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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 9:47 am 
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Should I take valium and vics if they r in the hands of a responsible supporter for the sub wd's??


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[font=Comic Sans MS]Hello NOTREADY, and welcome aboard! A lot of people have done what you are suggesting
to do, though not long term. Afterall, its the vics and the likes that got us here in the first
place. I do know that when and if I am ready to jump, I Will propbably use a SAO like vicodin to
help get me through the rough days. Though, like you said, they would be in the hands of someone
responsible that I trusted, and had my best interest at heart.

As far as valiums go, they go a long way with helping with withdrawals. Just 5 mg helped me tremendously
when WD from my DOC. Just be careful with those as well becase the withdrawal from them can
produce seizures if abused, or taken for too long. I wouldn't take them for any longer than 2 weeks.

In summary, I don't see anything wrong with what you are thinking of doing to make the withdrawal
"just a little more tolerable". Good luck to you, and let us know if you have any more questions.
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Going Strong. Thanks for the reply and info. I will keep u posted. By the way cangrats on your recovery.


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