I have made a series of videos that document the effects of oxycodone on me and my progressive multiple sclerosis. I don't make these videos for attention or anything like that. If I did, that would be stupid because almost no one watches them. Which is a shame because I feel like they could help so many people if only people saw them. Rather, I make these videos in hopes of spreading the word of a message apparently I'm the only one who can spread, thus potentially helping myself and others who live in crippling pain but may not already know what I learned last year after being prescribed lots of oxycodone, following a horribly broken femur, and second-degree and third-degree burns seven weeks later; what doctors obviously still don't know (because if they did, oxycodone would already be very commonly prescribed for MS patients, instead of being made nearly impossible for MS patients to acquire). Please watch at least one of these videos, especially if you or someone you love lives in crippling pain that doctors will only treat with "safe" drugs like evil gabapentin/Neurontin, which I feel lucky to have survived. I am unwilling to take almost all pharmaceuticals, but there are a couple that are pretty amazing. Oxycodone is one of them, as long as it is taken responsibly. Which I think is obviously how I use it. OxyChronicles 1: MS spasticity wiped out by one Percocet (2:24). I made this one during summer 2016, when all I really knew is that Percocet eliminates spasticity, which is the worst kind of pain there is. Click to play YouTube Video ---------------- OxyChronicles 2: Standing up unaided for the first time in 3.5 months (0:41). Click to play YouTube Video ---------------- OxyChronicles 3: Walking unaided after knowing I'd never do it again (2:48). I made this one after I'd taken oxycodone every day for five months, then very sparingly for the following month or so (either 10 mg max any particular day, or none). I never even mention oxycodone in this video because I guess I still didn't realize how much of my improvement was a direct result of taking oxycodone. Shortly after making this video, I stopped receiving oxycodone scripts for several months. During that time, I fell apart because being on my feet without oxycodone gets me injured. So, being not-fucking-stupid, I now stay off my feet completely when I have no oxycodone. When you can't be on your feet, you get very [dangerously] weak, very fast. Click to play YouTube Video ---------------- OxyChronicles 4: Before/after dose of REAL MEDICINE. Watch the legs (1:12). Click to play YouTube Video ---------------- OxyChronicles 5: Small daily dosage after taking none for five months (14:07). I like this one because it documents over an hour of my recovery through oxycodone, uncut, yet it's only 14 minutes long. Click to play YouTube Video ---------------- OxyChronicles 6: Scientific hypothesis nailed. I can't stand, then I can (5:26). https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W03GcQQ9kLk ---------------- OxyChronicles 7: Another before/after oxycodone video (2:20). @biohacker was impressed with this one. It's short, too. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TYsxU4QX2oQ ---------------- OxyChronicles 8: Starting over on Ryan's bridge (8:35). I originally thought the raw footage from the talking part of this video went on and on, with not much important stuff to offer, but now I think that part is amazing. If you are not in tears at some point between 4:00 and 5:00, fuck you. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=77TyyrYkVnY ---------------- I just received a call from the Columbus Dispatch. They're gonna print a letter I sent to the editor about this, within a few days. My letter included a mention of AimlessRyan on YouTube. So these mostly-unwatched videos may be about to go kinda viral. This may be interesting.