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... Hi, im trying to come off morphine. ... (12 replies)
... Again, not a "narcotic" such as codeine or morphine but Ultram is a "synthetic narcotic" and for some on this board has caused just as many serious withdrawals as any "real narcotic. ... (17 replies)
... Hello, I have been on morphine for the past 2 years. The doctor prescribed it to me after I had my second child. ... (6 replies)

... It is good to see you are not abusing drugs anymore. but now you have to deal with another problem, the problem is coming off the methadone. ... (13 replies)
I need help
Nov 3, 2003
... I've been lurking around this site for a while now. I post sometimes, but mostly lurk. I need help though. I am sick of trying to fight this addiction by myself.I started taking lortabs around 2 years ago or something like that. ... (34 replies)
... sizes my belief that you only have physical dependence on them and not mental addiciton. Are you taking them as prescribed normally when you're not trying to get off of them? ... (6 replies)
... hours at a time. While in the hospital I was getting all my regular meds and in addition to that, I was getting Morphine through my IV every 6 hours for severe back pain. I begged my family doctor to let me out of the hospital, I couldn't take the back pain any longer. ... (11 replies)
... Don't beat yourself up so badly, alot of people few the same way as you do. So do I, I take two 60mg's and two perc's. I hate the pill counting. Everyday the same thing, as soon as I wake up. Make sure I take the pills. Feeling like crap when I run out. I am so sick of it. Believe me. I've tried the suboxon it sucks too. I think it worse than the other. Tapering is the only... (6 replies)
... inza. The pain management doctor I have been with for the last 6 years is helping me gradually drop the dosage. I know it is going to take a while but I will get off this medication. PLEASE don't try to do this yourself, work with your doctor instead. ... (6 replies)
... make it through this tortured process. I just know it. But sometimes it feels so hard, and that's when, for me, I need to come back here and read how other people are doing and have done. You've found a ring of support to help comfort and inspire you on this board. ... (6 replies)
... It's the only way I could get off the painkillers. ... (6 replies)
... then greaat, keep going. Just dont burn yourself out before you get to the final stage, because you're going to need all your strength for that. ... (5 replies)
... I feel off a two story building when I was 25 yrs old and Im now 44. I had surgury after it first happened and had relief from most pain for arounf 5 yrs. ... (19 replies)
... at I truly knew addiction until I discovered painkillers a few years ago. It was over two years ago now that I got heavily addicted to pills. I started by buying morphine and oxycontin off the street, and got addicted before I knew it. From the first time I took pills, I just felt it was the drug for me. ... (8 replies)
... They really help with the restless arm and legs. Are you taking any vitamins? ... (57 replies)
... to help with sleep at night and this helps enormously. Getting a decent sleep at night will make the whole process much easier. I was also prescribed Ativan for anxiety. ... (4 replies)
... Thankyou Reach. Yes, I do think coming off the Xanax will be a better start. I was thinking of tapering off both at the same time but that won't work. I am taking 3 x 1mg of xanax per day at the moment. Did taper down once before and did it within 2 months. ... (16 replies)
... You took the words right out of my mouth...I feel for you Shawley, and the ride you are on, and being a CP patient I can see where you are scared to get off the meds and have pain. ... (34 replies)
... d woman suffering from chronic pain in my neck and shoulders. I have had it for at least 9 years now and had failed neck surgery by a top neurosurgeon trying to help me get relief from my pain. ... (4 replies)
... The doctors should be able to help you with pain relief that works and does not result in you going through henous withdrawals. Even if they use the morphine out of pure necessity, they are responsible to help you adjust when you go off of it. ... (9 replies)

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