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... You could also try adding some Percogesic with the ibuprofen (2 tabs 4 times a day is the usual dose) - read the label and see if you think its appropriate for you. Combining it with ibuprofen goves added pain releif, but because they asre totaly different drugs, is usualy safe. They also have a calming relaxing effect because of the antihistamine sedative agent in them. (5 replies)
... You are doing fine Marc. Yes your depression will go away, but you have to work on it and change yoru thought patterns. From talking to doctors and doing some research, there is some evidence that the brain can heal itself from opiate abuse, It just takes time for the receptors to start working on their own again. I know the depression can be awful, but it is only... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the responses again. I was thinking more of sipping the wine in the to ease anxiety not to necessarily sleep. I'll try the Benadryl. Just bought some. (13 replies)

... I had no idea there was a melatonin 5. I appreicate you sharing that!! I always take 3 and it doesn't always do the trick!! :) (13 replies)
... I went and got some melatonin 5 which is a extended release form and they did have melatonin 3 but the 5 will keep you sleeping longer,it is the best thing i have gotten to finally get sleep.I would say the l tyrosine works also to make you feel better.Its hard to quit but will be so much worth it,especially the cost and always wanting or thinking about running out and that... (13 replies)
... Thank you for the response. I'm planning on loosely following the Thomas Recipe. Is the L-tysorine a really important step? I was thinking about skipping that part. I'm going to get a mulit-vitamin and I only have Xanax. Also, would it be ok to take Milk Thistle as well? I started taking that about a month ago for fear of my liver. Or is there something better? There were a... (13 replies)
... t prescription.That would stop wthdrls and most people who tried this medication wouldn't goback,ABSOLUTELY,THE TRUTH.I've rec'd a prescp. for SUBOXONE 2MG.Its a withdrawal pill that works for PAIN in the brain. ... (40 replies)
... If you can afford it, and have a doc willing to help do NOT do this yourself....again...do NOT do it alone. I was miserable sick for well over 5 months....yes... ... (11 replies)
... i TOOK ZANAX FOR TEN YEARS AND STOPED COLD TURKEY IT TOOK ME ABOUT 5 DAYS OF HELL . NO SLEEP AND BAD THOUGHTS IF YOU CAN CALL A DR AND GET SOME HELP I DID IT BUT MAN IT WAS TUFF GUESS ITS HOW STRONG WILLED YOU AREhOPE YOUR OK, AND YOUR BRAIN NEVER FORGETS (11 replies)
... Well I made it to the third day and the withdrawals along with my back pain that I take the medication for became so bad that I went to the ER (after calling my MD) and now they have put me back on my meds until I can talk to my doctor about help. It's hard, I have back pain and need relief but can't stand being on all this pain medication all the time. I see my MD on the... (11 replies)
... out MEDICAL ATTENTION!!! I don't know anything about Fentanyl except that it is really strong stuff... I would not want to stop that cold turkey!!! Go get some help for your own safety!! ... (11 replies)
Please help
Jan 20, 2009
... Lisa, I was on 6 Norco per day. I did a slow taper over two months. I had some withdrawal symptoms, but they were not terrible. ... (5 replies)
... Honestly, the xanax probably would help you with the restlessness, but it's really addictive, too. ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone...I did post this question at the end of my other postings..but I wanted to post it on its own so maybe I could get an answer more quickly....I am tapering off of norco's...from 30-35 mgs a day...(taken all at one dose..)....I tapered 10 mgs 5 mgs at a time) in the last 4-5 days and am really only experiencing nausea and a little fatigue....my question is... (2 replies)
... choice like you was norco,vicodin and esgic which is also a sedative.My advice to you is dont look to far ahead and try to eat as healthy as possible to try and help your body start repairing itself from all the damage that was done. ... (38 replies)
Hey Philster
Jun 6, 2003
... s. Since coming off the patch I have had a difficult time with withdrawal symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... ree for about 4 months before I fell off my house roof and crushed my foot. I was in a cast for the next 6 months and what did they prescribe for the pain, 10mgs Norco with a bunch of refills. Well I was off and running and followed almost the same scenario as before with the use and consumption escalating. ... (1 replies)
My Story
Jun 1, 2007
... OK some know my story but many of you are new here. Its always nice to have some back ground of those of us here. This will help you understand where I came from and where I am now. I apologize in advance as this is a long winded story. Thats me I guess, long winded........................ ... (4 replies)
... ree for about 4 months before I fell off my house roof and crushed my foot. I was in a cast for the next 6 months and what did they prescribe for the pain, 10mgs Norco with a bunch of refills. Well I was off and running, followed almost the same scenario as before and how the use and consumption escalated. ... (4 replies)
Taper plans??
Jan 28, 2007
... cess, and building up a tolerance to opiates and Valium, my doctor and I decided it was worth a try to stop the meds because of the side effects. The meds don't help like they used to, and it seems pointless to keep taking them. ... (3 replies)


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