i started taking morphine-60mg a day and oxycodone-40-50mg a day about 6yrs ago from several kidney surgeries, after all that the dr's kept writing script after script. i found myself running out early every month an going thru aweful withdrawal for about 3 days every month for who knows how long.. well even with a pain contract my dr dropped me for missing an appt and i chose 2 go into detox cuz i was tired of hospital jumping every 2wks for a script. my last dose was march 28th, 2 days later i went to detox cuz it was unbearable. well its almost a month now and i still throw up whenever i eat an have had water diarrhea(sorry i kno its way TMI) but im at a loss..... should this still be happening an should my stomach hurt so bad? p.s. was on promethazine for the 6yrs as well and dont recieve that anymore either.
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