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how do you know your having withdrawel ??

Hi,
I,ve been on morphine for 24 years for chronic pain due to lupus and multiple sclerosis,i RELOACATED FROM CALIF TO COLO,THE DR I,VE BEEN SEEING FOR 6 YEARS RECENTLY LOWERED MY MORPHINE BECAUSE HE IS UNDER SCUTINY BY THE MEDICAL BOARD BECAUSE HE CANNOT DECIPHER REAL PATIENTS FROM ADDICTS.sorry for caps,eyes get bad at intervals,,
So he has decided he was going to lower everyones pain meds without reason or warning,
i,m sweating then i,m freezeing having shakes and bad abdominal cramping does anyone know if these are withdrawel symptoms and what i should do until i locate a new dr.
i,m miserable i,ve gone from productive of daily lifes chores to lying in bed again in horrible pain and suffering,
these other symptoms have also began to cause my m.s to start flareing up and give added problems.
HELP !!
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  • tuffluck13ttuffluck13 Posts: 36
    edited 08/22/2013 - 6:18 AM
    But yes you are having withdrawals from the lower dose, it should go away or get better in about 4 days. Hang in there it'll pass

    Sorry just re read your post, it could take a few weeks to feel normal again...maybe try and find another doctor and tell them what's going on
    L5 s1 degeneration, annular tear and bulg with nerve compression. Dr says its normal wear and tear lol
  • You shouldn't be feeling only minimal withdrawals if you were being tapered correctly, which your obviously not. I'd call the doctor immediately and let him know waht's going on with your withdrawals. It's not fair for you to be in this situation, and something needs to be done about it. go to the ER if the doctor can't or won't help you. There are things that can help you. The person who posted about taking immodium, etc. gave you great advice for doing it yourself, but the Er, and your doctor have other tools at their disposal. GOOD LUCK.
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