Amphetamine vs opiate

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But to me the most important thing is I am opiate free.
If youre talking about taking half a pill of an opiate to which you are addicted (which I think you are) then I understand. It used to calm me down just having em in my purse or just having them period. When Id start running low Id panic. Its the whole addiction behavior thing again. Youre right. I didnt realize that add meds had nacotics in em. great docs, thanks for getting millions of young americans hooked on narcotics early. way to go!
, gradually reducing the daily dose). Tramadol is more complex than other opiate and opiate-like medications because it also appears to have actions on the GABAergic, noradrenergic, and serotonergic systems in the brain. This may cause some people feel additional withdrawal symptoms or intensified psychological withdrawal symptoms when discontinuing tramadol. It is always advised to talk with your doctor before and while discontinuing this medication.
Injection vs. Oral or IR VS SR Oxycodone produces more euphoria and a faster onset of action! So, if you compare oral Dilaudid to Oxycodone, without question, Dilaudid(Hydromorphone)IR is less addictive than Oxycodone IR(Percocet). Even correct dosage of Oxycodone produces ''Morphine-like'' Euphoria With that said; Dilaudid(Hydromorphone) is more than twice as potent as Oxycodone and if a person injects Hydromorphone it too is highly addictive!
IMPORTANT information was posted in the thread below on opiate withdrawl and depression. Chris and Ginette gave great information on the amino acid L-Tyrosine !! Read the whole thread to find the comments.... and Chris also added a supplement regimen to his routine and it sounds worth trying. God bless you... you will make it !!
So all the innocent people are addicted..and the withdrawals can be really really bad, I have been through some major opiate withdrawals and the ultram is worse. no, to sue is not the answer but who do we trust with this kind of thing?
Just to keep myself honest here, I have been free of Norco or any opiate for about four months, so I still have a lot of challenges ahead of me. My biggest problem is that I liked the benzos so much I became addicted to them and now, every time I try to get off of them (or run out), I have a seizure. Nice, huh? But don't worry, if you use the benzos just to get off the Norco, you won't be running this risk. Just remember: You've done nothing of which to feel ashamed.
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