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... Oh where to start, You have all helped me in so many ways and i feel so close to each and every one of you...'s time i tell you about myself. ... (28 replies)
Detox questions
Oct 27, 2004
... st, many facilities still use methadone for detox. Heroin, oxycontin, vicodin, percocet etc. etc. are ALL opiates. They are all essentially the same "drug" but in varying forms and with slightly varying effects. ... (8 replies)
... i was arrested for prescription fraud almost 5 years ago and had to pee in a cup for a year and go to weekly meetings. when i completed that, they wiped the charges from my record cause i was a 1st time offender. ... (7 replies)

May 11, 2002
... VER have I had this much depression, ZERO interest, ZERO energy!!! Doctor took my paxil up to 40 from 20mg and is agressively treating this fibro and IBS I have. HOW LONG CAN THESE SUFFERINGS LAST? ... (3 replies)
... ly get by on advil but are still taking the vics. and the other really more critical thing here that IS one of the biggest reasons that people become addicted to vicodin than any other type of narcotic, is the "energizing" quality this med has on only some people. ... (8 replies)
... finally in a day or 2. ... (8 replies)
... I am thinking this because my own singular experience when my doctor switched me from Vicodin to Tramadol. I quickly became dependent on the Tramadol, like within a month or so. ... (1 replies)
... SORRY FOR THE LONG POST!! ... (6 replies)
... e.. it helps a lot knowing that i'm just not going crazy... i have never been an anxious person.. so all of this is really new to me.. i quit cold turkey off the Vicodin and thought it would all be over and done with in no time at all... boy was i super wrong... ... (10 replies)
Day Four
Mar 15, 2007
... about 1 week after quitting. Life just seemed to suck. I was not motivated to work, didn't want to really do anything, questioned if I should even continue being in my relationship, etc... ... (6 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that you are miserable. I know how tough that stage in the game is... believe me. The good news is your body is getting rid of the toxins and that's a very good deal. Now on too getting you better. ... (11 replies)
... obstacle, but it is a hurdle. I think a part of what makes the mental something you need to over come is how easy it was, once you took the pills to feel that everything is OK. "Not enough money to pay the light bill? ... (58 replies)
... I've been addicted to vicodin off and on for about 7 years. 2 years ago I quit, I didn't actively seek out pills, but if a doctor prescribed them I took the whole bottle. ... (8 replies)
... doctors eventually become uncomfortable prescribing opioids long term when their patients begin requiring higher doses or stronger meds, which is understandable. ... (16 replies)
... Vicodin a day is a considerable amount of opiate in your system, especially if your body is used to taking that many for eight months. You will feel some withdrawl for sure if you just stopped taking them. ... (3 replies)
... You've got a great attitude. I found that in early recovery keeping busy is the best thing to do. It's not always easy, but keeping your mind and body occupied can really help with the cravings. ... (31 replies)
May 4, 2007
... will be a good tool for you, the people here are very supportive. I come back several times a day just to get through the day. I know each person is different in terms of how long they will take to detox, for me day 15 is still rough. But it IS getting better. Some days are better than others. ... (91 replies)
... hours. They helped the pain and made me feel like I could do ANYTHING with no repercussions. Over time I needed to increase my dosage in order to dull the pain and for them to make me feel "good." I do not have an addictive personality..... ... (58 replies)
... Hang on! I had a lot of the same problems as you did. I felt like it was never going to end. I don't know the intensity of your the body aches but I experienced mild pain for about 3 weeks. The worst of it was over after 10 days for me but I still had some lingering aches here and there. ... (3 replies)
... I was dx'd with fibromyalgia in 1993. ... (14 replies)

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