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MrCipher

oxycodone and hppd?

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I asked myself the same question at the start of this year. I had HPPD for about 1,5 years at that time. It worsened my visual symptoms significantly. After 10 Months, still haven't recovered to the point I was at before taking it. I know how tempting it can be. I was in a bad place at that time.. my mother had died from cancer and I was heavily suffering from depression and my HPPD symptoms. No matter what situation you're in, don't do it man, as Jay said.. it's not worth it. 

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