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weaning off tylenol-3

i been taking tylenol-3 on and off since 2004. in the last year i ,taken 1 pill a day for 1 year. on some days i may take one and half pill or two average at least three times a month. now i want to wean off and its seems so hard ,any suggestions,please i want off  .thank you
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Fortunately you are quitting before your addiction get totally out of hand - something most of us did not do.  There are two ways --- one is to quit C.T. and the other is to taper so that your body gradually gets used to less of the drug.  Your dose is low enough that you may want to consider just going cold turkey.   Get the vitamins and supplements from The Thomas Recipe and The Amino Acid Protocol listed below on this page --- then set a quit date and stick to it.  You may be uncomfortable for awhile but you should not have any major W/D's.   Keep posting.  All the best.
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Thank you soo... much for your information on this matter,and like wise you keep posting and helping others,thanks again
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