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... s is just my experience, but you will probably have two to three more days of pretty bad times, considering the drug and amount you were taking and the length of time you were on it. but you have already come this far, don't stop now!!! ... (8 replies)
... Does percocet effect vicodin withdrawal? ... (3 replies)
... I am addicted to percocet too. ... (8 replies)

... By the time your vacation comes you should be past the worst of it so just keep trying to remain positive and fight for your sobriety with everything you have. ... (7 replies)
... I was dependent on Opiates for almost two years, and then I was put on 3 8mg/suboxone a day for about 10 months, and then dropped to 2 8mg/day until I said enough is enough and couldn't take it anymore. 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. I... (17 replies)
... 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)
... I was worried about this too when I was using, as I began loathing everything. I felt like I was watching life through a tv screen, and felt disconnected from everything/ felt numb. hated going out and seeing people; felt like everyone was a stranger and I had no interest in my friends' lives. I gained all of my personality back after quitting though. took some time but... (17 replies)
... a lot so this shouldn't be any different than the usual withdrawls you have been through over and over again. basically you will have the flu again. I came off percocet one time and it was pretty hard one me but my dose was way lower than what you have been taking, have you been chewing them? ... (6 replies)
... Good job Ice, and everyone else counting down the days to feel normal again. It's tough but everyday I wake up knowing there is light at the end of the tunnel. I struggle with not sleeping as well so that does make it a bit harder. I've always had trouble with sleep though. I pray every night just for one good night of sleep . One day at a time! :) (17 replies)
... I am on day 9 of longterm use and I feel a lot better about myself and not as tired/anxious/depressed as I have been the last 4 days. I am still not a 100% but at lease I don't feel as though its never going to end anymore. Please hang in there....I also forced myself to get up and do things and I think that helped my body to produce the endorphins to make me feel better...I... (17 replies)
... e you funny and you laugh, realizing it has been forever since you laughed. I noticed my rhythm again after having not had it for years. It struck me the first time I offered something in a conversation without specifically being asked something. Watch for signs like this and recognize them as you returning to Life again. ... (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. ... (17 replies)
... get some Imodium for the bathroom issues and sleepy time tea as well. Occasionaly I have had my pain meds stolen by "family" and came up short and suffered WD's until next appt. ... (7 replies)
... It's a great thing that you have decided to stop taking the pills. They can completely consume your life so GREAT JOB for not letting it come to that. By the time you head on vacation you should be feeling better. ... (7 replies)
... I am hanging in there. I feel pretty good, not sure if that is due to the meds they have me on now. I am back to work tomorrow. First time since 02/26. A little anxious, but nothing like I was a few days off the Percocets My current meds: 300MG of Neurontin in the am and 300MG in the evening 1500MG of Depakote ER in the evening 30MG of Remeron in the evening I have... (11 replies)
... :wave: I went off of Tramadol 1 month ago. After the physical w/ds went away I had horrible anxiety. Our brains get used to the drugs taking over some functions and it takes a while for it to get the message that it has to get to work again. I used a bit of Xanax-- but only 1/2 of a .25 mg pill and only when I absolutely needed it because it is so addictive. I am also on... (11 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)
... and he was extremely worried about me. He had me come into his office on Friday afternoon and I finally got my meds. Needless to say that by the time I got there I could hardly walk from the pain. ... (8 replies)
... I went to see a pain management doctor, who then put me on Percocet 7. ... (11 replies)
Percocet Addiction
Sep 25, 2009
... Thanks so much for those of you who have taken the time to write. This is just crazy. I have spent the entire day thinking about these percocets. ... (12 replies)




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