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... wrong. For me that detox was actually worse than Vicodin. The leg syndrome and central nervous system impact of the Tramadol detox was worse. My doctor insisted it couldn't be because it is supposedly not addictive. ... (38 replies)
... Take it on an empty stomach, either first thing in the morning, or at bedtime. You can continue this regimen after the first week if it continues to make you feel good. ... (19 replies)
... Take it on an empty stomach, either first thing in the morning, or at bedtime. You can continue this regimen after the first week if it continues to make you feel good. ... (10 replies)

... turkey is almost never life threatening, and is only so if the depressive thoughts cause suicide. Everything I've read says that although a cold turkey detox may not be possible due to how painful it is, it's certainly not life threatening in most cases. ... (13 replies)
... Hello, I am glad I found this forum. I know that many people share the same problem that I do, and I really need to know what I can do. I am hooked on narcotic pain medication and benzodiazepines. I have fallen into a deep depression and I really don't see any hope for me to get thru this. I want to know if there is a way. ... (6 replies)
... Well, no wonder you drink. So sorry, it all does sound very hard for you. Hope you can get on your feet again. Did you take AD's for the depression? I do know those can cause people to want to drink for some reason, perhaps because AD's are actually sometimes too stimulating (serotonin is an excitatory neurotransmitter) and alcohol is a depressant, effecting the inhibitory... (33 replies)
... and chronic pain from multiple surgeries. ... (33 replies)
... ring balance is a long, long process. No matter how you detox, there will be a process of restoration to go through. The brain must restsrt in producing its own pain relief chemicals. Anxiety heightens greatly as this process happens. Depression will come because of the detox. It will pass eventually. ... (4 replies)
... free for three years. Praise the Lord!! My experience also began with true pain and before I knew it I was addicted to Hydrochodone 500mgs which was supplied to me by my dr. Every bit of it. ... (6 replies)
... For some one who ask about my pain, when I talk with my doc after the mean pain doc he put me on narcotics and said I would need to be on them for life. But he also agred that if I give them a try and still want to detox he will suport it. ... (51 replies)
... k like a cake walk. But the worst break is that you had to lose 14 yrs of sobriety over it. It's not easy living with pain. It effects your entire life. Ya know, after covering up my pain for all these years, I have a feeling that the pain is not really as bad as it used to be anymore. ... (13 replies)
... Whether you can get off Bupe or Subutox is dependent on your personality and whether you are addicted or physically dependent because of the pain treatment, as well as your physical nature. I can't tell based on what you wrote, and would not be compentent to judge you in any case. ... (8 replies)
... y meds or do I stay on them"...the RN stated "OH NO, don't get off your meds, wait til your visit." AT my Rheumy visit, he states "You have Fibromyalgia but that pain management style is not my methodology" therefore, no meds. Now my month of RX is over. I cry, I tell him what the RN told me to do? ... (2 replies)
Now what?
Feb 21, 2007
... ever I have been reading your posts for some time. Three years ago I was diagnosed with bulging disks in my lower spine which were causing quite a bit of pain. After going through physical therapy which did not help at all, I was referred to a pain clinic where I was prescribed darvocet and also received steroid shots. ... (6 replies)
... I know you can detox yourself off the patches. And since you have only been on them for 19 days or so now is the time to do it. ... (9 replies)
... ake it out on other people. Give him a chance and realize that the drugs will make you say or do anything to stay in your body. The best thing is that he is in detox now. He needs your support right now more than anything else. Try to put the past behind you and look forward to when he does come home. ... (4 replies)
... No alcohol since. Did intensive outpatient and am seeing a therapist weekly and using multiple support structures plus spirituality. It's wonderful! But the pain didn't just go away. In addition to the WD's from suddenly stopping Norco after one year I still had the intermittent pain and the really bad acute attacks. ... (7 replies)
... I had an appointment this morning with my pain management doctor which started out well. ... (14 replies)
... I obtained didn't have the potency I expected. It took me a while to figure it out since much of the time I spend just getting to "normal" and not high. Anyway, after about 24 hours I ended up in full withdrawals. ... (1 replies)
... :) ann let me know how you did i went through 1 day and almost died is it just getting through the third day a whammy and i was trying to do it at home. it almost killed me and i have 3 children (12 replies)




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