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... WAY TO GO! You have come so far and have SO much to be proud of. ... (15 replies)
... I am addicted to ultram. ... (22 replies)
... Your post does not sound ridiculous at all. It sounds like a lot of our posts here in that many of us started on narcotics for legitimate pain issues, but somewhere crossed the line into abusing the meds. ... (8 replies)

One Extra Pill?
May 13, 2012
... I'd like to say I read all the other posts and agree or don't but honestly I got tired and stopped. People will tell you many different things, they'll say you can't be in "real" pain and not take meds. You can. They'll say you can't honestly need pain meds and become addicted. You can. ... (15 replies)
Nov 8, 2010
... I can only share my experience, strength, and hope. I am in no way the pain you are suffering. It is possible that you need stronger pain meds and then taper down when you are feeling better. ... (3 replies)
... t remember my post. Really, I just want to get to a question I have about my boyfriend and how to explain my addiction. ... (8 replies)
... Wow, I just am blown away by the similarities in our stories. Of course, we are all alike here and one thing I want to point out to you right off the bat while I am thinking about it is don't worry about treatment lines or facilities that deal mostly with "street drugs" whilst you're dealing with pills. ... (10 replies)
... A few years ago I had to relocate from L.A. ... (28 replies)
Fentenyl Blues...
Jun 27, 2007
... per day everyday,you ARE over the safe limit for chronic daily usage of tylenol right now.that safe amount goes down 4000mgs to 3000mgs per day when it is used on a chronic daily this doc actually monitoring your liver and kidney functions at all? ... (33 replies)
... to narcotic PRESCRIPTIONS. Just felt like sharing my story, hoping to bring relief to some. ... (51 replies)
... I have been taking this medication for 2.5 yrs alternating the slow release meds with Oxycodone and now back to Morphine, and really cannot tell anymore what my real pain level is from my original injury. ... (5 replies)
... I've read your posts and all the replies and have followed them with interest. I first want to tell you that I've had decades worth of experience taking prescribed narcotics for various things....mostly for my menstrual cramps caused by tumors and endometriosis. ... (35 replies)
... I totally agree in mind over matter. When you are in the depth of addiction and going through physical withdrawals so bad they are debilatating and in your mind you know that swallowing or sniffing even just one pill will make you feel at least somewhat better then the mind will most likely win and you will crack. ... (37 replies)
... which, according to your post, you are not. ... (3 replies)
... ked the way the pills made me feel,so I started taking them here and there even thou I didn't need them.Then when they were all gone,I started finding other ways to get them,not just lortabs any kind of pain pill worked.After 4 yrs I was taking up to 6 or 7 10 mg pills,somtimes several times a week somtimesevery cuple weeks. ... (3 replies)
... Married to beautiful wife and 20 month old beautiful girl. ... (4 replies)
... Responding to another poster earlier in my thread, I don't really feel that I have "relapsed", because I really never got clean to begin with. I made it to day 3 cold turkey WHILE TRYING TO GO TO WORK.... ... (19 replies)
... words of wisdom Arememom! I do always feel so stressed by my situation... as I know we all do. I have legitimate pain so I'm not sure I can ever go completely off of these pain meds. ... (19 replies)
... My friend, you are so not alone in the issue. To try and answer some of your questions first... ... (7 replies)
... where the cut is too drastic. When I first started tapering, it was from two different meds... the opiate Oxycodone and the benzo Xanax. It was a huge mistake to begin tapers from both at the same time as they worked on two different brain systems. ... (8 replies)

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