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... I'm wondering if anyone knows what the best drugs are to help with norco withdrawals. I've been addicted to norco for over 4 years and desperately want to quit but I can't find a dr in San Antonio who can prescribe suboxone. ... (8 replies)
... f the nicest people on this board I have ever met! Or not met. But they are truly kind and awesome and will support you in this. It's worth it to get through the withdrawals and get clean again. ... (21 replies)
... they are really making us more depressed. So I have 2 other friends that are addicted and we attempted to quit together, so last Thurs I took my last pill. The withdrawals started at work on Friday and were unbearable. Nobody will ever understand how bad withdrawals are unless they have been through them. ... (18 replies)

... The next day I decided I didn't want to go CT, because I was feeling like crap from withdrawals already, and had been unsuccessful in the past with CT and trying to taper. ... (2 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)
... about a year and a half. It barely controls my pain at this point, but my doc is a stickler and won't prescribe more. I thought that I'd just get off of it. The withdrawals were bad for a few days, but not as bad as I'm sure they can be in people who take more. ... (5 replies)
... days. If you can stand the withdrawals symptoms, going cold turkey will be the fastest way to detox from the drug. ... (4 replies)
... Someone please help me to know what I am about to go through. I am really scared. I've been taking 3 Norco a day for about 2 yrs now. I want with all of my heart to stop but I'm afraid of the withdrawals. I am 48 yrs old and I have to work. I cannot stay at home. ... (4 replies)
... can tolerate the pain. Also, if you cut back for awhile and give your bod a break, your tolerance and dependance will decrease and you'll probably find that the Norco works better again. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Jam338, I am hoping you might be able to shed some light on my problem. Just to give you a little back ground info, breast cancer surgery 2003,put on norco for pain from the bone damage chemo did and the surgeries I hacve had. ... (38 replies)
... It felt so good to talk to her. She is very understanding. It has been about 72 hours since my last norco. Withdrawals have not been that bad. I have a pretty good headache that has kept me up at night, a little anxiety, but overall I have substituted exercise for the pill. ... (4 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)
... aged nerve in my jaw. now i have gotten to the point where i am just tired of it. i don't want to be taking it anymore. i have tried quitting cold turkey but the withdrawals are too much for me. i talked to my pharmacist today and they said cold turkey just doesn't work for some people and they i need to taper it down instead. ... (10 replies)
... I'm taking the last of them tonight and then no more. The problem is I'm really scared. The anxiety of withdrawals and not having anymore to take is already setting in. I've read somewhere that seizures are possible when you quit. Is this true? ... (13 replies)
... Boy, Fentanyl is one strong narcotic. I am not sure it is at all wise to try and come off of it cold turkey. The Norco would be hard enough alone, but to come off both at once is a monumental task. ... (11 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)
... Wishing you well on your plan to get off the Norco. from experience, I would steer clear of the tranquilizers like Valium and Xanax and such. Coming off Norco will seem like a breeze compared to coming off a benzo. ... (8 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. Everyone is different, so we all will be affected in a different way. Maybe you should start exercizeing. ... (4 replies)
... Hey there. I have posted a few other threads at other times I have been debating quitting or actually going through withdrawals. Once again, I lapsed and am day 3 without anything, and turning the corner. I wanted to take a moment to simply recount the slow process that lead me down this dark road, and maybe sometime can extrapilate something from it that helps them not... (5 replies)
... Hey there. I have posted a few other threads at other times I have been debating quitting or actually going through withdrawals. Once again, I lapsed and am day 3 without anything, and turning the corner. I wanted to take a moment to simply recount the slow process that lead me down this dark road, and maybe sometime can extrapilate something from it that helps them not... (0 replies)


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