Is it possible to quit the pills on my own and stay quit? Maybe I'm being naive in thinking I can do it. I know that I can quit at this point with mild side effects...upset stomach, irritability, restlessness, etc...nothing I can't deal with using OTC meds. I've done it before and got the lortab out of my system but despite the fact that I felt fine I decided to start taking them again due to back pain. I seriously have back pain due to scoliosis, several accidents, arthritis....and have been seen and had xrays done. I was referred to a specialist but lost my job and health insurance so I never got to see the specialist. I also know that I can handle the back pain with advil, excercise, etc...so why do I live like this? I feel like a monday morning dieter....I want to binge up until the very last minute....would appreciate any insight or advice. Has anyone had this experience?
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