Stilpane Tablets (Thread 260123)

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elliette Says:

If a person is addicted to stilpane & takes between 20 - 40 tablets a day, what can they take to stray away from it?

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Darren Says:

People this addiction is fatal. If you are taking around 14 to 20 and especially if its over 3 to 4 years, chances are your liver is already damaged at least by around 50%- 70 %. Consult a doctor for help if you cant leave it on your. If your really want to leave it DONT just stop, cut the dosage down slowly day by day, in this way you wont really feel intense withdrawal symptoms, Remember taking 2 tablets can cure the headache you will get but dont take the tablet for no reason and please eat. I have damaged 80% of my liver taking stilpane. Life is more important. Look at your family and friends around you, you can beat this.

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Abhijeet Says:

I was also in the same boat..then i started eating 2 cold apples and 1 glass of mix fruit juice every day.....avoided all the spicy foods, red meat, included plain yogurt with some black pepper daily with my really helped me.... in 3 weeks, there was no addiction, for headaches, i started using externals tiger balm...they dont have any side effects......main reason was the no more aerated drinks....only fruits juices.....pomengranate one is natural acidity killer.....have ur meals by 8pm....reduce time spent in sunlight, wear cap/sun glasses, always carry water bottle with you.....

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akshay Says:
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Hi. I'm a 42 year old male and I take more than 40 tabs a day. I feel sick wen I wake up..and I start taking 4 tabs and 4 tabs again and continue throughout the entire day. I really want to stop because I don't feel happy. I lost weight. I'm depressed. I used to be a happy person. Please help me as I know I'm killing myself... What can I take plz?

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Willy Says:
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Which country in Europe can I fill a prescription (for painkillers) called stilpane or an equivalent?

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liam Says:
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Re: Darren (# 1)

Hi. I need help with my mom... I'm 17 and have been going through horror for the past two years and today I think my mom had a seizure... Please advise.

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Ria Says:
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Re: akshay (# 3)

Hello. I need to stop this Stilpane addiction and I need help.

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