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... I am a recovering addict who was addicted to pain meds about 2 years ago. ... (0 replies)
... addictive pain medicine? ... (7 replies)
... I'm not an addict, but I have been wondering about this in the sense that I MAY become one. However, I can honestly tell you that each evening I try my very best to not take my Norco in the hope that I am making healing progress. The pain issue far outweighs the addict issue, in my book. ... (10 replies)

Methadone taper
Jun 10, 2018
... Hi, I have been on Methadone for chronic pain for seventeen years. ... (0 replies)
Pain Medicine
Dec 2, 2009
... Withdrawing from pain meds can, indeed, raise the heart rate and cause anxiety. Many who go through withdrawal do so with a script for Klonodine, which is a blood pressure med. ... (21 replies)
Pain Medicine
Dec 4, 2009
... So how are you doing? Have you gone cold turkey yet? Doing it over the weekend is the best since you can usually be alone while you are going through the (nasty) withdrawals, but you should have someone check up on you if you live alone. Hope all is going good for you. (21 replies)
Pain Medicine
Dec 3, 2009
... Today is Thursday and I'm doing pretty good. My heart rate is lower then it has been all week. It's been around the mid 90's which is about 20 beats lower on average and it's already 10:47AM. Thank goodness... Last night I took the other half of the pill giving me a total of 10mg of Lortab for the day. I was going through some physical symptoms so it was best. I slept... (21 replies)
Pain Medicine
Dec 2, 2009
... It's 11AM and I have yet to take anything right now. My head is okay, on a scale of 1 to 10 and 10 being best I'm a 5... I don't want to push it but I'll see how I feel. ... (21 replies)
... If I were an addict, I would be VERY offended by the posts here. Liz said it best. If you need it, you shouldnt have to suffer. xoxoxox, IZZY'SMOM (10 replies)
... h Fentanyl that I've used for three years for nerve pain in my face. Two years before was methadone, Oxycodone, Morphine, Percocet, failed surgery, failed surgery. ... (4 replies)
... een 20 and 30 times from extremely high levels of opiates. I've been in detox and I've been on Suboxone twice. I'm drug free now. This is how I did it. Completly pain free. As if I never quit the drugs... ... (4 replies)
... at day. I decided while in town I would stop and get him some more. I couldn't find the package that they came in, so I looked in his console. There I found this medicine in a zip loc bag. ... (10 replies)
... I figured it is easier to deal with the extra pain when I'm in bed so I decided to drop the PM oxycotin as of Wed. ... (0 replies)
... I posted earlier to this as i was getting off my pain meds and taking suboxone. My advice then is much different than my advice now. If you are in pain you should find a NEW DOCTOR who will treat your pain. Do not feel guilt for taking medicine to take away your pain. take the stuff and live your life. ... (22 replies)
... I am just shaking my head now. I just cannot believe the he!! my life is right now. I live in chronic pain every single day. I have been told by six surgeons that this is they way my life is going to be. I am seeing a pain psychologist to help me deal with this. ... (13 replies)
... I wish you the best and succesful recovery...I know and understand because I too live with chronic pain. Before I became addicted to oxycodone I had tried everything... ... (9 replies)
... off, but presently I am unemployed. The stress and anxiety of the job search makes this not the best time. ... (17 replies)
... ed. My doctor once told me that you cannot be addicted if you are in true pain, but I disagree. At the end, I was taking it every couple of hours whether I had pain or not, and then one week, I ran out early. ... (12 replies)
DCV Checks in.....
Jan 15, 2004
... Anyway, you have done an amazing job. I think what Spark and Chef are trying to say is that I know from my experience, that there is no way that I can ever take pain medicine again and expect to have any type of control over it. Once you are addicted, you cannot control these pills. ... (27 replies)
... you really DO need to find out just exactly what he plans to do with DO have a right to know just how he plans on managing your pain without the use of narcotics. ... (14 replies)

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