1556 days for me.
If you dont have the time to be sick, make the time to be well~~~
23 days without Norco and feeling like the REAL me! It's fantastic!
Quit Norco 54 days ago........feeling wonderful....better than I have in years!!
267 days been struggling the last month.
Omg I stopped counting..clean since march 9th. Smiling everyday......and having a wonderful life.
i will have 5 months tomorrow....
Id like to say that life can be hard at times but, [email protected]
it, we dont have to drink or drug over it anymore..WE have a choice today.
day 2 w NO vicodin would be on day 4 but relapsed w 10 pills on day 2:( BUT i think i NEEDED that relapse to REALLY know i wanted off... not having too bad w d's and am on my way back to the life i know when i was clean for over 3 yrs:)
183 day here!!!!
Congrats to all and stay strong!!!
It DOES get GREAT!!!
I thought I didn't talk anymore because the pills made me RAMBLE!! Apparently I ramble without them too!!!
262 here, Thankyou everybody on this forum, I can not stress enough how much you all have helped me. Whether I talked to you or just read your post, it all helped me more than I can describe.
68 Days!! Getting better and better and better. You think you have it all figured out and boom you get some more realization. Bad days come... Good days have been outweighing the bad this past month. Cant wait to see what this next month has in store. Everyone out there in their infant stage, press on. When it gets hard, PRESS ON! It will get better. Dont overthink things. What is happening to you is normal. I questioned every sinle withdrawal effect, Physical and Mental, the first 2 months. It is normal and we will prevail. Life is beautiful on the sober side. Not perfect, but beautiful!!! God Bless
11 days, and it feels goooood! I have energy. I get outta bed during the day. My skin looks bright and healthy. And all my friends and coworkers have noticed a change in my attitude. I had no idea how much of a b!tch those pills made me. So much happier now!
67 Days free of Hydros!!! I feel great! More like myself with each passing day. Hang in there, everyone! I could not have done it without this forum!
7 months tomorrow! This forum is very important to me. Thanks to all...
837 wonderful days...
Hitting 48 hours, moving on to day 3 and still staying strong, With a long road ahead
I have 32 days. I feel soooo good!
To everyone it gets better!!
Clean from Darvocet 170 days, clean from a bit of Percocet 114 days. Life is so good after staying away from the cheap thrills pills!
7 days....I love the support heres.
If my math is correct, it is 71 days for me! Just getting through one day at a time!!
I am proud to say I am at day 416!
What a year, quitting was the best decision I ever made, so worth it!
MH helped me get my life back and I will be forever grateful.
Reading these always puts a smile on my face, not only how wonderfully inspiring you all are, or how happy I am for your strength and sobriety BUT it gives me something to hope for. I can't thank you all enough for being you.
Cold turkey from fentanyl patch 50mcg for over two months now and off the morphine also for over two months. I had to, out of fear what these medications were doing to me. I was down to 108 pounds, had digestive problems and my pancreas was reacting to the pain medications and causing problems. This is one powerful drug to beat (8 times stronger than morphine) but it was devastating my body, brain and taking control and once I recognized the fear of what this drug was doing, I had to quit. Since quitting the fentanyl, I have gained 14 pounds, clearer thinking, have an appetite, better energy and better focus. Doctors (many I have been to) want to put me on the spinal cord stimulator for degenerative joint/disk disease but are willing to try other methods like acupuncture and more shots or hopefully a nerve block. Still getting second and third opinions but the spinal cord stimulator is going to be a last resort. Exercise helps. I am walking again for the first time in over 5 years. It took a lot to get this far but my doctor who knows my pain history was only trying to accommodate my pain issues. Unfortunately, the fentanyl patch which I had been on for almost 6 months had side effects I NEVER want to go through again. Proud of what I have accomplished and others that stay focused on how much control these pain medication take over you life. It takes a strong focus to recognize how much control these medications take but when you realize they are not doing the job, get off them and take back your life. It can be done and has been done and there are many people here that are proud of what they have accomplished as well as they should be.