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... I have a major trip coming up in January and another one in March. Then I am moving to a new place in April. ... (5 replies)
... You're not going crazy, you're going sane. You're doing the healthiest, most rational thing right now by being honest and trying to stop this nasty habit. ... (2 replies)
... I took two every two hours just to keep the restless leg syndrom at a decent pace were it wouldnt drive me insane,and it actually worked. ... (11 replies)

... Your story realy hits home, I can completey relate. I never was into drugs and only drank occansionaly. When I was 24 I had to have knee surgery and then had it again six months later. ... (10 replies)
... My recommendation is to stay away from the percs. If you truly feel you must use another opiate to ease you through the withdrawal, I say you should choose something weaker than the vics. I personally went through a vicodin withdrawal last year. ... (3 replies)
... harder to quit. Cold turkey is the best way to go if you can handle it and have some support, maybe from a friend. ... (12 replies)
... I'm beginning to have an increased tolerance, as well as a craving because they give me lots of energy. I want to quit before I become hopelessly dependent. I began taking pain meds 4 years ago for legitimate pain. A herniated disk and severe sciatica. ... (2 replies)
... or 11 months daily use. I WANT TO STOP BEFORE THIS GOES ANY FURTHER! I am afraid, however to experience the WD's after such a long period of dependency. ... (3 replies)
... I feel for everone who sufferes a percocet addiction, im 23 years old I been where you are allot of you been felt what what you have felt I was taking 20 percocets a day im an addict but i did recover and still in recovery i did it the hard way i ended up in jail for 10 days because i spiraled out of control i was going to different doctors to obtain perceptions i didnt think... (58 replies)
... Well......going cold turkey from that amount will definitely be hard!! ... (9 replies)
... The route taken to get off the Percocet has to be a personal choice. ... (5 replies)
... I have no intention of quitting cold turkey. I am going to gradually taper down until I can completely stop taking the slow release Morphine. I am talking about a very slow taper. ... (5 replies)
... It all depends on what you feel is going to work best for you. If you have already tapered down to just 2 pills a day, you have come a very long way on your own. You should be very proud of yourself because many, MANY people just do not have the discipline it takes to do a self taper. ... (26 replies)
... As an addict, the slow taper is next to impossible. It was for me anyway. As someone that was dependent on the medication, the slow taper was easier but still hard to accomplish. ... (3 replies)
... e then. we have both been feeling like crap but usually if i get a scrip we would both get excited. this time it was like ok now what and i really have no desire to take them. I am sick of them. I just dont like feeling so sick. ... (3 replies)
Nov 22, 2005
... A year of taking any opiate regularly is going to result in some discomfort. ... (2 replies)
... just car jacked and he punched me...when i got pregnant i was on lamictal for the bipolar, lexapro for the depression and anxiety, and valium for the anxiety and to help me sleep cause of nightmares..i was also taking percocet... ... (20 replies)
... First I'd like to say how sorry I am for your family, and then I'd like to say how very fortunate your brother is to have you in his life... ... (7 replies)
... Well I read your story and it sounds kind of like me. I can't believe nobody has responded to your post but I will since I can relate. I started out taking vicodon 5mg here and there for headaches, back pain,etc. which then led to percocet 7. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for writing me back. I really appreciate all the support I'm getting from you all. It's great to have people who understand exactly what I'm going through. ... (15 replies)

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