Addiction To Fiorinal

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tammy Says:


I need to know how to break an addiction to fiorinal



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Verwon Says:

Fiorinal contains Aspirin, Caffeine and the Barbituate Butalbital.

What kind of withdrawal effects you may experience depends on how long you have been taking it and how much you have been taking.

I suggest speaking to your doctor.

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aardvark Says:

Doctors recognize that both physical and pyscholgical addiction may develop from prescription medication use, even following prescribed doses. It is not your fault. Please get help from recognized addiction treatment providers, including your own doctor. One may also develop medication overuse headache or MOH from too-often used meds. Breaking this cycle may be difficult, but can be done with help. Please ask for that help :) You deserve it. God bless.

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Verwon Says:

Regular use of medication results in what is called, in medical speak, dependence and the pain or headaches that result from stopping it are called rebound effects.

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