About Me: Female, 36, bridgeport, CT, member since May 2011
Im not an addict i had mutiple kidney stones surgery and wrist surgery i started taking vicodin & perks 2 yrs ago ive benn hook i take 3 to 4 pills daily i try quitting its 2 pain ful i try detox but they kicked me out due 2 not having enough on my system right now is M
[More]on and 2day is my last supply of vicondin soo im going 2 have 2 quit cold turkey again starting 2morrow these narcodics has detroy my life cant consentrate right at my job or schook i freak out when i run out & i know my doc aint going 2 give n more refill i had 2 open up 2 my boyfriend and family & i feel soo ashaimed of myself i just i dont know what 2 do no MORE???
Just a quick note to say hi! how is it going? it does get easier i hope u r having some better days. i cant believe i did it i couldnt last 6 hrs let alone almost 100 days wow congrats to u keep it up its worth it.. dove
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