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... I have not taken ANY norco tabs in 2 days. ... (31 replies)
... called recovery and relapse that I definitely am addicted. ... (8 replies)
... My doctor told me that the 2 week could be exactly what i need. He said I am addicted to norco's , not sub, so taking the sub while getting the norcos out of my system is what i will be doing. i should be on the sub's for actually 10 days. Long enough to get the norcos out, and short enough time to not get hooked on the subs. That is the plan . I am in n/a, and doing... (32 replies)

... This is very worrying to me, because thus far, recovery has almost seemed too easy. ... (2 replies)
... ce myself to everyone. My name is Kim and, yes, you guessed it, an addict. I have been on the roller coaster for almost 10 years now. I am currently starting the recovery process...AGAIN...due to an addiction to pain meds. I just started Suboxone a few days ago, and boy, what a difference! ... (9 replies)
... I'm so happy for you Jolo. I'm just now taking the second dose with a mint and it is going much better. I believe that the taste was making me sick, if that is possible. Last night when I was taking my nighttime I started to gag again. The taste really got to me. I know that's how I felt Friday before I got real sick. I am also now taking suboxone, not subutex and it... (18 replies)
Mar 29, 2009
... So this discussion interests me particularly because I'm tapering off of my last 2 mg currently and am having a horrible go of it. HOWEVER, I consider myself blessed to be released from the hell I was in when I was taking up to 240 mg of methadone/day (before that I was using up to 18 norco (10/325 hydro/acetominophen a day). Granted, I had a serious illness and surgery but... (10 replies)
... It's good to hear from you again but I'm sorry you're in so much pain...physically and, what seems to be, emotionally. (because you're back on the hydro) I agree with emsmom...I think you have to take a long look at why you're taking the norco. Just be honest with yourself. Why not toss them all right now and take extra strength Tylenol or Motrin? Or ask the dr. for... (7 replies)
... chologist and will be doing it shortly with my urologist, but I've been chickening out as far as my primary care doc goes. I think it's because he prescribes me norco each month for my GI problem and I'm afraid that he'll discontinue things. ... (29 replies)
... important part of the recovery process. ... (14 replies)
... Hi. Almost every one of us on this board has had to survive the HELL of withdrawal. Alone with your demons you are, and always will be, but not alone in experiencing the agony of detox. That is why you will find an understanding and insightful group here. Keep posting and get it out. Knowledge is power, right? Research PAWS (Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome), and know that... (14 replies)
... You are quite an inspiration! I went down to 1 pill last night! Feel pretty good! Hopefully I can get off of the Norco soon! Just keep on praying....that is all I can do! Praying for the very best in your journey and recovery! ... (141 replies)
Jan 27, 2008
... I went to AA and saw an addiction psychiatrist regularly. I got the very same symptoms you have now about 4 months into recovery and was really struggling. What I learned is that I am and was clinically depressed. I started on antidepressants and did great for 10 years. ... (3 replies)
... without going to rehab which was not a possibility. Also no insurance to cover it. I am in counseling and see a psychiatrist on top of that. I am weening off norco right now, originally from the fentanyl patch. So the counseling part IS a huge part of recovery. ... (13 replies)
... use I'm still receiving SSDI for major depression but I'm on my way to getting off of disability pretty soon and I'm excited about that. I've come a long way in recovery from my prior addictions and problems, mainly the anorexia and depression. Unfortunately as you all know I'm struggling with this pain med thing. ... (7 replies)
... I have been in recovery for a little over 9 years. Completely drug and alcohol free for that time after kicking a nasty heroin addiction. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, Reachout, I am a new member to HealthBoards, and I am not quite sure how long ago this discussion began. I read many of the postings, and trust me when I say that, "I know, without a shadow of doubt, how and what you are feeling right now." I am a recovering opiate addict myself, and would like to share with you a treatment program that can get you completely off of... (23 replies)
... Hello REACHOUT....I have walked thru your withdrawal to the oxy's.I really think you have been a wonderful example of courage and strength. While doing all this, you have managed to help other people as you rode this wave......God Bless you. You have given good solid advice, and I my self admire what your doing.. I came to this board not really knowing what I was looking... (13 replies)
... I've been taking vicodin off and on for awhile now, basically whenever I can get a presription. Right now I have an RX for Norco x60. I'm already thinking ahead to when I run out of them and am wondering what do people do after giving up pills or drugs? ... (8 replies)
... I am on day 22 and I am feeling so good. I was out of work for two weeks. I went to a detox center the first week, and then when I got home I was still to sick to work. I needed the extra week because I was so unable to do anything. I found out I had pneumonia two days before going into recovery. Is there anyone to help you with your daughter? I am feeling for you, But... (31 replies)

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