Withdrawal from oxycodone (OxyContin) can be hell. Tips on finding help, getting treatment and managing OxyContin withdrawal symptoms here.
Yes, OxyContin (usually prescribed for moderate to severe pain) can cause euphoric effects. Learn how, when and why here.
Cold turkey withdrawal from OxyContin can be done. But doctors think it inhumane and therapeutically unrealistic. Learn what meds can help during OC withdrawal, and how medical detox for Oxy Contin withdrawal can help you.
Vicodin is six times stronger than Codeine. But experts recommend generic codeine for its long track record of effectiveness, safety, flexibility and cost. More comparisons on codeine and vicodin here.
No. OxyContin has not been associated with weight gain in medical trials. But some other side effects of OxyContin may contribute to weight gain. More on weight gain and OxyContin here.
What other kinds of pain meds are there that are NOT a narcotic? Dr. Burson lists alternatives to narcotic pain medication here.
Most people wait a 4-6 weeks before they notice improvements for symptoms of depression on Zoloft. But some symptoms ease in 1-2 weeks. More here on how long you take Zoloft before it works.
Why are nearly 30 million prescriptions for Zoloft written a year? Top 5 reasons why so many people are on Zoloft here.
Vicodin side effects persist from hours to months. Some Vicodin side effects can ease immediately after you stop taking Vicodin. Others side effects of Vicodin persist for weeks or months. Learn why here.
Side effects of Vicodin range from mild lightheadedness to cloudy thinking or even Vicodin addiction. Effects of hydrocodone and acetaminophen here.