Citation: White_Boy_Ro. "I Havenít Used Anything Else Since and Probably Never Will: An Experience with Oxymorphone (exp104456)". Erowid.org. Aug 24, 2018. erowid.org/exp/104456
Intravenous (IV) injection of crushed pills/tablets can be very dangerous due to unknown substances, binders, and fillers present. Any substance injected directly into the blood stream should be very pure. Clean needles and medically appropriate techniques should be used to avoid serious injury or death.]
Because opiate use can lead to significant tolerance (requiring higher doses for the same effects), the dose used by a first time user is significantly smaller than that used by a regular user. It can be extremely dangerous to choose ones dose on the basis of the amount taken by someone else. Overdoses of opiates can be fatal.]
Like Brandy to Wine
My first experience with Opana, was a few months ago, when my doctor switched me to it from hydrocodone. I had never heard of Opana before, so I didnít know what to think about it really. So I go over to my buddies house, who is a for real chemist at a pharmaceutical company, and ask him about it. Heís like, hell no Iím not touching that shit. I know what thatís made from. This only intrigued me of course. I have been taking Opiates for about 7 years and have tried just about anything and everything there is. So I swallow a 10mg IR, it was pleasant enough I suppose. But after the first one I went home and drew one up in a 1cc rig and banged it. Oh, snap. I had this intense feeling of warmth/pressure but not a bad pressure more like a massage that slid up my arms and neck and then just settled over my brain. I havenít used anything else since and, probably never will, itís that good.
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