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Headaches, sleeplessness and crawling feeling on the body after taking oxycodone. Side effect?

my doctor prescribed me Oxycodone 20 mg pills, and for the first few days they were ok. then after about a week they started having me feeling funny. I mean like I could not sleep, my nerves were going hay wire, I would have t o shake myself to try and feel ok. It felt like something was crawling inside me and they gave me headaches. is this normal for these pills.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Yes it is normal for Oxycodone to cause these side effects as it is an opiate class of drugs.
I would like to know for what ailment you were prescribed this drug.
Are you on regular oxycodone or it is only just recently started.
once you can describe your symptoms your medication can be modified depending upon the available medications.

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