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Meloxicam (brand name Mobic) is a NSAID (Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) and is used to treat inflammation. Lortab is an opiate that contains Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen. Please do not take any medication that is not prescribed to you recently. And if these are prescribed to you from two different Drs...it is important to make sure you are allowed to take them together.
They are addictive. Trams are a synthetic opiate. For me, they did nothing for pain. I don't know about arthritis. On the Tramadol site, they warn about dependence and warn about using if you have a previous problem with opiates. Have you ever thought about seeing a ND (naturopath). There are a lot of things designed to relieve pain and anti-inflamatory supplements.
My doc tells me tramadol can help without the euphoric effects. It's still an opiate unfortunately. I have deep empathy for your chronic pain condition. All the best.
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
1) Treat Tramadol just like any other opiate, regardless of what doctors tell you. Search posts here for Ultram withdrawal and see why. 2) I went down to .5mg every 3 days and had no withdrawal symptoms except for anxiety.
Yes, Ultram, or Tramadol( its generic name) is addictive. It contains a synthetic opiate, that is the problem. I don't know much about withdrawals I have been taking it about more than a year now, but not more than 2 pills a day, sometimes only one, sometimes none . It wasn't until I found this site that I realized it was an opiate, I freaked out, now I take it less often and planning on going cold turkey in this month.
But I would like to hear from someone who knows what they are talking about, the new Dr. also prescribed Mobic, I truly think she didn't read my medical history because for the Mobic, that it is not to be given to anyone with a history of blood clots, and liver conditions.
This can also be very effective when used together with an NSAID like motrin, naproxen or mobic-mobic is especially effective in treating arthritis pain. Muscle relaxers might be another good option to look into like flexeril, any of these can be used along with codeine or another opiate. I know many like to control pain through any painkillers they can to avoid opiates but opiates really are much safer on your body than tylenol, NSAID's and even some muscle relaxants.
My system did not tolerate it well. My prescribing physicians changed my opiate and I did much better. Your physician prescribed Opana ER for you so don't be afraid to take it. If you have unpleasant side effects report your reaction to your physician immediately. Opana is stronger then Methadone but that doesn't mean that you will have a bad reaction. It's all how our system tolerates or reacts to the specific medication.
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
Hey i just went to the docter today regarding my horrible headaches which little does she know are from detox she gave me samples of mobic she said is a combination muscle relaxer for headaches and another med it really helped mine maybe ask your doc hope this helps luv ya ~~~~Chros
So for sure, I want to get through - but getting any kind of opiate at a doc's is very hard here in Australia, especially with no history of pain, (and track marks from previous IV heroin use LOL), and I am useless at lying and story telling - and I am scared to take ibuprofen regarding the ulcer - and I dont have access to any opiates without ibprofen or acetominophen. And there in lies my dilemma - no access to codeine except with ibuprofen attached. Hence the semi-hanging out.
Ive tried NSAIDS like motrin 800 (still take that every single day no matter what), and in the past have had torodol, Mobic (arthritis med) and a few others i cant think of the name of but they tore my stomach up BAD. DOes anyone have any advice or suggestions? Im not asking persmission to relapse btw! I just simply need some kind of relief from this pain!! I feel so horrible that I cant go out and play with my little boys everyday!
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
You might ask your doctor for Mobic, or Arthrotec or some other types of stronger NSAIDS. The tramadol is worthless...and dangerous. AVISG saved me from it, and my new doctor confirmed everything she said. Love you AVISG!
5x3 per day,temazepam 30mg at bd time,100mgs of seroquel at bedtime,gabapentin 300mg x two per day,mobic 15mg once a day, and linsinopriil 10mg per day. My family doctor says no problem he will start taking 20mgs away each month. What is the right way to detox i have forgot my meds and been in detox mode lots of time in the last eight years and it's not fun. I'm really scared,frightened, about all of this detoxing, but i also want to get off of all cii's controlled substances.
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
said she couldn't treat me long term and pulled me off of them after a few months. Referred to Pain Management, I have to take 22 pills a day (handful of neurontin, 400 mg ultram!!, mobic, robaxin), they all do NOTHING!! besides, I have been exposed to Hepatitis, I am ruining my liver! The only thing that worked was percocet. BTW, the ultram cannot be taken with my anti depressant, so I weaned myself off of my antidepressant because I was too afraid of side effects, it's like my dr.
I've heard of people having painfully swollen tongues in opiate withdrawals, though not specifically bumps. Are they white? You say your Mom had them? When did they disappear? Do you have any other medical issues? Thanks. As for the headaches, they go with w/d's, unfortunately. Please, try to hydrate (2 to 3 litres per day.) and keep taking those vitamins. Do they include minerals? Try to breathe deeply and stay away from Caffeine, eyestrain and bright light.
) Withdrawals are THE worst thing to go through - bar none. In fact, I would rather go through child birth than opiate withdrawals! I wanted to let you know that I found that Kratom capsules help tremendously with the withdrawal symptoms, and as for pain, I also take Mobic (like Celebrex,) and Advil Liquigels, which help - not like opiates - but help nonetheless.
There are other things you can take and treatments you can get that might help. You know if you take an opiate now, this soon after WD, you are going to risk going through WD again. YUCK! : ( I am proud of you. Keep hanging in there! You're doing great!!!
hydrocodone. He prescribed me Mobic however at the time I had plenty of hydros left so I never picked them up. Does anyone know anything about Mobic?
I went to my pcp last week, told her whats going on. She told me dont do anything that hurts. Gave me a back brace and mobic and sent me on my way..I was hoping for them to maybe do some radiology to make sure there wasn't any new damage in my spine. I was avoiding doing anything to hurt my back, but I didnt want to sit around doing nothing.
After my long career of opiate use, I really know wd backwards, and I don't need to itemise to myself every syptom that I am having. I know them all too well LOL. I want to push myself to do my gym and keep the house neat, and I want to make sure I am working my prescribed hours instead of making excuses for myself. All of this goes back to keeping things very much in today, with whatever energy/discomfort that I am experiencing today.
I had to take opiate pain medication while pregnant with both of my daughters you are on a very low dose of narcotic medication and as long as they are prescribed By your Doctor to you you are not on the RADAR or BEING watched Withdrawl can be Dangerous TO YOU UNBORN BABY I fill for you I hoinestly do I felt like the worst mopther in the worl when I had to take opiates while pregnant and my doses were much Higher then yours Neather one of my daughters were born with withdrawl symptoms and are fi
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
I just dont know what to do and i need some advice because i dont want to opt to have surgery at this age... this hole opiate scene just scares me and i understand there is a difference between being physically dependent and being a addict i just dont want to fall down the path of being a addict and abusing medication.
I've got thirty years of hardcore opiate addiction behind me and I'm here to tell you to walk away, now, because it get's harder and harder each time you return. Whatever happens, please, keep posting. You've got people in your corner, here.
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