How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone and Oxycontin

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How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe you Oxycodone and Oxycontin, and Why You Definitely Won’t Want to Do This!

How to get your doctor to prescribe you Oxycodone is an interesting and somewhat terrifying question, as Oxycontin is a drug that isn’t like Xanax, that isn’t like Adderall, that quite frankly isn’t like Hydrocodone, and that is in a class totally on its own with regards to potency, addictiveness, and the high that getting a prescription for Oxycodone can take you to. The following blog post will look into how to get a prescription for oxycontin, and will walk you through, step by step, what you can do in order to get your hands on a prescription for this drug. Rest assured that if you are trying to get your hands on an Oxycodone prescription, and that you don’t actually have chronic pain problems, that this is a serious sign of addiction, and that the long term health and legal consequences for you can be seriously dire. For more information on Oxycodone, Oxycontin, and how to get a prescription for either the brand name or generic form of this drug, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.

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How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone, But Why You Should Absolutely Never Do This Unless 100% Necessary!

The question of how to get your doctor to prescribe you Oxycodone, as mentioned in this article, is something of an interesting, yet also a scary one for me, as the potential addictiveness of Oxycodone, and its brand name Oxycontin, is in a class of opiates all on its own. Other similar and related pain killer type drugs that are on par, close to, or stronger than Oxycontin with regards to their overall potency, include Hydrocodone (Vicodin, somewhat weaker than Oxycodone but also extremely addictive), Fentanyl, Oxymorphone, Dillaudid, Methadone, Demerol, Percocet (brand name Oxycodone), and a host of other similar and related prescription drugs used for pain, and the relief of such pain. The fact that they make pain killers that you can legally get a prescription for with your doctor’s scribble is something that is frightening to me, and of which should likely be frightening to you (although if you’re looking to trick your doctor into getting you a prescription for Oxycodone, maybe I’m speaking to the wrong audience.)

On to the rest of this blog post, as at the end of the day it is about getting yourself a prescription for Oxycodone, and not for you learning the ups and downs of Oxycontin, and of how dangerous or addictive it is, guessing you already know that if you’re reading this article and trying to get a prescription for it, as you’ve likely tried it before and now want to at least obtain a prescription for this drug legally, I guess in that case Kudos to you! And so..without further ado, lets get down to it and show you how you can get yourself a prescription for Oxycodone legally, why you likely don’t want to do this over the long term, and the ins and outs of how to go about doing this without getting a criminal charge for drug seeking behavior, enjoy!

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone or Oxycontin If You Are Actually In Serious Pain!

So, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt for this first paragraph, and assume that with regards to you trying to get an Oxycontin prescription from your doctor, that you are doing so for legitimate reasons, like you are in serious pain after an accident, or like you have a chronic illness that is causing you copious amounts of pain, because if you’re just using this drug to get high, than ironically this drug will cause you MORE PAIN than you could’ve otherwise ever imagined. The way to go about getting an Oxycontin prescription if you have been in a serious accident, and feel that you really need this drug to help alleviate your pain, is to take whatever it is that the doctor gives you. If he says take Aleve, Advil or aspirin, than go ahead and stick with just taking that. If he gives you Tylenol with Codeine, or if he gives you something mild like just Codeine pills, take it, go home, and do what you will with those. A few weeks later, give your doctor a call and schedule an appointment, tell him that you can definitely feel the pills working, but that whatever it is still really, really hurts.

He will likely call you in for a follow up appointment, will check you out, hear out your story, and will likely prescribe you the next step up in the painkiller realm. For instance, if you are currently on Tylenol, he will will likely give you Codeine, if you are using Codeine, he will give you Hydrocodone (vicodin) and if you are on Hydrocodone, he will give you Oxycodone. The key is to do this is to start with the lowest dosage of whatever weak painkiller your doctor gives you initially, and while this may sound counter-productive, bear in mind that getting yourself a prescription for Oxycontin is likely going to take a decently long amount of time, and that this is not going to be an over-night thing unless you’ve got some serious chronic pain, and a real reason for Oxycodone.

Doctor’s typically aren’t stupid, and while you may get the occasional MD that is just stupidly laid back, Oxycodone is something that is typically only handed out sparingly, and that is closely monitored by the DEA, FDA, and other related government agencies, so you need to be sneaky if you want to get your doctor to write you a prescription for Oxycodone, without getting you written up for drug-seeking behavior.

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone After Your Wisdom Teeth Get Pulled

Now this is normally a reason that your doctor will feel sympathetic for, and that he or she is likely to write you a prescription for Oxycodone for. Depending on how many wisdom teeth you get pulled, or how painful your surgery is, or depending on the type of doctor that you have for your surgery, this can either go very smoothly, or can be very difficult to pull off. For me personally, I think I remember I got my wisdom teeth pulled when I was like 15 or 16 years old, somewhere around there, and given how bad the surgery was (I had all four pulled at once…or was it two, either way it wasn’t pleasant!) the doctor actually offered to give me Tylenol with Codeine, or if I wanted, Percocet (Percocet is just a brand name of Oxycontin.) Now being the 15 or 16 year old that I was, I was EXTREMELY interested in drugs, in medications, in learning about drugs, and in a host of other similar and related topics, and in fact, because of my previous research on the subject, I knew exactly what Percocet was as soon as he brought it up, brand name Oxycodone, the most powerful painkiller in the world!

So being the curious 16 year old that I was, I said “yeah sure I’ll take the percocet” to which my overbearing and extremely cautious mother, who was in the doctor’s office with me at the time, replied to the doctor “I don’t want him having tylenol with codeine, allergies to Codeine runs in the family and it could be dangerous.” My head “dam dam dam dam dam!!!!” If he wasn’t allowed to write me a script for the weakest kind of Codeine available on the market, than he sure as heck wasn’t going to be writing me a prescription to Oxycodone. Ironic part was that I had previously took some Codeine cough syrup from the medicine cabinet while my parents weren’t home one day and got superrrrr fudged up on it, so I knew for a fact that it wasn’t going to give me an allergic reaction, and that I wasn’t going to break out in hives.

But alas, the elders in my life had forced me against using Oxycodone, so I never got my hands on it. My point in telling you this story however is that doctor’s tend to be a lot more laid back when prescribing this stuff if you have a surgery that requires you to actually NEED the drug, like when you get your wisdom teeth pulled and it is a bad surgery, so in this case take whatever your doctor offers you, and if you still want to trade up to some Oxycontin, then make a follow up appointment and ask for some better drugs, this is your best bet!

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone If You Think You Need a Higher Dosage

The way of how to get your doctor to prescribe you Oxycodone if you just want him to write you a prescription for a higher dosage of the drug is freaking easy, and is going to be extremely easy for you in comparison to getting the drug flat-out when you have no prescription for it at all! Here’s how it usually goes, just like getting your foot in the door for an initial internship or a job, getting your foot in the door so to speak with regards to getting a prescription for Oxycodone, or any drug for that matter, is by far the hardest part! First you have to meet the doctor, have your first impression (akin to an initial job interview, first impressions last!) convince him or her to give you the drug (just like selling an interviewer on giving you a job) convince him or her that you need this drug, and finally, convince them to take a calculated risk on you!

I have only done this with one drug personally, Adderall, and it was extra difficult because I was with my parents at the time, which makes it way more difficult to pull off for one reason and one reason only, they are extremely anti-drug and you CANNOT lie, because your mother will just call you out on it and think that you are full of crap. Because I pulled this off when I was about 16 for an Adderall XR 30 milligram prescription when I didn’t even actually have a case of “ADD” if you will (to be totally honest I was just buying it off of friends and liked the high that it got me) I think I’m a credible resource that you can use for this with regards to reading this blog post. While I know Adderall is a tad bit easier to get your hands on than Adderall is, I think that my story can translate well to you getting an Oxycodone prescription from your doctor, I’ll go ahead and tell the ins and outs of this story verbatim, as it took about 6 months to pull off entirely, and then translate it into how you can turn this into a way to get your hands on a bottle of Oxycodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, Xanax, Adderall, Hydrocodone, Codeine, or whatever the heck else it is that you may want to get your hands on!

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone After a Bad Car Accident

I’ll get to this in a minute, as a car accident is likely your best bet for getting your hands on a bottle of Oxycodone, anyone who has been in a bad car accident, or any type of fender bender that even requires you to put a neck brace on will be given just about any type of pain-killer that you could ever want. Back to my story about how to get a prescription for Oxycodone from your doctor however, since I have personally pulled this off with just Adderall XR 30 milligrams, this is what I will use as an example. So, I told you that this essentially took 6 months to pull off before I had the holy grail of Adderall prescriptions in limitless supply in my hands, the following, is the entirety of my plan, and is how I was able to go from a random 16 year old kid living in his parents basement, to someone who was able to get his hands on the holy grail of ADHD medication prescriptions, Adderall XR 30 milligrams.

So, the way I did it was simple on the surface, but not so simple when you really get down to the meat and potatoes of it. Essentially, I was a 16 year old kid stuck in my parents house for another two years, so I had to be sneaky, and I had to put together something of a plan in order for this to work properly. I had taken Adderall for the first time for my SAT exams, and in fact had taken something of a liking to the effects of the drug, due to the high and the euphoria that the medication gave, but also because of how productive it had made me!

An avid writer even in my youth, I became obsessed with how much content I could churn out in a single day while taking Adderall! On one occasion, I had even taken a normal, 30 milligram Adderall IR, which lasted for around 8 hours at a time, and in fact had written 30,000 words in a single day, not even making this up, thirty…thousand words!!! Was it good, no! Was it half the length of a freaking novel, yes, yes it was! Anyways, this speaks to the type of high I got from the drug, which was why I was desperate to keep the rush of speed going, even after I had ran out of my money and my drug dealer ran out of Adderall.

Desperate to keep the high from the drug going, I turned to the family doctor, of who would soon be writing me a prescription for Focalin, the first drug he offered me, of which I took (dang I was definitely a pretty smart kid to not ask for the Adderall at that point!) Essentially what happened is I started bombing a few classes here and there in school purposely, so that I could play up the story that I was really struggling and that I needed ADHD medication in order to get me through school properly. In this case, this wasn’t necessarily true, however, it was definitely boosting my grades through the roof, and the test scores followed!

So finally, I had managed to somehow convince my parents that I had ADD and ADHD, and that I had been dealing with it my entire life, and that it needed to be treated. My parents came up with the idea that I should be taking a natural alternative to ADD or ADHD medication, and that this was the best way to go, they would soon set up a doctor’s appointment for me to ask him what the best alternatives were to ADHD medication. I watched them do this with a smile, as I had read online that doctor’s don’t usually prescribe natural alternatives, as they are all crap and don’t do anything at all, and in fact what they typically do is just prescribe you whatever stimulant comes to mind, and whatever stimulant their “patients” have the most experience with.

In this case, it was Focalin. He actually said, when I asked “what is your best medication?” that he recommends Focalin to his patients, I said that “we were reading about Adderall and that it shows great promise, and that the Ritalin type drugs had bad side effects.” To which he replied “I’ll give you Adderall if that’s what you want.” I responded “no no, you’re the doctor, whatever you think is best.” Either this was a trap, or he was just a chill doctor and knew I was trying to get Adderall, either way…I accepted the Focalin, and figured that I could just go back and upgrade from there.

Once I had my foot in the door, and I had my hands on some type of an ADHD medication, the rest was fairly straight forward, all I did was tell him that the Focalin wasn’t working as good as I would’ve liked it to, and that I wanted to try something different, of which he prescribed me a low dosage of Adderall to try instead, stating it was possible that I was having a bad reaction to the Methylphenidate,, and that maybe the dextroamphetamine would do me better. I then went and asked if he could increase the dosage at my follow up appointment, and Voila, the best script currently on the market, Adderall XR 30 milligrams. I’m telling you this little anecdote because it is the same tactic that you will use when trying to get a prescription for Oxycodone, simply take what he gives you, and slowly climb the ladder. With regards to if you were in an actual car accident like the subheading of this paragraph says, it’d be more like step 1: tell him you are in pain and ask for strongest thing possible. Step 2: sit back and watch basic human nature give you whatever you want;)

Why Getting a Prescription for Oxycontin If You Don’t Need It Or Are Addicted to The Drug, Is Never The Answer

Addiction is bad, addiction to painkillers is awful, blahblahblah, don’t worry I’m not going to give you some 12 step nonsense slogan from Narcotics Anonymous, instead, what I’m going to do is show you some much less dangerous alternatives, that you can use to get your fix, and of which you can get much more cheaply, easily, legally, and without having to go in and plan out how you are going to trick your doctor into giving you a prescription for Oxycodone. Instead, try these powerful Nootropics on for size, as they will have much less side effects, and will be far less addictive overall.

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Phenibut-Phenibut,, the next most powerful Oxycodone alternative on this list, is a drug that could have an argument made for being #1 with regards to an opiate alternative, as Phenibut is incredibly strong, lasts for around 6 hours on a single dosage, and has a very potent euphoric high to it. Molecular wise, it is actually more similar to a Xanax than it is to an Oxycodone pill, however, if you are trying to ease withdrawal symptoms, or to get a high that you once had with Oxycodone, than Phenibut will do just about as good as any Nootropic will at giving you the fix you need.

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Armed with a full bottle of Picamilon 250 milligram pills from Smart Drugs for College.com, I downed 5 of these babies, while I was smoking weed, trying to knock myself out so that I could get up early the next day and get some work done. I would soon realize the era of my ways, in that I had made a crucial mistake, every drug in that cock tail kicked in all at once, and I was left sitting on the couch of what was once my former home, freaking out in paranoia and a rough panic attack for the rest of the night. Take Picamilon sparingly, and you’ll be fine!

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How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone

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How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone, Even If You May Not Need It As Much as You Say

Goodwill, as well as making sense of some basic laws of human nature, will typically go a long way when trying to get your doctor to write you a prescription for Oxycodone. The reason I say this is that doctors, are people too, and if you go into the doctor’s appointment with a kind of rude attitude, if you don’t listen to anything he says, and beg him for something when he gives you something else (ie: he suggests maybe Tylenol or Codeine for your “aches and pains” and you go ahead and freak out, asking him for Oxycontin over and over again) a few things are going to happen. First, basic, biological, human nature is going to kick in, and your doctor is going to be thinking in the back of his mind “I’m not doing jack squat for this guy, I hate him already and my gut says he doesn’t really need these painkillers as bad as he says he does.” Aside from that, you put yourself at risk for getting written up for drug-seeking behavior, something of which, believe me, you do not want to go down that road.

Be nice to your doctor, try and build as much goodwill as possible with him or her before the appointment, and last but not least, TAKE WHATEVER HE GIVES YOU!! I cannot stress this enough, if your doctor gives you a prescription for Tylenol with Codeine, and you went in to the appointment hoping to get a prescription for Oxycodone (as if the likelihood of that happening was very high), you take that Codeine all the way home, if you still want to press for Oxy at that point, just make a follow up appointment and ask for something stronger. Continue to do this until you have what you want, or where you have close enough to it where you don’t want to risk losing it and going for the gold.

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone Even If You Are Visibly Addicted, and Why You Should Never Smoke, Snort, or Inject Oxycodone

This one is going to be a lot harder, and quite frankly, if you go into a doctor’s appointment with your eyes watering, visibly going through withdrawal or about to keel over because you are that addicted to Oxycontin, than it is going to make this uphill battle almost impossible for you. If you are what I like to call a “functional” addict, however, and one where he can’t see that you are noticeably addicted to the drug, than you may have a better chance at actually pulling this off. If your doctor suspects that you may be on this drug however, or if he or she decides that you are not worth taking the risk, they may decide to drug test you, whether through blood test or hair test.

With this in mind, it is possible that you can still get away with it at this point, you just have to stay clean from your addiction for a few days to a week, as this will likely 100% clear the drug from your system, even with regular usage. Many reports indicate that you can get Oxycodone out of your system within 24 hours, so if you have been taking high dosages on a very regular basis, than a few days to a week should be enough time to get it out of your system totally, if it’s true that you are able to stay clean for that long.

How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone If He or She Is an MD, and Why This Is Your Better Bet Than Going to a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist

An MD is way better than going to a psychiatrist or a psychologist for your Oxycodone prescription, and here’s why. Using once again my own personal experience with getting a prescription for Adderall XR from my doctor, here’s how it has gone down the one time I tried to get this prescription from a psychologist.

Psychologist: “Hello sir what can I do for you” a big chubby woman said to me.”

Me: “Hey how’s it going” sensing that she is already looking at me like I am F****** retarded, since I am in a psychiatrists office after all. “So I’ll give it to you straight, I’m looking for some help with my ADHD, I have final exams coming up and I have a previous diagnosis and was hoping to get back the previous medication I had when I was in my undergrad, can you help me out.”

Psychologist: “We look at a variety of different factors, and typically have potential patients undergo 6-12 weeks of rigorous testing, to see whether or not they may actually have ADD or ADHD.”

Me: “Okay um…I guess there’s no way to speed that up, really need this for final exams.”

Psychologist: “Yeah sorry, unfortunately we’re forced to do this basically” Realizing now that I am completely sane and that I’m likely just trying to get drugs so I can get through these final exams. Amazing how fast her “shrink detector” turned off when she and I basically realized that the appointment is now over, and that the charade is now ended.

“However” she said. “There is one way to do it, you just need to go to an MD, they have less strict regulations than we do, and therefore can just write the prescription for you flat out.” Me: HECKKK YEAHH!

Here’s how the MD appointment went:

Doctor MD: “Hi, what can I do for you?”

Me: “So, I’m looking for a prescription for Adderall XR, I had a previous diagnosis for ADHD when I was younger, and definitely am ADHD, so I was wondering if I could get my old prescription back.”

MD: “sure, fill out this questionnaire” filled out 2 second questionnaire, putting a score of “5” for all of the symptoms that look kind’ve like ADHD. MD: “Oh yeah you definitely have ADHD, okay, what kind of Adderall would you like.”

Me: “I’ll take the Adderall XR 30 milligram pills. ”

Doctor: “Great! Here you are, can I give you a prescription for anything else while you’re here, like maybe some Oxycodone, some Xanax or some Hydromorophone?”

Okay, that last part’s a bit of a joke, but you get the picture, the MD doctor was extremely easy, as they have less regulations that they need to abide by. So in short, go to an MD, it is your best bet for how to get your doctor to prescribe you Oxycodone.

Final Thoughts on How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Oxycodone and Oxycontin, and Why This is Extremely Dangerous Legally and With Regards to Your Health

So, how to get your doctor to prescribe you Oxycodone or Oxycontin isn’t necessarily going to be as simple as if you are attempting to get them to write you a prescription for something like Adderall, Codeine, or just about any other drug that you can imagine for that matter. With this in mind however, it is possible to do if you use goodwill and human nature, and if you go to an MD doctor rather than a psychologist or a psychiatrist. Just whatever you do, make sure that this is legitimate, and ensure that you don’t screw this up too badly, as a charge for possible drug-seeking behavior could be right around the corner if you do. For more information on how to get prescribed Oxycodone by your doctor, and for loads more blog posts and articles on all things Nootropics supplements and Smart Drugs, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Nootropics University.com.

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