Oxycodone Addiction Self-Assessment Screening Quiz. This brief questionnaire will evaluate whether you may have an unhealthy oxycodone dependency.
Have you used oxycodone when it was physically hazardous for you to do so, such as while operating a motor vehicle or in other unsafe circumstances?
Do you spend a great deal of time obtaining, using, or recovering from the effects of using oxycodone?
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Have you tried unsuccessfully to cut down on your use of oxycodone?
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Have you needed to use greater amounts of oxycodone to achieve the effects you desired? (Please answer “No” if you are only taking oxycodone exclusively as directed under medical supervision.).
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Do you have powerful cravings to use oxycodone?
Have you resumed taking oxycodone or any similar drug to avoid these symptoms or for relief of these symptoms? (Please answer “No” if you are only taking oxycodone exclusively as directed under medical supervision.).
Have you often wanted to reduce your use of oxycodone?
This brief questionnaire will evaluate whether you may have an unhealthy oxycodone dependency. Oxycodone is an opioid painkiller, found in prescription formulations such as OxyContin, Percocet and Roxicodone. Used for the treatment of moderate or severe pain, this powerful opioid has undeniable addictive potential, and has become a frequently abused drug. These questions are based on criteria of the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” for opioid use disorder, which includes oxycodone use.
Have you failed to meet your obligations at work, school, or home because of your continuing oxycodone use?
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Have you experienced relationship or social issues due to the effects of your oxycodone use and continued using it anyway?
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Have you had to reduce or abandon social or recreational activities due to your ongoing oxycodone use?
Have you kept taking oxycodone even when you knew that it was worsening your physical or mental health?
After using the same dose of oxycodone for a period of time, have you noticed it has a lessened effect on you? (Please answer “No” if you are only taking oxycodone exclusively as directed under medical supervision.).
When ceasing prolonged oxycodone use, have you experienced fever, yawning, sweating, diarrhea, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, a runny nose, muscle aches, or an uncomfortable mood? (Please answer “No” if you are only taking oxycodone exclusively as directed under medical supervision.).