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Help! Oxycodeine
Hi everyone this is a auntiJune Had a rough couple of days... Bizarre nightmares last 2 nights .  I'm am thinking could be the oxycodeine since I have seen a little of this
Going to call doctor this morning.  Anyone else experience this?  Feel like I'm losing touch with reality-not a good feeling. :-(
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Aw, sorry.
I had some nightmares too, but I was also withdrawing from other drugs, so assumed it was that.
I still feel like Im dreaming too much, but unrefreshed sleep seems to also go along with the territory.
I also may have a paradoxical reaction to oxycodone--while it makes others sleepy, it makes me more awake.  I had to quit taking it at night.
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  Many meds can cause nightmares....and it is weird I never remembered ne dreams let alone a nightmare b4 surgery but post op I have not stopped having dreams...

  Each med will affect each of us diff...so do talk to the Dr if u r not sleeping well as sleep is needed for healing.

  good luck and sweet dreams <3
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