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... my knee and have been suffering chronic pain for yrs. The leg aches, the "runs", lack of appietite etc. is all part of it and yes it's hell !. I am currently on Norco and Soma due to another knee surgery. This time I got a "Total Replacement" and it's very painful. ... (12 replies)
Hey all!
Feb 16, 2005
... Hey Everyone, Hope all are well and fighting hard! It's been a while since I posted, so I thought I update you all. I stopped Hydro December 22, and started Suboxone December 23. It has been 28 days without Suboxone. The hardest were the first 7, and it got easier from there. Life slowly returns to normal. Sleep is better, though I still think about Norco... (3 replies)
... on Norco in December alone! So I figure the money I save on that can fund my romp through Eastern Europe in the summer! ... (3 replies)

... And of course, the day that script ran out came all to soon. I decided to bite the bullet and order a bottle of Norco online. ... (9 replies)
... IF YOU EVER AGAIN FEEL THE NEED FOR OPIATES, TAKE SOME SUBUTEX INSTEAD, UNTIL YOU ARE PAST THOSE FEELINGS. DO NOT GO BACK TO ANY ILLEGAL DRUGS OR ANYTHING LIKE NORCO OR VICODIN. THESE DRUGS WILL DRAG YOU BACK INTO HELL. ... (11 replies)
... to begin with. Getting numbed on narcotics was my way of dealing with anxiety and insomnia. So I guess I'm going to have to deal. ... (5 replies)
Please help me...
Nov 10, 2011
... I am sorry you find yourself in this position, but very glad that you seem ready to really give up the drugs for good. That anxiety you were suffering before the semester started was probably the result of coming off the Vicodin and Norco. ... (2 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. The problem with these opiates is the fast pace by which your body develops tolerance. You will find the need to steadily... (14 replies)
... which was a huge relief. I felt free from my anxiety disorder for the first time in my life thanks to the painkillers, and I had a huge amount of energy to do schoolwork, work two jobs, and all of that. ... (14 replies)
... I had been on vicodin and norco steadily for a year or so, my dose going from 20mg a day to upwards of 80-100. In July i got accepted into a fairly prestigious post grad program (i am 25) and i decided to quit. It sucked, i was off for a month before school started but the anxiety was terrible (i chalked this up to anxiety about school) Then i had the genius decision to start... (2 replies)
... about 7 months due to back surgery. My dose for the past two months has been around .5 to 1 pill a day. Although on a few occasions I'v taken 3 or 4 a day due to anxiety and dep. I am now going to go to .5 then taper from that. So is taking .5 once a day the best route or should I split the .5 into two dosages? ... (2 replies)
... I've been grateful for having it and avoiding the pain and anxiety for the most part. It's allowed me to be at work and function relatively normally. One of the problems I'm having is sleep. ... (165 replies)
... I've been grateful for having it and avoiding the pain and anxiety for the most part. It's allowed me to be at work and function relatively normally. One of the problems I'm having is sleep. ... (165 replies)
... at this point I am not having any psychological cravings, but the anxiety and fear of withdrawal is HUGE!!! ... (6 replies)
9 days no oxy!
Apr 14, 2007
... uper dry mouth, but it worked well, I just wanted to be done with the side effects. I also had a brief stint with Lexipro, and as someone mentioned created more anxiety for me so I went back to the Celexa. ... (8 replies)
... more. Hardley ever. And haven't in a long, long time. IF I ever happen to feel a slight euphoria, it literally only lasts 30 seconds to a minute. But now the anxiety is creeping up and I HATE valium and I just want a Norco to take the anxiety away. ... (13 replies)
... Christianmom, It was NOTHING like C/T. I did try once, and made it less than 24 hours before I went to the doc, faking back pain--actually I wasn't faking--I was in pain--all over, but from W/D's--He's a quack, and basically gave me what I asked for. Needless to say, I just found a new PCP, and explained my 'allergy' to narcotics. Any way here's what I did, and it... (5 replies)
... strength pain meds and coke is easily available. YOu get oxy from a friend, percocet from a friend, norco over the net. ... (9 replies)
... ly saw a particular woman here about 2 yrs. ago.....first to discuss past addiction issues, counceling for depression, she prescribed meds for the depression and anxiety issues, and then later when I started abusing the pain pills..I was completely open and honest with her..she helped me through that then as well..... ... (7 replies)
... e no walk in the park by any means, but benzos have such horrible rebound effects. For SOME, if you were given them for panic disorder or anxiety, the panic and anxiety is 100 fold when or IF you decide they may be causing other problems such as depression. So, a very slow taper is highly recommended. ... (8 replies)




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