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... Thank you so much everyone for your responses to my message. Shoreline, you are extremely helpful with all the info you provided! ... (21 replies)
... I am shocked that you can handle so much Neurontin. ... (9 replies)
... Evaluation of taking Meds. ... (40 replies)

... hoping that will make my eyes look brighter. I know that I'm just taking my meds as prescribed, yet I wonder what a police officer or the PTA might think if they really took a good look... ... (10 replies)
... that contain apap "Tylenol" the only ceiling is the one the tylenol creates. The max dose of apap anyone should take is 1000mgs per dose and 4000mgs per day. If you have chronic pain and take the max daily, your at higher risk of liver and kidney damage than the average bear. ... (13 replies)
... days. I couldn't drive or anything. My primary gave me Vicodin ES, Ibuprofen, and a steroid pack. ... (5 replies)
... I've been on Opena ER 40mg every 12hours now for last 7 mos. I educated myself well before agreeing to taking this newer approved drug. Its Oxymorphone which is one of the stronger analgesics. ... (15 replies)
... your chances of receiving adequate pain control go down. While it is a good idea to let the doctor know of your experience with different narcotic pain killers, you shouldn't slam the door on other possibilities, and insist on receiving Percodan. ... (3 replies)
... Any number of medications can make you sleepy and are marked to indicate you should not take while driving until you know how it affects you. It can be anything from an antihistimine to blood pressure or heart medications. I would avoid driving for two or three days until you are used to the medication. ... (40 replies)
... Hi Seaover...There are a lot of people that are affected just the way you are on Hydrocodone. ... (21 replies)
... I can tell you have "been there"... My pain relief after the first dose was OMG I'd forgotten what no pain felt like. ... (12 replies)
... Now that I realize there is probably vicodin that is much stronger than I'm taking maybe I should start with that? ... (10 replies)
... stand what you're saying and it makes sense but curiousforever is correct using the example of drinking. I've never seen anywhere on a bud light that says, "you can be arrested for DUI if you drink too much of this". ... (19 replies)
... Hey Dawn, Your definitely not lone, A far as buying meds on the internet, If you want to go through the hassle, It's not much cheaper than buying them from the street. ... (15 replies)
... Just wanted to say not all opioids have highs and lows such as Opana for instance, it comes in short and long acting too! It's a great med! Cathy (31 replies)
... Although if you could get by with only taking a small amount of meds, then maybe I could see that as a possibility. ... (31 replies)
... what, do they expect me to be getting high while I'm sleeping? ... (8 replies)
... er that I was involved in another accident, though one of a different color. It wasn't even a car, it was a damn golf cart. My cousin had been bugging me for a while to go golfing, and I was putting it off until I felt my shoulder could handle it. Finally I agreed and we went one Monday afternoon. ... (36 replies)
... I started a thread and the Mods moved it to the spinal cord area. I felt I needed to come here to where you all know me and try again start this thread to get support from the people who are familiar with my issues. ... (23 replies)
... and men...i believe. And the insmonia, I've tried everything natural .... make bedroom really cold at night, no tv watching in there and no caffiene after 12pm, you name it, but nothing worked. ... (10 replies)


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