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Vicodin withdrawal
Feb 28, 2004
... I know exactly how it feels to be in w/d's everyday.On days that I had to work I used to pop 5 to 7 vicodin's and would repeat the process till Friday then I would go up to my usual 35 for the day.The way I stopped is very difficult(cold turkey)but I had a horrible thing happen in my life that scared me into stopping.Tapering is good but there are other people more experienced... (25 replies)
Vicodin withdrawal
Jan 19, 2004
... WOW!!,dsnyken, You flushed them down the toilet, huh ?? That takes alot of resolve to do. Now you have no choice but to continue your cold-turkey!! There are certain OTC meds, such as Imodium Advance ( TO help with the runs ), and tylenol PM that will help alittle to lower your blood pressure, thus making you alittle bit tired,to help you sleep. Have you spoken with your... (25 replies)
... Hi..I am new to this board. Been researching Vicodin addiction all morning. ... (11 replies)

... Ultram/Tramadol is a nasty pain reliever. I was prescribed this after my first back surgery in 2001, being told it was a NON addictive synthetic alternative to Vicodin. Non addictive my fanny perpendicular :dizzy: I cold turkeyed this stuff several years ago from probably 250-300mg a day, and it was no picnic to be sure. I do not recommend it AT ALL. That said, my... (23 replies)
Vicodin.
Apr 4, 2011
... ore you know it your facing bigger withdrawal symptoms. But I kinda listened but didnt.... I continued to use, and wound up trying to go through oxy withdrawals cold turkey after a year and a half of using and increasing my dose. ... (14 replies)
... Hi painfulneck, If you wean down like you are, you shouldn't have too bad a time with W/D. You should expect to feel painful bones, leg aches, maybe a bit of creepy crawlies in your legs, hot/cold chills, sweating, and some anxiety. It is MUCH worse if you quit taking the pills suddenly (cold turkey) or if you have been taking a lot of pills everyday, which, from your... (20 replies)
... Actually I started cold turkey today for not having any access to anything, and so far feel find just anxiety. What am I going to go through and for how long. ... (14 replies)
Vicodin withdrawal
Jan 22, 2018
... m not sure if this is the right place to talk about cold turkey withdrawal. Can someone help me out? ... (0 replies)
... Hi I wish you the strength to get through this and believe it or not there is a light and the end of this dark tunnel you are in. I should know as I quit the pain killer Vicodin cold turkey many years ago and know what you are feeling and yes, good people,responsible church going people and parents get hooked on this stuff, it is just the nature of these drugs. Tramadol is... (9 replies)
... Paulos-thank you for checking in. I feel kind of bad taking up peoples time here as I really do not have a "bad" addiction. I am finding it quite easy to wean off (which my doctor recommended)-and hope to be fully off of them by mid-February. (8 replies)
... Are you going through this cold turkey? ... (8 replies)
... ces are for complete success. Since you have been taking this medication for 8 years, a good withdrawal period could be a year. If at first you are curious, go cold turkey and see what you experience. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Beachdude, I applaud your efforts. I quit vicodin about a week and a half ago and feel pretty normal. ... (3 replies)
... Unfortunately for whatever reason Aussie docs prescribe Ultram/Tramadol alot. It's losing it's popularity here in the States for obvious reasons, hopefully the FDA will pull it soon. There are many other narcotics/opioids that work as well or better than Tramadol. I'm not sure what popular meds are available over there...but here a replacement would most likely be Vicodin... (5 replies)
... Yes i am recovering addict to opiates. But I did it cold turkey, as far as opiates go. I still do an occasional clonazepm or ativan at bedtime to sleep, but i have needed them less and less...havnt had one in 3 days. ... (10 replies)
... just speak to a doc. I cant recommend what kind of treatment program is best for you, but I believe you will benefit from one. I quit opiates 2 times cold turkey, and the first time almost put me in the hospital. ... (10 replies)
... I am on 100mg of percocet a day, I have been for about a year. If I go cold turkey on this amount what can I expect, and is there a chance I would be able to do it and quit for good? ... (10 replies)
... I totally agree with a lot of what you said Alldone, however, when you say having strong willpower and self discipline then you can go cold turkey. That is the part I disagree with. ... (10 replies)
Vicodin Withdrawal
Jun 24, 2010
... Even going cold turkey, you may get through it okay. ... (6 replies)
Day 1 i suppose
Mar 15, 2010
... Quitting is really tough and takes alot of self control but can be done. I am now on day 18 of being off vicodin cold turkey and I feel like a brand new person. The restless aching legs were the absolute worse for me. ... (9 replies)


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