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What patients are saying about
Hydrocodone and Nightmares

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Drug Addiction
  • 130 posts reported Drug Addiction with Hydrocodone, 0.12% of total posts
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Nightmares
  • Nightmares is a known side effect of Hydrocodone
  • Nightmares is #28 in Hydrocodone discussions.
  • 127 posts reported Nightmares with Hydrocodone, 0.12% of total posts
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Hearing Loss
  • 127 posts reported Hearing Loss with Hydrocodone, 0.12% of total posts
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  • 119 posts reported Suicidal with Hydrocodone, 0.11% of total posts
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By Adriana saenz
February 24, 2014
Adriana saenz wrote
hydro
hi I'm Adriana I am 15 years old and well the dc gave me hydros to take my pain away from surgery I just had and well the 2nd night I started having nightmares ?! and well it's been a week and well the dreams get more and more advance now I will wake up but I can't move ? & ill stay like that for abt. 8mnts w. out moving or talking until I snap out of it .. and during the day my moods change and I really need these pills cuz of the pain but the side affects are just to crazy and well I don't mind a few bad dreams here and there but I hear voices when I wake up , I mean the dreams are bloody murder dreams I wake up scared and my heart rate is off the charts .. but I say the worst part abt. hydros is sometimes when you wake up you stay in shock you can't move or talk and your hallucinating almost like a cheap high .. but many ppl are different I'm just saying what iv experienced ..
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Sleep paralysis is a side effect of narcotics. It is a less likely side effect but does happen more than you think.
I love how people try to diagnose you with narcolepsy over the Internet.
USN Dr  |  July 13, 2014
its called sleep paralysis. look it up, happens to me every night. its side effects from narcolepsy.
jessica  |  May 30, 2014
the reason you cant move after a dream is because while you are sleeping you body makes chemicals so you cant move. when you wake up from a dream you are just feeling the chemicals in your body. it had nothing to do with the meds.
Destiny  |  May 13, 2014
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By dan
July 10, 2014
dan wrote
hydrocodone suicide
No, he most likely did not feel any pain. Possibly an upset stomach, but he was probably unconscious before even an upset stomach developed. I'm so sorry for your loss
Angi  |  July 16, 2014
An opioid overdose is probably the LEAST painful and unpleasant way to die in existence. He probably felt bliss for a period followed by unconsciousness and respiratory failure.
MLC  |  July 15, 2014
As a teen I tried to kill myself by taking 26 10mg hydrocodone. I didn't feel anything, no pain. Mostly nausea from the o.d. And hours of hallucinations. But no pain.
Hope this helps.
USN SGT  |  July 13, 2014
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By deluxedropshipping
June 5, 2014
deluxedropshipping wrote
Hydrocodone
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By jack
March 28, 2014
jack wrote
help
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By no to drugs
March 26, 2014
no to drugs wrote
what it did to me a 15 year old kid
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Lisa -- I am afraid your msg ran together with "no to drugs" don't you think he already got the message with his moniker? Apparently you are among them I am assailing for aping fashions (see above). I don't think we have the degree of "slavery" attributable to drugs as yourself and the vocative minority does, I do think we have a slavery effect ongoing whereby self determination and expression is being stifled or choked out by the people who say they'd like to see our freedoms fostered (mostly
Chris Coe  |  June 22, 2014
Well, hey you are an arson and have tried to commit suicide taking 30 ULTRAM / Tramidol which you didn't disclose to your doctor or they'd never have written you hydrocodome. Be honest with yourself -- didn't you have other issues other than a doctor prescribing you medications for a disease or defect/illness that you did not have and didn't act in an credible manner for your own benefit and then blame your wrong decisions on inanimate objects which you openly say don't openly say misused. Tra
Chris Coe  |  June 22, 2014
I am relatively certain no one asked for advice such as since you are sick or in pain shouldn't I stop taking medicine. You don't have ADHD or ADD, and likely aren't in even mild pain, and you obviously no nothing about medicine except someone prescribed it to you probably as a courtesy due to minor acute injury or minor surgery you had which in no way qualifies you to offer advice. Instead, you ape the fashion "say no to drugs"; quality of life is a question you address often in AHDD & ADD qua
Chris Coe  |  June 22, 2014
Hey Hun... I know what life is like on pills, feeling the need to take a pill-to self medicate OR even out of habit. What you're going to have to do is: commit to changes. Changes you want&need. If you were told at 7years old, do you want a life that's full of all the dreams you can bring into a reality-a happy life ...or... Do you want a life of pain, on a constant run for something to make you feel better, but will only turn on you, make you so dependant on it that you can't wake up without h
Lisa  |  June 19, 2014
please give me some advise
no to drugs  |  March 27, 2014
please give me some feed back my life is bad right now
no to drugs  |  March 26, 2014
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By hms7777
December 25, 2013
hms7777 wrote
Clonidine
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it just helps you sleep
no to drugs  |  March 26, 2014
When I started on Clonidine I pretty much became narcoleptic for a period of a few hours about 1.5-2 hours after taking it. There were times I'd literally fall asleep standing up at work, my coworkers kept taking pictures of me, haha. It got better after a couple weeks, but it was tough to work my way through. I'm on 1mg AM, 1mg PM. I work overnights and loved the AM pill as it'd knock me right out and I'd sleep great! Been on about 6 months now and it doesn't affect me in that regard at
Mike  |  February 5, 2014
I had the same issue when withdrawing from my fentanyl patches. Discuss this concern with your doctor as I did. I had the dose reduced to .1 mg from .2 mg. I don't know what breaking in half will do. It's an immediate release pill so it might leech too much medicine in your system too fast like with many other meds. Once I got used to the .1, I went back up to .2 (I also have high blood pressure). It also works like a charm getting rid of the stinging in my feet due to a spinal injury. G
KJ  |  January 24, 2014
Clonidine lowers your blood pressure, so you can become light headed. You probably have solved this, but if not try half and then have a few hours later.
Anonymous  |  January 6, 2014
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By Rob
December 12, 2013
Rob wrote
Amenea Hydrocodone/APAP 10-325
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By Biggs
November 29, 2013
Biggs wrote
Pain management
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Good for you others not so lucky I lost a uncle close to me that died on haroin he was cut off from doctor the same meds you are on. He couldn't handle the withdraws Don't want to sound or preitch to you but pat your self on the back
March 26, 2014
your still on OXY..
mp  |  March 5, 2014
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By Mike P
October 10, 2013
Mike P wrote
Hydrocodone
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YES!!!!!!!
no to drugs  |  March 26, 2014
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By mgrace00
September 13, 2013
mgrace00 wrote
Hydrocodone/Wellbutrin SR Personal Experience
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What patients are saying about Hydrocodone and Nightmares

127 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
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...the office, but I left a message, and will let the forum knows what a doctor will do about opiate induced nightmares, from hydrocodone...
aunt had nightmares when she took hydrocodone, so it seems...
...had hallucinations when they started taking Lyrica. My aunt had nightmares when she took hydrocodone, so it seems reasonable that oxycodone could cause some...
full dose of hydrocodone gave me nightmares, so I only took...
They sent me home with hydrocodone and ibuprofen. The only way ...full dose (2) of hydrocodone and alternate it with ...the full dose of hydrocodone gave me nightmares, so I ...
had whimpering nightmares with hydrocodone. The switch to...
...dreams. In fact, I had whimpering nightmares with hydrocodone. The switch to Percoset took care of that, although I went off the pain meds except on occasion as soon as...
Oxycodone. Hydrocodone, made me have nightmares. Ultram is...
...just a crap load of pressure. I had morphine in the hospital and Oycodone, Hdrocodone and Utram at home. I took my pick, and the best was the Oxycodone. Hydrocodone, made me have nightmares....
to stop taking Hydrocodone due to all the nightmares they...
...well. I also had a friend that told me their father had to stop taking Hydrocodone due to all the nightmares they were giving him. Not trying to shoot you down at all, U4ia,...
leg, nightmares, etc. as of now i consider hydrocodone...
...sick to enjoy the hydrocodone so i dont even ...my oxy withdrawal vicodin didnt do shit, just had to deal w the restless leg, nightmares, etc. as of now i consider hydrocodone in the same categ...
I only took it at night, but I had terrible nightmares...
#37 OMG - the Hydrocodone was HORRIBLE. I only took it at night, but I had terrible nightmares. I later found out from a family member that this is some times a side affect, or...
and had nightmares. Can this be due to Hydrocodone? I only...
...taken the pain medication, Hydrocodone? I had surgery ...as well and had nightmares. Can this be due to Hydrocodone? I only took it ...Tuesday because I am already dealing with Lexapro withdr...
at night, I have been getting the most horrific nightmares...
...Hydrocodone for my ruptured discs in my back. I take probably 21-35 mg of hydro a day for the last week, and be it a nap in the afternoon, or sleep at night, I have been getting the most horri...
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