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Ask the Experts: When Should I Talk to My Doctor About a Possible Opioid Addiction?

In this video, Dr. Oz discusses who is at risk for opioid addiction, how to recognize the symptoms of opioid addiction and why you need to work with your healthcare provider to develop an individualized treatment plan.

Medically reviewed in January 2020.

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