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Nerve damage
Has anyone here experienced nerve damage from long term tramadol/opiate use?  I have read that this is possible.  I am having tingling pain in my shoulder blades and soreness down my spine.  Any experiences??  I am 37 days clean of tramadol and 3 days off fiorcet    
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I'm 27 days off vic's, off an 8-year habit, and I still have tingling in my arms, sometimes legs.    It's not consistent, just sometimes, and occasionally it feels like I'm getting little electrical shocks.    I never thought of it as nerve damage, but you may be onto something.
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How did you get off the floircet did you taper off or did you CT of it ? I personally have never heard of nerve damage you would have to go to the doctor and get it check out .
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italia that might be rls some people get it in there arms and legs
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Thanks - for some dumb reason I just assumed that RLS affected just legs.  
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For some people they get it in there arms as well ...I really feel for people I only had it in my legs I can not imagine having it in both
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I tapered but then relapsed to 2 a day for a week and then went cold turkey 3 days ago.
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demi when did the tingling start?
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It has Been pretty consistent since I went off the tramadol. I remember a few days when I was clean of both drugs that I had no pain.  As soon as I relapsed to the fiorcet it started back again.
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