Lorcet Withdrawal

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hannah Says:


I'm in withdrawal. how long does it take?



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Verwon Says:

There is no certain answer to this, it depends on how long you have been taking it and how much you have been taking.

It can vary from several days to as much as 2 weeks.

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squishy Says:

i would like to know how long withdrawl takes from roxicodone

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travesty869 Says:

just deal with it. I have had to withdrawl from just about everything and they are not hard to deal with. Drink plenty of water, make sure you eat- even if you puke, deal with the pain and there will be pain!

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adam Says:

Hi, im a 37 yr old male and have been addicted to lortab 10 (Watson blue) for almost three years.. I have built up an ignorant tolerance of 8-15 per day.. they've begun to stop working, I have a friend who went to get on suboxone and so he would sell me some and id be ok for awhile but missed the euphoric high from the tabs.. recently I have been introduced to adderall and listen, honestly this is the most perfect thing I have ever ingested! I have researched add and took the tests online, every single one of them said see a doctor immediately, when I take adderall I focus, feel like I can get my work done and don't ever lose patience with ppl.. I've had 17 jobs in nine years, recently divorced, the house used to be a mess and now adderall has transformed my life and took me from the high number of lortabs, I only take three per day and only for the pain, my question is this, how do I approach a proffrsional doctor and explain to him/her that I have been illegally consuming drugs and want him to basically peddle them to me legally? Like I said, I do enjoy the feeling adderqll provides but yet it goes so much further, time spent with family, work, and friendships while im on adderall is like its never been before and my family and even my ex wife has commented on how very proud of me they all are that I seem to of found happiness and their all so glad and love to be with me now, but see, the dark side is the fact that im acquiring them illegally.. yes I have shame and guilt and never once been in any trouble, not even traffic violations, but if I get caught I will be in deep trouble.. im so scared that I can't get the very thing that makes me normal. Tabs help me to feel normal also until the adderqll, I abused tabs but honestly I only abused adderall the first week and ran out and felt like I was dying, like a cocaine hangover!! Anyway, what can I do to get help the right way as to not get in trouble? Thank u

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Jim Says:

I found that when I got switched to Tramadol, it cut down on the withdrawal dramatically. I had almost no severe symptoms. I had been on hydrocodone for twenty years on and off and I know what withdrawal feels like having gone through it a dozen or so times. Tramadol lessens the symptoms and is almost as effective. You can experience withdrawal symptoms with Tramadol too but the are much less severe

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JESSICA Says:

I KNOW JUST HOW YOU FEEL I AM ON ROXYS AND WHEN I FIRST GOT ON THEM I GOT A NEW JOB, I GOT BACK W MY FAMILY I MAKE GOOD MONEY I TAKE CARE OF MY DAUGHTER, PEOPLE LIKE TO BE AROUND ME... SO I HAD TO FIND A WAY TO LEGALLY GET IT SO I COULD CONTINUE THIS LIFESTYLE BUT THE ONLY DOWNFALL WAS A YEAR LATER AND AFTER LEGALIZED THE HAPPINESS WENT AWAY... WILL IT EVER LAST????

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JESSICA Says:

FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AFTER THE PAIN COMES THE MENTAL PART AND THAT NEVER GOES AWAY

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Annabelleaddict Says:

Wow sounds like a combo ive had a problem with myself!!

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Spike Says:

The withdrawals r way harder on suboxone and the adderall is speed in pill form bad withdrawals as well.

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Spike Says:

Hell tramadol is way cheaper and I'm a welder and fabricator them lil 50 mg ones get me threw tha day no prob

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rasnbrook Says:

your not going to get in trouble you obviously have an addictive personality your only mediating your self when really if you go see a doctor they can help you and find theunderlying condition you will have to detox off of everything....... it's only way

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