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... 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)
... At that point I was taking them every day, but never in the huge amts that you do. As my supply was running out, i did cut back but when they were gone, I went cold turkey. That was early September. It's been 2 months now. It has not been easy. ... (25 replies)
... i was a wimp so i saved 4 for the next day, my last dose of any opiate was saturday at 3pm, so today at 3pm ill be at 72 hours, this bites! ive been threw this withdrawal process 3 times! ... (7 replies)

Vicodin Question
Dec 21, 2005
... yes I even took pain pills while I was pregnant...I know, but in my defense, I was taking a lot when I found out, and my OBGYN said to taper myself but dont stop cold turkey... ... (22 replies)
... Ukonom I can tell you by personal experience that you can make this cold turkey.Before this time getting clean I had two unsuccessful tries but I have been clean now for a year and six months now. ... (38 replies)
... report your wd symptoms, unless of course you feel like you can make it. That amount of meds, and "boom, cold turkey? ... (1 replies)
... for one year, at doses near but slightly higher than yours, and I went off Cold Turkey with the help of a psychotherapist. This may not be the best way for you at all, though, so you'll have to find out for yourself. ... (2 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (2 replies)
What a Ride!
Mar 25, 2006
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (1 replies)
Detox Recipe
Oct 4, 2005
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (4 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (4 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (19 replies)
... that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (10 replies)
... I don't agree with your comment that people who are not addicted will not get withdrawal symptoms after taking opiates for some time. ... (12 replies)
... months until I moved to Ohio in December of 2008, I didn't go through withdrawal to bad and was pill free until I found a connection up here, and started to take Vicodin and Percocets I took whichever I could get my hands on and I have taken those until my husband who also was taking pills decided to get clean and go on suboxone. ... (7 replies)
Advice please
Nov 17, 2003
... pect with addiction, the withdrawal. i went thru it only once for 5 days. i did not sleep 5 minutes in the entire 5 days. i had not thought this possible. opiate withdrawal convinced me otherwise. fast forward thru pills to a heroin addiction and to a point around 2 months ago you have me quitting opiates. ... (27 replies)
... year I was far too scared of developing another addiction to take anything narcotic, but after other treatments weren't working, I finally gave in and filled the vicodin script my dr had given me a while before. ... (0 replies)
I need help please
Feb 25, 2010
... Hi. My name is Deb. I am 36 years old. I will try to explain my situation as best as I know how. I started on Vicodin about 3 years ago. I was prescribed them due to an accident and they really worked for pain. ... (29 replies)
... you've already tapered so much. Most people on this board are addicted to meds a bit stronger than codeine. I've been taking vicodin for years and when I want to taper down,I move to codeine and then cold turkey and I've avoided severe withdrawal symptoms that way. ... (7 replies)
... Hey Largeman' What an inspiring story if not also so vividly true..the description of the addiction I guess we are all similar creatures.I've been struggling with this tapering for almost a week...but I know IT IS JUST TIME!! I don't think of much else and I've played the game with myself that this isn't really happening to me!! Right going on 3yrs. and the fool still tells... (32 replies)




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