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... my back pain got mean! At day 2 this dose, I was feeling "a little bit of a lot of stuff" but NOTHING like CT!! ... (8 replies)
... pain while CT often results in unbearable "rebound pain." From the start, remember why a pain med. was prescribed. ... (0 replies)
... mg.s just to keep my back pain and anxiety manageable. I of course had to go to great lenghts to get that much meds and considerable cost. ... (12 replies)

... what you are dealing with right now is a HUGE problem in the USA today. There are so many people on opiates that have legitimate pain problems and simply become addicted only because of the DR's orders. ... (6 replies)
... I know where you are coming from. I have days with pain so I figure I will have to be on meds forever. Then there is the days when I want free of them soooo freaking bad. I dont really have any advice for you. ... (6 replies)
Fioricet Addiction
Jun 24, 2010
... I have been having problems with both Fioricet and Vicodin for the last few years, and the reason I haven't been able to get off is the rebound headaches. They are EXCRUCIATING. Rebound headaches suck WAY worse than withdrawals do. My neurologist did not warn me about this, and man, it has been bad. ... (18 replies)
... I also have Vicodin for my migraines, but I'm SO careful about using that as I've heard opiate withdrawal can be a lot worse than fioricet withdrawal. ... (1 replies)
... I started with a new neurologist, who put me on Vicodin for my chronic headaches and migraines. ... (28 replies)
... Welcome Mic32 .. I completely agree with Ken. I have had migraines for many years. Initially, Doctors were treating me with narcotic pain relievers and they seemed to only worsen my migraines. ... (16 replies)
... ll probably need to continue with a different pain reliever, but I want off of opiates. ... (4 replies)
... increased vicodin abuse for this addict. But, everybody is SO different! ... (12 replies)
... you may be having rebound headaches from the hydro's. ... (16 replies)
... s never been explained that way to me before. I suppose rebound headaches are a form of dependence, as the body is reacting to the absence of the drug. And rebound headaches can come from the overuse of ANY pain reliever, even OTC meds like Tylenol or aspirin. ... (10 replies)
... I've been taking Vicodin daily for about two years now for chronic headaches and migraines. I want off the stuff, badly, despite the chronic pain. ... (5 replies)
... Just to explain the whole situation, I was the victim of a bad neurologist who treated my headaches with vic, and had me taking it daily. When I started to get rebound headaches, he just gave me more pills and said to treat the pain. ... (6 replies)
... P.S. Mention the term "rebound" to your sister's doctors. Strong medicines like Vicodin can stop killing pain and begin to mimic and exaggerate pain in some people, a phenomenon that's known as rebound. ... (11 replies)
... started me on vicodin because I used to be an RN and had a work injury to my upper back. He also put me on baclofen. ... (5 replies)
... I have had migraines for about 15 years. When I was living in L.A., my doctor gave me both Vicodin and Fioricet, but in small amounts, to be used in moderation. I never had a problem with dependence. ... (10 replies)
... necessary taper off Vicodin plan. ... (11 replies)
... t take the vic every day, I get both rebound headaches and physical withdrawals. ... (8 replies)




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