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Lindsanity's Pill Problem: It's Bad!

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And she is messing around with some serious shiz!

While Lindsay Lohan's packing her leggings and iPhone for prison, sources are uncovering some startling news about Lindsay' most recent probation report. It seems that after Lindsay had her wisdom teeth taken out, her dentist prescribed her Dilaudid, an extremely powerful painkiller, often compared to morphine and heroin.

Whoa! Sounds like a bit much for wisdom teeth!

Sources explain that as long as she has a prescription, LiLo is in the clear to continue popping. We're not sure of the quantity the doctor prescribed, but we also know that LiLo has prescriptions for Ambien and Adderall. Something tells us all of those shouldn't mix!

Now, Lindsay is still required to take drug tests before she heads off to prison, but in the famous words of Michael Lohan, the drug tests do not include a scan for prescription meds.

We're a little worried about her, now. Someone better keep an eye on her…and her medicine cabinet.

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76 comments to “Lindsanity's Pill Problem: It's Bad!”

  1. 1

    they should find out who her dr. feelgood is and charge him with drug dealing. when i had my wisdom teeth and a fifth pulled i was given 10 percocets. period. she is highly overmedicated.
    why do they wait until the celebrity is dead to go after the doctor?
    while i don't feel sorry for HOhan, i do hope she gets help for her problem so she is around a long time for us to pick on!

  2. 2

    WTF??? I had TWO C-sections and was never given something that strong. What is wrong with these Dr.'s? You do not need anything more than Tylenol or Motrin for wisdom teeth.

  3. 3

    For a Dr. to prescribe dilaudid for wisdom teeth being removed is ridiculous. I'm a nurse I give that stuff all the time. That drug makes people so loopy. Dilaudid is so strong, 1 mg of dilaudid is equal to 7 mg of morphine.

  4. 4

    nuts! you would not need that much drugs for your wisdom teeth, i just asked my mom what they gave her when she got hers taken out and she said "a tylenol and a big check" lmao

  5. 5

    It's kind of crazy that most normal people get 1 or 2 packs of Tylenol 3s or 4s after wisdom teeth, and celebs get heroin substitutes. Interesting. The morals of that Doctor are right in line with Linsday's, so I'm sure those teeth really needed pulling…

  6. 6

    As long as the doc knows her meds, it's his/her call whether the scripts "Mix" or not.

  7. 7

    They have to start charging thos dentists and doctors. They should have their licenses revoked. Shame on them !

  8. 8

    Why would the dentist prescribe such a powerful pain killer? I doubt that there would be any re-fills….but Lindsay always seems to find a way to get drugs.

  9. 9

    Mario, u are not a medical proffesional, it might be un ethical for her to get dilauded(aka hydromorphone) which is potent, pain killer but does not give a high like oxycontin, hydrocodone and codiene. This drug has more of a numbing effect, physicially. And it makes sense that she uses it for a toothache. as a medicine to releive pain from getting her wisdom teeth pulled, but IT IS LEGAL and NO, mixing dilauded, adderal and ambien is not deadly , as long as as it is supervised and prescribed by a physician, and this has been going on for a while so , shes obviously not g0oing to kill herself. I work in pain managment and was once a patient, as a RN i see these meds being mixed daily. Not a problem. But i will say that lindsay is skinny and this can make the effect of the drugs harder on her, particularly. But again, NOT ILLEGAL, and she is playing by the books. Im sure she is high as a kite but there is nothing anyone can do, because if she gets discharged from her current physician, another phyisician will pick her up in a heartbeat. If she is happy she will not stop, until she realizes she wants to move on, clean up and possibly have kids, she will clean herself up. for good. but if she doesnt care for that , then forget it sister. And remember she could not be abusing it. Lets not jump to conclusions. Afterall, thereis a reason why doctors can prescribe these medicines to her and anyone they choose……..

  10. 10

    What you do comes back to you…

  11. tasha says – reply to this


    Didn't you hear what the judge said? She said she wanted a doctor to go over all Lindsay's prescription drugs to make sure she wasn't taking anything that could harm her if mixed together or with alcohol.

  12. 12

    as an RN for a prominent healthcare system, i can tell you that patients are NEVER sent home with prescriptions for dilaudid unless they are dying (literally). if a script for dilaudid was written for a patient for some odd reason, i can assure you that it would only be written for a day or two's supply…and how long ago were her wisdom teeth taken out? i've never heard of a person needing to be on pain meds from a wisdom tooth extraction for more than 5-7 days! additionally, ambien and dilaudid should not be given together outside of a hospital setting as they both cause respiratory depression… so was this a REAL dentist or a bum in the back alley?? just sayin…

  13. 13

    I find it interesting that these Dr.'s give celebrities such strong medications. When I had my wisdom teeth out I was give tylenol with codine and though I was in heaven. After I a baby and received 16 stitches in my nether regions as a thank you for bringing a child into this world, I was given…wait for it….asprin. WTF? Wisdom teeth removals don't hurt that damn much and this is coming from someone who had all four sliced, diced, and chiseled out of their mouth.

  14. 14

    They shot me up with Dilaudid while I was passing kidney stones in the hospital, but only after Morphine didn't work. That shit is hardcore. When I got my fucking 4 wisdom teeth cut out of my dome, I only got Percocet….lucky bitch.

  15. 15

    Dilaudid is a really heavy-duty opiate, I can't see how that is in any way appropriate for having wisdom teeth pulled. I think when mine were pulled several years ago, I got a prescription for enough Vicodin for a few days. I probably only needed the pills for the first two days after the procedure. If she's using Dilaudid for her wisdom teeth, she's very heavily into opiates.

  16. 16

    'something tells me these prescriptions shouldn't mix'. Those 3 prescriptions do 3 different things. Instead of acting like you are INTELLIGENT and a PHARMICIST, why don't you get off your fat ass and go down to a drug store and actually ASK ONE???? Those three meds are fine, if you actually HAVE A PROBLEM related to getting each one PRESCRIBED, as in Adderall- ADD, Ambien- sleep problems, and the last, severe pain. The question is-did she tell her dentist that she was on the other two and does she really have ADD, and she probably does have sleep problems, BUT what do you expect when you stay out most nights, or giving her the benefit of doubt, half the week until at least 4 a. m.? Ambien is supposed to be taken at a regular time, like 10 pm. and you are supposed to go to be on a regular schedule. It is not supposed to be used as a 'knock out ' pill to give you a few hours of sleep to 'catch up'. Let me guess, she 'tells' her Dr. she goes to bed the same time every night.

  17. 17

    While it's perfectly safe to take the three prescriptions together, I've NEVER heard of having anything more than Hydrocodone for oral surgery!!! This Dentist should be investigated by the FDA and then SHUT DOWN!!! NO oral surgery should warrant this type of Narcotic!! AND, the fact that he's prescribing to an ADDICT?! That's grounds for him to lose his license!! Dilaudid is stronger than Morphine, in that 2mg of Dilaudid equals 10mg of Morphine… I've only had Dilaudid a few times (resulting in 2 prescriptions of about 10-12 pills, NO refills) for Kidney Stones… Even when I had my spinal fusion, I was not on this medication (and my back was broken in 2 places)!! This is BS–and it just goes to show…money talks–even with Dentists!! SHUT him DOWN, ASAP!! (Before someone else dies from an overdose)

  18. 18

    Dilaudid for wisdom teeth?!?!? WTF!?!?? I had all of my wisdom teeth yanked out at the same time and I only needed Tylenol 3!! Whoever her dentist is, he is a jackass for giving her a sister drug to morphine for something as trivial as wisdom teeth, and Lindsey is the mother of all dumb fucks!

  19. 19

    Re: Dolly44 – I couldn't agree with you more!!

  20. 20

    Re: brinneydb – EXACTLY. Probably a bum in a back alley! Or maybe Lindsey was screwing him for the Dilaudid?

  21. 21

    Dilaudid is just the generic name for Valium… which come in various strengths, 2 mg is the least strong… which, she may have been given…. facts, people, facts… not speculation.

  22. 22

    Hey Perez, remember when you buddy Paris Hilton flipped out in prison because she was withdrawing from Adderall? You didn't cover that story, but others did.

  23. 23

    "We're a little worried about her, now." - are you f'n joking me … you concerned about her … what about all of the hateful spiteful stuff you spew out about so many celebrities … the only thing you care about is what are you going to write about for the next 3 months without this woman to pick on
    ..oh yeah … you will just continue to post pictures of teenagers for the mostly teeny-bopper mentality majority of readers on this site.

  24. 24


    Doctors will advise against Dilaudid use if patients have a history of:

    •Asthma and respiratory disorders
    •Bowel or diarrhea disorders
    •Brain tumor, head trauma or pressure
    •Constricted airways
    •Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    •Cor pulmonale heart disease
    •Irregular breathing during sleep
    •Other breathing disorders
    •Taking sodium oxybate (GHB)
    •Or during labor.
    Adverse Dilaudid side effect symptoms need to be conferred with a doctor in patients with a history of:

    •Addison's disease
    •Adrenal gland or thyroid disorders
    •Alcohol or drug addiction
    •Enlarged prostate
    •Epilepsy or seizures
    •Liver or kidney disease
    •Low blood pressure
    •Mental illness, suicidal thoughts
    •Pancreas disorder
    •Stomach, intestinal disorders
    •Under-active thyroid
    •Urination difficulties

    Consult your doctor before taking Dilaudid, if you are using:

    •pentazocine (Talwin)
    CNS Depressants

    •general anesthetics

  25. 25

    If you've ever seen the movie, "Drugstore Cowboy", that is the drug of choice in the film. It was given to me after major surgery, but then only for one day and I had to use a button on my IV to administer it.

    Cripes. I didn't think that they prescribed it for out-of-hospital use except in extreme cases, like cancer.

  26. 26

    Re: beastly – not true. Dilaudid is the brand name for Hydromorphone. (i.e. synthetic morphine).

  27. 27

    Dilaudid for wisdom teeth - WAY over the top. Sounds like she's milking the 'I have a low tolerance for pain' argument. The same one Michael Jackson used.

  28. 28

    Once she gets into prison or hopefully rehab she has to give a really good excuse for taking these pills!

  29. 29

    Re: beastly – Wrong! Diazepan is the generic name for valium. Facts people! Facts! Dilaudid is brand name and is for pain. Valium is a anti-anxiety…a tranquilizer. It doesn't do shit for pain.

    Lindsay is full of shit. Even if she had dry socket, there is no way that she would need dilaudid for wisdom teeth and for this long. She's hooked and at this point, why not just admit it. It's not like it's a big secret and she's going to rehab.

  30. 30

    Dear Lindsay,

    We despise you. YOU brought this upon yourself. Enjoy prison bitch.


    The citizens of Earth

  31. 31

    I think Michael Jackson is a perfect example of why the courts should trump doctor's orders. I had all 4 wisdom teeth surgically removed (not just pulled - they were impacted) and I needed vicodin for the pain for about 24 hours - that's it. Asking for a prescription beyond a 3-day supply for such a routine procedure that even kids endure is clearly an attempt at scoring the drugs for funsies and not for necessity.

    That said, I hope they keep her full of pills because the faster this chick is off Hollywood's radar (and hopefully the planet), the happier all of us will be. Yes, I actually hate Lindsay so much I wouldn't feel bad if she died. At all. She's a disrespectful asshole who thinks she's superior to the rest of us and I can't wait to see her whole world fall apart.

  32. 32

    I think the doc that gave her the script needs to be investigated. How many people did that doc prescribe Dilaudid to after a wisdom tooth extraction? I doubt ANY except the celebrity.
    Anyone that thinks it's ok to get prescribed Dilaudid for wisdom teeth, is off their rocker. I got Vicodin…and only 5 days worth, at that. QUIT SPOILING THE CELEBRITIES!!!!!!!!

  33. 33

    As much as I agree that LaLohan has issues and I doubt she's the same as me, I do want to speak up (though I doubt anyone will read this)

    I was given dilaudid when I had my wisdom teeth out. I also got the liquid version (and was on it for some time) when I had my tonsils out. And I get it when I have huge ovarian cysts rupture.

    Reason? I'm allergic (as in throat swelling shut) to all pain meds except dilaudid and tylenol, and sometimes a regular tylenol just doesn't cut it.

    Is LL allergic like me? I'm guessing not, but it's not like OMFG, she's the first person EVER to get dilaudid for wisdom teeth.

  34. 34

    Well with all the force and rehab going if linds doesnt want to get better then its hopeless what im hoping for is this will bring her down toe arth so shes not going around so entitlted. And lindsay honey ditch that yellow hair its not a good look!!!

  35. 35

    Dialudid (Hydromorphone) has a very low bioavailability PO (by mouth).
    In fact, when you take Vicodin (hydrocodone), it is metabolized into hydromorphone by the liver, which provides most of the analgesia. It does seem odd to give Dilaudid considering Vicodin would give equal relief by mouth (and you would need MORE mg. to mg. PO for Dilaudid).

    Dilaudid is most often abused intraveneously.

    Anyhow, I'm sick of seeing non-doctors cast judgement on others' prescribed meds as if they are privy to the charts. Stop it. And to the person who said Dilaudid is Diazepam, you are an idiot. Valium = Diazepam.

    I do hope she is not dependent on opiates or benzodiazepines upon entrance into the jail, as most jails are ignorant on dangers to addicts w/ abrupt cessation. Dependency on adderal (mixed amphetamine salts) will only cause lethargy and irritability.

    What is most important is that she is treated humanely, regardless. We'd be well served to remember the golden rule.

  36. 36

    Re: MeganMegan

    You are the scariest kind of person. You want judges to replace doctors. I hope you don't end up on the receiving end of that and end up in the hospital or dead because the DEA & judicial witchhunt against doctors jeapordizes your treatment one day!


  37. 37

    The next Michael Jackson in waiting??? There is NOOOO reason she needed Dilaudid for wisdom teeth!! Wonder if she has Dr. Conrad Murray on her payroll too?!

  38. 38

    Michael Lohan is an idiot! Perscriptions are identified on each urine test and the ammount is measured. If the ammount is within the level expected from the directions on the perscription then the drug is OK and is not a violation. Abusing a perscription by having too much in your system is detectable and will get you busted.
    Lindsays father and mother are peas in the same pod, they both pissed in the well and now don't want to drink.

  39. 39

    She needs a one to two year inpatient intensive rehab program not jail it won't help neither will 90 days in rehab.She is depressed and an addict which requires rehab and psychiatry or she will die .Hope she can get better.Yes her doc needs to get busted for giving her pills.

  40. 40

    The test DOES test for adderall which is an amphetamine, & it also tests for opiotes. painkillers & heroin would show up as the SAME thing on a drug test. So yes they can & do test for perscription pills. & shit I only got tylenol for my wisdom teeth! maybe hers were impacted & required surgery

  41. 41

    water flower: actually, that's not true. only with a blood test can ng/ml readings be given. The urine metabolites (and active drug) cannot be used to gauge quantities due to variations person to person and renal function.

    She's not giving blood to test, she's giving urine. The only true way to gauge pill abuse is to call in random pill counts. If you don't have as many as you should, that's a problem.

  42. 42

    I know someone that was on Dilaudid when he was dying from cancer….in his last hours that was the only painkiller strong enough to dull the pain. This girl is a serious addict….jail and rehab is the best for her!

  43. 43

    golden rule people. I can't believe we've been reduced to this amount of overt hate and outright DESIRE for bad things to happen to one another. It's sick, truly sick.

  44. 44

    no. let her o.d. and die, then , people will listen

  45. 45


  46. 46

    Re: Sperm-Dumpster – Dude, you are so WRONG. Im an RN, we prescribe Dilaudid to people DYING of CANCER, or people who have just had a limb AMPUTATED, not a wisdom tooth. I had my wisdom teeth out, I got Vicodin, which is barely more than a Tylenol. I have seen people who have been given Dilaudid, and they look like they are on heroin. GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT.

  47. 47

    Re: beastly – Not even close, Valium is Diazepam and is a benzodiazepine. Dilaudid is Hydromorphone, and is a pain killer.

  48. 48

    Re: Libby King – You probably have an extremely pathetic response to pain, then. You prob cried and complained until you got that prescription. And no one can be allergic to morphine and dilaudid (synthetic morphine) because they are processed the same way in your body! You prob are itching and think its an allergy when its simply a side effect.

  49. 49

    Christ. All I got was prescription Motrin when I had my wisdom teeth removed.

  50. 50

    Re: candyassRe: candyass
    I know it's weird, but yeah, you can be allergic to morphine but not dilaudid.

    As for my pain tolerance, I dunno how I would compare. I took just tylenol after I broke some bones and after having gall bladder surgery.

    . . . and I just realized you said you are an RN. Wow.

  51. 51

    Re: sonick808

    Are you kidding me? Have you never heard of Anna Nicole Smith, Heath Ledger, or Michael Jackson? There you have 3 celebrities that have all died in the past couple of years due exclusively to prescriptions written by their doctors. Stating that a judge should be able to override what the Dr Feelgood doctors are dishing out to anyone who asks was RIGHT ON. You, my little friend, are the truly scary one if you don't see this indiscriminate prescription writing in Hollywood as a problem.

    There's nothing scary about the truth.

  52. 52

    No propofol?

  53. 53

    Re: candyass
    Oh, and I'm kinda doubting that I'll get a sincere explanation here, but I'll have some faith and go ahead and ask:

    Why the need to insult my pain level and assumed that I cried and complained? What did you gain from that? What point did it prove? I simply stated my experience, along with the qualifier of "I doubt she's the same as me".

  54. 54

    hmm i thought the norm was to get vicodin…i guess not…whatever im sure she doesnt have a refill or anything…she could probably get the hook up to more though….god she bugs me…who would want to party with an annoying ass bitch with problems up the ying-yang, and im sure all she does is talk about her self

  55. 55

    god forbid someone blame the doctor… i mean, i went to prep school with wild kids and enabling parents. Do you blame the alcoholic kid for getting pissed, or the parents who bought them all the alcohol… Doctors in this country really do need to be held accountable for over-prescribing drugs and over-diagnosing anxiety and ADD.

  56. 56

    Re: candyass

    I got a persc for 6 valium + refill and 8 Oxycodone + refill when I got my wisdom teeth taken out… I was 17 and in Prep school… definitely a dangerous over-prescription, even my parents thought so… but honestly, I think it has a lot to do w/ class systems. Expensive oral surgeon + privileged society = drug dealing doctors.

  57. 57

    They Mix just fine. ;)

  58. 58

    I agree that Dilaudid is a little……no a lot much for some wisdom teeth, but come on Perez. People take Ambien and Adderall all the time. Get over it. It would be worse for her to stop taking those meds cold turkey.

  59. 59

    Re: MeganMegan

    MeganMegan, you are right 100%, the prescription abuse is rampant EVERYWHERE. However, the amount of legit prescriptions are MANY times those that are not legit. What you need is a proper investigation, BY DOCTORS, to determine what is overt abuse and what is not. A judge has NO way of knowing what is overprescribing, because they have no medical degree! The collateral damage is unfortunate, but the majority rules and in this case, the majority are LEGIT patients. Judges and cops have NO PLACE in medicine. There are better ways of catching and circumventing abuse than making judges into amateur doctors, and catching legit patients in their dragnet. Understand ?

  60. 60

    what pains me the most is to see people on here claiming to be RN's that are completely oblivious to methods of titration, cessation, and the point of demarcation between medicine and law. If you want a cop to be your doctor, you deserve what you get.

  61. 61

    @ Libby King and Candyass, I have never taken the time to post a message before, but wanted to back up what Libby King. I too have had the same experience she has had and have been prescribed Dilaudid. My body doesn't process Vicodin effectively so they put me on Dilaudid in the hospital. Now before you mention pain tolerance, let me assure you that I can handle pain just fine. I had 2 babies naturally, with no epidural and have now had 14 surgeries. I just had a Spinal Fusion 4 weeks ago and was off my IV clicker in less then 14 hours and walked the entire floor of the hospital within 3 hours of my surgery. Some people just cannot process some types of medication even in the same "Family" of narcotics. I am in full agreement that Lindsay is way over prescribed in her Scripts, as I take Dilaudid for serious pain that is closely monitored by my pain management Dr. Just don't assume someone "Has an extremely pathetic response to pain then" if they require something stronger. And you're a RN? Thank God you're not one of my Nurses. You're obviously not a very good one if you don't know the basic human body- that we're all different!

  62. 62

    Re: beastly – Dilaudid & Valium aren't in the same pharmacological family. One's an opiate, one's a benzo. Dilaudid is in the same family as other painkillers and Valium is in the anti-anxiety or anti-psychotic family. Totes diff.

  63. 63

    I had dilaudid after stomach surgery when morphine wasn't strong enough for the pain. I only got it in the hospital and they never sent me home with it, because it's a highly addictive narcotic. LL must have tipped her dentist for that script.

  64. 64

    Re: sonick808

    I get what you're saying, but doctors are not investigators, nor are they enforcers of what other doctors prescribe, so it can't be up to them to investigate said prescriptions either. That's where the court system comes in. The judges in cases like this need to call experts/pharmacologists to testify what is and what is not considered normal and/or safe usage. Then and only then, by way of court injunction, should the judge override doctor's orders.

    I by no means think courts have better knowledge of medicine than doctors do. But there is clearly a problem going on in the medical field (much more than just unnecessary RXs) and I think there needs to be some third-party oversight.

  65. 65

    Wow, Diluadid?! That is what they gave me when I had a bone infection and then an amputation. That's some SERIOUS pain medicine. Most pharmacies don't even carry it. This can't be true. There's no way a doctor would prescribe hydromorphone for wisdom teeth, right?

  66. 66

    Re: candyass – I was amputated below the knee and was prescribed dilaudid for a while. I was also given IV dilaudid in the hospital for a few months. I agree with you and challenge anyone who is claiming they had this prescribed for some stupid problem. MOST PHARMACIES WON'T EVEN CARRY THIS!

  67. 67

    Re: Lisa W – Lisa, I highly doubt your doctor jumped from Vicodin to Dilaudid. There's so many other levels of pain medicine in the middle of these two. MS Contin, Percocet, Oxycontin…..

    You should want her as your RN because guess what? Your doctor has screwed up your body and mind for life by prescribing you something that strong without trying the other pain medicines in the middle of those two.

  68. 68

    The Dilaudid was in exchange for head.

  69. 69

    These drs who give you endless supplies of high powered pain meds are doing you no good Lindsay, they are only hurting you in the long run. Not only the fear of ODing, its building your tolerance to pain meds. You do not want to be 25 and have a tolerance that it takes enough pain meds to be lethal to a normal person to make you comfortable. Even though I have needed them with lupus and a severe car accident, its a bitch that they cannot give me enough to completely take away the pain for fear that they will OD me as that dose is lethal to most people. Im 41 dealing with it and at 25, she has her whole life ahead for good and bad things to happen. Trust me, its not worth it. Once your tolerance is high, you cannot turn it back like a clock, youre pretty much fked…stop where you are…

  70. 70

    mmmmmm Dilaudid
    lucky lucky girl

  71. 71

    Re: Lisa W – Thats what I said, we are all different. Some people just can't handle pain, its not a negative comment against you as a person, for christsakes. Dont take it so personal cause some people have low tolerances for pain. Yes I am an RN, and a damn good one, so fuck off, you crybaby.

  72. 72

    Re: malkovich – Why, thank you very much! I knew there HAD to be someone else out there with a brain!

  73. 73

    Re: sonick808 – dude, no one is impressed by your big words. We all know them, too, we just aren't so pompous that we need to throw them around in the comments of a celebrity gossip website. douche.

  74. MP says – reply to this


    Dilaudid is completely unnecessary for wisdom tooth extraction. The cops need to investigate this doctor.

  75. 75

    there is absolutely no reason a dentist should have the authority to prescribe Dilaudid.

  76. 76

    Re: Lisa W
    Awe, thanks Lisa :)