Oxycodone and driving



Can I get ticketed for DUI if I am prescribed oxycodone, I have been

10/14/2016
02:12 | Olivia Holiday
Oxycodone and driving
Can I get ticketed for DUI if I am prescribed oxycodone, I have been

4 Answers - Posted in: oxycodone, dui - Answer: Hi Creek821, yes, it is erratically to get pulled over for suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

Thats why your meds will state on the Rx bottle: may cause drowsiness. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery until you know how this drug will affect you (or something along that line).

Creek, if someone else ls you that your driving is good, the meds probably dont affect your driving but it never hurts to be extra cautious. 4 Feb 2013.

... took them for about a year taking a larger dose all the time ended up with about 8 to 10 a day started having health issues urination anxiety.

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Pinellas judge If you use oxycodone, you can't drive Tampa Bay

7/11/2016
01:18 | Madison Holmes
Oxycodone and driving
Pinellas judge If you use oxycodone, you can't drive Tampa Bay

Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Frank Quesada has a message for people who appear before him in court: If you use oxycodone, don't drive.

Quesada said he's not criticizing people who take oxycodone legally. He said he has needed pain medication after recuperating from surgery and understands that it can be medically important.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011 4:03pm.

That might sound obvious, considering that Florida is in the midst of what has been called a prescription drug abuse epidemic that is killing roughly seven people a day. Oxycodone is a particularly potent pain medicine, and also particularly addictive.

But Quesada applies his policy even to those who are taking oxycodone compley legally, with each dose prescribed by a doctor.

"I think it's very dangerous.

If I Am Taking Pain Killers, Can I Drive?

11/15/2016
03:22 | Olivia Holiday
Oxycodone and driving
If I Am Taking Pain Killers, Can I Drive?

So, the question of whether one can drive while using pain medicines, drugs such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, the brand names are Vicodin, Percocet, as an.

Question: If I'm Taking Pain Killers, Can I Drive?

Answer: Pain medications come in various varieties, or different types of pain medications are commonly used everyday by people. And when it comes to driving and safety, that typically relates to sedation and drowsiness side effects of medications. So, the question of whether one can drive while using pain medicines, I would immediay ask about sedating types of medicines, such as opiods and in that category of drugs such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, the brand names are Vicodin, Percocet, as an example. And though the medications themselves may not be sedating, and one might drive without any problems, the other consideration is whether these medications are interacting with other medications that you may be taking. A good example would be medicines for anxiety such as lorazepam, or Ativan, when combined with opiod drugs such as hydrocodone or oxycodone may become very sedating and may well become dangerous to operate a vehicle or really do anything else that's potentially dangerous. So, it's more the additive effect of medications that becomes a problem. High dose use of opiods is also a problem in that one drug on its own, when used in high dose certainly, can also cause sedation. So there are those concerns, and that is something that your physician should obviously take into account and advise you appropriay as to whether sedation would be a problem. Next:

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What are the affects of oxycodone on driving and what are the

9/13/2016
01:02 | Madison Holmes
Oxycodone and driving
What are the affects of oxycodone on driving and what are the

People taking oxycodone, especially at the beginning are advised to not drive as they are not yet used to the drug and will be as impaired as they would be with.

Where your first answer, as well as your time, is indeed appreciated it does not meet my specifications for more detail. All I see above is the "general" answer sent to my first question. What is happening here? I don't see an answer to my second attempt to receive more details.

Again, thank you for your time and much needed help.

What I need is to find out more information regarding the drug and how long it usually stays in the blood stream after taking? I also need to know if anyone knows what the laws say regarding the legal amount allowed, etc.

Does this detail help you in any way to understand the type of answer I am looking for?

Medical.

I have been taking this medication for a long time but only when my back gives out and I am in pain.

Is it legal to drive after taking 1 oxycodone pill? Yahoo Answers

6/10/2016
02:28 | Olivia Holiday
Oxycodone and driving
Is it legal to drive after taking 1 oxycodone pill? Yahoo Answers

I had my wisdom teeth taken out and was prescribed oxycodone for the pain. I took one pill about two hours ago and I feel perfectly fine.

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