you would be replacing one opiate for another and its keeping you in addictive cycle of using to avoid dealing with addiction and the discomfort that comes with it .I did it for years and years it was not until I truly desided I wanted to get clean that I had to change addictive behavior
Um.....If you are taking 6 darvocet vs. 5or10mgs @ say 6 per day, you may be fooling yourself .......I don't get how you can feel any withdrawal at all.......A huge part of addiction is "mental".......that's all I will say.
I have done that in the past when i was in active addiction, I would run short on my meds, then use my wifes weeker durgs to stay off the w/d, it can work if you have the will power not to use to get high but just help with the w/d I would NOT take over 3 darv a day for no more than a week, also if you are not having some w/d you are taking to much Darv. after a week go to 2 a day for a day or so and then 1 then none, but it is very risky, there is no free ride from addiction, you will have to go thru some w/d but you can ease them up with this plan. Good luck to you and posy very often it will help you
We all have to get thur this, I know we got here thur some help of our Drs i did, but it was me that took more and more, and I had to figure out why i did that i have now, there is a reason we used so much pain med, and it wasnt for pain that we used so much. I would like for you all how have not read this post WHAT DO YOU THINK LED TO YOUR ADDICTION to look that up and read it, I think if we are all honest with ourselves, we will find our addiction happened for a reason other than we had pills. I blamed my dr.wife,kids,my boss who laid me off, you name it, but I finaly relized i used to cover up much deeper issue's that had to be dealt with, once i did that and treated that, I could move past getting thur w/d and onto a drug free life, please go look this up it may help.
i have been heavily addicted to darvocet! it breaks down into a synthetic morphine. i am happy for those who didn't suffer from it like i did. i know many people who've had terrible darvocet addiction. IMO you should get off the opiates completely. find some valium or ativan or something similar. please be caerful. best of luck! peace, sway
I agree w/ sway, i was addicted to darvocet and many think it is a "weak" opiate it sure made ME feel horrible when I stopped. I think the best advice is YOU know what and how is best for you to quit this dangerous circle. Stay Strong Brrrad
i have a question ok i have been taking lortabs 10s 5s 7.5s oxycodone any mg or darvocets when i run out to keep these horrible w/d away. but for the last past three weeks if i even take one 7.5mg lortab my head starts feeling real light my body feels light an start shaking like a real nervousness shake my heart starts to rase an i want to stop taking the but im addicted an if i stop im going to go threw horrible w/d an if i do take them i feel like im going to die so please help me what to i do cuz im only 23 an this is so embarrasing i dont want to die i have two beautiful kids help
I just happen to be sitting here. This post is some year and a half old and it may get over-looked by accident. Why don't you go tot he top of this page and hit the green Post A Question button. Follow the simple instructions and start your own thread. That way it will be just yours and members can help you, okay? If you need help doing this, let someone know.
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