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Posted by karen on October 26, 2000 at 02:45:18:

In Reply to: Oxycontin withdrawl posted by Mike on October 25, 2000 at 13:33:56:

: I've been on oxycontins for about 18 months, I've worked up to 40mg. x 12 per day, now it's time to get
: off of this so called wonder drug, I've tried numerous times to detox but it's pure hell, does anyone out there
: have a solution or formula on making the withdraw easier, PLEASE, Iam at my end.

Please get some professional help with this. My husband had been fighting the same battle without seeking professional help for about 3 months. He died almost 3 weeks ago. Now, I am left with a beautiful 9 month old baby girl and 12 year old son to raise alone. My advice is you cannot wean yourself from it. You have to drop it "cold turkey", but a professional can help you with withdrawals.

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