What should i tell the doctor?

Discussion in 'Opiates' started by Ganjabeliever, Feb 3, 2010.

  1. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    I'm sick. I have a sore throat, body aches, cold-sweats, and a small cough.
    I don't think i'm sick enough to get perscribed hydrocodone but i want it.
    What should i tell the doc to make him think i need hydrocodone cough syrup?
     
  2. sw0o0sh

    sw0o0sh Banned

    Isn't that stuff for physical-injury level pain? I wouldn't know though, just shooting the shit on this one. Those almost seem like withdrawal symptoms so you'd more than likely have to play it off as something else. But again, I wouldn't know.
     
  3. Mr.Writer

    Mr.Writer Senior Member

    youre not gonna get an opiate for your cough if its a 'small cough'. a doc will only give you opiates for that if its persistent and dry, and then youll get codeine phosphate or some shit, if youre lucky. hydrocodone cough syrup . . . good luck
     
  4. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    Yeah. i wanted codeine/hydrocodone. It's not persistent. I just got sick and went to the doc today. Should i tell the doc its persistent and dry?

    Swoosh, fyi, Hydrocodone is pprescribed for both pain and cough.
     
  5. Mr.Writer

    Mr.Writer Senior Member

    thing is though he is gonna listen to you cough and if its not dry . . .
     
  6. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    ah. so only if its mucus-ee and i tell him its been persistent?
     
  7. digdoug

    digdoug Member

    Tell him its a painful cough and you end up coughing all night not allowing you to get a decent nights sleep.
     
  8. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    Yeah that along with diahreah normaly get me what i need but the doc str8 up gave me ATuss DS. fuckers...
     
  9. Dude, just toughen up. And they do sound like withdrawll symptoms. Even though, it doesnt even sound THAT bad for a doctor to prescribe you an opiate like that. As someone said..
     
  10. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    It does. But its not withdrawl. I'm in college and NEVER get my hands on opioids. however i did take 5 tabs last night and felt GREAT. but i gave up on the doc. Sometimes they are feeling generous and write out a bottle of liquid codone but i guess he slept on the couch that night....
     
  11. happydude_60

    happydude_60 Senior Member

    Doctors these days rarely prescribe narcotic-laced cough medications. They have too many other drugs at their disposal, but good luck anyway.
     
  12. digdoug

    digdoug Member

    My doc always gives me codeine if I have a bad cough and its keeping me up at night. Every time.
     
  13. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    Yeah. Lots of kids in my school were doing it every month, rarely with an actual cough. What time this kid got so used to selling me his bottle of hydrocodone syrup for $20 that he went to his doctor 3 times in a month and the doctor asked him what happened to the other bottles. Ha, needless to say he didn't get the bottle and the doctor called his mom.
    But most doctors hand that shit out pretty easily. I just have the worst doc in town...
     
  14. The Imaginary Being

    The Imaginary Being PAIN IN ASS Lifetime Supporter

    I have the BEST advice. Wait until you are ill enough to need it

    Then go to the doctors.

    Ta da
     
  15. Ganjabeliever

    Ganjabeliever Advanced Knowledge

    ^great advice. I think i skipped a step.
     
  16. stuckinahole

    stuckinahole Member

    back when i was an undergrad, i would go to the quikcare and the docs would always write me a tussionex script (which is the hyrdocodone cough syrup, like 5mg a dose). this happened before i even knew what i was getting, then after like two years they just quit doing it. but, good luck man. like everyone says, when you're ill enough they will give it you.
     
  17. digdoug

    digdoug Member

    did you fake a cough? haha
     
  18. stuckinahole

    stuckinahole Member

    no, i actually had one. but i suppose i hammed it up. i also would say that it was keeping me up at night, making me feel worse during the day, and interfering with school/work.
     
  19. digdoug

    digdoug Member

    If it was me I wouldn't mention school and work, docs don't wanna give you something that will slow you down and interfere with stuff like that. Ooops I thought you were the guy/gal who created the thread. Yea it sounds like your doctor just changed their stance on writing narcotic cough syrup. I've never had my hands on hydro-syrup. Sure would like to though, haha.
     
  20. Morphoxycode1

    Morphoxycode1 Member

    Yeah, Tussionex is your goal, but it's not as commonly prescribed as the purple drank (promethazine/codeine syrup) It's decent and works well but only provides a small codeine buzz before the promethazine tranquilizes you for days! He asks me if my cough is keeping me up at night and I say yes....that's an automatic script for the purple stuff. He's not the most generous dr with the narcs, either. Or if they try that, just say you've tried it and the codeine have you horrible cramping and nausea....is there anything else? Hoping they suggest Tuss. Hope ya feel "good" soon!
     

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