Roxicet abuse is known to result in a number of side effects. Some of these side effects are permanent conditions that may be risky to the health of an individual, while others are minor conditions that disappear soon after the addict stops abusing the substance. The effects are particular to each individual and depend on the addicts’ tolerance to the substance. The following are some of the main side effects that may be experienced as a result of abusing the drug:

The first side effect you may experience is digestive upset. Common effects include vomiting, nausea, constipation and diarrhea. Some addicts are also affected by loss of appetite. The eyesight becomes blurred and double vision is also not uncommon. Dry mouth, headache, fatigue, dizziness and drowsiness are also common in many addicts.

The addicts also suffer from confused thought patterns, irregular thought flow, slurred speech and and weird ideas. The user may get engaged in behaviors they would not have considered before such as criminal activities, dishonesty, committing suicide, or even causing harm to others.

Roxicet Addiction Side Effects

Extended Roxicet abuse also causes the addict to neglect regular obligations such as attending work, providing for their families and even personal hygiene. They may become obsessed with this substance to the extent that they are only interested in acquiring a supply of the drug.

Abusers of Roxicet may experience a loss of psychomotor coordination. Addicts are incapable of doing work that requires a lot of concentration and caution, such as driving and operation of machinery.

Altered sleep patterns also occur. Addicts suffer from insomnia at night, while during the day, they may become excessively sleepy. It is not uncommon to see a Roxicet addict is falling asleep in the middle of a conversation or even when standing.

Be on the lookout for extreme mood swings followed by the addicted user’s inability to associate normally with people. Anxiety, nervousness, short and strained breathing, hiccups and sweating from shock are also common effects. Muscle and joint pain, and in worse circumstances, muscle injury, may occur as a result of relaxation of the muscles.

Roxicet has been attributed with reducing the amount of testosterone produced in the body leading to impotence. In males, the prostate gland may also become enlarged. Relaxation of muscles can lead to lost bladder control, leading to urine retention. Depression of the CNS makes the muscles weak, causing the abdominal joints to become vulnerable to injury when one performs heavy tasks. A number of Roxicet users complain of abdominal muscle and joint pains.

Expect conditions such as fainting, having cold and clammy skin, seizures, tremors and convulsions to occur as a result of extended abuse of these drugs. Respiratory arrest and circulatory collapse that can lead to death are other common conditions in Roxicet addiction and abuse. Acetaminophen in the drug has been attributed with increasing liver cirrhosis.

Roxicet has also been found to increase development of allergic responses such as:

  • Hives
  • Rashes
  • Itching
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Tightness in the chest
  • Swelling of extremities
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