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... wn until next week. If the pain gets really bad of course I will go to the Emergency Room as a last resort, but am concerned that I am going to go through heavy withdrawal symptoms like I have always heard about. Can a person get addicted in the timeframe I have been on them? ... (1 replies)
... I have read about the withdrawal symptoms and they scare the crap out of me. I am usually a very strong person and I want to think I'll be able to handle it ok. ... (7 replies)
... d's from them are not as intense as Percocets.The withdrawal process depends on how long you have used,how much was used and,your overall health.I would say within 1 month you will be feeling back to normal again.Good Luck and dont give up!!!!! ... (8 replies)

... My only suggestion to add to all the good advice you've gotten is to do a fast taper with the suboxone. Thank goodness your on a low dose, don't stay on it too long or you will become addicted and then have to detox of that too. ... (17 replies)
... I would like to warn people about suboxone and long term use of this medication. I went through withdrawals and they were almost worse than regular opiate withdrawals. ... (17 replies)
... n it will stop. Once over WD your brain chemistry will start to change and continue to change until it is back to "normal". Unfortunatley this could take a very long time due to the length of time that you have used the oxycodone. ... (17 replies)
... months to really find those lost traits. I know that may sound like forever, but we must let our bodies and brains heal and recover after long term use of the pills. Watch the baby steps as they occur. ... (17 replies)
... hi there, goin through the same thing, same med as u about the same amt of time and also wondering when ill be the person i USED to be, the real me. i sure as heck dont have the answer, we'll just have to figure that out. what im really curious about is will i be stronger, more grateful for each day that comes, waking up each day with even more appriciation for life. id like... (17 replies)
... Thank you Secrets... I was waiting for someone to reply. I will get the leg cramp meds. I have some Alzaprone (sp?) which is kind of like Valium. I will use them sparingly as needed. I just hope that the withdrawals don't last too long. I can manage for a couple of days or so. But after that I need to be back in the saddle so to speak. Do you think 30 mg/day for... (7 replies)
... I can't say I have ever taken that drug specifically but my understanding is that all narcotics alter the mind in some fashion and it takes a very long time for the brain to recover- much longer than the physical side effects take. I would recommend trying to find something you enjoy that is relaxing and can take your mind off of the way you are feeling when it happens.... (11 replies)
... weeks I have been down to one Percocet a day. ... (14 replies)
... I have had depression for over five years. My father has a condition that requires him to take percocet daily for the last fifteen years. During the first year of my depression I took some of his percocet for a sports injury. ... (12 replies)
... ter my last tapering down pill I was sleeping and suddenly woke up from a dead sleep, jumped out of bed in full crave mode. I had all of the mental and physical withdrawal symptoms in full blown mode, as well. I started my walking routine around the house. ... (14 replies)
... Hi everyone, I have posted before about tramadol weaning and my addiction to percocet. I know that this is a long post, but I would appreciate your advice and support as I wean from percocet. Am I weaning to fast or too slow? ... (5 replies)
... Hello, For the past several weeks I've been reading this board with an intensity bordering on obsession. I've been weaning off Percocet. I've got to say that being able to see what others have gone through has given me a strength that I otherwise would not have had, so Thanks to all! Several years ago my back went out on me and I ended up in the ER. Up to that point I... (2 replies)
... withdrawals are insomnia and anxiety. After withdrawal period, the brain still needs to recover and withdrawal symptoms may linger for a longer period of time. There is a free online manual called The Ashton Manual with a lot of info about benzodiazepines. ... (13 replies)
... I don't agree with your comment that people who are not addicted will not get withdrawal symptoms after taking opiates for some time. ... (12 replies)
Percocet Addiction
Sep 25, 2009
... Back in January of 2007 is when it all started. I had some real serious back issues and was prescribed percocet for it. Ladies an gentlemen, I was hooked right away. ... (12 replies)
... to help with the withdrawal. If you explain to them you've been taking it because of your surgery and now that you are trying to stop it's causing problems with withdrawal maybe they could help. Really the best thing is to slowly taper down. ... (8 replies)
... And, if I decide to go down the Cold Turkey route, how long does withdrawal hellishness last? ... (8 replies)




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