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... I have been going to PT for the last 2 mos, and am scheduled to see an Orthopedist next week to determine the next step. In the meantime it has been vicodin vicodin vicodin. I can't function physically without it. I'm starting to get frustrated. I'm sure I am physically hooked on the stuff again. ... (1 replies)
Vicodin Withdrawal
Jul 29, 2007
... Physically, you are going to start feeling better everyday now. By day five, a real corner is usually turned with the nasuea and flu like feelings. ... (1 replies)
Vicodin withdrawal
Nov 30, 2008
... hours of not taking hydro. I would get flu like symptoms, hot and cold flashes and low grade muscle twitching from time to time. ... (3 replies)

Vicodin Withdrawal
Mar 11, 2007
... Just take hot baths....take lots of motrin or asprin.....lots of hot baths. It will end just as a flu does also. You will be alright. Yes you feel yucky but a lot of it is mental. Tell yourself to stop the wierd stuff....tell yourself to just stop it. ... (13 replies)
Vicodin Withdrawal
Feb 19, 2007
... T last Monday and I still have diarrhea but the flu liek symptoms passed after 4 days. I feel great now and just stay positive you can do it. ... (7 replies)
Vicodin Withdrawal
Feb 19, 2007
... Hi Mike I'm on day 1:mad: It's HELL not so much the physical side more the mental! I'm also very lonley being as no one in my house knows what,why I'm feeling like this -so I just have to claim the flu. I've been in touch with a doctor to start Suboxone treatment. Hopefully that will help me kick this awful habit! Hang in- I've heard that every day after day 4 gets better! (7 replies)
... My Vicodin use started out when i was 19. ... (11 replies)
... I did go through withdrawal once before, though I thought I had the flu really bad. My doctor operated on my back and said "since the surgery was successful, you won't need the pain pills anymore. ... (1 replies)
... then yours but fairly close. I know that I will have some bad days ahead. I have no illusions about that. But I feel the same way you did. And yes I want off the vicodin train right now. ... (26 replies)
... I was addicted to vicodin for three years of my life and I finally decided to stop cold turkey after living everyday in hell. ... (6 replies)
... at for those of us, whose lives were emotionally difficult before the "pill panacea"...we need to recognize that we may have a far longer path beyond the initial withdrawal symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... dog im sorry to hear about your situation if possible start weaning yourself down before your tolerance gets any higher because the more tolerance the more severe the withdrawal my heart goes out to you i was addicted to vicodin about 180 every 2 weeks for back pain then they switched me to the drug from hell methadone please stop in the early stage love and hugs kelleigh (4 replies)
... sat and sun and returned to work on monday popping tylenol 3. After a few days, I was taking 1 vic to help with the lingering withdrawal and then before you know it, 2 and then 3. ... (5 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)
... My neighbor, whom I think is in her 70's has been very ill with what seemed to me to be drug withdrawals but she swears she never took more than 5 to 10mg a day for about 6 months, and often skipped days. I believe her as her daughter controlled her prescription and agreed with her dosage. She's not on any other pain medication or benzos but is beginning to flu like symptoms... (2 replies)
Jul 28, 2007
... Yes, I had withdrawal symptoms at most cuts.. not all, but most. They were crummy, but anxiety was the biggest deal... ... (3 replies)
... dgs, Flexiril is a muscle relaxer that will make you very drousy. My guess is that when you take it, it does relax you to the point of seamingly easing your withdrawal. The bulk of the flu-like withdrawals should be over in 3 or 4 days anyway, and your usage was at a level that shouldn't be that bad to get over. Be very careful taking Flexiril then driving a car. These... (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)
... know what was up. But it was horrible and I swore I would never take those things long enough to experience withdrawal again. And I didn't for 3 years. ... (9 replies)
... hours after last dose taken. Most people express that detox feels like the worst flu they have ever had in their life. ... (0 replies)

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