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... for today's for friend, shopping, errands, driving and family visit. ... (32 replies)
... I am in Australia and as far as driving under the influence at least in Queensland they have just resently came up with a test for drugs on the side of the road. ... (40 replies)
... etc. It's absurd that you have to go to an alcohol class when alcohol wasn't even involved. That's like one getting a DUI for drunk driving and they send you to a narcotics class. ... (40 replies)

... I don't like driving on medications and rarely drive for all the reasons listed. ... (40 replies)
... To be honest, it's the 17 hours of driving with a herniated disc that worries me...depending on how long he's been taking the vicodin. ... (40 replies)
... He's crazy. He shouldn't even be driving 17 hours without meds, much less with them. ... (40 replies)
... you are not crazy. If your husband has not been taking Vicodin for an extended period of time, thus allowing his body to adjust and be used to this medication, then it's not safe for him to drive a vehicle. ... (40 replies)
... Dilaudid is often compared to heroin, it's WAY up there in the potency level and supposedly one of the most dependency prone, but opioids are prone to that, regardless, just some more so than others. ... (17 replies)
... with morphine but those conversions are single dose conversions and don't acount for the long half life, by the 5th day of taking 25 mgs of meth you have the same srum level as if you took 50mgs a day. ... (7 replies)
... My goal is to explain my situation and my plan of action, and to hopefully garner insight from others in similar situations. ... (3 replies)
... they work on pain in defferent ways, so the effect is adetive, and this aproach can be suprisingly effective. ... (12 replies)
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Jul 28, 2009
... I highly doubt that it has anything to do with my spine. I was diagnosed with mild carpal tunnel problems almost 15 years ago and have done many things to try and prevent the problem from getting worse. ... (15 replies)
... You Jean... Executor..10Sox...neckpatient...teegertoo2174..JBrown...ozzybug..Juliet31..brianpain..To all whom participated and for those whom share anew on this thread. I will be checking back to read of anymore inputs. ... (40 replies)
... the test will not pick up fentanyl or anything else you might take unless you regularly use cocaine and they are also trying to make it more sensitive for ecstacy. This is ALL that it tests for. ... (40 replies)
... C.P. daily. and needs to use Dr. scripts and or OTC meds. with caution ect. We're creative !! What are our options or ideas that can be implemented. ... (40 replies)
... This is my first, and last, encounter with the law. I never thought about what I would do. I am grateful that no one was hurt. ... (40 replies)
... I am very sorry for your situation and it sounds like you unfortunately encountered a police officer that wanted to make an example of you. I probably would have fought it tooth and nail... ... (40 replies)
... with glasses. It was a slow progression, so I didn't notice the good eye taking over. And the affected ankle is on the left. I drive with the right foot. ... (40 replies)
... Do you feel your driving is being impaired from you ankle weakness or vision? ... (40 replies)
... The public defender said that there was no point in going to court. If I went, I would get a minimum of 2 days in jail, fines, and 1 yr probation as well as license gone for 1 yr. They said no matter what the level in my blood was they would say that I was impaired. ... (40 replies)

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