Vicoprofen is an Opiate drug prescribed by doctors to treat physical pain in your body. Because Vicoprofen is an Opiate, it is in the same class of legal prescription drugs such as, Morphine and Oxycodone. However, Vicoprofen is also in the same class as the illegal drug, Heroin. Just like Morphine, Oxycodone and Heroin, Vicoprofen is highly addictive and has a very high potential for abuse.
Just because Vicoprofen is prescribed by doctors, doesn’t make it safe. You can be prescribed Vicoprofen and still become addicted very easily. You can become addicted to the drug just as quickly as someone who has taken it from a friend or bought it from a dealer on the streets. Addiction is so common with drugs like Vicoprofen because not only does it reduce the amount of physical pain you are feeling, it can very well help with your mental suffering also.
The mental suffering you have been going through started when you were a little kid. Your whole life you have felt out of place, different and like there was no place you can fit in. It is possible your home life could have been rough growing up as a kid too. The only solution you had was to stay quiet and bottle the emotions you were feeling because you were embarrassed people would judge you if they knew how you really felt on the inside. You have been searching for an escape and finally found it when you went to the doctor because your back pain has put you over the edge.
Your doctor evaluates you and has written you a prescription of Vicoprofen to help ease the pain in your back. Little did you know, you were about to find your escape you have been searching for since you were young. You get home from the pharmacy, read the directions on how to take the Vicoprofen properly and boom. Once you feel it hit you, everything seemed okay. Yes, the back pain went away but you were focused on how it took the mental pain away and the euphoric feeling you felt when you took the pill.
You can’t wait until you can take your next pill in a few hours because you know the way you are going to feel a few minutes after taking it. You have waited the recommended amount of time to take your next Vicoprofen but this time you take two instead of one. You see no harm in taking more than prescribed, you justify it because it is your prescription. A few months pass and you are on to your next prescription of Vicoprofen that is supposed to last three months but only lasts you about two weeks.
You start feeling pain when you have no more Vicoprofen to take. Your body is going through withdrawal and you feel nauseous, have aches and pains in your muscles, your anxiety is through the roof, and your craving for Vicoprofen is higher than it has been before. You remember a friend just got into an accident and gave them a call to see if he or she was prescribed Vicoprofen for the pain. The friend has none left but knows a guy that sells them on the streets and gives you his number.
You don’t realize your addiction has progressed to the point of you buying Vicoprofen on the streets. Your mind is clouded and the only thing that matters it the high you are trying to achieve; you need to get out of your head because you feel all those negative emotions trying to peek out. You meet the dealer and finally get the Vicoprofen and within minutes the pain and emotions have gone away. A few weeks go by and before you know it you have lost your job and have no money for rent because Vicoprofen is more important.
You still don’t realize there is a problem and you have become addicted to Vicoprofen. You just keep telling yourself it is bad luck and things will eventually get better. However, you keep abusing Vicoprofen and nothing gets better. In all reality, it gets worse. You have moved back in with your parents and begin stealing their prized possessions so you can get money to buy Vicoprofen. You begin to feel worse than you did before you were taking Vicoprofen and finally realize there is a problem and you ask your parents for help.
You do some research and get into a medically supervised detox immediately and are following it with inpatient rehab treatment for Vicoprofen abuse. You are in detox and terrified to see where your life is going. You feel like this is the end but what you don’t realize is, in all reality, this is just your beginning. After detox, you are clear headed and ready for treatment. In treatment, you have gone through individualized and group therapy and have never felt better. You can now openly talk about your emotions and are the person you thought Vicoprofen would help you become.
Your life is better than it has ever been. You got a job, moved out of your parents and are helping other people who have struggled with addiction recover. You work on your recovery every day and life is next to prefect. Even the bad days are better than the days you were abusing Vicoprofen.
If this scenario sounded anything like your life and what you want it to become, help is available. There is hope for people abusing Vicoprofen and we are here to help.