No chance of getting DHC w/o paracetamol
for acute idiopathic pain from your doctor, unless you have clear evidence of why you are pain and what's causing it. I have chronic pain with evidence, and can't tolerate these shitty NSAIDs, yet my doctor still won't give me any opioids
without paracetamol. Paracetamol and the likes upset my stomach and give me lower back pain. Basically it feels like my intestines are being twisted in a knot. Blagging for scripts is not easy; GPs get patients every single day trying to get opiates
...99% can tell when someone's lying. I am genuinely in pain quite often and still get treated like a piece of shit junkie. Basically doctors will be wary and suspicious of anyone who complains of pain, esp when there's no obvious cause. [no injury, no underlying conditions, etc.] Blood tests will be the first thing being done to see if there's anything wrong, when the pain is unexplained. When that comes back normal, you're running out of options. Doctors will ask to describe exactly what kind of pain you're feeling, where it is, how often it is, what is it like on a 1-10 scale, does it stop you from functioning normally, etc. Saying you've sprained your ankle or whatever, with no bruising or swelling won't get you anywhere. Occasionally, but bear in mind this is very rare, in severe cases of RLS, you get might prescribed codeine
, if you say that the sensations are painful, last all day, and stop you from sleeping. However, RLS is not something that can be proved easily, unfortunately for me, I also suffer from RLS and have been for years, and all I get is Zopiclone
when I really can't sleep and my eyes are more red than white when I pay a visit to the doctors. However, signs of sleep deprivation can be determined easily as a result of RLS, whereas RLS as a condition is largely undiagnosed.
Co-codamols of the lowest dosage [8/500] are first choice by doctors for pain anyway. You'd have to be on them for a good few months before your doctor would consider to switch you to anything stronger. I don't recommend trying to manipulate your doctor into giving you a prescription, it'll most likely not work, and destroying that trust is probs not worth it. If you get labelled with drug
seeking behaviour, you can say goodbye to getting any opiates in the future when you are actually in pain.
On the subject, yes, it's definitely worth doing a CWE, of course only if you have a considerable amount of pills. Without a tolerance and with a low body weight, 40mg should be enough to produce a pleasant buzz. With a tolerance, and if you have a tolerance to stronger opiates, trying to achieve a high from DHC is probably completely pointless.