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... s gave me so much energy and things seemed easier to deal with. ... (51 replies)
... IT WILL GET BETTER WITH EVERY PASSING DAY, that is all I can tell you. On my Day 10, I felt the same way. I was overly emotional, no energy....had to literally pick myself up off the couch just to go to the restroom. Everything was so much harder. ... (51 replies)
... Well I am now 19 days clean and feeling great!! The cramps are gone, I am sleeping better now. I have energy and feeling good. I spent the past few days really busy. I spent all day today running errands, applying for jobs etc etc and feel great. ... (18 replies)

... cramps a lot. I was EXACTLY where you were at a little over 2 weeks ago. It is hell, no one can deny it...but you CAN get thru it. ... (18 replies)
... I was prescribed Ultram by my doc a couple years ago for Migraines, after I told him no to Darvocet and Lortab due to their narcotic background. ... (1 replies)
... GonnaRecover It is a cliche, but never the less true - You didn't become an addict in two weeks, it will take a bit of time to adjust to life without drugs. I hate to break it to you, but you will always be an addict, unfortunately that is part of who we are and that is tough to deal with on a personal level - I'm embarrassed that I'm an addict - I haven't abused hydrocodone... (51 replies)
... have problems from it, its a "big deal". My hydrocodone adventure didnt start out a big deal either. A few here and again. But over time, I built up a tollerance to that stuff. ... (13 replies)
... I am extremely busy, working two jobs and going to school. My withdrawals are pretty bad, but I can somewhat control the pain and stomach issues with over the counter medication. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. I wish I could have found the "want" and energy to read a book during the first 10 days of my withdrawals...I just couldn't do it so I commend you highly on that. ... (51 replies)
... i'm a 32 year old stay at home mom to a 2 year old and a 9 month old. i've been addicted to hydrocodone for the past 2 years. it hasn't been an everyday thing, but it's been more on than off. ... (12 replies)
... I posted the following message on another person's thread, but thought I would put it here too,to fill-out MY story and give some more information about my situation. Here is the message in its entirity: Thanks, Lou (19 replies)
... That is a very good question. I can speak from experience, having been an active addict to hydrocodone and darvocet for more than 2 years following a botched spinal surgery. ... (14 replies)
... king the right choice. I have struggled with a similar decision for almost 1 year now. I used to look at these boards to get advice on tapering and how bad the withdrawals will be. At first, it frightened me, so I kept using. The problem with these opiates is the fast pace by which your body develops tolerance. ... (14 replies)
... I would be able to control my addiction. Little did I know, at least for me, hydrocodone would be the most difficult drug to get off of, that I have ever encountered. My addiction quickly shot to taking 20 or more Norco or Lortab 10's daily. ... (8 replies)
... honest, descriptive posts I read, and please know that your words are not lost simply because there are only a few or no replies. Every person who hits that "send" button has something to add to our group, and every addition makes us stronger. ... (16 replies)
... a specialist. The specialist kept me on hydros for about 1.5yrs while trying some injections. After 3 he said it was time for surgery..and at 20yrs old there was no way. I said no, so he took my pain meds away without weaning me off.. ... (7 replies)
Methadone addict
Jan 27, 2006
... being methadone. I started taking it to get off hydrocodone and oxycodone and thought I'd found a miracle. ... (8 replies)
... Ultram to hold back withdrawals if I was lucky enough to have access to them and if not, I SUFFERED. ... (10 replies)
Question
Mar 2, 2004
... thankyou rockingham,I agree,I just couldn't see her doing sub.for that amount from what I hear.well she is off to work today with taking her 1 before she left,she said so far it's good,no need for the 1 and1/2.thanks for the kind post not making it sound like she would be severly sick or needing sub.sick yes but not off the wall sick.thank you huppy (15 replies)
... this board. I am so terribly embarrassed to actually be to the point I am. I have so many questions and I hope someone can help me. I have had an addiction to Hydrocodone for about 12 years on and off. There are times that I can go months without taking anything but for the most part that does not happen anymore. ... (4 replies)




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