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Dilaudid Reviews

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  • You can quickly build up a tolerance to it, so take the smallest dose possible to be effective at "cutting" the pain. Remember, no one is 100% pain free.
    Age: 48
    Gender: Woman
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Definitely be cautious on higher doses as it wil cause severe constipation. Ensure you take lots of fluids and a stool softener.
    Age: 42
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • In my experience it didn't do jack for pain but it did let me get some rest.
    Age: 62
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • This was good for me c because I never had that stoned feeling, it either would kill pains or dull them enough to function all day and sleep well, some days I would limit my dose to two 4 mg 1 morning, 1 at night and that would be fine.
    Age: 63
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • If you have Kidney Stones or anything that causes severe pain, Dilaudid is like a miracle drip! Instant relief! It did not help as much for kidney stones AND kidney infection together. I have only had Dilaudid via IV drip.
    Age: 50
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Opioid-tolerant pain (severe)
  • Stool softeners are nessicary
    Age: 27
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • Dilaudids make me tired but most times unable to sleep. So that can get aggravating. But the side effects are much less than that of percocet, so I will take the little aggravation any day over itching, nodding off,druggy, dizzy, nauseous, and other side effects I use to get on percocet.
    Age: 30
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • Very short lasting
    Age: 24
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Opioid-tolerant pain (severe)
  • Be proactive controlling constipation
    Age: 66
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to severe)
  • You lose memory - short and long term. The withdrawal is terrifyingly bad. . And if you take it for years, get used to nurses, pharmacists etc treating you like a junkie no-good just because you are in pain. The usual really.
    Age: 35
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Opioid-tolerant pain (severe)
    Duration taken: Two years or more