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... Hi Baseball- Sorry to jump in..saying hello..and wanted to talk to you bout the sub(been on it for a yr.-no relapses-It works..as you know.. NY- id check out the sub option-short term detox/mait.-3weeks-3 months-or long term maitenance-depending how long you feel you need to be on- It works well on hardcore dope addicts-so i know its gonna be a charm for norco/hydro etc.... (7 replies)
... Hi Cris, Your story sounds almost exactly like mine. I was on 75mcg Fentanyl, Lortab 10s, as well as up to 10 Ambien 10s a day. I lost me too. I was just a shell and could not quit even though I tried and tried. I was terrified of withdrawal. I had quit OxyContin and Fiorinal before and it was horrible. I did outpatient treatment. Even then I still craved. 6 miserable months... (9 replies)
Tramadol addiction
Sep 17, 2007
... I myself have no problems with the Tramadol, I do however have an addiction to Norco and now take Tramadol through my Pain Management Dr. ... (10 replies)

... her boyfriend was capeable of doing what he did, but he did it! Desperate people will do desperate things so if you have any doubts or fear of him whatsoever my advice would be to not waste another day in that relationship. There are so many wonderful people in the world and life is way to short to waste on bad relationships. ... (15 replies)
... work. I have NO withdrawal symptoms at all...no RLS, no anxiety, I slept the whole night, no nothing!! This by no way means that it will cure the mental part of addiction BUT it is a way to manage the withdrawals for a few days to make it a little less brutal. ... (9 replies)
... question for you.....do you really feel the effects of the norco while still taking suboxone or since you've just been off the sub since Friday? ... (13 replies)
... Hey first of all, you came to the right place. It's a good step. I know this must feel horrible and almost hopeless. I was in it seems like the same place you are in a little over two weeks ago. first off, do you have a doctor? How are you getting the norco's? Have you tried clonidine? What I had to do because inpatient was not an option was completely admit that I did... (10 replies)
... affeine and taking Sudafed. NOT the best choices, I know, but I'm weaning off as we speak cause I've heard Sudafed can be bad for your heart. Wish I had better advice for you! ... (21 replies)
... Shelley, I have no advice (still contemplating posting about my own addiction) but wante dto say I'm sorry for all you've been through. I'll keep you in my thoughts and keep an eye on this thread. Cancer is a tough pill to swallow. Elizabeth (21 replies)
... I am so sorry about what you are going through. Believe me I can relate; I would love nothing more then for my husband to be able to take a leave of absence to detox (he is tapering), but I really think time away from his job will take a lot of the pressure off of him. But, unfortunately, right now it's not a viable option for us financially -- the bills keep coming. ... (18 replies)
... he is moving out to move in with the guys in his band because he needs to 'dedicate' more time to the band. The real reason is that I finally came clean about my addiction with him on Sunday and asked him to take me to the hospital to check me in. ... (18 replies)
... I am a recovering alcoholic. I really spiraled downward around the beginning of last September. Worse, I was drinking while taking Norco for abdominal pain. ... (7 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. ... (11 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. It won't be fun (regardless of your method of detox), but it is definately within your reach. What you experienced when you ran out of pills is 100% natural. Basically, you're taking oxycodone (percocet and oxycontin) and... (2 replies)
... I have been in a steadily escalating opiate addiction problem for about 6 years now. ... (10 replies)
... would warrant sub. I am consuming doses of 5 doses of norco and soma daily. ... (6 replies)
... I started on Norco about 3 years ago for severe pain. ... (28 replies)
... Why doesn't your doctor give you a daily dose of methadone. It's a valid treatment for opiod addiction. (26 replies)
First post
Feb 3, 2005
... at that you want to stop the madness. That's some daily dose you are taking and I won't begin to imagine what it's like WD from it. I was doing a fraction of the norco for a year and it was still tough to detox off of it. ... (20 replies)
Trying to stop!
Aug 30, 2004
... As you all know trying to quit Hydro is a hard thing. I cant believe how fast this has crept up on me! I have battled with a mild addiction for about 3 years. ... (15 replies)




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