STACY ADMITS TO TAKING PERCOCET: A COMBINATION OF TYLENOL AND OXYCODONE

AND HAS BEEN, ACCORDING TO HER OWN UNDER OATH TESTIMONY, FOR YEARS. NO WONDER SHE STEPPED UP TO PURE OXY IT IS BELIEVED.

TOWN HALL WILL BE BUSY WITH ALL OF THE YOUNG URBAN WARRIORS LOOKING FOR SOME PERCOCET OR WILLING TO SELL STACY SOME.

WHAT DOCTORS RECOMMEND FOR ARTHRITIS IS XELJANZ OR ZELJANZ XR. NOT PERCOCET. THE MORE I READ ABOUT THIS STUFF THE MORE I BECOME CONVINCED THAT OUR TOWN MANAGER IS HOOKED ON OXY. YOU DON’T TAKE A SLEDGE HAMMER WHEN A REGULAR HAMMER WILL DO THE JOB.

Opioids

Karin’s comments:   This is what the health experts say about Opioids:

People with RA who take opioids should also use other treatments. This is because opioids only change the way you experience pain. They don’t slow the disease down or prevent inflammation.

Opioids include:

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Corticosteroids

Corticosteroids are also called steroids. They come as oral and injectable drugs. These drugs can help reduce inflammation in RA. They may also help reduce the pain and damage caused by inflammation. These drugs aren’t recommended for long-term use.

  • Immunosuppressants

These drugs fight off the damage caused by autoimmune diseases such as RA. However, these drugs can also make you more prone to illness and infection. If your doctor gives you one of these drugs, they’ll watch you closely during treatment.

OBVIOUSLY OUR TOWN MANAGER IS NOT USING THE PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS BECAUSE ANY DOCTOR PRESCRIBING THIS AT LENGTH AS SHE HAS BEEN STIPULATING SHE HAS BEEN USING THEM WOULD HAVE HIS OR HER MEDICAL LICENSE REMOVED.

Our daughter had major surgery to her arm and her surgeon stated she could only use opioids for seven days because of addiction…I guess it doesn’t matter what one uses in White Springs.  She stopped prior because of her concern and she is still not healed after three months but can raise her arm somewhat now.

Karin for the blog

 

Some common oxycodone withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Restlessness.
  • Watery eyes.
  • Flu-like symptoms (sneezing, runny nose, sweating, chills).
  • Muscle or joint aches and pains.
  • Muscle weakness.
  • Irritability, anxiety, and depression.
  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
  • Cramps.
  • Nausea/vomiting.
  • Diarrhea.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Increased heart and breathing rate.

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