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... WOW! Congratulations! I am having a tough time after only being on Vics for 6 months...as I tappered I got w/d symptoms and just decided yesterday (with the help of this forum and the grace of God) to go cod turkey...I woke up so early this morning feeling so weird..headache..OH KEN NOW the diarrhea is kicking in..yuck! Sweating with goose bumps and sneezing,... (4 replies)
... Withdrawal from this drug can be HELL. You don't want to sister to go cold turkey, and you don't want her to do a withdrawal without her doctor's knowledge. She will need to be carefully and slowly tapered off this medicine. ... (11 replies)
... The vicodin is dangerous in higher doses as it can damage the liver. ... (5 replies)

Opiate Conversion
Jul 20, 2005
... to take that helped the hot and cold flashes as well as somewhat relaxes you and helps the restless leg syndrome. ... (16 replies)
VICODEN addiction
Aug 31, 2002
... for the love of god man, if you've been taking vicodin that long, DO NOT just stop taking them. for one thing, do you still have chronic back pain? ... (1 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)
... I agree with pupcake. Quitting benzos cold turkey is VERY dangerous. ... (5 replies)
... king that many for eight months. You will feel some withdrawl for sure if you just stopped taking them. Your body has built up a dependence on them so stopping cold turkey would not be a good idea. ... (3 replies)
Day 1. Horrible!!!
Jan 24, 2009
... t as your body will allow you. You will probably have withdrawals and that part is hard to cover up. I have both a mental craving for the drug and the physical withdrawal effects, while I'm tapering down. ... (2 replies)
... are not successful at completely quitting opiates by jumping off cold turkey. ... (6 replies)
... I'll try to make this as short as possible. Anyway I have been clean from vicodin for almost 7 months to the day from a 3 year addiction of 10 plus pills a day and a cold turkey withdrawal. ... (3 replies)
... years ago for a bad back. Before that I was taking Vicodin for about 6 months. My doc. didn't feel comfortable to keep prescribing narcotics for me. ... (10 replies)
... r. They have to comply with the confidentiality rules. The doctor can give you something so you wont go into a seizure etc. You should not EVER just quit any med cold turkey. I did, but I was watched by a nurse for a few weeks. I think going back to Ohio may be unecessary, withdrawal symtoms are usually over in about 2 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... externally provide the body with chemicals that alter the brain, the body reads the signal and reacts by stopping its own natural production levels. So, when you cold turkey stop the external source, it jolts your body and whiplashes your system into wakeup mode. ... (0 replies)
... You got good advice from Tina about the pain. I personally wasn't taking Vicodin for pain, but I was in a lot of pain as I was withdrawing. Especially in the back. ... (30 replies)
... externally provide the body with chemicals that alter the brain, the body reads the signal and reacts by stopping its own natural production levels. So, when you cold turkey stop the external source, it jolts your body and whiplashes your system into wakeup mode. ... (41 replies)
... xternally provide the body with chemicals that alter the brain, the body reads the signal and reacts by stopping its own natural production levels. So, when you cold turkey stop the external source, it jolts your body and whiplashes your system into wakeup mode. ... (1 replies)
Day 1
Oct 27, 2005
... I am coming off of Ultram too as well as Vicodin and Darvocet. Good luck, you can do it! I had to taper too, when I tried cold turkey the withdrawal was AWFUL! ... (6 replies)
Desperate for Help
Apr 25, 2005
... I do my best to act normal and fit in with my suburban crowd. I, too, am having marital problems, but I don't know what has happened differently because of my Vicodin addiction. I shake my head every day wondering how I could have fallen into this. ... (14 replies)
... e been reading some posts. It's great to know that there are so many of you out there with caring and understanding hearts. I've been addicted to Hydrocodone and Vicodin for about 4 years now. When I started using it, I was completely naive and unaware that I would be here, in this state, 4 years later. ... (2 replies)


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