Hydrocodone and high blood pressure

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I had cancer 5 years ago and the dr put me on hydrocodone 10/500 mg. I was taking 6 a day like the dr told me to do. Even the days that I'm not hurting I've took them to make me feel better. Over time I wasn't taking them for pain it just made me feel good, and gave me energy. Now I have to take them just to feel normal and now I take more than what I am suppost to. On an advage day I do anywhere from 10 to 20 a day.
Im hooked on hydrocodone and I dont know what to do. When I was young I broke my leg and now I have back an hip pain I wont to stop takeing them but the pain hurts so bad. Can someone help me please.
Everyone has different medical problems in addition to their addiction, such as high blood pressure, etc. I pray you can find a really GOOD doctor, who is knowledgable in addiction, pain meds, etc. Once I got clean, I felt so much better that the mental aspect of my addiction (for some reason) was easier to deal with than I ever expected. If I have a weak moment, I think back to how miserable I was before I got off the drug and that helps me.
This puts patients at risk for developing serious, and even fatal, health issues. Last year at the WAISMANN METHOD®and Domus Retreat, we treated about the same number of patients for addictions to Norco as we did for Heroin, OxyContin or methadone. Although not completely surprised, I was appalled to find out that many of these patients developed a dependency to the drug after they were given a prescription for a very small injury.
By the way i have type 2 diabettis,high blood pressure high cholesterol and heres the kicker I AM 23 YEARS OLD. My nuerologist has been seeing me for 2 years hes supposed to be a big shot shouldnt he have fixed me by know.
I'm very happy that you are going to get the recommended items and start tomorrow. Come here as much as you can and read and post, it really really helps! Nothing can take away the w/d but the things mentioned in the recipe and by others can be lifesavers for some. I also had xanax and took them during w/d with no problem, they helped me. If you already take them with no problem, it worked for me, just be careful that you do NOT up the dose at all.
childrens aspirin,fish oil, calcium, multi vitamin and blood pressure meds. I take the hydrocodone for numerous problems. Neck pain from L3 & L4. Both shoulders have had surgery. One rotator cuff and the other major clean up. I was born premature and had to have over 18 surgerys on my feet. Can't stand long without great difficulty. My back has no vertabre spacing so it bothers me alot. I have heart trouble. I get pain all the time. Doctors resolving by meds rather than stint.
If it a blood pressure medicine, I wonder how it works on someone that doesnt have blood pressure problems, like me. I will talk to my doc about it. I did not do well today. I took 6 earlier, and 8 tonight. So bad. Just horrible. I am not even at the place I was wanting to be when I took them. But I will not take anymore. I promise. I am disgusted with myself right now.
ive read this to but i know internet info is very often conflicting. Ive also read that because your in pain your blood pressure can raise which is worse for the baby than the meds are. When my tooth hurt, i mean it hurt so bad i would sit there and cry. I would honestly contemplate pulling the thing out myself lol. (But then i know i could miss some of the roots so i through out the idea) But i just want what any other mother wants..
It effectively lowers the blood pressure and lessens many of the withdrawal symptoms. Most any doctor will prescribe it if you’re honest as to why you need it. Discuss dosages and frequency with your doctor. Thomas Recipe: 1. Valium (or another benzodiazepine such as Klonopin, Librium, Ativan or Xanax). Of these, Valium and Klonopin are best suited for tapering since they come in tablet form. Librium is also an excellent detox benzo, but comes in capsules, making it hard to taper the dose.
I think it is mainly to help your blood pressure which will surely be elevated during this time period and I think I have also heard it to be helpful for restless legs, so you might give it a try. Just don't get your hopes up too high, I hate to be such a downer, but if you go cold turkey off your meds, there is some extreme discomfort coming your way and you need to be prepared for it.
if you can for blood pressure and maybe he can put you on something calld clonodine. It's for high blood pressure and will also help tremendously with withdraws. Just remember that "This Too Shall Pass!
Along with diapepam, adipex ( for weight loss ) Baclofen, and Phenergan for nausea. I also suffer from depression and high blood pressure. I'm open for any feedback and suggestions.....
do you know if blood pressure is raised by WD? mine went crazy earlier. it was 170/137 and i have never been so scared. i felt like i was hanging upsidedown. i really thought i was going to die and thought for a bit that i wanted to. this is so hard and confusing. i wwant to help other people avoid this. please help. we can do this.
It effectively lowers the blood pressure and lessens many of the withdrawal symptoms. Most any doctor will prescribe it if you’re honest as to why you need it. Discuss dosages and frequency with your doctor. Thomas Recipe: 1. Valium (or another benzodiazepine such as Klonopin, Librium, Ativan or Xanax). Of these, Valium and Klonopin are best suited for tapering since they come in tablet form. Librium is also an excellent detox benzo, but comes in capsules, making it hard to taper the dose.
At any rate, through some strange twist of fate, Clonidine is one of the few high blood pressure medications that actually lowers my hypertension without causing blistering headaches, as all the others I tried did. But I'm afraid that it didn't quell the withdrawal symptoms from hydrocodone when I stopped taking Norco cold turkey. Perhaps, though, this is because I take it (Clonidine) on a daily basis. Still, I've yet to find anyone for whom it did much good where withdrawal was concerned.
I had to discontinue the Vistaril because of increased agitation and anxiety and decrease the Clonidine due to a drastic drop in my blood pressure. The lowest it got was 99/56. I took a 1/2 pill and it was not much better. I went to a 1/4 pill. I continued taking it for about 8 - 9 days. At the lowest points in my b/p, I could not sit up or hold my head up..that is why I had to go to 1/4 pill.
He put me on librium and something for blood pressure, and said good luck. That withdrawl was the worst thing I have ever gone through, but as sick as I was, I was determined to get clean of them. It took a few weeks to get back to a semblance of normalcy. I still get hydrocodone occasionally for legitimate medical needs, and I always want more, but I just don't ask for it. When they're gone, I'm bummed, but I get over it, because I know that with hydrocodone, it's a one-way street.
The Clonidine is a blood pressure med that helps with high blood pressure, only use under a Dr. care, and only dr. prescribed. It was a blessing for me, and helped keep me in my skin during detox. I also used a few tranzene, but do not condone it's use for others, as it did help me out during detox. I do not take them regularly. Get the Immodium, otc pain meds, good fluids(gatoaide)ect. Heating pad, hot baths or showers.
I am on Levothyroxine for hypo-thyroidism, Paxil for panic attacks, Cozaar for high blood pressure, Omeprazole for gastric problems, Methotrexate for rheumatoid arthritis, and a Remicade infusion (chemo) therapy every six weeks also for the RA. Right now, all I want to do is get off the HydroCodone. I will just have to deal with the pain because I hate taking all these medications which are a necessary evil. Is there anyone out there with answers.
Agitation or restlessness Confusion Rapid heart rate and high blood pressure Dilated pupils Loss of muscle coordination or twitching muscles Heavy sweating Diarrhea Headache Shivering Goose bumps Severe serotonin syndrome can be life-threatening.
Could it cause bad depression? It's been almost 2 weeks since my surgery and I've been taking hydrocodone for the pain. The truth is I'm taking it when I really don't need it. I'm still in some pain but not unbearable. I'm going to the DR the 4th and I'm going to ask him for some antidepressants. The only thing is I don't have the patients to wait for it to kick in. I've tried several in the past. I told them in the hospital I was depressed and they didn't say anything.
I think one of the medications was called subutex, another was suboxone (these 2 are both opiate blockers), and the third option was a combination of Librium (a benzodiazepine) and clonidine (blood pressure medicine). The first 2 are both opiate blockers which I think kind of trick the brain into thinking you're on opiates and causes you not to have the feelings of withdrawals, the nausea, vomiting, feeling of crawling out of your skin, etc...then you taper off.
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I filled the meds to help with withdrawl but never took one because I have three kids to take care of and I was told it could mess with my blood pressure. But really I have not needed it. Just try to take it minute by minute and change up your routine. Also keep yourself busy in those in between times, I cook, clean, draw!
i wasnt saying you were relapsing, the reason its so hard to take the next step is b/c the withdrawals probably, if it were me id just quit cold turkey and live through hell for a few days, tapering is like pulling a bandaid off really slowly, oh and that feverish feeling is probably high blood pressure, it comes and goes, good luck and just keep trying youll get to the next step just got to hurt yourself, by that i mean you know there are withdrawals but you still stick to your plan
be dependancy of the baby to the hydrocodone, and the fact that it contains acetaminophen, which is a blood thinner...but I'm certain that you and your doc will have to weigh the risk/benefit ratio and see what works best for you. Don't feel guilty either way. No one is walking in your shoes but you. You'll do what's best. Just be totally honest with the docs and try to see them as quickly as possible.
sadly, it does not work that way. PI started my DOC (also Hydrocodone) five years ago due to spine pain, and after a full spine reconstruction surgery a couple of years ago I just upped my dosage, just crazy. I'm married, great career, good mother, yada yada... here was my dilemma. The GREAT thing about why (I felt) I had a great career is because I was ON FIRE when I was on the pills, I could do anything and I only got better at it, how? I upped my dosage as my tolerance went up.
I had to sit down every five minutes when I went walking, and decided to sit in aa hot bath with epsom salts instead. That's good for the aches and cramps, too ... If you're taking blood pressure meds 'cause your BP is high, I'd say skip the "Jolt" plan ... some people here swear by L-Tyrosine, but it's anecdotal at best. Might help. Eat. Throw a bunch of fruit and protein powder in a blender with soy milk and wash down some vitamins if you're not hungry. You did good.
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