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 Post subject: Hives all over my body
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 7:10 pm 
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So i've been on Oxys for the whole summer and i decided i needed to stop and make it a only weekend thing. I took 4MG of subs from Monday till Thursday night and did some Oxys on Friday. During that night i woke up and i was scratching everywhere on my body and legs and realized i have hives.

Day 2:
Still haven't touched suboxone since hives. Did another oxy on this night and i started getting itchy instantly, looked in the mirror and saw hives all over my face and arms.

I doubt im allergic to Oxys since ive been doing them for the whole summer. Im assuming i shouldn't have went back to Oxys the next day from Subs.

Today:
On reactine (Allergy Pills) Stopped the itching but hives were still there. Not as bad as the first night though.

Do you guys know how long these hives will last for? They are annoying :twisted: :twisted:


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:19 am 
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Why are you even here? This is a recovery and support site for those who have chosen to stop using/abusing opiates. We will not offer any advice to someone who just wants to continue using opiates recreationally. It is doubtful any doctor would prescribe both Oxy's and Suboxone at the same time for pain. They risk losing their license to practice medicine. If this is the case, please explain.

Please find some other site to gain information. This is an informal warning that posts like these will lead to your banishment from this forum.

I don't like being harsh on a new person here but this is the wrong place for you. If by chance I am wrong, please give us more information.

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