Taking Tramadol for ADD
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Link to a site that helped me get though the toughest part of withdrawals:
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Because of all my back issues I have been prescribed every opioid that exist. I always took less than prescibed, just keeping the pain to a tolerable level and I would completely stop taking everything at intervals to prevent addiction. Never had one problem when I stopped, other than the back pain returning while I wasn’t taking anything. I was talking to my spine specialist one day and he was saying that if I would take my medications as prescribed then we could better manage my pain. Another words, he didn’t feel I was taking enough drugs. I told him that my job had allowed me a close up view of addiction and I was terrified of it. That’s when he put me on Tramadol. Took them for about 12 weeks as prescribed then decided to stop for a while and BAM!!! By the 2nd day it truly was pure hell and I knew it had to be the “non-addictive, totally safe” Tramadol. Won’t ever put another one of those pills back in this body!! That was 19 days ago on Jan 3rd. I have studied all I can about the drug, and as far as I am concerned it’s pure evil, a synthetic opioid and a SSRI mixed together!!! So it’s not just physical, it get’s to your brain, and changes your thought process. I could go on and on but I won’t. Venting is theraputic I guess. I know some people aren’t effected this badly but MANY are.
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