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    I was buying it until seeing the Keflex one. That's an antibiotic not an opiate or other mood altering drug.

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    Geez. I was on Dilaudid after surgery and it was absolutely nothing like that. I was perfectly fine apart from mild nausea which may have been due to one of the other drugs. I suspect he's getting a little creative.

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    Yeah, that wasn't my experience with Dilaudid either. I was on it when I was in the hospital for my gallbladder the first night (they stepped me down to morphine the next day) and it didn't really affect my brain like that-I'm pretty sure the morphine made me feel weirder than the dilaudid.

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    these are awesome.
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    Dilaudid was Elvis' favorite painkiller. He told Red West's wife, a member of his inner circle, "I've tried them all, honey, and believe me, Dilaudid is the best."

    Which reminds me of this:

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    I love klonopin It makes me have negative anxiety. I could sleep in the middle of cracked out serial killer town and would sleep like a baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louiswinthorpe111 View Post
    3mg Klonopin

    What the fuck is Dilaudid?
    This is a pain medication they can give you in the hospital usually, like vicadin. My mother just said they gave that to her after she had surgery a few years ago, it made her instantly start vomiting all over for hours.
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    These are really cool! The bath salts one is scary tho
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    Dilaudid is different for everyone, I think. It is a hell of a pain med, but it can have WEIRD side effects. After my husband's third surgery to repair a badly broken femur, they gave him Dilaudid. I have NEVER seen him act like that, before or since. He's a very lucid guy, lol. But he was sitting there telling me about the strangest hallucinations--he saw the wall of the room as a vast movie screen, and across it were moving a host of mysterious shadow people, all elegantly dressed in Victorian clothing. He told me about some of them in great detail. He said they were talking, too, though he couldn't quite make out what they were saying.

    I told the nurses and they took him off Dilaudid immediately. He was kind of annoyed with me.

    Meth looks a lot like bath salts, but bath salts is creepier by far. Apparently they're related so not surprising. I tried to post the pic but am having trouble with this new board, some kind of Java issue. Gah. If it's not Flash fucking things up, it's Java. Apparently.
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