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Old 07-25-2012, 05:33 AM   #1
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In just one night painlessly opiate free?

I am in recovery for 25 years unfortunately five years ago my age and body cought†up with me and†I had to deal with severe chronic hip pain not having insurance surgery is out of the question. I went to a legitimate pain specialist not a pill mill.
I love being in the†recovery process, although I take opiates I still go to meetings and have a sponcer that knows all,†opiates taken correctly are without surgery the treatment†to be able to walk and not lose one's mind from the chronic†pain,†but there's no way around it opiates are terrible for your liver and one gets foggy and the body becomes dependent.
So I take opiate holidays every six months for 2 to 4 weeks†and just deal with the hip pain by not doing much and†using my cane a lot. I do this so I can†juice and †fast to give†my body and mind a cleansing.†
Easier said than done you say?†
I know all too well the grueling and torturous effects of withdrawal from opiates especially high doses over long-term use and for me Methadone or Suboxone are simply switching seats on the Titanic.
In Europe there is treatment by†administering†a Alzheimer drug called Memantine which a patient†takes in a sitting in a dose of†150 to 200 mg .†
This is truly a miracle I'm telling you I wake up and all cravings are honestly gone completely and no more drugs are needed.††The physical pain or†mental part are still there so one will require†a support group or a therapist. As far as physical withdrawal it does not happen, I didn't believe it either but after my 10th time at this I still can't believe it but it works!!!
†I'm simply sharing my personal experience with a little-known treatment. Just paying it forward, I hate to see people in this situation they don't have to be in. This my friends is a way to bypass detox's and all of its expense , time and pain. One wonders why this is not widely known about in the USA but I guess you could figure that out for yourselves$$$. Please I insist†you get a doctor and be under his or her care. Having said that do your homework find a doctor's willing to help you do the research and you'll find this a successful†way to be physically†opiate free, again the mental/physical part is how one becomes dependent, so please have a†a support group or therapist already in place†to deal your particular†issues if it is a mental problem for you then you will be free forever if you follow the above suggestions if not†you will fail,†thank you.

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Old 07-25-2012, 01:02 PM   #2
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Re: In just one night painlessly opiate free?

Welcome Paxston, Never heard of this treatment before. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. Bolter

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