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... I totally agree REC. I don't want to be argumentative BodyMechanic, but I just think you made a critical error in your line of thinking in responding to the poster. Just hear me out, and we can agree to disagree if it comes to that! :) 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)
... I saw your post as I was cruising the messages today and although I have a low level addiction to vicodin which I am tapering off of I will give you my best thoughts on this. From what I understand it is the first five days that are the worst. ... (39 replies)
... Hi. I am addiction medicine doctor and have a lot of patients on buprenorphine. When they withdrow, they say it is easyer than methadone, even easier than tramadol. you could compare that to benzodiazepine averse effect - like diazepam or alprazolam: no psychological problem, more somatic problem. But best part is that you could go directly to naltrexone that is part of... (33 replies)

... Hi I've been on Suboxone for 3 weeks, I take 16 mg per day. I can see dosing down slow will not be any trouble because it lasts a long time in your system. ... (33 replies)
... This site is great.. I don't even know how I found it but I am thrilled to find people that have the same probs I do. ... (15 replies)
... I agree with Tat I also think your withdrawl severity will depend on how many you were taking and how long. If you taper yourself and cut down little by little that will help the withdrawl and how long it will last. ... (3 replies)
... but they tried to understand. I am talking about my husband and 27 year old son and 36 year old daughter. They know more than anyone how much pain I am in but didn't want me to get addicted either and I felt like they were always questioning me but also supporting me at the same time. ... (15 replies)
... Perhaps these the intensity of the withdrawl symptoms of these two different addictive substances, were different with each of us. You mentioned going to work while coming down from alchohol. ... (59 replies)
... as bad as it is now. She says "Can't you take something for the pain". I was sooooo upset at that comment, like she forgot what I was going through already and how much pain I have had for the last 9 years. ... (15 replies)
After Withdrawls
Sep 11, 2003
... I was on Vicodin for 3 months after a spinal surgery. I have always loved opiates, had a problem awhile back with Darvon. ... (1 replies)
Scared to stop..
Feb 18, 2005
... To answer you questions on withdrawl and quitting vicodin you'll have to give up some more information. How much were you taking and for how long? ... (10 replies)
... I went from his office directly to the only Lawyer in town, I mean how DARE this man hold me captive like this? ... (11 replies)
... not sure, i was a little dizzy, i dont really have vicodin to fall back on anymore... only 2, 7.5 pills, close to nothing. i guess ive tried to reduce the Oxy. ... (23 replies)
... I had gone throug a little withdrawl from vicodin a few years bac.. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, I just want to make sure that I understand. You did go off of the suboxone also didn't you. How long have you been off and what are your symptoms of withdrawl like. ... (12 replies)
Adivece someone
Jun 1, 2004
... I tried to post before and do not know what happened to it I have been addicted to vicodin for almost 3 years now and am trying to stop cold I see a pain specialist for back pain and he allows me 1 vicodin es 2 times a day well I ran out No suprise and do not go back till the 7th I am planing on telling him I dont want them anymore But how long can I exspect to withdrawl... (13 replies)
... years the withdrawl was so horrid and I can use that word in my statement,lol now that it is over. ... (12 replies)
... Do not cold Turkey this unless you have not taken it long at a very low dose! ... (5 replies)
... I feel like if i had'nt used the short acting meds for so long i would'nt need this much now, and i also started feeling more like an addict then a person who was dealing with chronic pain. ... (2 replies)
... Vicodin a day is a considerable amount of opiate in your system, especially if your body is used to taking 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)


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