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Prescribed oxodone. Have withdrawals. What can help permanently?

i am wanting to know if i can see just a family doctor.the problem is i was in a pain clinic for 2 yrs.and the doctor prescribed me oxodone 30 mg for 2 yrs.then he up and all and once left and left with me with withdrawls beyond i went to a suboxone clinic for a month to help with the withdrawls.i have a really bad back and i dont know what to do.i dont want to go to anothe pain clinic.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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This is always a problem when such type of medications are stopped cold turkey after a prolonged use for many years.Idelly such type of medications are withdrawn slowly.
You can try doing it sme now.
You can restart your oxodone again with a lesser dose of 35 mg daily and then start withdrawing 5 mg every month.
This way your body would adjust to a slightly lower dose every month without creating much problem to you.
No doubt,it is going o take few months but you shall be able to come out of withdrawl symptoms easily and without any stress.
I hope it helps.
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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