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Fioricet Addiction. Am I alone? - Drugs Forum

5/14/2014
02:51 | Author: Tyler James

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Fioricet Addiction. Am I alone? - Drugs Forum

You know, I used to think Fioricet (butalbital 50 mg/APAP 325 mg/caffeine 40 mg) was a bullshit drug. It's a pill for tension headaches. It's not.

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Can you get addicted to Fioricet? Addiction Blog

11/23/2014
10:38 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

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Can you get addicted to Fioricet? Addiction Blog

Yes. You can get addicted to Fioricet. In fact, Fioricet is a habit-forming drug. Learn how you can avoid Fioricet addiction here.

Taking high doses of Fioricet can cause you to build a tolerance to the medication, leading to a need for greater and greater amounts of the drug to achieve the same effect. Eventually, someone can build both a physical and psychological dependence on the medication. Withdrawal occurs when you stop taking Fioricet and includes symptoms such as convulsions and delirium. The average barbiturate addict takes about 1500mg a day.

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The best way to avoid becoming addicted to Fioricet is to only take the medication as prescribed.

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Fioricet addiction - Migraine - Headache - Forum

11/22/2014
08:07 | Author: Sarah Gray

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Fioricet addiction - Migraine - Headache - Forum

Hi everyoneI was prescribed Fioricet ten years ago for migraines. I guess my addictive side reared its ugly head and now I am extremely.

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9/21/2014
06:44 | Author: Emily Peterson

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Has anyone had experience with Fioricet addiction and has come off it with a Pysciatrist's help or any other Dr.? Another reason I have to do it.

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I39m addicted to Fioricet? - Columbia Psychiatry

7/20/2014
04:15 | Author: Sarah Gray

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I39m addicted to Fioricet? - Columbia Psychiatry

You should seek medical help to stop regular Fioricet use and should definiy not with addiction expertise, experienced in managing barbiturate withdrawal.

You should seek medical help to stop regular Fioricet use and should definiy not try to manage the process on your own. Fioricet is a combination medication containing the short-acting barbiturate, butalbital, acetaminophen (Tylenol), and caffeine.

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