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... Can you take Vicodin once in a while as pain flares up without withdrawal happening? ... (21 replies)
... I take vicodin daily and it has never made me tired, drowsy or interfered with my driving. ... (40 replies)
... I've been browsing some of the topics on this boaed. ... (10 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)
... I don't like driving on medications and rarely drive for all the reasons listed. ... (40 replies)
... lot! LOL After all, I'm on Dr's orders to do no exercise or heavy lifting. ... (10 replies)
... 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)
... view. Unfortunately any drug can affect your driving performance.... ... (40 replies)
... Hi Sea Lover, Although Vicodin may not be considered one of the stronger meds in the pain management community, If you haven't taken it before, it is a strong med. ... (21 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)
... Now I know why my headaches are strange. He calls them "tension headaches with some migraine influence". They are usually on one side of my forehead. I do get nauseous occasionally. No light sensitivity. ... (3 replies)
... As some have asked, I will try to be more specific on the pain that I'm having. ... (36 replies)
... r pulled over for any reason and a police officer sees that your pupils are smaller than normal or suspects in any way that you are impared he can arerst you for driving under the influence, It's not just meth, It's any prescription drug that causes CNS supression. ... (3 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)
... Many of us may think that the meds don't affect us, but in reality, they do....More than we care to admit, or realize. Driving long distances is already tough enough....The effects of meds can be the differentiator... ... (40 replies)
... ybe I'm not the poster child for sober driving, but I've never had a problem, caused an accident, received any type of traffic violation, or anything relating to driving while on pain medication. ... (40 replies)
... ville on how much of what...who takes.... That was defeating the responsiblity of Meds. and Driving... ... (40 replies)
... This should go away in time, as your body gets used to the increase. You may want to cut back on the driving for a bit, just until you are more used to your new doses. ... (12 replies)
... well i for one love the pain relief i get with the vicodin. it is simply hydrocodone and tylenol. when i first started on pain meds i was given ultram and unfortunetly was allergic to it. it helped with the pain but being allergic.....after 2 days the doc pulled me off. ... (8 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)

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