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So I've been searching for someone with my particular "addiction" for quite some time and have only really found people who take WAY more than I do.

I've been snorting Oxycodone V's (30mg) for about four years now. However, I buy about ten at a time and go through MAYBE one every other day for about ten days, then I stop until the same time the next month. I typically get VERY mild withdrawl symptoms (can't focus, nausea, constipation, cold sweats) for about an hour on the second day I take a break.

Sometimes I even just buy five and go through them at the same pace, experiencing NO withdrawls. I don't really want to quit because my tolerance has not gone down WHATSOEVER since I started doing them and I don't really feel particularly terrible when I take my three week break in between.

Besides the monetary consequences of my actions (about $100 to $200 a month), I haven't had anything terrible happen to me phsyically or mentally; in fact, it's quite the opposite. I sleep well, I eat super healthy (currently in month six of a keto diet), I exercise, but I love doing oxycodones in the doses I take and frequency. I'm 6'1, 240lbs. (but trained heavily for two years which is why I'm so muscle-heavy), 24% body fat (and decreasing) and generally healthy.

My questions are: (1) How much damage am I actually doing to myself? (2) If I stopped for a month, would my withdrawl symptoms be terrible, or would I feel better? (3) I know I probably should stop because I could be banking that money every month, but I really like doing it... does that make me an addict?

I define an addict as when you want to stop, but can't. I don't think I'm delusional (I'm actually known to be extremely strong-willed), but I really want to see what others say about my situation. I know that the moment I say, "I want to quit", I will... but I honestly don't. Thoughts? Any feedback or input would be greatly appreciated. It's not something that's really "bothering me", more of curiosity.

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in my opinion you are mildly addicted. and addictions a b***h trust me. id stop before your in to far. iv been addicted to nicotine for a while now and now withdrawl kills.
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Clevar guy. Anyways, sir/miss I would recommend you STOP as some conditions are:



asthma, COPD, sleep apnea, or other breathing disorders;

liver or kidney disease;

underactive thyroid;

trouble swallowing, or a blockage in your digestive tract (stomach or intestines);

curvature of the spine;

a history of head injury or brain tumor;

epilepsy or other seizure disorder;

low blood pressure;

gallbladder disease;

Addison's disease or other adrenal gland disorders;

enlarged prostate, urination problems;

mental illness; or

a history of drug or alcohol addiction.





Serious side effects:

shallow breathing, slow heartbeat;

seizure (convulsions);

cold, clammy skin;

confusion;

severe weakness or dizziness; or

feeling like you might pass out.



Less serious oxycodone side effects are more likely to occur, such as:

nausea, vomiting, constipation, loss of appetite;

dizziness, headache, tired feeling;

dry mouth;

sweating; or

itching.



Symptoms may include:



Anxiety

Diarrhea

Nausea

Muscle Cramping

Restlessness

Insomnia

Sweating

Chills

Loss of Appetite







Total damage in theory?: Your not really destroying your body but your being very unhealthy these lists are tooken from



http://www.withdrawal-ease.com/withdrawal-information/oxycodone-withdrawal/?gclid=CI28p77f6bECFWQbQgodgTAAGg



http://www.drugs.com/oxycodone.html



Don't take my opinion you may have some problems. Slowly ease off it.
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Oxy are very addictive. Anything that distorts your perception of reality is. Oxy are especially dangerous because they effect your nerves. If you really want to know if your addicted, see if you can not do any for a month. If you can resist the urge, you are not addicted, if you cannot resist the urge you may have a problem
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