I am a very strong person who just got perscribed the worst med in the world. This is the first time I have been able to come out and say I have an issue with these and need help. I am returning to work after 4 years off due to medical and know that I will be unable to do the work with my current stituation. I am wondering how many I should down to next and for how long? I want to be solid this time and keep on my plan (or lack there of). Sorry for going on and on
I don't want to take them anyomre, they make me feel like crap and irritable, but coming off of them *****. It is good to hear someone who has 15 days under their belt. Are you feeling better? Are you able to sleep yet? Are you still feeling depressed? I geuss what I am saying is does it get better and do you once again feel like your old self (before trams)? I am very serious about this. I am thinking I am going to have to taper. I am also thinking about seeking a doc out who can put me on subzone? (the detox drug).
Hey Sleepless, Thank you so much for your message a few days ago and then for checking back in! I have gone down from 28-30 a day to 20 for the last 4 days, going strong! It is now getting down that will REALLY suck. I have been on trams for the last seven years do to medical issues. Up until about 7 months ago I took them as directed, 4-6 a day. Then my medical issues got worse and I was tired of the pain when I started to take 9 then 12 a day; so on and so on. When I say my hubby doesn't know, I mean he knows I take trams for pain, but does not know how much I am taking.
Man am I glad to hear that yiu are doing better. God has great plans for us all. Unfortunately we have our own silly agendas that usually lead us to trouble. Keep hitting the gym it will help a lot and try to get a daily read in Word. The book of Proverbs has 31 chapters for a daily read. It is a great place to get some wisdom for the day. Hmmm, I think that I going to take my own advise and read todays Proverb after I finsh typing this !!
Take care my friend,
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