Re: Rapid Detox
Dear young professor,
I had the procedure done a few years back. In short form I can tell you what I experienced. I want to express, first of all, I can tell you that don't believe everything you read or what they may tell you about rapid detox. Before I had the procedure done they told me that after I awoke I would be completely detoxed. This was untrue by a LONGSHOT! I was very unstable for many weeks. I was vomiting very large amounts for 4 days. I was very unstable and had the worst withdrawals I had ever experienced. It was a nightmare from He**. They also put a opiate blocker implant in me just below my left side of my stomach (below my waist line) about a inch deep. This procedure cost me 10 grand. In my opinion, I would not recommend this highly dangerous and painful procedure, because of what I experienced and the health problems that developed afterwards. It cause me to have throat and stomach problems that I still suffer with, which has still not healed and it's been over a few years now. Legal action is in progress over this matter and I am only telling fellow addicts what I experienced. You may take this information with a "grain of salt" but I just wanted to share the horrific experience that I was exposed to. If anyone would be afraid of a tough detox I can compare rapid detox by being at least 3 times more tough and dangerous. In my opinion this procedure should be more investigated. I wouldn't wish, what I went through on my worst enemy. I can only say that for this procedure one better be strong minded, healthy and have GUTS of steel. A cold turkey detox is much more easier and safer than this course of action, indeed. I'm sorry if I have "bursted someones bubble" in hope of maybe a different/less painful detox but rapid detox is surely not one of them, at all in my book...