I am on my third week of oxycodone for pain control and I have some observations:
1. It works
2. Best to avoid provocations of all kinds, to or from my direction
3. I am ready to reclassify two friends for inattention to my present circumstance. I may or may not give them the option of explanation
4. What's wrong with being a little confused?
5. Most people would know I mean biscuit when I say that bread thing.
6. Oh is that why I'm so sensitive?
7. Yes I will wait on that list of grievances until I'm off the meds--but it's still a good list.
8. So now I know not to cut down the dose so abruptly.
9. I may on occasion repeat myself.
10. It works.
Hello there, I've been sick for the past few days to bodily complications (the nurse called it 'the bashful bowel) but today I'm on the mend again and have graduated from using a walker to using a cane. To use similar medical terms, my knee is a bashful bender.
I promise I won't write post after post about my surgery and rehabilitation. I wish these oxycodones wanted to write poetry but no; so far they prefer reruns of Judge Judy and Words with Friends at 4 am. I have been discouraged for a few days but I'm back on track and practicing walking on uneven ground. Which by the way I should have plenty of experience with already :^)