Citation: chief. "Three Days on Hydocodone: An Experience with Hydrocodone (exp17595)". Erowid.org. Jun 16, 2005. erowid.org/exp/17595
I had my wisdom teeth taken out last summer and the doctor prescribed hydrocodone. I didn't know anything about it, except that it sounded like codeine and I like that. I was told that I should take one pill every six hours when I got home. I was still high on the stuff the doctor put me to sleep with when I got home so I forgot to take it. I started watching a movie when my whole face felt like it was going to just being pulled apart with pliers. I went and took my first hydrocodone pill and waited. Nothing had happened after 20 minutes so I took another because I thought I might die from the pain if I didn't. I waited another 20 minutes and still nothing, so I called the doctor. He said to take another. I took another and right after I did, the first one started to kick in. I started to get really dizzy and light headed at first. Then I was just happy. I forgot that there was still blood coming out of my mouth from the operation. Then the second one kicked in. By then I couldn't walk and I was crawling on the floor while my friend who was taking care of me was just laughing hysterically. Then the third kicked in. I was gone in another world.
At first it was great but I got really sick so I laid down for a while and I was fine. Then I got really hungary. I started with ice cream. It tasted so good! Then it came right back up. About 4 or 5 hours later I was starving. Whatever I ate would just come back up. The more I tried to eat, the more it would hurt so I took more hydrocodone. I went through three bottles of it in three days. It was horrible. I was seeing the world in a dreamlike state while starved for three days. I think that it would have been good if I didn't have the pain because then I wouldn't have needed to keep taking more and then I could have eaten more. I would recomend this stuff to anyone for recreational use, but not for pain.
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