Hi everyone! Just checking in....
I've been gone for a few days, but I've reached my 15th day and all is well..still tram FREE. I've gone from sneezing 20-30 times a day to just a few...energy level still goes up and down...but otherwise, I'm so happy that I don't have to take medicine anymore.
Hillbilly: I cried when I read your post. I hope that things work out for you. Hang in there.
Sandie: You're SO close. I know you'll make it. I just know it.
Boe: Thanks for reminding me about recovery not being linear. It's so TRUE. Thanks for giving me an idea of how long it may last..I feel like I'm right behind ya...I'm just playing the waiting game..
Tramaqueen: Good for you. Tram Free living is awesome...even with the bad days. Keep moving forward.
Lillyval: I'm glad you found us. You'll find great support here if you truly want to quit but as everyone here will tell you: always consult with your doctor...
Here's a site that I heard about on the radio:
I don't know much about it, except the small bit that I heard on the radio. Basically, the organization will find a physician in your area to help you detox from opiates...but you'll have to check out the information yourself to find out the details. If it helps one person, I've done my part. However, I know NOTHING about the medication they give for the treatment, so if you know of any information about it, please share it with others so that they are able to make sound decisions.
Good luck to all that pursue this treatment and those that are fighting the good fight on their own.
STRENGTH AND HOPE to all that want to quit tramadol and THANKS AND GRATITUDE to all that contributed to my making it to the other side!!!!!
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