What Happens If You Suddenly Stop Taking Endocet

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if i have been taking a 30 day supply of endocet and run out and then stop taking it after my last pill what will happen???



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janro106 Says:

i would like to stop my bupropion xl tabs (300mg) i take one a day. what is the best way to do this,what are the side effects!

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ferlin Says:

what will happen if i stop taking medicine thyronorme 100mcg


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Verwon Says:

Regarding the Endocet, even though it is a narcotic, if you've only been taking it for 30 days, stopping it shouldn't result in any severe issues. You may experience some mild withdrawal symptoms, so it may be annoying for a few days, but they should pass fairly quickly.

However, everyone is different, so this may not apply to you and if you suffer serious issues you should consult your doctor.

The Bupropion works on brain chemicals, so if you've been taking it for a long time, a sudden cessation may result in both rebound and withdrawal effects. These could possibly be worse than the symptoms you started taking it to treat.

Usually a slow tapering of the dosage is done to try to minimize these effects.

If you stop taking your Thryonorm, there won't likely be any severe withdrawal or rebound effects, but you can expect the symptoms of your thyroid issue to return fairly fast.

Learn more Endocet details here and you can learn more Bupropion details here and there are more Thyronorm details here.

Once again, everyone is different, so stopping a medication may affect you more or less severely than it does others and if you experience problems you should consult your physician.

Are there any other questions or comments?



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