I was prescribed hydrocodone in its place and I have had trouble managing my pain my stress everything.Darvocet was the perfect med for me and it was never to intoxicating now it feels like I am just taking this new medication because it is fun.Please if anybody reads this let me know if you had the same experience and what other people are recommending.Thanks arcanoidcyst
Hydrocodone will ruin your life. It's very addictive evil opiate. PLease tell your DR. you don't want it anymore if you are experiencing any signs of leg cramps, sweats, diarrhea, those are signs of withdrawal. You might as well be on heroin. I know I live with a hydrocodone addict 4 years now and it has him by the tail.
Yes, I agree with you. Darvocet N100 used to help my pain too, but the reason they took it off the market was because it was found to be causing heart problems. I already have them, & sure don't need more. I went from that to hydrocodone, am now on oxycodone 15mg. It helps about the same as the Darvocet I would have to say. Just my thoughts...
I too suffered when it was taken off the market. I have since settled on oxycodone after trying so many others and oxy still doesn't work work as good as darvocets did. I question why it took so long to take off the market since it was first introduced in 1957. I along with others think it was no longer bringing in the tons of cash it once did so they canned it.. Innerspirit
Darvocet was the perfect medication treating my RLS (restless leg syndrome). I was down to smoking 1 or less cigarettes a day which was a great bonus for me. My life hasn’t been as good since then. I now can’t work, I’m in pain 24/7 and my pain keeps getting worse and of course the doctors can’t increase the pain meds for obvious reasons. Now I’m suffering from fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, and god knows what else is going on. I wish they would bring back Darvocet. I’m taking hydromorphone now, have tried everything for pain but nothing works as good as Darvocet did. I know exactly what you’re going through. I’ve been dealing with chronic pain for 11 years now. Wish it was different.
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