Addiction occurs due to chronic or frequent use, which means a lot more often than you're taking it. Since you're going weeks between doses, and you're taking very small doses, there's no danger of you developing a dependence because of the gaps between doses. Your body simply isn't getting it often enough to develop a physical dependence. The danger would ...
There are some rare anecdotal reports of auditory hallucinations related to oxycodone. For example:
But the half-life of oxycodone is a mere 3-4 hours, so after two days there should have been virtually no oxycodone present.
However, according to the same link above, oxycodone and its metabolites are excreted primarily via the kidneys,...
Opipramol (the molecule that is being sold under multiple names including Pramolan) is a nonselective monoamine reputake inhibitor with ATC code N06AA05
Opioids have the leading ATC number N02A..., hence Opipramol is not an opioid.
The answer to this question lies within the clinical settings methadone and buprenorphine/naloxone are used in, and the forms in which they are provided to users as a result of how they are absorbed.
Methadone is provided by specially licensed clinics that require patients to come in daily to clinic to take methadone under direct observation. For the first ...
Regarding one of the topics of this subject: Why can’t painkillers be both safe and effective?
It should be duly noted that,
One of the most problematic conditions when using opioids in clinic is the respiratory depression that they can cause
The most common cause of opioid overdose and death is opioid-induced respiratory depression (OIRD)
essentially due ...
By asking a few people I had access to and also searching in some of my reference books like Katzung, Martindale, and finally looking at Newborn Services Drug Protocol, I think I may have reached a conclusion.
Respiratory depression is a possible side effect which could occur in neonates. The drug of choice is Naloxone, although it may not be used in the ...