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E-mail only Pharmacies / Re: Eastcoastexpress at
« Last post by pearDwarf on January 16, 2020, 05:00:46 AM »
Ok, got mine today - Ordered on 1/10, sent in 3 packages, received all 3 this morning. First one sent 1/11Second and third sent 1/13  Received 1/16,  quality valium and hydrocodone in great packaging as usual - I'm satisfied!
Western Union and other Payment Methods / Re: Paying for your meds safely.
« Last post by pearDwarf on January 16, 2020, 04:55:56 AM »
Use Bitcoin

Just search for bitcoin payment options on the net...This is as an example:How to buy Bitcoin With Paypal, How to buy Bitcoin With credit card - no ID Needed (guide)

Good luck!
Depression & Anxiety / Benzo withdrawal and opiates
« Last post by pearDwarf on January 16, 2020, 04:52:44 AM »
Can anyone tell me about know the withdrawl symptoms of benzos in general? I've been through opiate withdrawl, but have heard benzo can be even worse. Also how long would you have to take on a regular basis before you would experience withdrawl from valium, xanax etc ?  Any answers and help here would be great :)
E-mail only Pharmacies / Re: Eastcoastexpress at
« Last post by devinFface on December 30, 2019, 04:31:40 AM »
I just got my order for hydrocodone and they are fine just fine.  Those are the only pain med I've tried from this vendor but may try the dillies on my next order
Addiction and how to manage it / Duragesic patches causing withdrawal?
« Last post by devinFface on December 30, 2019, 04:27:57 AM »
Hi guys, I've been here for awhile but haven't posted much. I've been down a long and winding road after an injury that caused severe sciatica. Orthopedist to neurosurgeon and on to my local pain clinic. While I do have 2 tears in my discs, the surgeon feels strongly that surgery is not an option now and sent me on to the pain clinic. The same injury caused a pretty severe problem with a muscle/nerve in my pelvis. At any rate, the pain clinic doc is giving me injections which are helping me somewhat and I'm having PT. My issue is that the doc put me on duragesic patches, which I've now been on for 4 months . At this point, it looks like I'll be on them for at least another month. what im wondering is how do they get you off of fentanyl without causing severe withdrawal? I'm more than a little scared after being on them so long.  Help please? Thanks.
Depression & Anxiety / Re: Rohypnol( roche 1 mg) is one year too long
« Last post by devinFface on December 30, 2019, 04:21:20 AM »
I was prescribed flunitrazepam for over 2 years and I am doing okay now without it.  I did enjoy it when i was on it though
Depression & Anxiety / Rohypnol( roche 1 mg) is one year too long
« Last post by GeorgeRit on December 30, 2019, 04:20:10 AM »
Hi folks, Just got my hands on some rohypnol 1mg and have been taking 2 pills per evening to help me  sleep and relax. It's the most effective sleep aid I've ever used. Halcion make me feel physically horrible for days after (stomach pain, cramps etc.). From everything I have read, flunitrazepam should not be used for more than a couple of months but now I do not want to back away from this medication. 

So my quaestion,  Should I cut back to 1mg for a monthor so and stop. I have access to some midazolam too, but that's a medication that can make you feel wretched, although I hear it can be used to taper if that's even necessary. It's all kind of subjective I know. Not sure if anyone has had experience with getting off (or continuing) therapeutic doses tof rohypnol and similar medications. Thanks everyone :)
Addiction and how to manage it / Re: Addiction related to suboxone
« Last post by GeorgeRit on December 30, 2019, 04:12:22 AM »
Just quick comment here- I stoped Suboxone at 4mg and got sick as a dog, much worst that hydro /  oxycontin. I called my doctor and he told me it may be 2 weeks before I feel better. OR come back in and start out again on 2mg and taper off. I just didn't want to be addicted to anything again so I'm trying to get through it in other ways. Hot /cold baths and meditation is the best. No motivation needed...

Addiction and how to manage it / Addiction related to suboxone
« Last post by devinFface on December 30, 2019, 04:08:17 AM »

I may be asking my doctor to prescribe bupenorphine for treatment-resistant depression (TRD). I get the impression that there is a low risk of dependence for this drug in patients who are using it for TRD, and who do not ahve a long history of opioid use . I know that Patients who abruptly stop opiods can experience side effects ( complain of fatigue, upset stomach, and sometimes other issues) . This pallid imitation of narcotic withdrawal is generally not associated with craving, and indeed patients do not usually, associate their symptoms with having stopped a drug such as vicodin until they experience the relief occasioned by restarting their treatment. But thats not really part of my problem

Thanks very much guys.
Person to person advice / Planned sex
« Last post by devinFface on December 30, 2019, 03:55:28 AM »
Not trying to be sexist, but this one is mostly for the women out there. I'm doing an unscientific poll as to how many of you like "sex on a schedule"? For example you are supposed to have sex every Saturday night no matter how you feel about it. Or on Monday morning and you go along with it to make the other person happy or to not get into a fist fight. Just curious as to why men have the need to know when they are going to get laid next?  -  devinFface
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