+ Reply to Thread
Page 12 of 12 FirstFirst ... 2 10 11 12
Results 111 to 119 of 119

Thread: Marijuana withdrawal Upset Stomach Aches

  1. #111
    Manny Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default Stomach pain after quitting weed

    I smoke everyday for 3 years. I’ve had the stomach pain and lost appetite for a whole week until I decided to start jogging again and hitting the gym for weightlifting and steam bath. So after a week of exercise and staying active I feel great again. 2 months now weed free and going strong. No longer crave. Hope this helps

    •    Sponsored Offer - Cannitrol

      Quit Marijuana with Cannitrol

       

      cannitrol

  2. #112
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Posts
    74

    Default

    These sort of posts reporting successful ways of dealing with withdrawal and with a pot-free life are really important to this forum. Thanks for taking the time to do that and VERY happy to read that you're "2 months now weed free and going strong. No longer crave." Much of that has to do with the choices you made. You weren't passive nor did you roll up into a ball, you joined a gym, started jogging, etc. Others take note!

  3. #113
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default Stomach pains from stopping cannibis

    Ive smoked weed since I was 13 I'm now 25 I've gave up in the past and I've never had pain like this before I can't eat if I do it takes me couple hours to Finnish one meal it's making me go bit mad it's been 5 days now and also hot flushes ever 1-2 mins and my mind is going constantly going crazy maybe it's because thc has got a lot more higher these days what can help with the stomach pains how long can this last for ?

  4. #114
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default If I can quit anyone can

    I smoked weed for 12 years religiously and was able to do it cold turkey . The first two weeks were hard and I thought the symptoms would never stop but they did. I can eat watever I want now and my cravings are gone as well. Milk pickles sandwiches chicken noodle soup and sprite for 2 weeks.

  5. #115
    Join Date
    Jul 2018
    Posts
    1

    Default

    The stomach pains got me on the 11th day as well as some anxiety and wanting to fight with anyone. I was sure I had IRB but I now see that the stomach pains are part of the withdrawal. I was pretty fortunate as so far I only had insomnia a few days in the beginning . I am 70 years old so stopping this stuff was important mostly because it was’nt pleasant smoking. Exercise and meditation help, but I have only been gym willing every other day- just feel too lousy and tired .
    Also, annoying minor headaches are there as well as lightheaded feeling when I pop off the chair. Tossed my medical marijuana card in the damn trash. I quit before and did feel better the middle of the third week,
    Nature’s calm, magnesium supplement tea helps and amino acid LTheanine

  6. #116
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I've been smoking virtually every day for the last 2 years, and was at the point where I was smoking an O in a week. I quit 4 days ago, and the stomach problems are the worst of the symptoms. When I eat I can only eat in very small portions, and when I do I feel nauseous and cramping. I've woken up every night and puked up everything I'd eaten that day as though my body cant digest on its own anymore. I think this is from the rapid increase in metabolism that happens when you smoke. Im going to consult my doctor about it this week, if you want that information Id be happy to share.
    It will go away with time it’s just withdrawals. I have them every time i quit . When i smoke, i smoke. Weed withdrawals are real. Not crazy like heroin or those heavier drugs. It’s usually nausea, dry heaving, trouble swallowing food, exesive air in the stomach. Cold sweats. Only a true smoker and i mean a heavy smoker that actually quits cold turkey knows what this feels like. A remedy is to keep smoking, but then you don’t really quit. It’s your body telling you “hey, you smoked way too ****ing much and now you’re quitting and I’m gonna let you know how i feel about that”. Endure the pain because you smoked your way to that point. It will pass eventually. In a few months

  7. #117
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default Yup, stomach is a mess

    Yup, stomach is a mess but no diarrhea!

  8. #118
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default I never imagined withdrawal would cause pain like this

    I'm 34. Been a heavy weed smoker for over a decade. I've taken long breaks from it before (several weeks or months), so I knew about the insomnia, crazy dreams, loss of appetite, sometimes even a little sickness. This time around MY GOD my stomach hurts. I'm really glad I found this forum. I never knew weed withdrawals could have caused pain like this. I thought I had a hietal hernia or something else going on. I'm on day 5 now and it seems to be slowly getting better. It's really obnoxious because you have discomfort from eating, but if you don't eat you have hunger pain.

    Also, not sure if this is a factor, but I switched over to vaping marijuana a couple years back because smoking was a little rougher and I found myself coughing a lot, and I've been getting mostly indica/hybrid vape oil since then too. I'm wondering if either of those things are playing a role in how painful these withdrawals are because I used to smoke sativa buds almost exclusively and those times I 'quit' in the past I had more mild symptoms.

  9. #119
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Posts
    74

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm 34. Been a heavy weed smoker for over a decade. I've taken long breaks from it before (several weeks or months), so I knew about the insomnia, crazy dreams, loss of appetite, sometimes even a little sickness. This time around MY GOD my stomach hurts. I'm really glad I found this forum. I never knew weed withdrawals could have caused pain like this. I thought I had a hietal hernia or something else going on. I'm on day 5 now and it seems to be slowly getting better. It's really obnoxious because you have discomfort from eating, but if you don't eat you have hunger pain.

    Also, not sure if this is a factor, but I switched over to vaping marijuana a couple years back because smoking was a little rougher and I found myself coughing a lot, and I've been getting mostly indica/hybrid vape oil since then too. I'm wondering if either of those things are playing a role in how painful these withdrawals are because I used to smoke sativa buds almost exclusively and those times I 'quit' in the past I had more mild symptoms.
    Sorry to read about your painful situation. My withdrawal brought big sleep issues plus anxiety, irritability, loss of appetite, etc. but I never had any physical pain. That would have sucked. The American Psychiatric Association includes cannabis withdrawal in its latest diagnostic manual (DSM-5) and one of the symptoms listed for cannabis withdrawal is abdominal pain so I'd say it's very likely that's what your pain is from.

    As for why you have abdominal pain during this withdrawal but not in past withdrawals, that's probably pretty hard to say for sure. Your own suggestion about your use of different weed types and vaping/smoking could be correct. Reading this forum shows that, with folks who have quit several times, symptoms generally fall into the same broad category but many individuals have a different set of those symptoms per event as well as a different duration and intensity of their symptoms.

    For assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Marijuana Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can call the US Government’s FREE SAMHSA’s National Helpline on:

    1-800-662-HELP (4357)



    I think it sounds very good that on day 5 you already feel like it's getting better. I hope you have continual improvement. Please keep us posted.

+ Reply to Thread

Advertising

Similar Threads

  1. Marijuana and stomach problems
    By Rex in forum Online Marijuana Rehab Group
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 12-30-2016, 10:18 AM
  2. Marijuana Withdrawal As Bad As Withdrawal From Cigarettes
    By Cannabis Rehab Admin in forum Online Marijuana Rehab Group
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 12-20-2014, 01:02 AM
  3. Joint stiffness/aches during weed withdrawal?
    By Unregistered in forum Online Marijuana Rehab Group
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 12-20-2011, 09:31 AM
  4. Marijuana and the Tummy Stomach Aches
    By Unregistered in forum Online Marijuana Rehab Group
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 09-22-2009, 10:23 AM

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may post new threads
  • You may post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •