Dr. I have a post at the top of this page no one has replyed can you help me . I am at day 6 detoxing off of oxycodone I am feeling better but still sick when using I consumed about 30 to 40 mgs per day for almost one year. I have read that people can die from detox on this drug. Am I at risk? How long before I feel better. I am a 59 year old male and weigh 240. Please give me some advice thanksView Thread
I am curantly on day 5 of self detoxing from oxycodone ir when using I was consuming about 20to45mg per day for about a year. I can tell you I got pretty sick the first 5 days but am now starting to feel better. My concern is that I still can not sleep do you know now long this may last amd is there any thing I can do to help speed it up?View Thread
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