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Reply Danni November 16th, i believe codiene is a good drug but depends on how being prescribed, i became really ill in hospital and i am so grateful for the usage of this codiene relfied my pain extremely.
Reply Nicholas November 27th, When used properly, Codeine is a wonderful drug!
I use Robitussin and Codeine to relieve my cough! It actually works better than any OTC cough medicine. Last wed was my last of the pills i mean i was taking 10 at at time some times up to if not more a day.
I was so depressed and moody and i just didnt know why. Anyway i have been perscribed trazadone 50 then again they upped it to mg and this is previous to quitting tylenol 1 and it puts me out big time at night.
I also was prescribed clonidine and its really awesome for withdrawls and i mean awesome. I had flu like symptoms but it was great for the the sweats and urges to use. I now am just happy and i am on top of the world i am very glad i got away from these after 16 years and trust me its a great feeling.
Good Luck and about days you are normal i was.
Reply Elaine October 18th, My Mother has been prescribed codein for over 5 years on a repeat prescription which I was unaware of, she has alzeimers and having delivered at atime via the chemist it should be banned I dont think she will ever gt better last year cruising the world on her todd this year almost house bound John October 30th, Elaine.
However Codeine is a pain medication. Seek a second opinion. Reply Logs October 19th, try tussilar for recreational purposes. Reply J October 20th, Logs - you shouldnt promote recreational drug use. Reply Mandy H October 28th, im a mum of 5kida who i love so much,i got addicted because i had a bad back and i love the pain free feeling,but i cant get off of them,i want help,im only 33 and my mum died the same way,i want 2 be my old self again,id do anything never 2 put unother pill in my mouth,iv told my family,but when i dont take them my body hurts,i feel sick,i get tired,i go into major depression,i hate this feeling,i want my old self back,can anybody help me become the bubbly person i use 2 be Reply Kim H October 30th, mandy h itsur big sis im hoping ive left u a message but its not showing its gone this isnt r address its t and c,s let me no of u get it i hope ur ok today im thinking of u all the time xxxx Lize October 30th, Hi, Mandy H, I was also a codeine addict and have now been clean for over 2 yrs and i know of many other people who have suceeded in taking their lives back, there is a way out.
You sound like a wonderful person stuck in a very difficult situation, i know it is often a big step to take in finding a proper rehabilitation centre that can help you, both with the physical addiction and wiht the emotional aspects of what you are going through, but the benefits outweigh the fear and sacrifices any day and i would suggest that you consider this.
God bless you and your familiy, and may He walk you out the other end of this. Reply Nicholas November 27th, You must have really been using it to become addicted. I once got too friendly with DXM when I was 12, [now 17]. Sort of like too much computer or TV use, [obviously worse].
This went on for months until I finally took my pills and flushed them once I heard that it affects the central nervous system which can lead to death. I will never abuse anything again. Reply Kim H October 30th, mandy h its ur big sis here i will do watever i can to help u get off this i dont like seeing u go through wat mum did and i dont want to loose u the same way either.
I hope you are well, as I hope the original poster and her sister are too. I drink with the codiene and I know if I keep it up, I will die, I am in my thirties and ironically a gym goer! I have promised my partner that I will seek help.
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