... ask my doc for without having to say its for withdrawls.sum type of duel purpose meds... or even any home remidies.i have been useing pain meds for almost 7 years now.i have fybromiyalgia and i know that im prollie going to take them when im older but until then id like to get clean and figure out how to deal with it on my own.anything anyones knows to help would be great thnx
Actually this is something you should discuss with your doctor as proper weaning could be a key to helping you go off these meds.
Chlonodine is a BP med that is used and approved to treat withdrawal symptoms and is something you could look up here, print out the info and take to your doctor.
A good doctor would want to help you if you feel you want to try to live without pain meds and I commend you for your strength and conviction in this.
I have tried to live without my strong pain med and found out after withdrawals were over and staying off of it for over 3mos that I had NO choice but to be on some type of strong pain medication. Without them I found I have NO quality of life meaning I can't drive my car short distances even, I can't do any household chores, I couldn't even make it to church nearby or sit through it, I can't do the things I try to do for my aging family to help them, nor could I do anything that I even want to do and would be in a wheelchair vs using a cane.
I agree that these pain medications are all very dangerous and anybody that can live either without them or with a lot less would be the best thing as I honestly believe that pain meds will harm me much more than the disease I have that causes all this chronic pain for 11 1/2yrs now.
I wish you the best in your efforts to go without pain meds but don't feel defeated if for some reason you aren't able to,
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