Vicodin upset stomach

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5/750 for several months and all the tylonel is starting to upset my stomach. Does anyone know the different strengths of vicodin so I can try something different?
I was wondering if my W/Ds will be minor, due to my semi low dosage? I am into my second clean day. Had some upset stomach this morning..and lots of depression. How long should all this last? Is there anything I can do to ease it? I have been exercising and drinkinh lots, etc. Thanks for such a wonderful forum. It is nice to know I am not alone!
I am battling an addiction to Vicodin stemming from a root canal which I underwent nearly 2 years ago. I have smoked pot years. Daily, in fact. It has torn me up. My confidense, my spirit; everything.
im am feeling depressed alll the time but the withdrawal pains and upset stomach seems alot better than two days ago. so what i would like to know is does any one know when my enrgy level will be back to normal. i realize it wont be overnight. but to know that one day i will be me again would give me peace of mine.also is there any one on this site who has been off vics long term how good does that feel. i did 10 500mg vics a day for about a year so i look forward to being happy again.
I took Vicodin for about 4 month.. 10/325 about 6-10 a day (depending on day).. Now I have been off of them for about 10 days.. and still have awe full back, neck leg pains. I read for most people it starts to get better after 4 days.. Symptoms are not as bad as they were day 1-5 but still feel crappy.. can't sleep at night, now my stomach is hurting from all Ibuprofen I have taken to ease the pain... What else can I do?
5 a day now i'm out I am still very tired (in pain but trying different things aleve, ibuprofen, tylenol, vitamins, natural stuff whatever) and very anxious my stomach is upset but not like running to the restroom upset. Today was day one without them and I did get out got a gym membership hoping to work out through any WD symptoms took my kids to a bounce house place and worked some.
After I stopped all pain pills and after I detoxed everything returned to normal. No diarrhea no upset stomach and finally no more vommiting. So tell your Dr's everything, it could save you alot of money, and ya the diarrhea is normal when you stop taking the vicodin es.. cocobean P.S. sorry about your pain.
It will give you vitamins and supplements and information on what you can do to lessen the symptoms! For sure get some Immodium and take it often! It will help with the stomach and bathroom issues as well as other symptoms as well! Stay very hydrated, drink tons of water and Gatorade! It will flush the toxins out of your system! For restless legs try something called Hylands Restful Legs! You can find it at Walmart and such! For me, it helped quite a bit! Try to keep moving!
I am sure it was mentioned but the symptoms to expect are leg pain (restless leg syndrome), sore all over, sleeplessness, stomach upset (hard to eat and you go to the bathroom a lot), sneezing, sensitivity, you pretty much feel like you have the flu. You have to remember though - it is temporary. It depends on the person. The first few days are usually the worst. Slowly you will improve. Please see the Thomas Recipe - it helps with a lot of the symptoms.
After I take this since I have to take it on an empty stomach or else you will have stomach upset, I would work out. Wait till I hit an hour mark after taking it then onto the next step. Force feed myself if I'm not hungry...the hunger and appetite WILL come back. Mind over matter is a big thing in all this. I would eat and take 5-htp 2 pills 3 times a day with meals. This gets your serotonin back to where it should be fast. Take a multi vitamin once a day.
I got hooked on Vicodin after a serious knee injury in April. After the injury, doctors prescribed the drug to treat the pain, which was excruciating. It took nearly three months to get into surgery, so I was prescribed Vicodin again after that. I have reinjured the knee a couple of times, again more vicodin. I finally decided to get off this drug last week and it has been the hardest thing I've ever done.
I am embarrassed to admit that I am 42 years old and addicted to Vicodin ES - sometimes up to 10 tablets a day. It started over 5 years ago after a pinched nerve in my back. I have since developed chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia although I am not sure if the addiction has brought on the problem. Before that I worked out 6 days a week and taught aerobics.
you might feel restless, stomach upset, tiredness, chills, basic flu like feelings...it lasts for about 5 days but in your case i think less...good luck to you...
Lot's of people will use advil during the withdrawal, but it can cause stomach upset and burning...and when your stomach is already not feeling well from withdrawal, it might be best to stick with tylenol. I don't think it would trigger anything...I've used it during my withdrawls to help with the back pain, and have had no problems.
At the most, I take one a day for 3 days, after the first feelings of withdrawals begin. No withdrawals, no fuzzy head, no lack of energy, very little upset stomach. I have heard that methadone can be very addictive, so be careful. But, if you take them the way I do, I don't think you have to worry.
well today is 24 hours being clean yeaaaa i already feel the physical symptoms my legs and back are achy and my stomach is upset so i can only imagine wht day 3 is gona be like but i know im doing this for the best i want to be clean for my family especially my children thanks to everybody on here i also have been taking tylenol and it does seem to help a little bit :)
Does anyone have a cure or know of something that will help with my upset stomach.
I am new here and sorry for the spelling issues. Just upset right now from hurting. Any feed back would be great. It's nice to no I am not alone on this.
I have been taking vicodin for almost 2 years. I was taking 3 to 3.5 a day. I make the decision to get off of them, so I decided to take 3.5 for 7 days, then 3.0 for 7 days, then 2.5 for 7 days, then 2.0 for 7 days etc. I am currently down to 1 a day. I am also taking Zoloft and Clonopin to help with the anxiety and depression.
I wasn't always one. It started off fine. I would get prescribed Vicodin after having dental work done, and would be excited to have the drug "for fun" (it never really helped with pain...I prefer ibuprofen...but it made me feel good). The 20 or so pills in the prescription would last about a week or so, and I'd never look back. I wasn't addicted. However, for the past six months, things have began changing. I met the wrong kind of person. Someone who sells the stuff.
My husband deployed around 8 months ago, shortly after he left I started vicodin and percocet, 5-8 a day on average. Not really sure why other than the high numbed the lonley feeling I constantly had. Anyway, he just got home. I never felt like the drugs were an addiction and assumed I could stop whenever. Today I flushed my stash mostly because I tried to stop taking them a few days ago and got really really irritable,then realizing I was dependant, decided I don't to live like that.
boy was I wrong. Since I was taking it for a long period I am getting them too. I had a upset stomach for a day, depression (I hate the depression and I will not take depression meds. I took Wellbutrin for 7 years and stoped last year and have severe withdrawals for a month and a half), insomnia (I can't even go to sleep so the doc gave me Ambien- I don't want to get addicted to that), I am sooooooo irritable.....etc. I have no desire to take another Vicodin so no worries with me.
if she decides to go cold turkey, she can expect to be sick for about a week, with the worst days being days 3-5. upset stomach, sweating and chilling, bad diarreah, restless legs, unable to sleep, nervousness, and wild dreams are the common symptoms. you feel like you will die, but you won't. if you get the Thomas recipe ingredients, they will help. have some immodium on hand, and gatpraid to keep from dehydrating. fresh fruit, and fruit juice were all that i could eat at the time.
Hi, I hope someone can help me and give me some advice. I am a closet vicodin dependant and am sick of it. I have Lupus and had started taking vicodin 750mg on occassion for my muscle and joint pains. I realized that not only did the vicodin take away my pain, but it also gave me energy which I NEVER have when I am in a flare or not feeling well. I also have a toddler who runs me ragged....So, for the past 6-7 months (maybe even longer), I started taking the Vicodin everyday just for the energy.
I am in full withdrawal as I type this. Upset stomach, no energy. But the emotional withdrawal is always by far the worst for me. I have fought all day to not cry. I can't talk without my voice breaking. The tears well up and I fight like hell to stay composed. What a tough guy, huh? Merry Christmas, huh? I have done this all before. I started seeing a shrink for help. Another Dr. in his office is certified to prescribe Suboxone, but I don't know whether to try it or not.
I was having the restless leg thing, the fast heartbeat, no energy, upset stomach, and when I did get out of bed I was very light headed. I started drinking propels like they were going out of style. I started getting a splitting headache, realized that i usually drink like 3 sodas a day and that I hadnt and I was probably getting caffeine withdrawals too! lol so I drank a soda and ate some dinner.
I've been taking about 6 Vicodin a day for over & year & now I'm out. What will the withdrawal be like? Anything I can do as far as over the counter products or easy to obtain herbal or natural remedies? Please answer fast.
Nothing serious, just feels like a weak version on the flu, with hot/cold sweats for a couple days, dizziness, stomach upset, and so on. Dont worry about the symptoms, they are strong enough to know why you are sick, and what you are going through, however, weak enough as not to affect your work or life. So just hang tough, because they go away on the third or 4th day, and thats it, you are off. Now the first leg of the battle is won.
The surgery was successful, unfortunately I reherniated a few weeks later and have been on vicodin ever since. In the beginning I took 1-2 pills a day, that inched up to 2-3 and then 3-4. The real downturn started in December. I was given a 120 a month prescription for 3 months. Needless to say, I ran through these pills 16 days early.
omg im so upset right now..i took the boys with me to a thrift shop so we could get some things (i often go to this place and love it) and sometimes they have foodbanks donate food to them a few times a week, and I was hoping they'd have some free bread and veggies/fruits today but they didnt...but anyhow thats not what got me upset. While we were there, some trashy girl was in there with her mom and her two little kids. One was a newborn baby girl.
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