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Paxil Withdrawal
Jul 27, 2005
... ok I was originally put on zoloft 4 years ago for post worked great! ... (11 replies)
... Hi everyone... I'm a 20 year old female who is in need of some support. 4 years ago, I had to go to the emergency room because of some extreme pain that I was experiencing. ... (3 replies)
Ultram Withdrawal
Jun 29, 2013
... consensus is that Ultram can cause this problem almost exclusively in patients who have had an opiate dependency in the past. I found this out the hard way many years ago. Now it is on the Ultram medication information insert. ... (6 replies)

... g a lower dose than I really was, so that was a little big of a drop in milligrams at the beginning, but I somehow got through that taper easier than I am in the later stage of my taper, when I am very infrequently abusing the drug, and it is "medicine" for me if I am taking "as prescribed. ... (8 replies)
... which I understand from experts in this field to be the most life threatening withdrawal of them all and to be approached with great caution, benzodiazapenes in other words. ... (0 replies)
... Your situation sounds somewhat like mine when I entered rehab 3 weeks ago. I was addicted to opiates for 4 years, and the doctor started me off on 2 2mg pills as well, taken in the morning. ... (2 replies)
... you were put on the seroquel 7 years ago to get off of the dalmane, but you still have dalmane? ... (17 replies)
Jun 14, 2002
... but Advil is ok. Tapering is usually not necessary, but some will experience psychological withdrawal not physical withdrawal. ... (2 replies)
... now 4 years later i am again an addict, i take methadone everyday and take heroin at least twice a month....i am thinking of doing the rapid detox thing.... ... (1 replies)
... It is good to see that you did a bit of research first. For me, knowing what was happening to me and why helped me to change my thinking. Withdrawal symptoms turned instead to healijng symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... hi my name is adam and i have an issue with quitting suboxone. Years ago i was addicted to oxycontin and then hydrocodone. i had a serious back injury that started me in my cycle of addiction. ... (8 replies)
Beginning Subutex
Jun 14, 2006
... utex, and Buprenex. Suboxone has a added ingredient called Naloxone. This was added to prevent abuse, and the Naloxone in Suboxone will allegedly cause immediate withdrawal if the Suboxone is injected or possibly snorted. ... (20 replies)
Beginning Subutex
Jun 14, 2006
... What are some of the wd symptoms I can expect? ... (20 replies)
... Withdrawals from the pills, like Percocet and Oxycontin, are horrible. Terrible horrible. Suffering is an understatement. It goes on for 4 days usually, the worst of it, but the first 2 days starting with 24 hours after your last dose are undescribeable. ... (3 replies)
... y ones. Something may not show up for a while but will all of a sudden. They go on month after month after month and there are people that have them develop 10 years later! ... (26 replies)
... depressant, couple of years ago after reading that it can be used for anxiety. ... (32 replies)
... a day. There are several drugs to help withdrawal symptoms, but I've never tried them. One is called Clonidine, I think. ... (14 replies)
... yep, unbelievably I went into my second rehab on 8mg of Sub and walked out 4 months later still on 4mg per day... ... (11 replies)
... What you have described are signs of withdrawal and physical dependence. Percodan is a combination of oxycodone and asprin. ... (4 replies)
... A year later when I relapsed again, the Buprenex did not work as well on me. ... (15 replies)

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