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... Savannahlee.....I congratulate you on the taking the first step to recovery and admitting that you are addicted. It took me 7 years to realize that I too was addicted to Hydrocodone. ... (26 replies)
... withdrawals from lowering off the patch. Man, the withdrawals from stepping down from the 50 to 25 patch are unreal. Way worse than trying to come off a 10 a day Norco habit. ... (7 replies)
... Motrin. And then after a year of fighting them, they did the MRI, found multiple chipped disks, pinched nerves, etc. So they put me on the Duragesic Patch with Norco for breakthru pain. I will probably have surgery in March. The meds helped and I finally felt like I could move freely and without pain. ... (12 replies)

... wrenching fear, I called this psychiatrist WHo admonisters the suboxone. And, contrary to what some in this recovery world may think or believe, this is my PATH to revovery and CHANCE at getting my life back. I had to be in mild wd's when I saw her. ... (8 replies)
One year later
Jan 11, 2006
... There is light at the end of the tunnel!! Thanks for sharing your success with us newbies! b.y (8 replies)
One year later
Jan 10, 2006
... Wanted to stop in and say hello. It will be one year on Jan. 15th that I put down the norco and went to my first meeting. Things are going very well for me right now. ... (8 replies)
... then 18 on Sunday....still NOTHING! I was disappointed because I couldn't get "the feeling" but also relieved to go right back on the sub and forget about the Norco since it didn't work anyway. I then started to obsessa about, well if I got more maybe I could get off the sub for 10 or 15 days, then it would work.... ... (10 replies)
... Hi friends, I'm new to this forum so please excuse my lack of knowledge...anyway, I'm a 43 year old working woman with a 9 year old daughter and a life partner. I've struggled with hydro addiction for 10 years now off & on. I went to inpatient 30 day treatment in 2005 to get off of norco 10/325's, I was taking about 20-25 per day. I also got off of 6 years of Ativan which... (10 replies)
... Hi everyone...I'm back at work today. It should be day 10 for me, but unfortunately I had my outpatient surgery on Monday and they gave my oxycodone (Norco) again and the pain was so bad I had to take it. I have not abused it and I don't plan on it. I am staying strong. I'm worried how it will affect my recovery. I had 7 full days without any pain meds and then on the... (7 replies)
Checking In
Jun 21, 2005
... Sometimes I would binge taking up to 50 norco a day, although this was few and far between. ... (11 replies)
Signing Off
May 26, 2005
... ut I deserved every bit of it. Its safe to say I will never be returning to that hell again. This board has been tremendously helpful, and seems to have a high recovery rate. The people here are very special, you folks don't know how important it was to check the board and have someone telling you good job! ... (5 replies)
... o I have been dependdant on these pain meds. for chronic knee pain. Of course I am still taking them. This is a very painful surgery and my Ortho Dr. said a long recovery time "For me". And I am also in pain with my other knee and due to have surgery on it after summer. ... (6 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)
... My initial appointment was also in the evening. I had consumed my last hurrah high intake of about 13 Norco tabs just 5 hours earlier than my appointment time. ... (28 replies)
... but I eat the Norco like they are candy. Much of this has been trying to block out the pain of losing my 20 year old son 5 years ago. ... (28 replies)
Norco recovering
Jun 9, 2003
... How many norco were u taking and how long were u on them, i to am taking norco for chronic pain and i am afraid i will get hooked on them. ... (3 replies)
... etc, and the everyday stressors of life. That allows you to focus soley on recovery and on yourself, which is something that I've found very difficult to do while in outpatient programs. ... (4 replies)
... etc, and the everyday stressors of life. That allows you to focus soley on recovery and on yourself, which is something that I've found very difficult to do while in outpatient programs. ... (1 replies)
... My biggest challenge in recovery by far has been complacency. I've seen quite a few people with quite a bit of "clean time" go back out and use over it. By far the greatest enemy. ... (24 replies)
... Since de-toxing off of narcotics in early June, and recently Xanax, I have attended a few AA, NA meetings and a PA meeting in my recovery. My sponsor is in AA and assures me that all addicts can relate to the basic concept that AA offers. I wonder if I would be best sticking to a recovery program based on what I am recovering from - pills, not alcohol. This is my recovery and... (3 replies)

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