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Disclaimer: This test is intended for educational purposes only. It should be noted that an online test cannot properly diagnose someone’s addiction or mental condition. If you score higher on the test, you may want to seek proper clinical advice. 


Opioid Addiction Test

Fill out the test below to get an estimate of the likelihood that you or someone you care about is suffering from opioid addiction.

Do you base your daily schedule on your opioid habit?

Do you have friends that are opioid or drug users?

Have any of your family members or friends asked you to stop using opioids?

Do you notice you need higher amounts of opioids to get the same effect?

When you try to cut back on your opioid use, are you unsuccessful?

Do you have cravings to use opioids?

At a party, do you find you end up using more opioids than you planned and stay longer so you can use more opioids?

Have you done anything illegal to obtain opioids or while using opioids?

Have you ever been arrested for drug possession?

Do you spend a big part of your budget on opiods and/or other drugs?

Do you borrow money from family and friends to purchase opioids?

In the past few months, have you noticed a decline in your physical or mental health?

Do you notice physical withdrawal symptoms when you don't use the drug for a period of time?

Are you forgetting appointments, names, phone numbers, and why you walk into a room in your house?

Have you been on opioid pain medications in the past year or two?

Have you been told by your doctor you have kidney or heart problems?

Do you have long periods of time where you don't eat meals?

Do you often wear long-sleeved shirts during the summer months?

Has your personal hygiene gone downhill in the last few months?

Do you often experience nausea, vomiting or itching?

Are your sleep cycles out of sync - you're up at night but sleep during the day?

Have you recently lost your job or an important relationship because of using opioids?

Have you noticed that a lot of the things you liked doing in the past are no longer important to you?