Spasmo Proxyvon Side Effects / Withdrawal Effects

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dr shonu Says:

I am taking spasmo proxyvon 18-20 tablets per day since 5 years continuously, but now each day i'm having pain in stomach, nausea, and vomiting. I want to stop taking these pills forever, so plz tell me the withdrawal effects and long term side effects of the tablets. Please help me.

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sreemoy Says:

i have been addicted to sp for the past ten years taking 4 to 5 a day. i am healthy & strong. i do exercises everyday and have a good appetite. now i want to stop taking this .....please help me out. i want to stop in a proper way to restrain the withdrawal effects.

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David Says:

Spasmo Proxyvon contains the active ingredient Dextropropoxyphene. The severe or irreversible adverse effects of Dextropropoxyphene, which give rise to further complications, can include Sinus tachycardia, Hypotension, Orthostatic hypotension, Seizures, Dependence, Cholestasis, Psychosis, Sinus bradycardia, Syncope, Decreased libido, Biliary obstruction.

Dextropropoxyphene produces potentially life-threatening effects which include Convulsions. which are responsible for the discontinuation of Dextropropoxyphene therapy.

The symptomatic adverse reactions produced by Dextropropoxyphene are more or less tolerable and if they become severe, they can be treated symptomatically, these include Dizziness, Headache, Drowsiness, Nausea, Vomiting, Anorexia, Restlessness, Palpitation, Constipation, Abdominal pain, Skin rashes, Blurred vision, Confusion, Pruritus, Jaundice, Sedation, Malaise, Diaphoresis, Flushing, Elevation of liver enzymes, Dysphoria, Vision disturbances, Hyponatremia, Urinary RetentionX, Confusion.

In pure form, it might surprise you that Dextropropoxyphene is actually commonly used to ease the withdrawal symptoms in people addicted to opioids. But I would imagine withdrawal effects to be quite similar to a number of those adverse reactions mentioned above.

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subrata biswas Says:

you have to take Nitrosun 10 3tab a day..........

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sampad N Goswami Says:

buddy, its high time for you to quit addiction, I what i can suggest to is visit any psychologist or Neuro doctor
Or you Can visit any Rehab ,they will take care & help to become de- addict person,

And Main Thing is to believe in your own mind

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jiganihua Says:

i am a heavy user of this capsules,i want to quite please help by not letting anyone of my families and friends knows.

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Mrinal Says:

I was a addict of SP but now I an free from SP.I know what is your problem now.But what will you do.Only Alcohol help you.without Alcohol & SP you should not sleep.You always khow that it is would be good person.may I god bless you................

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gang Says:
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hi fren....
as u mention above about ur doseage i wld recomend u to visit or consult a doctor asap.

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Alok Says:
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I have taken 20 capsules per day of Spasmo Proxyvon for the last 5 years. Please help me.

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Lama Says:
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Whoever is addictive, I suggest go to doctor or rehab center

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pawan Says:
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mera naam pawan h sir mene 3 year pahle spasmo proxivon capsule khaye the ab 3 year ho gay h chode hua in capsulo ko PR meri tbyt 3 year se kharabh mai bhot preshaan hu kya kru aap btayo mere pait mai drd hota h or back pain bhi hota h or loosmotion jyada hote pait think nhi rhta h ges bhi bhot jyada bn rhe h mai kya kru sir mere helth kharabh hoti ja rhe h wait bhi bhot km ho gya h 68 se 62 ho gya h plz Docter Shaab kuch btayiye ya koi medicine bta do mai this ho Jau plz aap se request h reply jarur krna aap aap ke reply se meri jaan Bach Sakti h plz sir

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abhishek Says:
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Hello guys. I was addicted to spasmo proxyvon. Those who use it I beg you not to take anymore. This drug will eat u up. I have come out of this addiction. I used to have 15 capsules for around six years and I left it because I started having heart problems. If anybody needs help you can write me back. Good luck

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Aman Says:
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Can you help to guide the process you followed for de addiction?

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Akash Says:
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Please help me with my withdrawal. I can't sleep and I am feeling very weak... I want 2 stop it without telling my family.

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Rahul Says:
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Hello. I have made up my mind to quit it and today it's my 3rd day off this f***ing drug. I am facing withdrawals so I I'm taking Brufene for RLS and alprax for insomnia. I need ur help. For how long should I continue this medication to prevent withdrawals and get a good night's sleep? I can't sleep if I don't take alprax. Please help.

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King cobra Says:
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You should visit a doctor a good one because some doctors like neuro and psychiatric may prescribe you directly Xanax or Valium. First try to visit psychologists before going to these medicine doctor.

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Redblack Says:
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I need your suggestions brother. My history is same as you except that I use to pop like 28-30 pills a day.

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King cobra Says:
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I know how difficult is to come off of spasmo proxyvon plus. Since 2010 it had dextropropoxyphene in it. And now still the proxyvon plus don't have tramadol in them. For those who want to quit these drugs just go to doctor for support. Try tramadol and alprazolam and ararax to prevent nausea. The first week will be a little difficult but after that you get used to it. Try avoiding medicine like acetaminophen or paracetamol as it can cause liver damage. If you have been taking spasmo proxyvon for a long time then the only solution is to go to a doctor. If you OD on proxyvon not a single hospital can help you because even doctors don't know what is inside it. A doctor at Sakra hospital told me this.

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Jammy Says:
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I was regularly taking spasmo proxyvon for the last ten years. I gradually reduced from 16-20 to 8 capsules per day, then to 4 capsules per day and finally only to 2 capsules per day. Then I set a quitting date and finally I quit my bad habit. I didn't go out for 2 days and meanwhile I smoke whenever I feel the urge. I increased my liquid intake and focused on bodybuilding. I also started eating more fruits. Now by God's grace Alhamdollilah I am free from this blue monster. Only a strong will power and control of mind is needed. May Allah bless us all.

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