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... the above posters are all right on what they are twelling you,although i just wanted to mention that even if you do manage to quit,some of your liver will regenerate but depending on the extent of actual damage,some may not.this really is a must see your doc for type of situation. ... (10 replies)
... I think you should worry. I am a recovering alcoholic, and I took Tylenol like it was candy..who knows how many pills a day. ... (10 replies)
... I became dependent on pain meds for bulging and herniated discs in my neck. I have been taking roxycodone for neck,shoulder pain for the last month. I was on vicodin since August 2002 and switched to stronger Lortab in April this year.Than after blood work came back with elevated liver enzymes, the dr. ... (0 replies)

... The vicodin is dangerous in higher doses as it can damage the liver. ... (5 replies)
... Like Fabby, I've been taking Tramadol for at least five years or more for my fibromyalgia aches and pains. I take two 5mg, three times a day and it has been a miracle drug for me. I have gone periods where I ran out of ultram or didn't feel as achy where I didn't take ultram and never had a problem. ... (11 replies)
... as afraid I would never feel good again. It took several months before I started feeling "happy" on my own. At first I was very depressed, my legs were fidgety and I couldn't sleep for nothing! I thought I would go crazy. I drove my family nuts asking would I ever feel good again. ... (6 replies)

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