Matt, I saw your general post and also read the one you sent to me personally while I was at work several hoiurs ago. I actually tend to check that thing fairly regularly throughout the day, though I don't want to start posting from work.
I think you will be finding that your "painless" first day doesn't carry over into a four day vacation on the clouds. The REALLY wonderful thought to keep hold of however, is that if you can just get through a few more days of this, you won't need to ever again go through the periodica withdrawal you probably went through regularly anyway each month. Right? Visualize the pain as a right of passage, a demonstrationof what this drug has done to you all these years. The last act is certain. You will prevail. Keeping posting. Fred
Just a quick note to wish you the best of luck with your impending CT! My thoughts are with you..I'm normally here on and off most of the night since my sleeping is still terrible so if you're awake and out time zones cross drop me a line if you feel like it..I find the nights to be the worst.
good luck and peaceful days :)
Hi Matt, Thought I would drop you a note to see how you are doing. The last time we "talked" I was very early into the withdrawal and we compared notes RE your plans to stop around Christmas. I have now put 16 days between myself and my last does of TRAM. I maintained personal journals, so you could consider how your own withdrawal might run. Good luck and do drop ma a note something if you want. Fred
Just a quick note to say hi!sorry to butt in but i really really recommend hyland's restfull legs. EVERYONE seems to get restless legs and it's beyond description horrible and keeps you awake even under gobs of sleeping pills. it works, it's cheap. just keep eating them until it goes away.
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