DILAUDID: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Chronic Pain “I had ankle reconstruction surgery. They gave me 1-2mg every 4 hours and it did absolutely nothing to help with the pain. Sounds like only the IV is the only successful route. I had to ask for stronger meds which did the trick. I wouldn’t bother with such a low dosage. It doesn’t do anything for you.”

You need a high dosage (taken for less than 1 month) February 14, 2018

For Pain “I have a low tolerance for pain and after a outpatient surgical procedure I was prescribed percoset for pain. They didn’t help, so the doctor prescribed oxycontin. It work but it made me nauseated. He then prescribed dilaudid. It really helped to ease the pain, I experienced none of the side effects, except constipation. I took it every 4 hours, then as I healed I decreased the does to every 6 hours then I took one only at night. After the pain was gone, I stopped taking the medication and experienced no withdrawal issues.”

MariaG2000 January 23, 2018

For Pain “I suffered respiratory depression when given this in the ER for pain after a fall. After that my life for 8 months was lived being criticallly ill with Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) like a nightmare. I am a miracle to be alive still.”

Dreamer2015 January 18, 2018

For Chronic Pain “Use caution while driving, when using this medication.”

Dokken (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 1, 2018

For Pain “I was at work one night and my gallbladder ruptured on me. That was the worst pain I have ever experienced! The pain was so bad that I was drifting in and out of consciousness. Was airlifted to a trauma center and had emergency surgery. They couldn’t do it the laparoscopic way because they had to do the surgery in a rush to hurry and get it out. Was given Dilaudid through IV every 4 hours after surgery. Was very helpful! Didn’t feel any pain at all because it pretty much knocked me out.”

TyAustin (taken for less than 1 month) November 22, 2017

For Pain “I had a spinal interbody fusion and dilaudid barely touched the pain at all. they had to give me muscle relaxer, nerve pill, and 10 mg oxycodone top go with the Dilaudid. and after all that I still hurt.”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) November 14, 2017

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