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Re: Vicodin and Percocet for Depression

Posted by linkadge on August 11, 2007, at 19:50:56

In reply to Vicodin and Percocet for Depression, posted by clubfitter on August 11, 2007, at 19:42:25

It depends. The real concerns are that you need to know yourself and how the meds affect you.

There is little problem with taking a steady dose of an opiate for depression if you believe it will continue to help alleviate symptoms long term.

Tollerance is always a possability, but it is not the rule.

If you have acess to a steady supply then you can always give it a try.

If you don't have acess to a steady supply or cannot gain approval with a doctor who would support you, or if you feel that you will built tollerance, then it may not be a good idea.

There are doctors who will consider doing a theraputic trial of an opiate for depression but I don't know who they are (it is unlikely they advertise such approaches)





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