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... Hi I am pregnant and have became physically addicted to opiates and I have reviewed many of the threads for others going through this. ... (3 replies)
... its nothoing to be ashamed a 44 year old proffessional chef who became addicted to pharmecutical opiates and then bought them off the street eventually turning to heroin all the time being married,wife not knowing,two kids 9 and 12....i was a proffessional addict..... ... (26 replies)
... If you do not see it as a major priority,then I have an obligation to point it out to you. ... (3 replies)

... Thats good. I hope everything goes well with your delivery, for you and your bebe! ... (7 replies)
... Everywhere I read said that 5mg of oxy is equivalent to 7.5 of hydro. And i was taking 3 pills a day at the time. So that is a reduction in about 7.5mg. ... (7 replies)
... does not have the tylenol in it, which is one danger aspect he could immediately control. He probably didn't consider withdrawals because he actually moved you to a stronger narcotic and generally people don't have withdrawals when moving to a stronger drug. Norco is a schedule III drug, Oxycodone is a Schedule II drug. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. He switched me from Norco 10/325 to Oxycodone 5 mg which is why I had the withdrawal. Oxy is a stronger drug but not at the dose he is giving me which is why i went into withdrawls (7 replies)
... hi there. im not really sure what your question is. it sounds as though you researched it and pretty much know the risks and benefits. all i can offer you is my experience. my best friend was put on subutex, a very low dose, and for only a one month taper. ... (3 replies)
... she's going to have to go through. ... (3 replies)
... fetal development are concerned, there is no such thing as safer vs unsafe narcotics. Heroine and methadone are almost identical in their effects on a developing baby. The effects are usually none as far as congenital abnormalities and brain damage go. ... (26 replies)
... I am no longer in withdrawals but still taking the medicine. Thanks. (7 replies)
... are you still having wd's or has he fixed that problem? (7 replies)
... It would still depend on how much Oxy he gave you overall. 5mg of Oxy is adequate coverage for 10mgs of Hydro. kat (7 replies)
... You both sound SUPER educated in this, and the common thinking you both share is that opiates OVERALL are hard for babies to detox from HOWEVER long. ... (26 replies)
... I did alot of research on the possible complications due to narcotic usage during pregnancy. First of all my OB gave me the script of vicodin to use for headaches. Narcotics are the only drug known to be safe for pain during pregnancy. You can't even take motrin or migrain meds. ... (26 replies)
... I am addicted to opiates. I start with that because it seems to be the single most important thing in my life. ... (20 replies)
... about child. I hope you do not overwhelm yourselves with feeling down on are doing all you can now to find help and direction and answers to your current situation and that is commendable in itself. ... (19 replies)
... I suppose you have to ask yourself how comfortable you feel about giving your infant opiate drugs because that is what you are doing. ... (5 replies)
Feb 22, 2004
... It is fine, really it is. Opiates cause no harm other than addiction to the fetus. I took percoset during my pregnancy it has the same main ingredant at OC. ... (4 replies)
... Glad to have you here! It is very hard to get off xanax, I never took them but my husband is currently tapering off klonopin and methadone and I see the pain he is going through. ... (4 replies)

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