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If I stop fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) now (33 weeks) will baby still experience withdrawal symptoms? I have only taken for 2 weeks.

If I stop fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) now (33 weeks) will baby still experience withdrawal symptoms? I have only taken for 2 weeks.

Fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine): Taking Fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) for a short period of time (two weeks) will not cause addiction or tolerance. Therefore, withdrawal symptoms would not be expected. There are seven weeks remaining in the pregnancy and likewise your baby should not suffer symptoms of withdrawal. ...Read more

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Piate withdrawal help?

Piate withdrawal help?

Opioid withdrawl hel: I assume you want to stop taking opioids. If you have been on these for a long time then have an md taper you off slowly. Alternatively if you have problems you may be a candidate for suboxone. Talk to your md. ...Read more

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What are they effects of heroine withdrawal?

Heroin Withdrawal: My heart goes out to you for needing to ask this valuable question. Withdrawal, which can include severe nausea, vomiting, shakes, seizures, sweating and shivers can be deadly at its worst. It is always best to have an addict in a medical setting if they may go into withdrawal as the detox from their drug of choice. ...Read more

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Is oxycontin withdrawal painful?

Is oxycontin withdrawal painful?

Yes: You may experience moderate to severe stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, headaches. You should not stop medication cold turkey. ...Read more

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What can help nitrazepam withdrawal?

What can help nitrazepam withdrawal?

This is a BZD wd!: Nitrazepam is a benzodiazepine. The withdrawal can be very difficult and prolonged. It is better to do this under medical supervision. It looks like it is not available in the U.S. The places with more experience with bzd withdrawal are substance abuse rehabilitation treatment centers. ...Read more

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Can u withdrawal from Suboxone and why?

Can u withdrawal from Suboxone and why?

Opiate Withdrawal: The active ingredient in suboxone is called Buprenorphine (bupe). Bupe is by itself an opiate and is used as part of what is known as the harm reduction model with opiate replacement therapy. The harm reduction model attempts to improve the opiate addict's overall level of functioning while causing less harm and in some cases-death. Suboxone is not a cure for opiate addiction. ...Read more

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How long does saratonin withdrawal last?

Slow taper!!!!!: It could be a couple of days to over a week, depends on the medication that you are taking and the dose. The best way to avoid this is by properly coming off the medication on a slow taper. ...Read more

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How long does methadone withdrawal last?

How long does methadone withdrawal last?

See below: Methadone withdrawal may not peak for 7-10 days and may last for several weeks. In general, at pharmacologically equivalent dosages, studies have shown Methadone to produce a withdrawal syndrome that is less intense but longer lasting than that of heroin. However most people who have experienced both tend to rate the Methadone withdrawal as more severe. ...Read more

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How long will oxycontin withdrawal last?

Days: Depending on the route of use, withdrawal could start anywhere between 8 to 24 hours after last use, usually peaking 48-72 hours then subsiding, however even weeks after some symptoms remain, poor sleep, poor appetite, low energy and mood and if addicted strong cravings. If addicted to it relapse remains very high even after the acute detox process. Seek a professionls help. Meds are available. ...Read more

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How can I get help for social withdrawal?

Therapy or meds: Social anxiety is not uncommon. Many people see benefits from working with a counselor/therapist to find ways of dealing with these anxiety symptoms and developing better coping skills to handle them. For more severe cases medications can be very helpful. Also, there are a number of self-help books available on this topic. ...Read more