I'm on my 5th day off the norco and I feel like I am in hell ! ! ! I finally got to bed last night around 4:00am after having a raging migraine headache throughout the early evening until I finally fell asleep. I am in hell right now. I have gone without the suboxone today because of the unbearable headaches I get from taking it. I learned today that the suboxone did a pretty good job of masking the withdrawal symptoms. My body is aching in every spot. I get up to walk and feel like gravity is weighing me down. I have been yawning and my eyes have been watery all day. Thanks to the imodium I have not been stuck in the bathroom all day. My mind feels foggy and I have thought about taking the norco several times today. I have to keep telling myself I can't get back on the norco beacause I would never want to restart this hell of withdrawal for a 4th time. I never want to go through this hell ever again. Is anyone out there that has gone through these withdrawals and could lend me some support that would be great.
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