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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:01 am 
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Okay, so I was addicted to norcos 10/325. I was taking 25 a day. Then went to methadone then to subs. I just could not go from 2mgs to 0mgs. So I finally went to see a addiction specialist and he prescribed and told me what to get. This may not be for everyone, but just wanted to help.
1.SUDAFED-(behind pharmacy counter) FOR THE DRIPS IN NOSE
2.IMODIUM-(over the counter) FOR DIARRHEA
3. ZOFRAN-(prescribed) for NAUSUA
4. NUERONTIN(prescribed) it's takes away hot and cold flashes and anxiety
5. CLONIDINE (prescribed)takes care of the restless leg or kicking and anxiety
6.TRAZODONE (prescribed) Is a sleeping aid and u won't have nightmares on it.

Now I'm past the first 72hrs of nothing (meaning subs)and its been 6. I have 2 babies so I can't lay in bed and it helped me at least be able to manage. These meds literally saved my life and they work.
The first 3 days on this stuff will knock u put, but u need the sleep so this shit can come out.
So u just have to find AN ADDICTION SPECIALIST PSYCHIATRIST to be able yo get off.
Cus other Drs don't have a clue and will tell u to just deal with it.


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"finding" doctors and psychologists isn't that easy. Most here are americans and i'm sure alot of us do not have insurance. These suggestions are not that easy.


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UM, I don't have insurance either. The meds are only like $10 for a 15 day supply. Dont assume bro. Do ur research before talking. And what, I'm not "American" now? Sounds a little racist. N-e-ways, people have messaged me thanking me for this info. So don't be such a bitter hater!! Ur whining sounds like a little girl.


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LoveTunechi wrote:
UM, I don't have insurance either. The meds are only like $10 for a 15 day supply. Dont assume bro. Do ur research before talking. And what, I'm not "American" now? Sounds a little racist. N-e-ways, people have messaged me thanking me for this info. So don't be such a bitter hater!! Ur whining sounds like a little girl.


People get cranky around here sometimes... however without insurance those meds are much more expensive... I do not think he intended to be "racist" nor is "American" a "race". Its a nationality. Those suggestions are good. I hate Trazadone though, I like Seroquel much better.


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Omg, I hate Trazadone too now. It knocks me out but made me so tired and out of it the next day. What was ur experience with it?


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stephent wrote:
LoveTunechi wrote:
UM, I don't have insurance either. The meds are only like $10 for a 15 day supply. Dont assume bro. Do ur research before talking. And what, I'm not "American" now? Sounds a little racist. N-e-ways, people have messaged me thanking me for this info. So don't be such a bitter hater!! Ur whining sounds like a little girl.


People get cranky around here sometimes... however without insurance those meds are much more expensive... I do not think he intended to be "racist" nor is "American" a "race". Its a nationality. Those suggestions are good. I hate Trazadone though, I like Seroquel much better.





I like serequel much better as well....seems smoother...trazadone always stopped up my nose about the time I went to bed and I had to breathe through my mouth...kept me up ....serequel makes me go to sleep much better, and also seems to calm me down a bit. I know there are a lot of bad things said about it, but I have been on it a long time...even before the bup...it also works as an antidepressant or has that affect on me. To the original op the items you suggested sounds like you would have everything covered if you took those drugs in withdrawal...It is nice to have stuff like that around when you are sick with the diarrhea and rls and nausea. ...sounds to me like a good deal.

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Seroquel was always like a horse traq for me anyways. Good on that and the vivid dreams. Hell no. I had no idea about the neurontin... I have some here for my back causing numbness and tingling ill have to keep that in mind. In my withdrawal state I tend to stay away from those heavy things that will increase the already exhaustion/fatigue that exists. Is the trazodone mild? When I look it up it doesn't mention sleep instead its a psych med. Anybody hear anything about flexeril? I hear it's non addicting but who knows don't wanna go in the opposite direction.

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If it was just getting threw a week of physical withdraws then were back to normal no one would be on subs. It's the mental side of it that never really goes away after being addicted for so long. Depression , anxiety, insomnia ect, so we're off subs now where on Xanax and ambient, and Zoloft, I'm good with subs thanks anyway. ,


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