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    2honest83 posted:
    After detoxing myself i noticed 4 things.Both feet go numb. I have a hard time when speaking and get short of breath. It takes me 2 hours to get ready to go anywhere. Very hard time concentrating.... ideas?
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    2honest83 responded:
    dont know its called "detoxing myself"....the pain is totally different without opiates. Almost like I'm being electricuted.
     
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    broice1947 responded:
    From experience. if you are trying to detox yourself, do it slowly mg by mg 1week and so on.

    I wish you luck
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    2honest83 replied to broice1947's response:
    unfortunatly i was cut off. luckily i had 4 days left of meds when i found out and cut down everyday...still bad. A"nurse" at the office sabatoged Luckily they realized I was telling the truth and reinstated me.....OH, and since this has happened i have lost 15 pounds


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