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... Ramalade, Movingforward is so correct in writing that withdrawal, especially a cold turkey withdrawal, from an opiate is something that simply can not in any way be hidden from those close to us. ... (13 replies)
... it's not just about the pain relief. It was also about the high. It became a crutch both physical and mental. I think the mental pull of the pills was worse than the physical need even. ... (18 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)

... n them, and supplement the scripts with Online Pharms, ect. About a month ago, I made the very tough decision to call my doc and tell him I wanted 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. ... (16 replies)
... d's can sure pack on the pounds. I skyrocketed from 107 to 135 in a matter of months on those things. Not pleasant for someone so ashamed of how they look, they could rarely leave the house. ... (9 replies)
... I have tried to quit cold turkey and it was pure hell! I can't go through that again. I've gone off Fentynal patches cold turkey, and norco cold turkey and they both were hell. ... (8 replies)
... There is a difference between "addict" or "addicted" and "physically dependent." The addict is someone who "craves" the drug for the psychological and physical feelings drugs provide....Warmth, euphoria, confidence, energy, and so on. Physical dependance is also known as tolerance. ... (5 replies)
... ed the pills. I know I kept taking them mainly for that euphoric feeling. I felt embarrassed going to the doctors office requesting refills and picking them up from my pharmacy. Perhaps my true colors were showing. I didn't want anyone to think I was an addict to them.... ... (51 replies)
... Ok, here we are on day 15. It's all good, since tapering down to one norco a day I haven't had any problems. Gonna try zero today, I know I can do it no matter what if I am willing to deal with discomfort... ... (31 replies)
... starting last Saturday afternoon and didn't really have a hard time at all with physical withdrawals. ... (10 replies)
... Thank u for your post. Thank u for your service. I am the wife of a combat veteran and almost a week off of Norco (8 pills a day) and I didt even fight in the war. Think how stupid I feel! Anyway, my hubby was injured real bad but its not my business to talk about it here...I am his caretaker and together we take care of our little one. I am also a runner. I have trained... (2 replies)
... reread my post and it sounded pretty defensive and rude and I apologize. You were on it 2 years and you are off it now. Sheez, you are the person I need to hear from the most! ... (43 replies)
Still have chills
Feb 13, 2007
... Thanks , if you did 60-10mg pill's a day and quit I shouldn't have a problem at all..Thanks for your encouragement and hug :D (7 replies)
Still have chills
Feb 12, 2007
... d turkey.whewwwww..It was rough. Somewhere around the 3rd or 4th day, you will start to feel alittle better. After about 2 weeks, your pretty well done with the physical withdrawals.. I felt that I had to go thru the pain, or I would have gone back and got my self in the same position again..Now, thats just my deal.. ... (7 replies)
... icted to opiates. It is an alternative to methadone. It is fairly new...I have been on it for five weeks. Find out about it through this board. It eliminated physical withdrawals, depression, lethargy, just gets you through the heck of getting off the pills. ... (3 replies)
Can I do it?
Dec 24, 2004
... orco's though, I've been miserable. The pain I have which is associated with my Crohn's is much better, but the emotional and mental pain I feel far exceeds any physical pain I have ever experienced. I have to do something. ... (26 replies)
... Luckily, you are getting past the stages where the physical affects of withdrawal are starting to dissipate, now you've got to deal with the psychological effects and those are a real bear. ... (51 replies)
... Good Morning, You are very welcome, that is why we are all here, to give each other the support it's hard to get from our loved ones' due to them not truly understanding what we are dealing with. ... (51 replies)
... I'll try not to go into too much history with this post since some of you remember me from a few months ago. ... (6 replies)


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