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    Trimodal fkin things.

    Anyone else on/coming off Trimodal.

    im way off the load i was on but still finding it hard to get completely off them,

    would like to find a way of getting right off them, i hate this jittery feeling they give when the body seems to need them,

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    Take them from time to time when the pain gets too much have felt strange on them and physicaly sick, I try to avoid them unless I am in a lot of pain. Good luck coming off of them can your GP not give you advice on comming off of them?

    Dave

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    Tramadol? I was on them for a relatively short time and was lucky enough to be able to "cold turkey" them didn't sleep for 48hrs though! good luck
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    Got prescribed these on one occasion and after taking the first 12 hour dosage I couldn't get off the bog, cost me a good invite pheasant shooting needless to say no problem coming off tramadol though just the bog, horrible things.

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    horrible things...

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    cheers lads,

    i have spoken to the doc and have now got to speak to the surgeon on Monday as its only 7/8 weeks since the op, boy do i get the jitters bad, cant sleep and my nerves in my left hand and arm feel like they are on fire,.

    cold turkey. now if i could get away from the wife and kids for a few days i could try that, as i would turn into Mr hide and don't want to spook the kids to much if coming down from these flipping things.

    ill keep trying, just seems to interfere with all-sorts.

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    Bob, I know the feeling. I was on the max dose for several months after my ops, and they are horrible to come off. I just had to reduce the dose over time, and eventually I got there. It takes a while, but you'll manage it.

    Let me know if you need someone to come over and distract you for a bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt_hooks View Post
    Bob, I know the feeling. I was on the max dose for several months after my ops, and they are horrible to come off. I just had to reduce the dose over time, and eventually I got there. It takes a while, but you'll manage it.

    Let me know if you need someone to come over and distract you for a bit!
    you have to come over next week mate, we have some trials to do.

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    Good point, well made!

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    Horrible aren't they Bob, I had problems years ago with them, luckily they made me feel sick and jittery so stopped while still in hospital.
    Since then they have been offered with each surgery but I have elected to never take them again and have to make do with Co-Dydramol.

    Neil.
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