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... simply from the physical torture of throwing up so much. Anyway, since I didn't tell them about my drug problem, they gave me a shot of morphine for the pain. ... (3 replies)
... pills or 2. displacing my anger! But Reach and Wendy and now you have really given me more strength than I ever thought I had. I'm still dealing with some yucky physical withdrawal symptoms, but I am moving forward. ... (29 replies)
... Sorry, but you are addicted. I was taking about the same amount, if not less, and discovered I was quite addicted when I ran out and could not get anymore. The physical withdrawal was not severe, basically felt like I had a virus for a few weeks. The hard part is the mental addiction. ... (5 replies)

... My biggest problem came when I started using for mental pain as well as physical pain. ... (29 replies)
... ay a short term task. it takes time and during that time we are unbalanced emotionally. We need to learn techiques like breathing slowly and getting in as much physical activity as possible to help the anxiety and depression abate and help the brain to restore. ... (13 replies)
... tch. I literally wanted to rip my arms off my joints hurt so bad. I was so ill I physically couldn't move for a week. Anyhow, at this point, I am only taking 3 Norco a day, and I am trying not to wear the patch unless I have real pain. ... (16 replies)
... but also please remember that I have gone through the agony of a 22 day cold turkey withdrawal and I really understand what you are all going through. Mind over matter, no matter how bad the physical symtoms suck..... keep positive. ... (51 replies)
... I am in the same boat as you. Reading your message was just like reading my life. I have tried to get off of norco before and I went 18 days. The physical withdraw is awful and you think that since you feel so bad on that day that the next day has got to be better and it isn't. ... (2 replies)
... garcoat it. Withdrawals from opiates are very unpleasant but they are manageable. If you go to the sticky topics, there is a thread with very good advice. The physical symptoms with subside in about 4 days, but you really must tend to the psychological symptoms or you will be right back to where you are. ... (13 replies)
... Well yes it is possible to be addicted to 40mg of norco a day. There is a difference between being addicted and chemically dependent to these medications. ... (5 replies)
... needed narcotics and change the addictive thinking and behaviour. Having two doctors write the same prescription for the norco is deceptive and is a clear cut dispaly of addictive behaviour. ... (14 replies)
... I need to offer a little background I think before I get to my question. I am 31 yr old female and I am facing the terror of WD from many years of norco abuse. I have been taking roughly 25 a day for many years. ... (3 replies)
... day. Started yesterday and want to be free from these pills after approx 5 years. Worked thru the pain with physical therapy and the gym. Now to get off these pills my dr so generously gives me. Congrats on your tapering down to almost beating it. ... (5 replies)
... Karal, the acute phase for physical symptoms between 36-72 hours, After that, it slowly dissipates. The mental issue is going to last awhile. I have been on and off this train quite a few times, but after a month I always have seemed to feel much better. Mental clarity comes and pleasure returns. You just have to be strong and reallly want to maintain sobriety. You need... (2 replies)
... Go cold turkey. Im not sure if I will get physical withdrawal symptoms? ... (5 replies)
... because once withdrawal starts you won't want to do any of that. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I went to see the surgeon today, and he has decided he doesn't want to do surgery. He wants me to do 3 months of extreme Physical Therapy as one last resort before surgery. ... (12 replies)
... mgs a day of Norco, but had gone through the WD's many many times and was ready for it when I knew it was coming for the last time. I was off the norco 2 days before going in, and was given a clondine patch to wear for a week. ... (1 replies)
... C6 disk which was injured last June. The physical therapy, dynamic traction control, and steroid injections have been so helpful that my pain management doctor took me off Ultram today. ... (3 replies)
... Serenity, more than anything I wish you serenity. Your pain sounds so debilitating. I don't really have a concrete answer for your, but I do want to welcome you to the board, and offer you emotional support. I can't really answer your question about whether or not you've developed tolerance, or addiction, but my first thought is that your situation appears to be one of... (8 replies)

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