Even if you haven't been taking them very long and don't think you are addicted....your body will go thru at least "some" changes when it doesn't get the daily dose it was used to after feeding it an opiate.
Stomach issues and high blood pressure are common....why don't you get your dr involved......he/she can give you meds to help, one being clonidine which is a b/p med but used a lot with opiate w/drawals.
It sounds like opiate withdrawal symptoms setting in. I doubt the discomfort will last very long from the amount of time you were using Oxy. I don't think weed is causing the nausea. With the Oxy, were you recovering from pain and it's now under control?
Its all normal. I was on hydro for two months recovering from surgery. I never thought I was addicted either ( looking back now there were some signs) but your body has gotten use to the drugs. Yes the high blood pressure is normal and so is the nausea. I would actually think that smoking would help that. Your body is going through withdrawl from the drugs even if you mental didn't feel addicted to them .
@clean_in_ks I would go to my doctor but I was taking my father's pills (with his permission, but still illegal I know).
@OpenMind24hours .. In the beginning yes I was using them to help ease the pain in my lower back, but it got to a point where I was using them before smoking as a way to get higher. I loved the feeling of being on oxy and smoking cannabis.
@mpriceless1012 For whatever reason I feel like the cannabis elevates the depression that comes along with not using the opiates. It's hard though, I used cannabis way more than oxy and now I am afraid to smoke for fear of depression. Also the withdrawal symptoms I have faced without cannabis are a lot like those of oxy so I am not really sure which is causing the cold sweats.. lack of appetite and so on.. My main way of smoking cannabis was blunt too so I am not sure if I could be also facing nicotine withdrawal??