Pill imprint A333 has been identified as acetaminophen/oxycodone 325 mg / 10 mg
More than 30% of Americans and many more other people worldwide suffer from chronic pain and many of them are turning to opioid painkillers as a solution. For example, prescriptions for opioid painkillers have dramatically increased worldwide over past 25 years from 76 million prescription in 1991 to 259 million prescriptions in 2012. Just to have an idea of how many people that is, it’s enough to give each American his own bottle of a333 opioid bottle.
However, using opioid doesn’t come without consequences. These powerful drugs have a long list of side-effects and long-term effects.
First, what are opioids? Opioids are a class of drugs also called narcotic painkillers and are derived naturally or synthetically from the opium poppy. Some commonly used opioids are:
But the most common one is a333 opioid.
Opioids are prescribed for treating both chronic pain and more common kinds of pain caused by back injuries, headaches, arthritis and more conditions.
However, opioids don’t actually remove the pain, just decrease the perception of pain and produces a sensation of pleasure and well-being.
But what are the ugly side-effects of using these “painkillers”?
Well, the most common ones are constipation and nausea. Other commonly known side-effects of opioid using are sedation, dizziness, vomiting, tolerance and so on and so forth.
However less known are:
Muscle rigidity: the inability of muscles to relax normally, causing muscle pain as muscles stay contracted for a long period of time.
Gastroparesis : a problem also known as delayed gastric emptying as it slows or even stops the movement of food from stomach to the small intestine leading to pain, excess gas and even weight loss.
Long-term use of opioids can lead to serious long-term effects. Some of them are hormonal dysfunction and reduce fertility, libido and sex drive. It is advised not to use opioid for more than 6 months as you are exposed to many long-term effects that may seriously harm your body.
To wrap it up, a333 opioid is not such a good painkiller and even if it makes you feel better, just know that it slowly kills your body. If you start having side-effects, consult your doctor and see what alternatives you have. Substance abuse can kill, but taken in the right quantity, this a333 opioid can indeed help with your pain relief.