addicted to hydrocodone

FORUM INDEX Dependence and withdrawal addicted to hydrocodone

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    sambob
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    Hey everyone,
    my problem is (was) that I have been addicted to hydro for almost 7 years, with that told ,now i have switched to dihydrocodeine and it seems to work the same way. The only big change is I can stop the DHC for a few days whenever I want, and still feel fine. that was the total opposite with hydrocodone which gave me the worst withdrawal symptoms ever.

    Thanks for reading.

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    Carter
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    That seems to be the only big difference between dicodin and Hydro. the fact that hydrocodone is more addictive….

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    jayrat14
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    Much more addictive, I would like to add..

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    HerbAr
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    Does it mean I can take any amount of dicodin , and forever scape the evil circle of addiction?

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    Binky
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    not at all Herbar. of course you still have to take precautions and use it with great care. The point here is that dicodin seems to have less addiction potential in comparison to hydrocodone.

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    naughtysmurf
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    If you are after less addiction potential, then go for tramadol. It wont really get you addicted but still a good pain medication.

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    manolo1234
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    tramadol is a very good choice Naughtysmurf, but some people need stronger meds to deal with their pains. Very understandable that is.

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