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... wow...that must have been very scary. I hope the doctors can find the reason for the blackout. I guess you were very lucky to "only" hit a fence. I have a friend whose husband died the day after Christmas. He was driving on the interstate alone (he was going to the office for a couple hours). His car ran right into an overpass. He was killed instantly. He was the only car... (40 replies)
... I don't like driving on medications and rarely drive for all the reasons listed. ... (40 replies)
... I take vicodin daily and it has never made me tired, drowsy or interfered with my driving. ... (40 replies)

... lot! LOL After all, I'm on Dr's orders to do no exercise or heavy lifting. ... (10 replies)
... I've been browsing some of the topics on this boaed. ... (10 replies)
... Can you take Vicodin once in a while as pain flares up without withdrawal happening? ... (21 replies)
... ance, They will do a tox screen. They won't wait untill your renewel date to take action either. You will be charged with DWI or DUI , whatever your state calles driving under the influence. ... (8 replies)
... coloring Easter eggs lol. I guess in a way, i didnt want him to grow up on me. ... (112 replies)
... As some have asked, I will try to be more specific on the pain that I'm having. ... (36 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)
... 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. In the introdutory advertising they have anounced that it only picks up ileagel drugs not any under prescription. ... (40 replies)
... Reviewing what the label on Meds.. ... (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)
... Yes, I scored a 0.00 on the breathalyzer as I knew I would. I thought that I was in the clear as I was on prescribed meds at the prescribed dose, so I told them then. I had the bottle with me and everything. ... (40 replies)
... you don't mind sharing. Again, many of us can learn from something like what you've been through. I'm so sorry to hear that they are trying to force jail time on you. ... (40 replies)
... DB, it is definitely not illegal to drive when taking narcotics in Australia - it is illegal to drive if you are adversely affected by any prescription, OTC med or alcohol. It is illegal to drive under the influence of illegal drugs. It is a fact that many cp patients who are used to their medications drive. Many have no choice. I think you have to separate cp patients... (40 replies)
... I did want to say that I got into an accident a little over a year ago and I was on my way to work. My pain was unbearable and I was taking several medications including Ultram, Lyrica, etc. ... (40 replies)
... states, the definition of a drug is very broad, and typically includes any substance that can affect a person's mental or physical capacities to the extent that driving may be affected. ... (40 replies)
... A post from Executor puts it on the Line and the Law in the USA. ... (40 replies)
... How much driving is too much? ... (40 replies)




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