About Me: Female, 35, Oklahoma City, OK, member since Sep 2008
Well little bit about me...Hmmm I have Crohn's disease with severe joint pain. So I have been taking Percocet (4-8tabs) on and off for about 5 years. Went to my doctot and told him I was done and and wanted to ween. I also suffer from lupus and I have severe anxiety an
Hi, I was reading your answers to posts and they were very helpful. i am 35 weeks pregnanct and i have been taking percocets throughout my pregnancy. I am in the process of weaning myself off of them but i need som e advice and help. How should i go about weaning off??
Thanks for the information....like I said...it is the depression I am most afraid of...just thinking about it sends me into a panic!! Are you living in Germany now??? When is your hubby coming home?or is he home? My son-in-law is a Marine and will be deployed next April.....we are all dreading it. Again...to you and your family..thank you for your sacrafices keeping us safe...xxoo
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