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... I have posted on this board a few times before, but it has been a couple months now. Basically, I posted a while back explaining a little about my history with drug addiction, and my current problems with hydrocodone. ... (8 replies)
... ver would have thought that I'd be addicted to Vicodin. I remember the first couple times I was prescribed this drug and how sick it would make me and here I am 10 years later with an addiction to this drug. ... (5 replies)
... the standard otc med's I thought would help nothing worked but the hydro's. I continued to take them as they were just being given to me. Initially yes, it was for pain relief, then.... ... (51 replies)

... but I really think time away from his job will take a lot of the pressure off of him. ... (18 replies)
... I moved to So Cal from the Washington, DC area about 2 years ago. Man, was that cross country trip fun. ... (18 replies)
... I thought I would give everyone a quick recap of my history first before I delve into my 'venting session' because I haven't posted much, but if you want to skip this, go ahead one paragraph! ... (16 replies)
... OK you asked for my story so here it is. I'm an old timer here and I've posted this a few times so this is old news to some here, sorry for the repeat. ... (4 replies)
... Venus21, you are close to making 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. ... (14 replies)
... I don't knw where to begin or how much to share. I am afraid this is going to get long, please bear with me. ... (8 replies)
... daily. This adds to about 60mg of moderate painkillers on a daily basis, which is neither an extremely low nor an extemely high dose. ... (2 replies)
... If you have chronic pain, its not as easy as being taken off of a med, especially one taken for a long period. If the pain has gone away, you can worry then about getting off the painkiller. You can not go cold turkey. ... (7 replies)
My Story
Jun 1, 2007
... s always nice to have some back ground of those of us here. This will help you understand where I came from and where I am now. I apologize in advance as this is a long winded story. Thats me I guess, long winded.................................. ... (4 replies)
... It all started back about mid 1999 for me. ... (8 replies)
... It all started back about mid 1999 for me. ... (48 replies)
... It all started back about mid 1999 for me. ... (1 replies)
... If so, was it more or less, and how did you do with it. Does it seem to be 2x stronger like they claim? ... (10 replies)
Checking In
Jun 21, 2005
... Norco a day. I started my addiction approximately 10 years ago, when I was introduced to narcotics for a bad back that was the result of an old football injury when I played D1 college. I'm 40 years old, single, teacher and coach. ... (11 replies)
... Hello everyone. I am a 25 year old female who has found herself under the opiate spell. ... (9 replies)
... Wow, what a wonderful surprise to read everyone's posts and concerns. Slippery slope, thank you. ... (43 replies)
... nse to someone's thread but I thought I'd also post it as it's own thread. I know that there are people here who are considering going to an inpatient facility, or wondering if they're "sick" enough to need that level of treatment, or wondering why residential is different than other programs, etc. ... (4 replies)

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