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Old 10-10-2007, 11:20 AM   #1
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lortab withdrawls

My boyfriend has been addicted to lortabs for a couple months and is trying to quit. he has no problem with staying away from them but he has been having horrible withdrawals. he cannot fall asleep at night, he cant seem to get comfortable or its too hot or too cold. is there anything at all to help this? he doesnt want to become dependant on sleeping pills but nothing seems to help. any ideas?

 
Old 10-10-2007, 02:10 PM   #2
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Re: lortab withdrawls

I guess I'm confused He has been addicted to them for a few months but has no problem staying away from them? What he needs to do is taper slow and the withdrawls should ease up. I am having trouble sleeping also tried everything and nothing helps so I feel his pain. Hopefully in the next few days it will be better!

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Old 02-07-2008, 03:36 PM   #3
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Re: lortab withdrawls

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I guess I'm confused He has been addicted to them for a few months but has no problem staying away from them? What he needs to do is taper slow and the withdrawls should ease up. I am having trouble sleeping also tried everything and nothing helps so I feel his pain. Hopefully in the next few days it will be better!

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Hi Not sure how all this works. My boyfriend is the same way and wont stop. He takes them every day and has a hard time sleeping, Usually around 5 or 6 in the morning he will fall to sleep and then sleep all day. When he gets up its back to finging more pills to take.

 
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Re: lortab withdrawls

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I guess I'm confused He has been addicted to them for a few months but has no problem staying away from them? What he needs to do is taper slow and the withdrawls should ease up. I am having trouble sleeping also tried everything and nothing helps so I feel his pain. Hopefully in the next few days it will be better!

Winnie31
Hi Not sure how all this works. My boyfriend is the same way and wont stop. He takes them every day and has a hard time sleeping, Usually around 5 or 6 in the morning he will fall to sleep and then sleep all day. When he gets up its back to finging more pills to take.

 
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