Opana (Oxymorphone) Addiction Signs, Symptoms, & Side Effects
- Trying unsuccessfully to stop using oxymorphone
- Continuing to use oxymorphone when there are negative side effects
- Feeling like the use of oxymorphone is out of control
- Oxymorphone is a top priority and area of focus
- Financial problems
- Social and relationship problems
- Declining performance in other areas of responsibility such as school or work
- Legal problems
- Risk-taking while on oxymorphone or to obtain more
- Secrecy or lying surrounding the use of oxymorphone
- Weakened immune system
- Problems with the gastrointestinal system
- Infections of the blood
- Skin abscesses
- Sexual dysfunction
- Fertility problems
- Problems with the hormonal system
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