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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2011 8:58 pm 
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We all know how horrible the cramps, RLS, and leg pain can be. But does anyone else get back pain? Its a dull ache in the middle of my back that starts after standing for more than an hour. I really hope this is a withdrawal symptom and not a real back condition. I'm finally going to be clean, then I'm going to go to the doctor and say I have back pain and they'll be like "Take some vicodins, yo!" (thats how doctors talk). Tell me if anyone else has experienced this during WD.


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That is classic opiate w/d nerve pain. It goes in the legs and in the back. You have not (most likely anyway) developed some new back condition. I've had the legs so far but not the back (much anyway). They both suck. I regularly dream that I cut my legs off and then I regret it. :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 11:43 pm 
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the Back pain is most likely associated with your w/d remember your brain chem is all messed up from the sub it will take time for all the extra receptors in your brain to calm down remember time is your friend plus drink lots of liquid to flush your system. good luck keep it up.


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