How Long Does It Take For Hydrocodone To Get Out Of Your System
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Amy Says:


I have been on hydrocodone for five years 10 mg for what started out for back pain. The time has come for me to stop since it has become an addiction.

I will be out Friday 05/11/2012 and will begin to detox myself @ home. just wanting to know how long they take to get out of your system, and things to do to help while going through the with drawl process.



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Bbkas Says:
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Re: lynz0803 (# 6)

I was on tramadol. And I did get addicted to it but I was on three pills a day and having a hard time getting off of it.

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Aud Says:
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Re: Nacolla (# 11)

How do you get off the suboxin???


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Patty Says:
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To Peace and Love..Let me get this straight, you are a pain management patient who is prescribed Suboxone.. The doctor has told you if you are on any other opiates you can go to jail?? Unless you are on Probation or Parole for drug offenses, your doctor is lying to you. This is just so wrong on so many levels it makes no sense. I would hire a lawyer ASAP. No doctor can have you arrested for such a stupid reason.. You signed a contract saying that if you take any other opiate than what your prescribed you can be thrown off, but as for going to jail that is illegal unless you are as I said before on Probation or Parole.

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Curious Says:
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I have a U/A Dec. 15th. I haven't taken any hydro's in 11 days. Will they be out of my system by then?

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sandra west Says:
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I need a pain medencine that would stop my back from hurting it goes to my leg real badpain i am a type 2 dibetuc

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lanie Says:
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I took about 10 pills a day back in the 90s for severe back pain and my dr fed then to me like candy. I went cold turkey a and I thought I was going to die. ...I started taking them again after my divorce and bought them from a dealer and I knew I couldn't go through that again so went to rehab and they gave me suboxen for 7 days. ..it's amazing but it's not supposed to be taken for long periods of time. I had small withdrawals but only lasted about 3 days and they were mild! When I did it on my own they lasted for 21 days and it was pure hell!

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lea Says:

hey Nicole they don't stay in your body long drink a lot of water and pee a lot and they will be out sooner

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Nicole27 Says:
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I have been taking hydro 7.5 for 11 days now. How long will it stay in my body for? I really need to know an honest answer! Thanks.

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Daisy Says:

If I take 1 hydrocodone today and 1 tomorrow, when will it be out of my body?

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Sue Says:

tramadol is addictive; it metabolizes through the brain and body the same way that hydrocodone/narcotics do; that is why tramadol is a controlled med now. It does help to come off of hydro by using tramadol, so one step at a time....

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nacolla Reyes Says:
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I would NOT recommend doing it at home it's more pain then you realize. It'll take days before your out of pain. There is a medicine called Suboxone you really need to get on it instead of just detoxing at home it will help your body not go into so much pain.

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doodlebug Says:

suboxin is a nightmare to just like pain pills

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Beentheredonethat Says:
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While everyone is bragging on suboxone (which really does work and helps unbelievably, just don't use them for a long period of time) as it is very hard to come off of them and in my past experiences actually harder to come off of than the actual persciption(s) your trying to kick. But in a step program and in a very short amount of time like only a weeks worth it would work great. But don't allow yourself to go into a month of use as then it is harder IMO to get off of the suboxone' than the original PRESCRIPTION your getting off of. Most will tell you continued used for this is just as hard if not harder to come off of than the actual drug is itself for some reason. But when used for short times like I said in the above for a week or 2 tops then you should be through the withdraws of the original drug or PRESCRIPTION your trying to beat, so wean your self from them as well, because your body is use to being more/less addicted to one or the other and you will become dependent on either one of these also.. I hope this helped and "YES" I have learned this from personal experiences and also others issues as well, so I would have to claim this as factual.

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nacolla Reyes Says:
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I would NOT recommend detoxing at home! I can't begin to describe the pain, there is a medicine called Suboxone it is to help take you off of opiates without wanting to hurt yourself because of how painful it is. Please trust me call and get Suboxone to help you.

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PeaceAndLove Says:
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YES!!!! Hello all. To answer your questions, I am in pain management.. I am on Suboxone that saved my life because I was addicted to hydrocodone! I slipped up and took 10 pills a day or more for 6 straight days (Also With AZO'S Every Day) without taking the Suboxone on those 6 days, then stopped the hydrocodone and continued on with Suboxone for eight days and I had a 12 panel drug evaluation on that 8th day at 10:30. I drank a gallon of water each day for five days. On the eighth day was my drug panel, so it had only been out of my system for 7 days really 8 if you count the day of my drug panel as well!! I'm 5'8 and weigh 140 pounds! I knew and had been warned that if it was in my system I would be arrested or be kicked out period. No questions asked per the dr. so I was so worried until I saw him again in 2 weeks. Doesn't matter they're all pills you had or a prescription you just happened to pick up, you're out or worse jail! I passed so needless to say I will never be stupid enough to even consider doing it ever again in my entire life. I will stay on the Suboxone! Glad I passed or it was over for me so 7 or 8 full days for hydrocodone not to come up on a 12 panel. I know this is old but I'm just letting you all know that I would at least give it "7" full days! Thank you. Hope this helps

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ann Says:

tramadol is highly addictive I've been on em for years the withdraw is horrible its a nightmare my advice if you can stop em do it but if you have been on em awhile don't quit cold turkey slowly do it good luck

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Kathy Says:
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Can you get in trouble at pain management if u take pain meds that you were once prescribed

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Cheri Says:

That's what I am taking as well, and let me tell you, it works!! I don't know what I would have done without the help of finding Suboxone/Subutex I just Thank the good Lord above that I did!! <3 <3 :-)

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Tank Says:

Maybe you should try getting a script from your Dr for suboxone. This seems like most of the other peeps are saying this because its as hard as trying to wheen pups off their moms teet's.

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Nacolla Says:

I would NOT detox from opiates at home. I tried and cant begin to describe the pain I was in all through my legs well whole body. I had detoxed myself from methamphetamine and coke so I thought heck opiates would be a breeze, NOPE!!!! that was the worst feeling I had ever had I wanted to die. Please go to your doctor and ask about Suboxone. It will help you through the withdrawal from opiates. It's really a must.

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