I took my first 2 norco 10mg about 4 years ago. Given to me by my father for pain in my club foot. Almost right away it seemed like I was dipping into his stash of them. Then I want to the Dr for my pain issues. He told me that I wasn't having any pain (haha). So I ended up primarily getting them from my Dr for about 2 months before he told me no more and go to pain mgmt. Well I am also uninsured making that not so much of an option. Then my father gave me a 50mgh fentanyl patch witch totally f ed me up, too much drug in other words. F my dad. Seems like right away I started getting oxycodone the little 15s in which I could take 1 and feel better. From there about a year or so later I got the 30mgs from a Dr, as well as topping as many 80mg oxy that I could snort every half hour.
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