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... Thanks for your reply. Yes, I agree with you ... I think I should have tapered versus c/t. I do not have any norco left although it's a phone call away w/c I'm not sure I want to do. It comes 60 at a time and that is way too much for a taper. I'm feeling a bit better today. No more stomach cramps. Just very achy and extremely tired. I have two small kids so keeping up with... (4 replies)
... This is my first post here. I'm withdrawaling from norco .. ugh. ... (4 replies)
... Good luck in your decision and we're always here to help out. ... (4 replies)

... Hello triathlon - welcome to the group Read the Sample Home Detox near the top of the page. It has some good advice on things that can help. I sorry to hear that you are experiencing withdrawals. Yes, you probably should have tapered, which would lessen the severity of the withdrawals. If you remain on the cold turkey route, your withdrawals will probably worsen and... (4 replies)
... after I kick the norco on my own. Ni was also drinking a bottle of wine per night up til I had the seizure about a year ago..... Dr.s told me I was slowly killing my self. ... (4 replies)
... really helped me knowing that others are going through the exact same thing I am going through. Let me just say that I have been on and off of either Vicodin or Norco for a couple year. I could stop when I felt like it but I had mild withdrawals in those times, nothing like im going through this time around. ... (5 replies)
... ime 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)
... Mmmmmm . . . I don't know. Wine IS safer than Xanax, but not sure if could effectively ease withdrawal symptoms. ... (13 replies)
... You seem to feel strongly that you can't tell your husband, so I won't push it, but do be aware that a cold turkey withdrawal is not something you can fake your way through. He's more than likely going to know that you aren't well. ... (13 replies)
... What helped me with the restlessness was taking a Tylenol PM or Benedryl prior to bed. I also made sure to eat a lot of bananas or take a potassium supplement to help with the restless legs. The withdrawal symptom I have the toughest time with is the diarrhea. It is dibiliating for me. ... (3 replies)
... Seizures are a possibility from benzo withdrawal ( Valium, Xanax, Klonopin, etc..) I have never heard that seizures being a risk in opiate withdrawal, and I am pretty well versed on that topic! so do not dwell on that. However, I will not sugarcoat it. Withdrawals from opiates are very unpleasant but they are manageable. If you go to the sticky topics, there is a thread... (13 replies)
... It's good you have Xanax, be careful with them over the next few days. Hydrocodone WD's can make you want to take an extra one or two. The withdrawal won't kill you, it just makes you feel like you,re gonna croak if you haven't prepared a little. ... (13 replies)
... So ive been using norco for 5 months straight, been using up to 10 pills a day. It started with a injury and then i just kept taking them more and more becuase my tolerance got up. ... (3 replies)
... hey guys. Just wanted to let you know my status. it is now 7 days exactly that i last took a Norco and I feel much better. Right now the slight depression I think is still the main symptom I have. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry new to this board. I'm not sure if I need to start a new thread or not. I have been taking norco's for the past 2 years. Just recently, the ante has gone up. For the past two weeks I've been taking about 10-12 a day. I'm out. No chance of getting more for a long time. I also am concerned about my liver and will be going to the doctor soon. I am not tapering. I only... (13 replies)
... acute withdrawal stage... ... (2 replies)
... Music Man. Ya its gotten better each day with all the symptoms. Im taking my multi vitamins again AM and PM ones and I hope those help. Also some Ibuprofen to help the body aches and Ambien to help me sleep. Once Im done with ALL the withdrawals, i will kick the Ambien again. ... (5 replies)
... Not sad at all...I know exactly how you feel!! Those cravings get so strong. I get hydro's to help my Fibro along with ultram. But, as you would suspect, I did not take them as directed and went thru it all with 2 weeks before my next refill. ... (13 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)
... Does drinking wine help? Don't worry I don't like alcohol that much to become a drunk. But I would rather drink than take Xanax. Thoughts? (13 replies)

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