Pain Medicine Withdrawal

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How long due the withdrawal from pain pills last?

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Verwon Says:

It can really depend on how long you were taking them and the dosage, this can also affect how severe the withdrawals are.

If you were using them as prescribed and had been taking them for awhile, then you can expect the withdrawal effects to last anywhere from 2 weeks to a month.

You may experience various effects, including: nausea, diarrhea, sweating, chills, fever, anxiety and rebound pain.

You can read more here:

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diana Says:

what can i do when my doctor fotgot to prescribe my prescription on oxicodone 30mg on my due date and y go thru withdrawels.

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