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... days. If you can stand the withdrawals symptoms, going cold turkey will be the fastest way to detox from the drug. ... (4 replies)
... ted to come down from the 50mcg patch to the 25mcg patch. This was a horrible, horrible couple a weeks to get used to the change. I have been through the hydro withdrawals quite a few times, but they were nothing compared to lowering my dose of the patch. I literally wanted to rip my arms off my joints hurt so bad. ... (16 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)

... Hi tx05 - welcome to the group. You most probably are experiencing withdrawals, which mimic flu-like symptoms - vomiting, diarrhea, shaking, achy muscles - especially thighs and back, yawning, goose bumps, plus others symptoms. They usually last 5-10 days and you should start to see them decrease soon. The next stage you will go into is the physical and mental cravings. ... (5 replies)
Norco Withdrawl
Aug 8, 2013
... Today is day 3 for me. I am prescribed 90 norco a month and found this month for the first time I finished them 9 days early. So, I guess that means I take about 6 day. I use to take 1 at a time. ... (1 replies)
... This is my first post. I have been taking Norco 10/25 for about 30 days for shoulder pain. My pain issue is managable with out the pills (I think) but have been taking them still possibly to relieve some huge pressure I am under with my business....I have been sober for 19 years from drugs and alcohol, (Maybe) but think I have been slipping....yesterday I noticed I had taken... (6 replies)
... Hello, I have been reading forums for a while now regarding others addicted (for whatever reason) to narcotic PRESCRIPTIONS. Just felt like sharing my story, hoping to bring relief to some. Roughly 5 years ago, (I'm in my early 30's). I started feeling much lower and mid back pain. A neighbor gave me the hydrocodone 10/325's to take. After trying the standard otc med's I... (51 replies)
... So I have been through my fair share of withdrawals from Percocet! The restlessness, aches, sleeplessness, vomiting etc!! It is pure pure hell. ... (9 replies)
... jam, i had bad withdrawals both times. ... (10 replies)
... As far as withdrawals truly varies from each individual...according to the amount you are taking, how long you have taken them, etc. ... (7 replies)
... er 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 with very good advice. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you 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)
... I wanted to chime in about suboxone. My Doc gave it to me and I started it 4 hours after my last norco dose, and I felt better. I did not feel sick. My Doc did ask me to wait till I felt withdrawals before taking it, and I did feel withdrawals at 4 hours. ... (84 replies)
... I don't know if it was the Ultracet, the grace of God, or what..but I experienced very MINIMAL withdrawal symptoms that time around.. ... (12 replies)
Aug 13, 2003
... Thanks for your feedback and concern. Unfourtantly, the pain I suffer, the withdrawals from running out of meds early because I am under medicated, and the lack of sleep that comes from both of these already control my life to an extent. ... (8 replies)
... thanks for the concern deb, and from a fellow texan is even better! My biggest concern is for those that are new to the sub. I dont want anyone to be mislead as to the real nature of the stuff, useful tool...but be careful with anything more than very short term. I find myself wishing I had a few oxys or lortab or pretty much anything right now and I havent had these cravings... (9 replies)
... what were the withdrawal symptoms after each reduction, length of time between each reduction, how long did the taper last etc etc. ... (27 replies)
... for a year or two. Reading your post couldn't be more timely for me. But this is about you, not me. I don't know about sub but I've cold turkeyed from a 30 a day norco habit, a 20 a day, a 15 a day, etc. ... (9 replies)
... days, I never felt any symptoms of withdrawal from it. ... (6 replies)
To Stillfrommy
May 29, 2004
... No one and I mean no one knew what I was doing. I too used the online pharmacy thing too. At one point I had been taking up to 20 Norco a day and I just wanted more and more. ... (5 replies)

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