Bonnie90505: This video was and still is very important to me..I hope if anything, this
will help someone to know you are NOT alone..share you experiences, not
everyone is the same. I am okay, finally seeing a new doctor, still under
pain management for my auto immune disease.
arrow tinza: I couldnt handled it, went to my docs. I felt like I was crawling out of my
skin. Told her I quit cold turkey and she said I shouldnt do that. Its hard
on the body. But she admire me of trying. She gave me lortab. I need to
take 2 to 3 for 3 to 4 days then drop down 2 a day then 1 a day to slowly
take me off completely. Now my wife will be keeping my drugs and will give
to me accordingly. Bonnie your an awsme chik. God has given you great
strength. I have ben doin my own prayn. i put 1 for ya ;)
mitchie7344: Love you hun. My journey starts very soon... in very scared, but it must be
Lenore k: Hi, I dont get on here often so the timing is amazing lol. Thanks so much
for responding to me. I'm going to begin doing it this week, scared to
death!! I'm doing it while I have the house to myself for the month. It
might not work but I am sure going to try. I'm down to six pills a day and
hope to drop fast and see how bad my own side effects will be. Might not be
so bad, crossing fingers lol. I will surely let you know what's up. I'm
also going to get a therapist as well while doing this.
Don Dressel: Josh you are so right!!! I am taking 8-10 norcos 325-10s a day and I have
tried to cut back to end up quiting and I am having the same problems as
you! Good luck and take care Don
Bonnie90505: yes, I think back and I still have some sleep problems, but not like when I
was going through withdrawls...
Nedrick Hunch: Are you in mi?
TayDaviesRawr: Seeing your video made me really wanna quit,im a 17 year old girl and im
highly addicted to xanax,vicodin,codiene,and norco's.I was first prescribed
codiene for tooth pain and ive been addiced ever since hopefully i will
overcome this soon.
Don Dressel: congratulations!!! How long did it take you before you felt a difference? I
take 8 norcos a day for my back and even talked to my doctor about getting
off but my back is very bad and I have a very bad time without them. My
doctor did not seem to concerned with me taking 8 a day but told me he has
patients calling the day after asking for refills. great for you I am sure
it was not an easy road!
Marlene ONeill: can you help me?
Hawaii Island Recovery: Indeed, trying to get off something that you've been taking for so long
isn't easy. Medical help is even advised to avoid horrible withdrawal
arrow tinza: Ive been going thru hell. 2nd day of no pills. I need to go through this
crap. I have a wife and son. Have bad shoulder pain and back. Told myself I
need to get off this drug. Been taking 7.5 lortabs. I have been dreaming
about them. I wished I never took them!!
Bonnie90505: I was on dilaudids for a while, and I really can't say if I had any really
hard times getting off of them, but everyone is different stages. I will
only take Norco,if I need something for severe pain, but its been since
June since I had my last pill..I have spondyli arthritis, I can't walk with
out taking Enbrel, which is why I don't need the pain meds, I just traded
one drug for another..Enbrel suppresses my immune system, and could cause
cancer..so I am in a situation that sucks big time!
Kyle Burns: Hey! I could not really hear your video but listen the best I could. I am
ver proud of you for getting off these things. They ruin lives and take
over peoples lives. I have had a problem with getting off these in the
past. After every surgery the time comes to ween off and it is super hard.
Withdrawals are the worst experience I can remember. It is worse then any
flu or food poisoning I have ever had. I was taking 10/325 and fentanyl
patches before and quit cold turkey. The 1st-4th day are bad!
Isaiah Bojorquez: Good for you friend. Stay strong and how are things for you now?
Scott Cupp: I pray you are doing well. Send some prayers for me this way as I will do
the same for you :)
cameleon Girl: This is not something someone online can help you with. I can only suggest
you try to get your Son into a detox at a Hospital because if you take him
to the er asking for narcotics to hold him over, than that is not
appropriate. I'm sorry for his pain but that is not the way to go if that
is in fact what has happened. If he said he wanted to commit suicide in
front of staff and they refused him, that is bad!! Legal or not is really
not the issue right now but to get your son appropriate help.
silk8668: Tell me about it. When I went off Pain meds, I sneezed non stop. I have
been with my wife for 20 yrs and she never heard me sneeze. She was
laughing everytime I sneezed and I said, You think this crap is funny? It
is clearing all toxins from your whole body. It gets better, Promise! 14
months clean after 9 years
Ryan Phillips: when im out of norcos my internet goes down too...im on day 8 its not that
bad .....i detox all the time though.... wish they would tell you before
they givem to ya they should be honest and say...... if you want to ease
your pain you need these....but there are strings attached like addiction
they should be blount and say pick your poision... personaly im glad they
didnt give me any thing stronger than 10s like perks or dilauded i bet this
is a cake walk compared to those.. stay strong good luc
lynnej1970 .: YEP THE WORST POART IS NOT BE ING ABLE TO SLEEP.ESPECIALLY THOSE TWITCHES
YOU GET AND NO MATTER HOW HARD YYOU SAY MIND OVER MATTER(WELL I DDI)I HAD
TO MOVE)TOSS AND TURN.
Bonnie90505: Hi, Its been about 6 months now that I have detox off of pain meds. My pain
is still here, it comes and goes. I do not have health insurance yet, and
still unemployed, so I am dealing with the pain, and will take Enbrel
injections if severe chronic pain comes, I continue to manage with over the
counter meds, just, there are times I could really use Norco to ease the
edge. Thanks for all your comments ♥Bonnie
Bonnie90505: please do it slowly, just cut back, I am not sure what to tell you,
except.please.let your doctor know what you want for pain management..I
live with pain now..but not as often..and please keep me updated.
accentplaya18: Im proud of you!
johny: you think norco withdrawals are bad try opana
Marlene ONeill: can you help me? Is it legal for a hospital to refuse to help someone
asking for mental help and for the police to tell me not to call if my son
needs help. He was forced to crash off of norco cold turkey and he was
suicidal I took him out of town and they knew what happened but gave him
vicodan will that hold him over until monday when he goes to a pain doctor
I am afraid to go to sleep I need to know if he is safe.
Life's A Game: Anyone who is having problems with opiate withdrawal needs to give kratom a
shot. I've went through opiate withdrawal several times and I finally broke
down and tried kratom. Literally zero symptoms. I was on roxicodone's for
about 2 years and then on the kratom for about 6 months, when I decided to
stop taking the kratom- I just quit cold turkey and waited for the pain to
start but nope nothing. Give it a shot.
rob mack: ive been takin 30 a day and now i dont got money to buy them off the
streets n i get 120 10/325 a month and morphine 60mg what should i do im in
lots of pain cuz i got surgery in my back n neropathy in both my legs
tobybirdmann: i wished detoxing only took 11 and a half minutes....... my legs hurt
silk8668: I quit cold turkey 14 months ago from being on them for 8 years all
prescribed for advanced disc disease, scoliosis, herniated discs and 2
buldging discs. The physical which took me about 10days is nothing compared
to 4 months it took me mentally. A living nightmare. I would do the
physical part a 100 times if that was the end of it. No one tells you about
the mental part. Your brain is healing from all the damage. I am married
with 3 young sons and went to work every day sick as a dog. BRUTAL
tpvalley: impressive that u managed to continue working.
Shannon Heston: I was on these for five years under a Doctor's care and now I have been off
them for two years but keep trying to find a way to get them
Bonnie90505: I can only imagine..but life is all about living, right!
Thewicked: I'm a disabled Army vet. I've been shot 3 times and my vehicle was hit by
an IED on 2 different times. I'm now in the care of the VA hospital and its
been 8 years since I have left the Army and the VA had me taking three 80mg
Oxy and four 10/325(hydro) well I decided to quit and some meds that helped
me quit cold turkey was Carbidopa 10/Levodopa 100mg taking it twice a day,
Baclofen 10mg 4x a day as well as gabapentin 600mg 3 times a day and some
hot showers as well.
Bonnie90505: thank you, I am proud to have shared my experience, I know there are so
many having to go through this, just knowing I could help someone not to
tpvalley: I was prescribed methadone for 12 years, 95mg daily, stopped over a year
ago, but had to have an operation (surgery) to remove gall bladder, I had
to wait 6 months for the operation and was given morphine and codiene which
messed me up/ reminded me of the feeling which makes life a nightmare for
me still; I think it feels like u have lost a loved one and u feel like u r
constantly grieving for ur past.
Ryan Phillips: for some odd reason benadryle has saved my ass and made wd much more
bearable....it help you sleep[ too!!! i take 125mg and it lasts all
day..try it... its cheap!!!! the only thing you have to loose is
daniellelaree30: Why coconut oil?
Lenore k: You are amazing for doing that while keeping your job!! I couldn't bare to
think of that omg! Best wishes
livelovedaydream: i will never take this norco garbage again, gave me the worst feelings
ever, id rather be in pain
justwant2bhappy: Good luck on your journey Bonnie. I know it is very hard for you. Good for
you on trying to get off the meds. I hope you talked with your Doctor about
it because I hear you can develope terrible side effects. Well my best
friend went through this and it was really hard for her.
Kneauche Smith: try tramedall, three a day should be enought to "trick" you brain into
forget about the other pills...
Nedrick Hunch: Are you in MI?>Better than milk thistle = Standard Process Simlaryn. Need
to get from a doctor who is honest. Twice a day.and do cranberry
juice.Cranbury juice comes in different flavors. I never liked cranbury
juice without some grape and now they have with blueberry
johny: very true!
Beth S: I am very thankful to have never had to take narcotics enough to long
enough to have to withdraw from anything, but I think this is great that
you shared this. My mom is hooked on Percocet and at 73 years old, it's
impossible to get her to see that she is in a stupor most of the time.
Every time she goes into the hospital, it's more from respiratory failure
or an injury from taking pain medicine. :( Sad.
Ryan Phillips: I take 15 norcos aday ive been out for 5 days its not that bad..just a lil
XPsilocybinDream: I got this stuff when i get my teeth worked on,I developed cancer now I
have cancer and have an infinite refill but I dont need them cause Im not
in pain ever from my cancer so I dont refill my subscription
DSdouble: Im not one of those assholes who is gonna rag on the person who made this
video. just to be clear. But I think evryone out there watching this,
especially other addicts, should know that this is not what u can expect if
u have a moderate-serious habit. 15-30mg a day of hydro is not much at all.
the wd's will be very very mild. If ur doing 15-20 norco 10's a day, or as
many percs, or roxys , or heroin, ur withdrawls will be severe, get help.
But good luck sweetie.
Tisha Anderson: cant hear the video at all...
Marlene ONeill: Is there any one there that can answer a few questions
happentodie: well done to you , if youve not experienced WDs before then any detox is
tough , remember them long sleepless nights if you ever need a reminder to
stay off ,