1. Donna Garrett Donna Garrett United States says:

    I took hydrocodone for 20+ years for rheumatoid arthritis. This medicine made me a super women. But I began to get the ceiling effect on the medication. Now that I am not taking this medicine anymore I am a complete wreck. I can't hardly function. It has destroyed my life, my family everything. It has been 5 years since I have taken the medication. I am getting worse. I have developed sever bipolar symptoms. The medications I am on now I can't afford. I am desperate and will submit to any study anyone has on this planet. I had or have ADHD.  I am 53 years old and it's hard to see a future.

    • Russ Eiseman Russ Eiseman United States says:

      Hi..me too, 66 year old DAV on opiate medication for 16 years and the VA took it away and i am a wreck also...no future, about to become homeless as i cannot do the work involved living off-grid.  What can we do but try and survive?  be safe

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