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... Well, my husband brings home the bacon, yet I would NEVER tell you it's all in your head! Despite my blessings of no job stress, I was a mell of a hess!! ... (128 replies)
... Thank you again for doing research for me. Though it would be natural to think so, I do not think the smoking coorelates with the palps and high BP. These problems are new, have been smoking 2 decades, chest X Rays are fine enough. Other examinations reveal no real problems. ... (128 replies)
... Tranxene is the other benzo I am trying to withdraw off of I took 7.5 three times per day. ... (17 replies)

... i decided to post on this board because even though i'm not on opitates or benzos, i am on a high dose of seroquel and must go almost cold turkey by next week. ... (15 replies)
What a Ride!
Mar 25, 2006
... posting it as it helped me through my first couple of detoxes, and I know some of you are new to this so I thought it might help you too! ... (1 replies)
... posting it as it helped me through my first couple of detoxes, and I know some of you are new to this so I thought it might help you too! ... (2 replies)
... I decided to copy this to my post so everyone wouldn't have to go searching for it and it would be here again to see. So for all of you that want help with this, here it is, the Thomas Recipe that I am so glad Lynn helped me find. Just reading this makes it seem like it really is doable! ... (4 replies)
... posting it as it helped me through my first couple of detoxes, and I know some of you are new to this so I thought it might help you too! ... (19 replies)
... posting it as it helped me through my first couple of detoxes, and I know some of you are new to this so I thought it might help you too! ... (10 replies)
... I'm new here. I've known about this forum for a few months but finally decided to join. About 2 years ago I was in my prime of partying with friends and owning a small business. I lived with my best friend and she was one of my employees. Everything seemed to have been going amazing. ... (1 replies)
... even though you couldn't have convinced me back then that my coming here was really a first step...or anything at all most likely...LOL! ... (6 replies)
... I am suffering Klonopin withdrawls 0.5 mg once daily as we speak and the thing is I can go get them filled but I have to much pride in myself to go pick them up I never knew until this that Benzo withdrawl could be this severe. ... (9 replies)
... Granted things may have changed in detox centers in the last 12 months or so but last year at this time when I was interviewing 3 or 4 here in Houston all of them disclosed the use of Librium or Valium as part of their detox protocols. ... (9 replies)
... After reading some very kind and sincere replies, perhaps its the amt. of drugs in my system, or the fact that drugs have been part of my life since the age of 13, but unlike you all... ... (26 replies)
... First of all, just calm down, take a deep breath, and relax for a minute. You are not alone. I cannot help much with the xanax problem, percocets were my drug of choice. ... (7 replies)
... I don't see pain meds/benzo's as evil.. If taken correctly they are of great use to people..Many times I feel DR's don't prescribe enough pain medication. I hate hearing about DR's not giving terminally ill people morphine cause they might get addicted!! Let them live their last days on earth pain free..& I don't feel Addiction is a disease.. Sorry.. I'm not playing the... (13 replies)
... I just want to cry my eyes out. I'm so upset about all of this. ... (9 replies)
... and there are others here who have more specific and experienced advice, let me just try to help where I can with your questions. ... (6 replies)
Not ready to quit
Jul 22, 2003
... respect you as a person and commend you for accomplishing everything you have up to this far. That alone is enough to stop. ... (32 replies)
... y withdrawal, from an opiate is something that simply can not in any way be hidden from those close to us. Perhaps the physical aspects of diarehha, cold sweats and such can be attributed to a flu, but the anxiety and depression that will come as the brain and body works to restore itself are simply too much to hide. ... (13 replies)


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