Good morning you guys! Well I woke up from a pretty peaceful sleep. I was falling asleep typing my last post so I was pretty tired. I took my morning dose at 11:20 am this morning so my next will be at 11:20 pm. It seems as if the 25 pills is finally making me not feel uncomfortable. For the past 2 days the 25 wasn't doing it. But I'm glad I stuck with and didn't go higher.
Fent! I was so ecstatic to read your post I didn't care how long it was. I really truly hope you are doing well and that yes you can beat your cancer and everything that is going on in your life, as can i! I've never been anymore determined to do so than I am now! I also never got sick while on my tramadol. I would brag about it and tell ppl I never got sick, which I dIdnt. Now I occasionally get the sniffles and stopped up nose and sore throat, but still not as often. Like cielochick said it wouldn't surprise me if loperamide did indeed have some underlying cause to cancer.
Cielochick I love the new name you have given me! I was thinking about getting a tattoo soon that says girl on drugs and when I am finally off these damn pills for good I would go in and have a line drawn through it. Just a little memento for myself. Idk lol
I never really wanted to believe I was depressed cuz I don't mope around or cry and be sad all day like I'm picturing depressed ppl do. Or have suicidal thoughts. Shit I love life, even though it seems not very fond of me right now. i do know everyone's depression is different so I can't really say what the typical depressed person feels lIke on a day to day.
my eyesight has been a little off ever since I got on those higher doses of loperamide. It hurts to look at one thing for too long and at random times, mostly at night, I have to squint to read. My vision becomes slightly blurry, like I need glasses. I used to wear them when I was younger, then stopped because my vision "seemed" fine. But every time I would go to the eye doctor they would prescribe me glasses that I would never wear lol
Anywho I wanted to know what you guys think of addiction being genetic? I am so interested in it because my father was an alcoholic. He stopped drinking in 86 or 89 he says (my father is 77. Yes he's old lol) And of course my mom was on substances (idk which kinds) on and off for a while as well. Just wanted to know others opinions on it.
Today seems like it's gonna be a good day. Claiming it already. I'll check in later