Stadol Abuse Side Effects
Stadol is popular with drug abusers as it can be supplied in a spray form which makes it simple to ingest, however a side effect is that the abuser is exposed to highly addictive substance.
Stadol is used to manage pain in patients who are recovering from surgery or suffering from migraine headaches. On the positive side it has powerful pain killing properties but it also has negative and common side effects such as:
Elderly patients are more sensitive to the effects of Stadol and clinical studies on the use of the drug ingested through the intranasal method have shown that elderly people who use Stadol often experience headaches and vertigo more frequently than younger users.
Other side effects to the gastrointestinal system the user will experience are nausea, vomiting, constipation, anorexia, stomach pain, dry mouth and diarrhea. Stadol also increases intracholedochal pressure.
Effects of Stadol on the respiratory system are nasal congestion, cough, bronchitis, epistaxis, dyspnea, pharyngitis, rhinitis, sinusitis, sinus congestion and infections of the upper respiratory tract have been reported among by those who have used the nasal spray for a long time.
However the most common Stadol side effects are on the nervous system and include somnolence, dizziness, confusion, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, tremors, paresthesia and euphoria.
Abusers who have taken Stadol for a protracted period of time are susceptible to musculoskeletal diseases such as fibrous myopathy and to cardiovascular anomalies such as palpitations and vasodilatation.
Stadol can also cause more severe side effects and those who experience them should seek immediate medical assistance as their lives are at risk. Allergic reactions should also be considered as severe and include itching, breathing difficulties, hives, rash, swellings to the face, mouth, lips and tongue and a tightness around the chest.
Severe Side Effects of Stadol Abuse