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... day..... Also addicted to Ativan but the last time I tried quitting Ativan I had a grand mal seizure, bashed in my skull pretty good when my head hit the counter before hitting the floor... ... (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)
... am going through is normal and isn't going to kill me! The near death experience of withdrawal has scared me enough that I can't imagine ever being "stupid" enough to start using again, and honestly, I haven't had any strong cravings for the drug. ... (3 replies)

... Hi everyone...I am currently taking norco for 2 years. I began w 5 mg and now am up to 30 how ever my script says 2 10 mg a day but I no longer get any pain relief or happy feeling off of 2. ... (8 replies)
... The brain must relearn to produce the chemicals that keep us happy and normal on its own again. It is in no way a short term task. it takes time and during that time we are unbalanced emotionally. ... (13 replies)
... 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. ... (4 replies)
... This is my first post here. I'm withdrawaling from norco .. ugh. ... (4 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)
... I was addicted to Norco myself. I was takeing alot more then you, and my withdrawals were over within a month as I remember. ... (4 replies)
... acute withdrawal stage... ... (2 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)
... lly until I actually have time to hang out with friends bc I'm such a shy person they really help me I know I have to get over that an I'm glad that I don't have time to hang out with friends that much... I'll get back on track though tomorrow... When r you planning to quit and are you going to wean off? ... (8 replies)
... i am right there with you!!!!!!!!! I cant stand the sadness, irritations, and the thrashing at nite. it does go away, this is my second time quiting. I had quit 14 yrs ago, you think I would have learned, I am so angry with myself for letteing myself play with fire. ... (1 replies)
... d reallly want to maintain sobriety. You need to nourish your body and drink lots of fluids. If you can go for small walks and work your way up, it will help. Time is the biggest factor here and I know how you feel, and with me, I have always gotten better, but it takes time. ... (2 replies)
... So happy to hear that... I am he same way, if I have them I will take them. Good luck tomorrow!!! You came a long way in such a short time... Were you taking anything else to help with anxiety or stomach? (8 replies)
... 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 temporary. ... (5 replies)
... hi All, I Had Breast Cancer In 2003 And After Breast Removal Surgery Was Given Norco For Pain. ... (21 replies)
... ironic because I wasn't me WITH the pills to begin with. I wasn't social, I didn't feel happy, I spent all my time counting pills and worrying about going in to withdrawal because I was afraid I would loss my prescription and have to turn to other sources just to keep from feeling sick. ... (10 replies)
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Aug 14, 2014
... This is my first post here. I've been on Norco for 7 months for a nasty staph infection that went into my spine and caused an abscess. ... (0 replies)
... is that we need more and more to reach the same result. It is how I started out myself. By the time I finally began tapering off, I was on Oxycodoen, although along the way I had been on morphine, Fentynal patches, you name it. ... (29 replies)


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