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Vicodin Withdrawal
Jun 24, 2010
... Hi madd, I'm currently at the end of a taper from Vicodin. I was also taking about two pills a day. I tried to quit cold turkey, but it didn't go well. The first day was okay, the second day I started feeling sick, and by the third day I felt like I was dying. Several people on this board advised me to taper, which is what I'm doing now. If you start to have... (6 replies)
Ultram Withdrawal
Jun 29, 2013
... ears ago and the info was not out there like it is today. I found out the hard way about my dependency issues when I quit taking the Tylenol with Codeine and the Vicodin I had been taking. Whoa.....I was thrown into a cold turkey withdrawal that I will never forget. ... (6 replies)
... Having said all that, the most insidious part of the vicodin detox is the emotional rollercoaster that your body will go through. ... (10 replies)

... e read has really helped me knowing that others are going through the exact same thing I am going through. Let me just say that I have been on and off of either Vicodin or Norco for a couple year. I could stop when I felt like it but I had mild withdrawals in those times, nothing like im going through this time around. ... (5 replies)
... and worry that the withdrawal was only hours away from last one. I could have been a statistician or mathematician, I became such a pro at numbers...... ... (34 replies)
... dvice would be to wean off slowly. You should eliminate that third dose you take right away. You may be more psychologically addicted as well so the slower your withdrawal the better your chances are for complete success. Since you have been taking this medication for 8 years, a good withdrawal period could be a year. ... (8 replies)
... By the way, we are fascinated that our cousin never seems to suffer withdrawal when she goes off opiates. She has quite an amazing constitution. ... (34 replies)
... Hiya Arianna, I am so glad your symptoms are now gone! I agree with you, I cannot believe that a person would get more relief from a vicodin than an oxycodone :confused:! I was on the Lortab 10/325 for over a year and they never really helped me in a substantial way. Now the percocet is a completely different story! There are several articles of note from medical... (16 replies)
... Thank you BeginAgain. I seriously cried when I read your response to my post on the nutracleanse thread, mostly because it feels like a huge relief to talk to someone about this. ... (18 replies)
... ls to rise during any sort of vacation. Know, though, that part of the rise is due to the actual decrease in the opiate and not just the true pain level. Opiate withdrawal creates a unique set of issues with our pain levels. ... (2 replies)
... you, I made a decision to quit. It is so much worse to quit than the pain. I am committed to this quest and finding this site is a blessing. I am feeling some relief from walking, hot tub. I finally took some over the counter sleep medicine because I went through about 3 nights without. That helped. ... (27 replies)
... Hello Mom The story is not new, but the poster is. Smiles. Welcome. Mom, it is good to hear that you are trying to get off the pills. It needs to happen. Drugs do, as you wrote, become a routine part of our lives. We eat, we sleep, we wake up, we pop pills. It is a vicious cycle and the habit of it is very easy not to think about at all. Think about it and we have... (3 replies)
... ve been in this withdrawal thing before by reading what you wrote.. ... (4 replies)
... don't know about you but for me the mental obsession and compulsion was the hardest part. I could always get through any physical withdrawal symptoms... ... (6 replies)
Vicodin addiction
Jul 31, 2005
... search for the hundreds and hundreds of heartening stories of those who made it. You will come away afterwards feeling soooo much relief and optimism! ... (21 replies)
... I am 28 days clean from a vicodin addiction that lasted over two years. Even though it was "only" vicodin and not as strong as the percocet, I was taking as many as 18 pills per day and was completely terrified and miserable. ... (26 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. ... (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. ... (4 replies)


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