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Is tramadol a controlled substance?

Posted 3 Nov 2012 by toule france 10 answers

When someone is high on Xanax, how do they act, what are the signs?

Posted 6 Apr 2010 by Liz32 2 answers

I need to know because I fear my daughter has been abusing them.

Purdue Pharma Official Statement re: new OP (oxycontin purdue)?

Posted 8 Oct 2010 by christineATU 6 answers

The new OP (all strengths) will be replacing the regular OC version by the end of 2010. Many people are having problems with this new medication. Here is Purdue's official statement and the reps you can contact with any concerns/complaints, or questions you may have. James Heins (203) ...

My husband has a history of substance abuse and has been on suboxone for 6 years. A few months ago?

Posted 18 Jul 2012 by there 10 answers

... he was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety disorder which apparently he had all his life and was the reason for many situations he put himself in as well as getting addicted to drugs. I'm really lost at this point as to what to do, he can't be a responsible adult and has panic attacks if ...

I have been taking 5-6mg of Xanax (alprazolam) daily for a little over a year.

Posted 4 Jun 2010 by Derek23 4 answers

I would like to know the best way to get off and stop taking Xanax. Should I taper myself off gradually, or should I seek out a substance abuse health professional and get prescribed phenobarbital or something of that nature?

What meds are safe to take with methadone, and work for pain relief?

Posted 14 Jan 2010 by arc19973101 3 answers

I have been taking methadone for about 5 years due to substance abuse. It has worked miracles for me and I have had no relapses.I understand that methadone blocks some pain killers, ex.hydrocodone and found this to be true when I broke my arm in 5 places falling down a flight of stairs 3 years ago. ...

Found a white roundpill with an arrow indented on one side and a two on the other? What is it?

Posted 21 Sep 2012 by aconser81591 4 answers

It was laying on the floor at my friends house. I'm a little worried?

Please help me understand this Tramodol controversy?

Posted 29 May 2010 by christineATU 4 answers

Many people agree that Tramodol is addicting. Most people also say it's not a narcotic. But please help me understand the information I copied from the Ultracet information page. It does contain Tramodol. "Ultracet is used to treat moderate to severe pain for a period of five days or ...

Will my boyfriend ever stop taking snorting xanax :(:(?

Posted 10 Mar 2011 by mia0816 1 answer

My boyfriend has been taking xanax for a few years since being doagnose with type one diabetes... He also was addicted to roxacets( pain pills) but kicked the habit and was very proud of him. But now i feel ike this is his new obsession. He prob SNORTS(UGH) about 3 2 miligram xanax bars every day. ...

Substance Abuse - What is the difference between Opiate and Opioid?

Posted 28 Mar 2010 by christineATU 1 answer

I've heard they are the same thing. Is this true? If not, what is the difference?

Can ziprasidone be considered a narcotic?

Posted 1 Aug 2010 by lawrence.wasson3 2 answers

I work at a substance abuse residential house and oversee clients medications. I did not see ziprasidone on the list of medication that are not allowed. Just wanted to make sure to see if we have to update our list?

Urgent help needed - Wellbutrin XL?

Posted 2 Jun 2011 by anonymoususer 4 answers

Everyone, I was subscribed wellbutrin XL (150mg) about a year ago. I take it once a day along with 40mg of lexipro for severe depresseion and anxiety. A couple days ago (like an idiot) I decided to try and smoke the wellbutin. PLEASE DO NOT LECTURE ME ON DRUG ABUSE - this thread is for help only ...

I called numerous substance abuse specialists and left numerous messages and they said they would?

Posted 13 Jun 2011 by JennyLynn4eva 5 answers

... have someone call me back. In addition, I called my PCP's nurse and told the nurse about my new addiction so she would tell my PCP and it would remain in my file permentealy

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