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... I KNOW I am addicted when I am waking up in the middle of the night in withdrawls and find myself at 4am taking a hydro just to ease those symptoms. This breakthrough withdrawl is happening throughout the day too. ... (29 replies)
... eep a constant level in my blood, meaning I might take two Lortab 10's a day for a few days or I might take 10, depending on my supply that I have. I don't have withdrawls as bad a most talk about and I think this is why but it is something that "bugs" me. I am one that has to have it all "figured" out, lol. ... (13 replies)
Narcotic Addiction
Apr 21, 2004
... You really have to want it to be clean! Plain and simple. Talk to your friend and express your concern. Help her with some options! The withdrawls don't have to be horrible! There are options. I went thru a medical detox facility and my withdrawls were minimal. Another thing.. ... (2 replies)

... I would suggest.... Soma 350mg for relaxation (non narcotic) when ever you need to relax Ambien 10mg for sleep 1-2 a night Ibuprofen 800 mg for pain I suggest these because they are all non addictive...physically. Anyone can be addicted to a buzz, dont get me wrong. I experienced withdrawls, not as excrutiating as before when I detoxed with nothing. Think about it,... (25 replies)
... Hi, Listen, I hope to catch you while you are still up. 5 days is not long at all in the sense that I can completely understand why you feel weak and can't function as well. I'm on day 22 and I still get those feelings !!! IT WILL BE OKAY, I PROMISE YOU. Time is the ONLY thing that can take away even the worst feelings. I only want to say one thing and I will let... (51 replies)
... That's not all! There are additional problems that lead to withdrawal, and this is the kicker! Because the narcotic drugs have a higher affinity for the receptors, and bind to them more readily, your bodies natural endorphins and enkephalins no longer have any effect. ... (13 replies)
Sep 1, 2003
... I have gone through both oxy and hydro withdrawls more than times than I like to admit. ... (14 replies)
... Katlin, I had to chuckle at your response only because it shows why this is such a great board. One of the reasons is diversity. Here, where I live, you can buy pot legally. The doctors here prescribe it for pain... and do so quite easily. There is also Sesamet (sp). It is the THC in pot that is synthesized and sold for pain relief. I can see how someone not from an... (9 replies)
... Just need to say that it is incredibly dangerous to stop Fentanyl cold turkey. These drugs can shut your respiratory and nervous systems down when you do can very easily die from going cold turkey on this drug. And honestly it baffles me how someone can recommend using an illegal addictive drug like pot to help detox from an addiction to a narcotic. This is a... (9 replies)
... well cant beleive i got myself in this position I have read alot of post here and now alot of you have come clean off of oxys or any narcotic for that matter doc says go to a slow taper . ... (45 replies)
... I am right in the middle of withdrawls from tramadol, and it is the careful if you take this stuff.... ... (11 replies)
... would be still on those types of meds today if I did not try and solve the problem that got me there in the fist place. It has been almost 8 years since I was on narcotic meds and still see a pain managment Dr. for my spinal injections. ... (29 replies)
... I stayed totally clean for 20 years. I had to have several surgeries for several things for which I had to have narcotic pain killers in the last 3 years and have begun to struggle again with addiction. These forums have helped me so much. I just decided to start writing some. ... (51 replies)
... Good Morning, You are very welcome, that is why we are all here, to give each other the support it's hard to get from our loved ones' due to them not truly understanding what we are dealing with. What did your doctor prescribe you for that issue? Just curious. It's a non-narcotic right? Hopefully it is. Cravings? Well, I don't want to lie. Of course I have my days... (51 replies)
... I'm very happy for you. Overall, how do you feel though? I forgot how long you had been using the hydrocodone, can you remind me of how long and how much you were taking? That has a great deal to do with how long it takes someone to get over it and to go through the withdrawals. If you reviewed all of my posts, you will see that I've been on this drug for 5 years. Several... (51 replies)
... I also had a very large addiction from any narcotic I could get my hands on. For 4 yrs this went on. I decided to quit on Wed of this week, Wed morning at 6am I had my last dose. ... (51 replies)
... Even though I'm a newbie in the midst of narcotic wd, I thought I'd jump in here since I tapered off benzos. ... (11 replies)
... that was not his intention at all....he said he was simply bringing to my attention a report that my insurance company had sent him regarding the large number of narcotic prescriptions I have been given in the past year. He reassured me that he did not have the idea that I was doctor shopping. ... (17 replies)
Jan 8, 2005
... I have to pause to remark, Suboxone must be very powerful to allow a person to go from a very, VERY large dose of a strong narcotic to ONE pill daily. We were told at the Rapid Detox hospital that it has a very strong affinity for your nerve receptors. ... (1 replies)
... has anybody been addicted to it and suffered withdrawls when they stopped? ... (18 replies)

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