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... Mmmmmm . . . I don't know. Wine IS safer than Xanax, but not sure if could effectively ease withdrawal symptoms. ... (13 replies)
... ou drowsy if your not used to it. I take 3 to 5. I think its important to note that I did run this by my docs first, and they OK'd it. Even now, I still take benadryl for sleep. I start wi. 3, give them an hour to kick in. Then if I think i need more, I take 1 more,... and then maybe the fifth. ... (7 replies)
... he Immodium AD does help with cravings. I researched it a little after reading that and the active ingredient in it is Loperamide which is some kind of low dose opiate derivative. ... (88 replies)

... Well worded, Reachout. You hit it on the head. It is all but impossible to hide the symptoms. You're right about the Xanax, it can become a crutch, in Opiate WD's, benzos help with the jittery feelings and anxiety, but if not careful, taking too many is possible. All the more reason to have a "caretaker" if possible. ... (13 replies)
... I sympathize, I just started w/d too, but fortunately have 1 more script to fill. I tried stepping down too quickly and am going to try it my phychiatrist's way next (don't know what that is yet). The problem with Sub is the addictive nature of it. If I had known 3 years ago that I would still be on it now and facing horrible w/d, I never would have started it. I would... (58 replies)
... te a bit. If not, you may have to see your doctor. Perhaps clonidine could help as well. The symptoms are caused by autonomic excitability. You're not taking the opiate anymore, so your body has to adjust to having to calm itself down. It could take months, but there are plenty of non addictive options to help you through it. ... (3 replies)
... the opiate withdrawal. Another was for phenabarbital to ensure that I did not seize from stopping xanax suddenly and the other was for 'upset stomach'. ... (58 replies)
... There are two non-addictive drugs that help with the first few days of heroin (or any opiate) withdrawal: Klonidine/catapress, but I think you need a doctor's prescription and a plan on how much to use; Benadryl/any form of diphenhydramine before bed to help you sleep (can get that OTC) (6 replies)
... dy told me that Morphine and all this pain medication would affect my teeth. If you are on pain medication go to your dentist and have your teeth monitored. Most opiate based pain medication causes dry mouth and that side effect alone can wreak havoc on your teeth. Some people have lost teeth because of this. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, the withdrawal sucked, as any withdrawal does. ... (20 replies)
... g and yes, good people,responsible church going people and parents get hooked on this stuff, it is just the nature of these drugs. Tramadol is not considered an opiate per se but it has a similar molecular structure as codeine so its' potential for abuse can be quite high. ... (9 replies)
... does do it for you great, but if you need something stronger by all means talk about with your doctor. just don't abuse them. withdrawal to benzos is a nightmare! ... (22 replies)
... Within a minute of getting the shot I started convulsions, but the nurse was right there to give the katapress until I was back in a safe state. They gave us benadryl at bedtime, katapress as needed a few times a day, and all of the OTC painkillers we needed to help with the muscle aches and pains. ... (5 replies)


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