Dilaudid (hydromorphone) is a prescription opioid that has a number of different street names.
The street names for Dilaudid are mainly based on the different forms of Dilaudid — pill, liquid, or suppository.
Popular Street Names For Dilaudid
A person may purchase Dilaudid on the street if they are abusing it or another opioid.
Many drug dealers refer to drugs, including Dilaudid, by a slang term or nickname based on a common or observable trait of the substance.
Street names for Dilaudid (liquid form):
- needle candy
- hospital heroin
Street names for Dilaudid (pill form):
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Street names for Dilaudid (suppository form):
Other street names for Dilaudid:
Street Names For Combinations Of Dilaudid And Other Drugs
Although co-occurring substance abuse can be extremely dangerous, it is so common that some of these combinations have their own slang terms.
Dilaudid has been combined with stimulants, such as cocaine or meth, and called a speedball.
Locating Treatment Options For Dilaudid Addiction
Dilaudid abuse can quickly spiral into opioid addiction. Substance abuse treatment programs that specialize in opioid use disorders offer certified intervention strategies to help achieve sobriety.
If you or a loved is abusing Dilaudid and would like to explore addiction rehabilitation services, please call our helpline today.
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- U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) — Slang Terms and Code Words: A Reference for Law Enforcement Personnel
- U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) — Diversion Control Division - Hydormorphone
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) — Commonly Used Drug Charts