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What Are Some Tips To Going Through Vicodin Detox
Help & support: Craving can be intense - human support (12 step meetings, counseling, groups) is critical. Achiness can be treated with hot packs, hot showers, tylenol (acetaminophen) or motrin, diarrhea with pepto bismol or kaopectate. Avoidance of caffeine, a healthy diet also help. Sleep problems can respond to chamomille tea. Your doctor can prescribe meds to help as well that are not opiates to treat symptoms. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seek medical support: Your doctor or specialist maybe able to help, other medication can be of assistance, whats important to also know is are your addicted to it or have you been on it a while and just physically dependent on it? The treatment would depend on this . Regardless it is a much more managable task when you seek professional help and support. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Iam on three dtugs which one is the easest to detox first gababintin benzos norcos (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)?
Mind over Matter: First of all if you are not abusing the medicines; you are not addicted to them. If you are taking them for certain medical problems, see which one is helping you the least and causing more side effects and Tapper it off first under MEDICAL SUPERVISION and then go to the next one if medically appropriate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Whats the best way to detox and get off of drugs? I've went inpatient 2 times and been sent ers to hospitals atleast 11 times and I almost took over my life. I was on soma, xanax, vicoden, adderall. I went in a coma and my parent called 911, I woke up the
Detox?: Detox is only the first step, and it seems you've already been through this at least twice. You seem to have some very persistent addictions, and may or may not be staying involved with outpatient recovery programs after discharge. This is the hardest part -- but also the most ongoing thing that will save your life. The big question is: are you willing to stop using? If so, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm going through Zoloft (sertraline) withdrawal and I take Vicodin. Will taking Vicodin stop or slow the recovery process from coming off of Zoloft (sertraline)?
No: These two medications act on the body in separate ways, so the use of Vicodin is not recommended for symptoms of withdrawal from Zoloft (sertraline). I would recommend that you discuss this with the Doctor who prescribed the Zoloft (sertraline) so that you can be appropriately weaned off the Zoloft (sertraline), if it is indicated. ...Read more
I'm going through Zoloft (sertraline) withdrawal and I take Vicodin for knee pain. Will taking Vicodin stop or slow the recovery process from coming off of Zoloft (sertraline)?
Improve it: And replace it with a far worse problem ...Read more
Is it normal to experience crazy legs, very emotional and weird in stomach and back going through day 12 of withdrawals for vicodin?
Yes: Depending on the length of time of use and the amount used of vicodin withdrawals can persist for weeks and even months, they tend to get less severe with time and may wax and wane. That is one reason relapse is very high with opiates because the discomfort lasts. Hang in there and seek medical help, medications can help to get through , but other support is also often neccessary to avoid relapse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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