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Vicodin Withdrawal

Vicodin withdrawal takes place any time an individual becomes physically dependent on hydrocodone. Withdrawal symptoms are not usually a major danger to the individual but they can prove to be rather uncomfortable and difficult to deal with. In fact, Vicodin withdrawal is typically what leads the individual back to the drug as they are willing to do whatever it takes to make the withdrawal symptoms go away and in most cases this means either allowing time for the symptoms to take course or taking more of the drug to counteract the withdrawal. Unfortunately, this leads to the very vicious cycle of addiction.

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Vicodin Withdrawal Symptoms

Many different symptoms can become evident when an individual withdraws from Vicodin or other types of hydrocodone based drugs. The most common symptoms of Vicodin withdrawal include diarrhea, goose bumps, dilated pupils, anxiety and agitation. Other symptoms me be similar to flu-like symptoms and can include fever, muscle aches and pain, runny nose, vomiting and abdominal cramping. Vicodin withdrawal symptoms typically diminish within about 7-10 days but in some more severe cases of addiction the symptoms could last a bit longer. Read more about Vicodin withdrawal symptoms here.

Withdrawal from Vicodin

The difficult process of overcoming physical dependence on Vicodin is marked by many withdrawal symptoms that make it difficult for the addict to stay away from the drug. In an effort to “feel” better, the addict will often use more Vicodin just to get rid of the discomforts that they feel when they begin to withdraw. Unfortunately, withdrawal is a necessary part of the detoxification process and detox is a necessary part of recovery so if an individual is addicted to Vicodin and wants to recover, they will have to make it through these difficult times. Read more about withdrawal from Vicodin here.

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Vicodin Withdrawal Timeline

The timeline of withdrawal from Vicodin begins within a few hours to a day or so after the last dose is taken. Initially, the withdrawal symptoms are not too bad and usually consist mainly of cravings and urges to use the drug. These cravings are followed by more persistent symptoms on days 3-5 post Vicodin use and may include muscle and bone pain, sweating, yawning and anxiety. The worst symptoms tend to take place during days 5-7 and include nausea and vomiting, abdominal cramps, goose bumps and diarrhea. Most symptoms gradually diminish after a period of 10 days. Read more about Vicodin withdrawal timeline here.

Vicodin Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

For those who are addicted to hydrocodone, the addiction withdrawal symptoms are typically the biggest challenge when it comes to recovery. Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms include many physical side effects that tend to present themselves similar to the common cold or the flu. These symptoms most often go away on their own within a few days up to two weeks and in most cases do not require medical care. Read more about Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms here.

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How Long Does Vicodin Withdrawal Last?

The average lifespan of a complete Vicodin withdrawal from start to finish is 10 days. For some addicts, this time is increased based on the length of time that they actually used Vicodin and various other factors such as the amount of Vicodin that was used. Certain health issues can also impact the length of time that Vicodin withdrawal stays in the picture. For active, otherwise healthy adults, withdrawal symptoms typically disappear within about a week. Read more about how long Vicodin withdrawal will last here.

Vicodin Withdrawal Help

Although Vicodin withdrawal may seem like the end of the world, the truth of the matter is that there is help for the symptoms and the discomforts that are felt during this difficult time of the treatment process. Rehab centers provide many different types of medication and alternative treatment options to assist patients in coping with the difficult and uncomfortable side effects of Vicodin withdrawal. Read more about Vicodin withdrawal help here.

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