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... I have been at this computer for three hours hoping to hear from you! ... (26 replies)
... I posted the following message on another person's thread, but thought I would put it here too,to fill-out MY story and give some more information about my situation. Here is the message in its entirity: Thanks, Lou (19 replies)
... That is a very good question. I can speak from experience, having been an active addict to hydrocodone and darvocet for more than 2 years following a botched spinal surgery. ... (14 replies)

... ered off opiates the first time. I have gone cold turkey several times and would recommend the tapering instead of cold turkey as cold turkey was just to "cold" for me. The last couple of times I tried going cold, I went back to hydro's as I couldn't stand the withdrawals. ... (8 replies)
... OLELY to get high, you NEED pain management to live your life, i have no severe chronic pain that would justify taking vicodin every day. i'm taking the cymbalta for depression only, man does it make me feel weird. ... (15 replies)
... hi hon, im using cymbalta for fibromyalgia. Im also on a round of other drugs, norco, darvocet for breakthru pain and soma, which is a muscle relaxer. I absolultely HATE taking the drugs. ... (15 replies)
... Are you aware that most people that take opiates do not have withdrawals syndrome? ... (40 replies)
... i have tapered off by using darvocet and am hoping to avoid going on suboxone. ... (22 replies)
... taking darvocet and codeine for withdrawl symtoms is in my opinion is ridiculous. ... (13 replies)
... Well, I am still on day ONE of my withdrawal from the darvocet, because last night I found 2 in the house and took them. TJ, darvocet may have been easy for you to come off of, and I am sure it will be easier than the hydro, but I felt pretty bad yesterday at work.... ... (12 replies)
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Apr 27, 2004
... read your post...I've read it but need to again because I can't remember your history. But, it sounds like we are in the same boat. Yes, sub withdrawals are unexplainable. One of those, "you have to be there or experience it yourself" to understand. ... (36 replies)
... I read your post and am very concerned for you. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks Sliperyslope for your input. I do not think that I was on a "small amount" of narcotics. I was taking an average of 14 hydros a day plus the darvocet. ... (10 replies)
Aug 3, 2003
... This statement is incorect. I wasn't considering "suboxone" to help me with withdrawals. I was considering it for maintenance. ... (31 replies)
... m going to be blunt honest here. I think you have legitimate chronic pain but I also think you have yourself hooked on using pills to get through each day, boost your energy, get the lift of a buzz, or so it would seem from your comments. ... (10 replies)
... Well, the physical withdrawals have subsided to a manageable level, but the anxiety and urge to use drugs rages as strong as ever. ... (9 replies)
... which I was given for a root canal. I never used it as I was on the sub. and 800 mgs of Ibuprofen worked fine. ... (52 replies)
... such a quiet, little addiction...but it DOES keep me isolated and not interested in getting out beyond my four protective walls. It DOES have great repercussions for my future. So....I am facing the inevitable. ... (58 replies)
... Father also of a Newborn boy and 5 year old girl!. Gotta get it together for the kids. ... (40 replies)
... they may for you. If you find they aren't helping you sleep, ask your doctor for just a week's worth of Ambien. It saved me in that it gave me atleast three or four hours of sleep at night. ... (40 replies)

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