Hydromorphone is a prescription drug that is referred to as an opioid pain medication. This drug is used to manage moderate to severe pain around the clock as it is an extended-release medicine. Although it is typically available in parenteral, rectal, subcutaneous and oral forms, it is also administered through an epidural or intrathecal injection.
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An individual who is taking hydromorphone will likely experience a number of symptoms when they are addicted. Some of the symptoms include severe agitation, restlessness, extended periods of isolation, phantom pains in areas where no pain/injury is happening, cramping, changes in sleep pattern, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.
An individual who is in withdrawal from Hydromorphone may experience depression, nausea, changes in sleep patterns, anxiety, muscle aches, and seizures.