Butisol (Thread 209681)


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lotapian15 Says:

I am not sure but long in the past I took butisol for headaches. It was an old school drug. This I know know is 20 or more yrs. later was part of the spinal birth defec they found when I was in a major car accident. I used to take oxy oc's but tried for 60 days to adjust to them. I couldn't. Today I switched meds and it is such a relief. I was afraid nothing else work. They have practically tied the Doc's hands on meds for pain. Everyone trying to make these new ones to abuse are wasting your money. Those of you that need them for pain and used them right, and now they are not working switch. I was afraid so many things I had tried never gave me relief, but there are options. Don,t give up and don't tough it out for a change or fear. Niether is going to happen. Start over it is worth it. ! 1 day i feel so much better and they just did not help me any more they made me extremely sick. The butisol I have gottten in a small dose of 30mg. for anxiety. The butibital has the asprin/codiene are a little different. They have a mild barbituate in them. They used to be 100 or 150 mg. Not that expenseive either These older cheaper meds they just don't use anymore it is now the med of the year. I'd like to hear from the people who have given up on the new formulation of the oxy's I'd like to see the big guys take a big hit over this one!

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