I'm 19 and on day four of withdrawing from Hydrocodone and oxycontin. Ever since the first 2 times I went through the **** (gone through it maybe 2 or three more times) since then, the symptoms seem much less intense, shorter and more bearable. Probably due to my keeping it to smaller doses. On the second day, I felt good and worked out, no problems, thought I was getting better quick. Third day, still good. Now today on the fourth day, I'm getting diarrhea really for the first time of the withdrawal. It must be because I stopped taking 2-4 lomotil a day to control it. It must be. You know thinking back, I remember a time awhile ago where 7 days after I was still having stomach issues and I was using lomotil. I take the lomotil because Imodium really doesn't work that well for me. What do you think I should do? Drop the Lomotil immediately and just deal with the Imodium?
I think you will have it only a few days....I didn't use anything for it, because I think it cleaned out my system. I drank a lot of water, and ate a whole lot of fruit...especially bananas( for the potassium and other minerals)....keep on going. I am on day 12. Love to you Jerri
is lomotil a small dose of demerol? whats the comparison? im also an opioid addict tryn to get clean. The withdrawls are really bad! been on them 20+ pills a day 4- 10 years. could the lomotil help ease my withdrawal pains?
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