But let me start off by saying you dont want any kind of "Pain Medication" at all. I went thru a very deep dark and hard depression and was on the verge of killing myself and i was taking anything from vicodan to oxycontin to numb myself because it was the only thing i knew to do. I was and still am a Oppiate addict but, Im 67 days sober today and had to go thru Rehab for everything and I'll tell you from my experience its not fun and not worth it. Trust in your doctor and tell him EVERYTHING...eventually something will work for you. Good luck with everything.

How to persuad my doctor to give me pain medication?

I am a young troubled man suffering from social disabilities and depression.... I been in a great deal of physical pain for a long time. I saw him once and gave him a big, sad speech... of how I been alone and suffering for years without help.

This new doctor gave me Zoloft to try... as I predicted it hasn't worked. I didn't want another something like that, because I had already Remeron, Celexa, Lorazepam prior to that and none of them worked. I tried to ask for something else like Tramadol or Xanax or Valium but he insisted on giving me Zoloft alone this time.

So if I'm ever to get something better from him I had to pretend to be content with his decision at that moment, take it and wait a month later to tell him it didn't work and see if I get lucky with what I really want to try.

Frankly I'm one of the sickest depression patients and I don't know why these doctors waste my time and prolong my suffering when they can easily give me something that would really work like Oxycodone.

How can I successful extract a winning prescription from him the next time I see him and give him the results of Zoloft?

I honestly think you don't have to be a doctor to know what would cure you or sustain you. What medications do you recommend would suit me? And which are the most easily obtained? I know there is zero chance of getting Oxycodone. But something else?

Other symtoms I have: Zero energy, insomnia, anxiety, ocd, mood swings, negativism, dizzy/lightheadedness/head pains, etc.

Thank you, I really appreciate your intelligent and helpful responses.

What is this great deal of physical pain? Is it an injury or illness? Have you been to the appropriate doctor to have this pain evaluated?

If it's a case of chronic pain, there has been extensive research with regards to the correlation of pain and depression. I mean it's no surprise that people who deal with chronic debilitating pain tend to be depressed. So you need to have your condition assessed and see if there are any procedures or medications that can heal the injury or disease that you have to treat the physical pain you are having.

Now, if this is a case where depression is causing you pain, then things are handled differently. Unfortunately, treating your pain from depression does not involve narcotics. Granted they are pain killers, but they are only going to mask your 'pain' and not cure it. Narcotics play with the neurotransmitters in your brain, changing the way you perceive pain. Anti-depressants do the same thing, while also helping your feelings of anxiety/mood swings/ ocd.

I am not surprised that your doctor was hesitant to prescribe narcotics or benzos for that matter because people with your type of depression and anxiety tend to self medicate (to treat oneself without the advice of a doctor), and tend to abuse substances.

If I might make a suggestion, I would try to humble yourself and go back and try to work with your doctor, instead of being at odds with the person who really is trying to help you. If you have a history with mental illness, then you know that these things take time and patience. When you do find the right medication and dosage, things will start looking up. But you need to have the patience and courage to get there. Make and keep your appointments, discuss what's working and what's not. When your doctor sees that you are willing to do the work, and are not just trying to cover things up with narcotics, then he might be willing to go out on limb, and prescribe controlled substances.

Good luck and I hope you find some relief soon.

A Question about drugs, hallusenagens, and alchohol abuse? What can be wrong with me?

I'm 17 years old, male..and in the past when I was 15, I was really abusing drugs and alchohol. I was smoking alot of pot, drinking beer, even doing that crazy **** salvia, and doing cold medication to get high, at age 13. When I was 14, I took my first hit of acid, and it freaked me out so bad, I quit using all drugs and drinking alchohol for a while. Then when I 15, I started using drugs again, and using them very exsessivly.
During the summer when I was 15...you could say, I smoked a **** load of pot and hash. I did about 20 something, hits of acid. I tried peyote, shrooms, DMT, MDMA, ecstacey, a little bit of angel dust, tweek, adderrall, hydrocodone, muscle relaxors, oxycodone, oxymorphine, dilauded, trazodone, xanax, valium, attarax, ativan, and speed pills. I did amino acids and herbal supplemets like, L-Theanine, L-Dopa, L-Tyrosine, Ginseng Tabs, Yebra Mate, and GABA.
Now I'm having really insane and intense dreams, sometimes horrorifying, having emotional disturbances, having severe rage problems, hallusenating visually and auditorly randomly, having big mood and energy swings, have terriable insomnia off and on, and feel like I am loosing my mind. I am not using drugs or alchohol currently and havn't for about a year now.
Could my past use of drugs, hallusenagens, amino acid & herbal supplements, and alchohol being cauing this stuff to occur? My cousin thinks I'm suffering from some kind of serotonin syndrome...

Could be from the bad trip on acid. But only because you were freaked out from it and at being such a young age, that can have some bad effects since you're still developing.
Or it even could be caused by weed, or mdma.
Mainly because you're young and really, I think most drugs shouldn't be taken till you're mature enough to know how to use them safely, and understand what they are. Like 18 is a good time I think.. but I mean obviously you can't change what is done.

And.. lol this isn't serotonin syndrome. SOunds like some type of schizophrenia. But you should go see a doctor and get some help.

How do I persuad my doctor to give me pain medication?

I am a young troubled man suffering from social disabilities and depression.... I been in a great deal of physical pain for a long time. I saw him once and gave him a big, sad speech... of how I been alone and suffering for years without help.

This new doctor gave me Zoloft to try... as I predicted it hasn't worked. I didn't want another something like that, because I had already Remeron, Celexa, Lorazepam prior to that and none of them worked. I tried to ask for something else like Tramadol or Xanax or Valium but he insisted on giving me Zoloft alone this time.

So if I'm ever to get something better from him I had to pretend to be content with his decision at that moment, take it and wait a month later to tell him it didn't work and see if I get lucky with what I really want to try.

Frankly I'm one of the sickest depression patients and I don't know why these doctors waste my time and prolong my suffering when they can easily give me something that would really work like Oxycodone.

How can I successful extract a winning prescription from him the next time I see him and give him the results of Zoloft?

I honestly think you don't have to be a doctor to know what would cure you or sustain you. What medications do you recommend would suit me? And which are the most easily obtained? I know there is zero chance of getting Oxycodone. But something else?

Other symtoms I have: Zero energy, insomnia, anxiety, ocd, mood swings, negativism, dizzy/lightheadedness/head pains, etc.

Thank you, I really appreciate your intelligent and helpful responses.

Any doctor who gives you pain medication should have their license suspended or revoked all together. But seriously, if that's all you want is pain medication, get yourself to an emergency room, they deal with drug seekers all the time and would be more than happy to pacify you with a prescription to clear up a bed.

If you want actual help, then you need to see a psychiatrist not a traditional medical doctor.They can work with you to develop a diet and a medication regimine with the right medications for you that will help you in day to day life. You also have to do your part by taking over the counter supplements including a daily multi vitamin, Fol Gard (contains Folic Acid, Vitamin B 6, and Vitamin B 12) along with 5HTP which will help you feel better in no time. You will also want something for insomnia, I highly recommend that you do not let them put you on a prescription medication for insomnia as many of them make depression worse. Instead, get yourself some Nature Made Sleep over the counter at Walgreens. It will help you get a good night's sleep with all natural ingredients.

By the way, no doctor, at the emergency room or otherwise will give you Oxycodone, you could probably end up with Vicodin in going to an emergency room though.

How to persuad my doctor to give me pain medication?

I am a young troubled man suffering from social disabilities and depression.... I been in a great deal of physical pain for a long time. I saw him once and gave him a big, sad speech... of how I been alone and suffering for years without help.

This new doctor gave me Zoloft to try... as I predicted it hasn't worked. I didn't want another something like that, because I had already Remeron, Celexa, Lorazepam prior to that and none of them worked. I tried to ask for something else like Tramadol or Xanax or Valium but he insisted on giving me Zoloft alone this time.

So if I'm ever to get something better from him I had to pretend to be content with his decision at that moment, take it and wait a month later to tell him it didn't work and see if I get lucky with what I really want to try.

Frankly I'm one of the sickest depression patients and I don't know why these doctors waste my time and prolong my suffering when they can easily give me something that would really work like Oxycodone.

How can I successful extract a winning prescription from him the next time I see him and give him the results of Zoloft?

I honestly think you don't have to be a doctor to know what would cure you or sustain you. What medications do you recommend would suit me? And which are the most easily obtained? I know there is zero chance of getting Oxycodone. But something else?

Other symtoms I have: Zero energy, insomnia, anxiety, ocd, mood swings, negativism, dizzy/lightheadedness/head pains, etc.

Thank you, I really appreciate your intelligent and helpful responses.

You are a drug-seeker and your Physician knows it. We are trained to spot it in the ER. Your Doctor is doing the right thing by trying to help you take care of your emotional issues that are manifesting in Physical pain along with other symptoms...Narcotic Prescriptions are VERY Addictive and can be deadly...you need help with your mental issues not Rx Narcotic Pain Relievers...Get Some Help and Best of Luck.

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