opiate withdrawal help
Best advice

Marion, NC

#111 Jul 12, 2013
And please addicts, share your drugs with me, please? Crack, meth, pain pills I don't care.

Since: Jun 13

Brrrrrrrr it's cold...

#112 Jul 12, 2013
Best advice wrote:
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First...are we talking about addicts or people who have become opiate dependent?? There is a huge difference. Nevertheless....either of them coming here for that kind of advice IF it is legit...is idiotic to begin with. If addicts really want help, they're going to get it professionally and follow through with appropriate treatment. Most say they want help, but are not serious. I am sick of us non-addicts having to pay for these dipshits that are too lazy and stupid to face life, make an honest living and ignore the temptations. If junkies want to kill themselves with drugs...why don't they just stop being cowards, do it right and not pretend at the expense of all the rest of us?
You are a heartless hog. We are talking about both. What makes you think these people aren't in treatment? You are just spouting off nonsense because you think you are footing their bill. You should be ashamed of yourself.

Since: Jun 13

Brrrrrrrr it's cold...

#113 Jul 12, 2013
Best advice wrote:
And please addicts, share your drugs with me, please? Crack, meth, pain pills I don't care.
You are not making these people's treatment any better by taunting them with this post. How could you?
Best advice

Marion, NC

#114 Jul 17, 2013
Ice_Princess_ wrote:
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You are a heartless hog. We are talking about both. What makes you think these people aren't in treatment? You are just spouting off nonsense because you think you are footing their bill. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Because if they're sincere and serious about getting help, this damn place is the last place they'd be coming for advice. There is no "thinking" I am footing the bill, it is a fact and so are you, you idiot. I am in healthcare so I see it first hand almost everyday.

Since: Jun 13

Brrrrrrrr it's cold...

#115 Jul 17, 2013
Best advice wrote:
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Because if they're sincere and serious about getting help, this damn place is the last place they'd be coming for advice. There is no "thinking" I am footing the bill, it is a fact and so are you, you idiot. I am in healthcare so I see it first hand almost everyday.
You have a lot of nerve to call me an idiot when it took you five days and some hours for you to respond. Don't call me an idiot again.

Since: Jun 13

Brrrrrrrr it's cold...

#116 Jul 17, 2013
Best advice wrote:
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Because if they're sincere and serious about getting help, this damn place is the last place they'd be coming for advice. There is no "thinking" I am footing the bill, it is a fact and so are you, you idiot. I am in healthcare so I see it first hand almost everyday.
They don't sit in treatment all day. Drug addicts do have time to write on this forum unlike you.

Since: Jun 13

Brrrrrrrr it's cold...

#117 Jul 17, 2013
please help wrote:
I thought this was a forum to reach out and get help. If there's any body out there that can help me and who under stands about opiate withdrawal I'd like to talk to you. I've tried for 30 years to get weaned off of this stuff and I haven't succeeded. It's been hard and I feel alone and cold. I've tried detox and I'm on my 1st day of it and it's not working.
Sir don't pay any attention to these goon balls who think they know so much. All every body thinks about on this thread is money and how much it's costing the tax payers. Sir just don't pay any attention to it. Especially that best advice person. It took him five days to bother responding to me. Don't ever expect some body like that to be there for you in case if you need CPR.

Since: May 13

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#119 Jul 27, 2013
Jeff_D_28681 wrote:
Hell this hell damn forum is the hell damn same. Hell I hope the hell damn that Donald fella didn't get blue stole and damn hell kill her.
LOL! No stranger, I'm not dead or have I been stolen! But he sure does follow me all over Topix.....I mean, why would I ever want someone who does that. I thought he was sick 4 years ago, but he is a lot worse now! Very abusive and I can't imagine how life would be around him in person.
Loving Gingers

Marion, NC

#121 Jul 27, 2013
aint no hella no damn body dead or stole you freak
Loving Gingers

Marion, NC

#123 Jul 27, 2013
yea, tell all those things to yourself buddy, that's some wicked ish you damn hell on, for real
Loving Gingers

Marion, NC

#125 Jul 27, 2013
oh, my bad, you seeing messages from me now, think its about time for check IN
abyss

United States

#126 Oct 21, 2013
Today is my second day into wds. This fucking sucks. I have horrible rls, my stomach is a mess, the diareah is killer, I have no energy, and I have to work. I can't believe I did this again. I ha e WD so many times already. I am an idiot to do this to my self again. I was taking 20 mgs at a time about 4-6 times daily if not more. I ran out Saturday night. I woke up on the morning terrified because I knew what was about to happen. What is really bad is that I am at work and our bathrooms are not working. Wtf am I supposed to do. I really want to get clean. But I keep thinking about using again. It would make me feel so much better within 15 minutes. I fucking hate this. I need help.

Since: Oct 13

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#127 Oct 21, 2013
If you aren't allergic to them, diphenhydramine - the main ingredient in Benadryl, can be quite helpful. Some loperamide will help with the diarrhea. It is technically an opiod, it doesn't cross the blood/brain barrier and is an otc product. 5000mcg B12 tablets are helpful in any case, but especially in cases of opiod/opiate withdrawal issues.

Since: Oct 13

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#128 Oct 21, 2013
If you can take a week off of work, you CAN beat the initial difficulties with severe withdrawals. I would also suggest that you remove yourself permanently from ANY person that may be abusing any substance. Be sure you drink lots of water, also. I would also suggest not to use Methadone to displace the current opiod or opiate that you are using. It is VERY difficult to diacontinue, even with a very protracted discontunation downward titration protocol. Suboxone, in my experience helping people, is a good bit more efficacious, as well as easier to discontinue when that time comes. The first 10 days will be hellish, but each day following that will be decrementally easier.
was going to troll but

Hazleton, PA

#129 Oct 21, 2013
I have a friend that was in a care wreck and was prescribed opiates and then ended up with a bad heroin habit trying to fill in the gaps between scripts too. Go seek help now from a drug rehabilitation place not any other bullshit route.
GreysonA

Bucharest, Romania

#131 Nov 18, 2013
I was tired of advice and all kind of magical pills. I am not a big fan of rehab centers and endless conversations on how I feel. I was an opiate addicted so it was obviously I wasnít feeling so damn good. I just needed something that really worked. I wasnít strong enough to battle the withdrawal symptoms all by myself and I was sure that holding anyoneís hand wouldnít have helped me either. I was searching more details about the withdrawal process and Iíve come across this blog here http://withdrawalaid.com/blog/ . Iíve found out about Withdrawal Aid and I decided to give it a try. People, it really worked! It helped with those unbearable symptoms like muscle pain, shakiness, low energy and even restless legs syndrome. You should check out it out here http://withdrawalaid.com/ , you donít have anything to lose, but your opiate addiction.
Wake up ppl

Marion, NC

#132 Nov 18, 2013
abyss wrote:
Today is my second day into wds. This fucking sucks. I have horrible rls, my stomach is a mess, the diareah is killer, I have no energy, and I have to work. I can't believe I did this again. I ha e WD so many times already. I am an idiot to do this to my self again. I was taking 20 mgs at a time about 4-6 times daily if not more. I ran out Saturday night. I woke up on the morning terrified because I knew what was about to happen. What is really bad is that I am at work and our bathrooms are not working. Wtf am I supposed to do. I really want to get clean. But I keep thinking about using again. It would make me feel so much better within 15 minutes. I fucking hate this. I need help.
This is a troll that's just trying to get someone to talk to them. Go to any other towns forum and this dumbass is there somewhere. If you truly were an addict and needed help you WOULD NOT come here there are countless websites that really are for addicts stop being stupid. Guys don't waste your time feeding the troll.
Wake up ppl

Marion, NC

#134 Nov 18, 2013
pain_in_the_world wrote:
If you can take a week off of work, you CAN beat the initial difficulties with severe withdrawals. I would also suggest that you remove yourself permanently from ANY person that may be abusing any substance. Be sure you drink lots of water, also. I would also suggest not to use Methadone to displace the current opiod or opiate that you are using. It is VERY difficult to diacontinue, even with a very protracted discontunation downward titration protocol. Suboxone, in my experience helping people, is a good bit more efficacious, as well as easier to discontinue when that time comes. The first 10 days will be hellish, but each day following that will be decrementally easier.
Your posts are often helpful and thoughtful I just don't want you to waste your time.

Since: Oct 13

Walled Lake, MI

#135 Nov 25, 2013
I got so much relief from other people online, I felt I needed to share.. I'm about 45 days sober and WOW has it been a ride. I've detoxed in the past but only for a few weeks to get my next fix. For everybody in your first week or two, PLEASE KNOW THAT THIS IS THE WORST. The initial withdrawal is more than enough to make you relapse. It's enough to make you want to die. For me, the flu like symptoms did suck. And I did try everything. All of the vitamins, I tried clonidine, all of that shit. It helps in very, very small amounts. Bottom line, the whole process is SO awful. You just have to take one day at a time. For all of you out there suffering from EXTREME EXTREME depression, I cannot tell you enough, this too shall pass. When going through my 2nd and 3rd week of withdrawals, I literally wanted to die. I couldn't leave my house. And to top it all off, it felt so real. I almost believed I had always been this depressed. The reason why I'm typing this out is literally to tell you guys THIS ISN"T REAL. It goes away. It's just your brain recovering. While in this process, I read some fairly good advice. Take vitamins, get exercise, make very small goals for each day. All of these help. None of them help enough to make any kind of impact. The only thing that helps is constantly reminding yourself that this isn't real and in a months time you will feel better. Listen to music and try to exercise. If you can't, just don't think you need to go back on the drug.
Nobody

Wayne, NJ

#136 Dec 11, 2013
I'm taking "Withdrawal Aid" - I found it on Bing and so far it's working well. Its helping with many of the symptoms. Try it out.

Here is the site: http://withdrawalaid.com

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