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... dence. Although both of those words seem like a nightmare to me. I have avoided highly addictive pain medication for 8 years because I was terrified of addiction and dependence and did consider them one in the same or at least close to it. ... (14 replies)
Help...with Meds
Dec 28, 2004
... Or do I just sit back and suffer in silence? ... (5 replies)
... increase is a very large increase in opiates and respirtory suppression is nothing to fool around with, It's a side effect but a very dangerous one and antihistamines won't help that particlualr side effct. ... (7 replies)

... LOL I'll just print this up and show my doc LOL I got totally confused and thats a lot for me to write down so will print it and show my doc your ideas. but thanks anyways. I will do research on all that stuff as soon as I can hopefully later today. Thank yu very much. ... (17 replies)
... eceptor, in adddition to opiates like meth , are believed to increase your threshold to pain , the oposite of hyperalgesia, it's also beleieved to slow tolerance and work particuallry well on neuro pain. ... (17 replies)
Avinza
Jun 10, 2004
... but this is how it is. I also take zanaflex when needed, Bextra, neurontin 300 mg at bedtime. The dosage of the Anvizna is 60 mg., once daily. My dr advised to try this for this next month and we would go from there. ... (10 replies)
... Hey Kelliegh, My biggest complaint about meth is probably what it's done to my persoanlity and Libido.Meth can drop a mans testosterone level down to that of a 90 year ld woman. ... (7 replies)
... The reason the titration is slow and the increases only weakly is because you do get used to the groggyness. Up to a point at least. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. Ken ran out of Percoset a few days ago and it's been hell. We don't go to the doc until the 29th. ... (20 replies)
Oxycontn question
Jun 21, 2002
... I have nerve symptoms in my legs that are similar. Only in the shins and feet. Feels like the bones are broken but it is the muscles that are hurting. Very painful and keeps me being able to walk much. ... (6 replies)
... I went for a bone scan and they refused to get me in a comfortable postition and really hurt my neck and shoulders. I have some disc problems and the nerve is irritated. It has been good for so long. ... (4 replies)
... ted to not prescribe it. I think that just about any kind of opiate is going to reek havoc on your memory.....some just worse than others. I am now on methadone, and I am doing very well on it. Before that we tried kadian, but it just made me so sick, headaches sweats, it was horrible. ... (9 replies)
Methadone
Nov 7, 2001
... s. Here is a list of the drugs I quit cold turkey the end of July, Methadone, Celebrex, Prednisone, Zanaflex, Neurontin, Clonzapan, Celexa, Methatrexate, Allegra and Singular. ... (14 replies)
... Hey ED, The only med I see that I would be concerned about long term use is the prednisone. Steroids are very hard on your immune system and you can be more prone to cold and flu problems.Water retention can be hard on your kidneys too. I'm surprised your taking such a large dose for so long. ... (2 replies)
New Member
Aug 24, 2001
... acting opiates. They contain no additives like Tylenol, which can hurt your kidneys and liver over time. They provide longer and smoother control for about 6 to 12 hours. They say they last 12, but they don't. ... (4 replies)
Medications
Jul 2, 2001
... As far as the Neurontin I discuntinued it once I received the proper level of opioids. I also discontinued Zanaflex,Tylenol,Advil and Ambien. For almost a year I struggled to find suitable relief from Oxycontin. ... (3 replies)




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