Thank you for accepting my answer, but you sound like you are not happy with it. Can you clarify what you want to know? "I am trying to find a doctor to prescribe oxycodone is a statement", not a question, so I had to guess to give you an answer.
The thing about narcotics and ultram, is that they work for awhile, and then they stop working unless you keep upping the dose. This is due to the tolerance that no one has been able to prevent from occurring.That is why they don't work good for long term pain.
Paxil is known to be addictive now. It is recommended that you taper slowly, and most doctors will supervise a taper if the patient is discussing their plans with them. They are not addictive in the same way as an opiate, because you do not build a tolerance and don't have to keep upping the dose, like you must with an opiate, but is addictive in that you cannot stop it "cold turkey". You must ween it down or rebound depression worse than the original depression is likely.
What is typicall misunderstood about depression, is that it is a physical disorder. So unless your body starts making more seretonin itself, then you do need help with it forever. There are ways to increase the possibility of your body making seretonin, which is only partially scientificaly studied, but said to work by some. That is eating foods or substances that have the precursors of seretonin, so that at least your body can make enough seretonin, which it won't be able to do if you do not have enough in your diet.
Opiates do decrease blood pressure, but only until you build up tolerance, then they don't anymore. Medications (and supplements) that decrease blood pressure don't stop working after a while due to tolerance (there are always those exceptions of course when certain indivduals seem to have tolerances to certain drugs like antidepressants and blood pressure medications, but this is not typical for everyone that takes them, like it is for opiates).