Is there anything over the counter that will get rid of the chills from wd's? I am trying to get off these Oxycodone 15mg pills that I've been on since my surgery and I can't get over the chills. It keeps me going back since it's so strong. I use Gaba for anxiety and it helps a lot and Hylands for RLS but what about the chills? My doc wouldn't prescribe Clonidine so over the counter it must be.
You may have already heard this a bunch of times.. but warm baths really do help with the chills... if you are able for the first few days take time off from your daily responsibilities and soak in a nice warm/hot bath on and off... when you get out just dry off and put cozy pj's on and get right into a cozy bed or get nice and comfy on your couch... this does help with those horrible chills... best of luck to you... :)
I never really found anything that would help the chills during withdrawal..Ativan helped me sleep, but my bed would be soaked with sweat by the morning..Maybe someone on here will be able to help you! Good luck and congrats on your decision!
My GP wouldn't prescribe Clonidine. I can't really take too many baths since I have a 3 year old son in my care. I don't really have too many days that I can take baths. Of course I may have the opportunity once a day to take a shower or bath like any other person but that will only help my chills for about 20 minutes a day, I guess I'll just have to suck it up. To answer the question asked, yes I do sweat heavily. I'll be soaking wet and freezing together.
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