You didn’t intend to get addicted. It happened innocently enough. You went to your doctor seeking pain relief from an injury or perhaps you were plagued by chronic pain from a persistent medical condition.
Your doctor prescribed Oxycodone, an opiate medication excellent at controlling pain, but extremely addictive. Not only did the oxycodone relieve your physical pain, but it made you feel euphoric and gave you a general sense of well-being. You began to require higher and higher doses to get the same relief or began taking it more often than you were supposed to. You were hooked.