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Bad Idea
Naltrexon & Oxycodone (Oxycontin)
Citation:   Pharmacist. "Bad Idea: An Experience with Naltrexon & Oxycodone (Oxycontin) (exp62404)". Erowid.org. Sep 14, 2009. erowid.org/exp/62404

 
DOSE:
T+ 0:00
55 mg   Oxycodone
  T+ 4:00 12.5 mg   Naltrexone
BODY WEIGHT: 65 kg
Naltrexon is a pure opiate-receptor antagonist and the use of naltrexon in opiate/opioid addicted individuals will lead to acute withdrawl symptoms.

After spending the night on 55 mg Oxycontin (oxycodone) I decided to use some naltrexon to stop the effects of oxycontin, since it had caused some insomnia in the past. I figured no withdrawl would occur since I'm not a regular user of opioids. I used about 12,5 mgs as a dose. Naltrexon pills are 50 mgs.

It happened to be a bad idea. 15 minutes after administration I started to feel weird and anxious. I decided to lay in bed but this didn't help. I felt really strange and out of my body. After 30 minutes I looked in the mirror and my pinpointed eyes had turned bigger (probably normal). I felt really weak and sick. I tried to sleep but didn't succeed in the first hour. After that I slept some hours, but in a really weird state and with a lot of sweating.

To conclude, my experiment was not a success. Though 12,5 mgs did seem to completely reverse the effects of 55 mg oxycodone 4 hours earlier.

Exp Year: 2007ExpID: 62404
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Sep 14, 2009Views: 12,904
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