I am getting ready to get off oxycontin and dlilaudid benn on oxy for 3 years take 4 80mg pills a day along with six 8mg dilaudid a day plu 6 ativan a day. I know this is not going to be fun my script i took to fast I am going to run out early and instead of making excuses ect. I am going to just quit. any suggestion?
i would talk to ur doctor..that is a tall order to quit and u will need his help..do-able but being honest with ur doctor is important...if u cant be honest with him/her than u get nowhere no matter who else u r honest with...this means getting ur pills suplly reduced if he helps u taper/and eventually cut off,,,but if u r ready to quit then it doesnt matter...being honest here with ur problem was important to get help...being honest with ur doctor is even more important
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