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ms contin withdrawal
i had been taking ms contin 30mg twice a day for two weeks. i sopped taking it 2 days ago. i just want to know when these withdrawal symptoms will go away. i don't think mine is too bad compare to some other people but still very bad for me.
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If you stopped 2 days ago then you've probably only got a couple of days left with WD's.  If you were only on it for 2 weeks I doubt seriously if you will have much, if any at all, psychological WD's.  You'll be outta this before you know it.  Hang in there for a couple more days and you'll be good to go.  
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congrats...I would hope that you read alot on here so you never go back down that road..2 weeks  is not long but it does become 2 yrs before you know it..IT happens to the best of us..
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thank you very much for responding guys. i just want add something to my question. i had this fusion surgery about a year ago and since then i have been taking vicodin about 4 5 pills a day and now recently about 2 weeks ago i started taking ms contin instead. as i mentioned it has been 2 days that i'm off of both. now what i want to understand is that is this a vicodin withdrawal or ms contin?  
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Probably a little of both.  Extended use of either Vicoden or MS Contin will provide withdrawl symptoms.  SInce you were only on the MS Contin for a couple of weeks I'm guessing that most of your WD's are from the extended use of the Vicoden.  A year is quite awhile for your body to get used to the opiates.  
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