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... s not will power alone that helps us through this. Your body and brain are traumatized currnetly from the abrupt stopping of the opiate and I am sure it is hard to think staright right now. ... (74 replies)
... Nice to mech'ya. We're in the same boat. This will be a bit long as it is everything I have learned about tapering. ... (4 replies)
... jerry, i just want to clear up one thing as far as the sub goes. yes, it is very expensive, but you just might be able to find a doc that takes your insurance, they are few and far between, but they are out there. ... (33 replies)

... Hi Shady, and welcome.You said you are wondering why you cannot get off the vikes,and you are depressed. ... (14 replies)
... obviously, the AA method worked for you. The problem I have with that program is they think its the only way that works. There's no room for some other method of getting sober. I suspect you're right that willpower alone is not the best way to get sober. ... (41 replies)
... lets not let anything get in the way? ... (59 replies)
... you have come to the right place where you can get the help and support that you need. ... (11 replies)
... the chemicals abiliy to store inside your body, and thus... ... (0 replies)
... Hey there. I am on day 6 getting off Suboxone. I was on it for almost 4 years, if you can believe. ... (12 replies)
... mind knew how to sleep doesn't remember how to work... ... (41 replies)
... thanks emsmom for your response. I start tapering on Wednesday off of 75mcg of fentanyl. Taking off work is not an option, but the oldest is in first grade so will gone for most of the day and the youngest is in preschool and will be gone for two hours. ... (15 replies)
... I was on Cymbalta for about 6 months last year. This drug was prescribed to me for nerve pain as an alternative to narcotics. I had just gone through a very hard withdrawal from darvocet and hydrocodone, so my doctor put me on something that "was not addicting"!!!!!!! ... (4 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)
... 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)
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Feb 3, 2005
... Personally I didn't need it but again IMO I'm not too crazy about going on one drug to another. I wanted to get clean. ... (20 replies)
Getting off lortab
Mar 10, 2011
... science will create something some day that isn't, but I don't think it's possible. When pain sensors shut off, pleasure in the brain is derived, which equates to addiction, case closed. ... (18 replies)
... Nice to meet you. ... (3 replies)
... My friend, you are so not alone in the issue. To try and answer some of your questions first... ... (7 replies)
... d was so horrendous I would either take it again or find other opiates and it increased my tolerance for opiates so I started taking more. I might still be on the merry go round except I got pregnant unexpectedly and HAD to get off them. ... (15 replies)
... ess. Even those who do this under a pain management doctor's guidance will suffer a degree of withdrawal because it is the nature of opiate pain relief for this to happen. ... (2 replies)


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