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Anyone Have Any Suggestions For Surviving Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
For those of us who have been using alcohol and/or other drugs heavily or for a long time, does anyone care?
HELLO, i have Butrans pathces 10mcg/hour, will these help my previous oxycodone addiciton? releif withdrawl symptons? and is there any recreational va
My doctor diagnosed me with familiar tremors.But didn't give me any meds or advice. I've been with this conditions all my life, any advice or cure?
Under Dr.'s care: Detoxification needs to be under close medical care. Attempting to detox without adequate medical supervision could be dangerous and possibly deadly. If you know such a person encourage them to work with an addiction medical specialist and to get to some alcoholics anonymous meetings. ...Read more
Diagnosis?: Go see an ENT for a diagnosis. Then you can get the cause and target treatment. ...Read more
How do I cope with depression without telling someone? Iv been doing research and I have all of the symptoms of depression. However, i'm not comfortable telling anyone about it.
What do you advise if I'm suffering pentazocine addiction after prolong use of this drug from last 5years. can any one help me?
Same as any other: opiate. There is lots of help available to people with opiate addiction, whether it is Talwin, (pentazocine) heroin or oxycodone. Pentazocine produces a high level of psychological dependency, but much less physical dependency, so withdrawal isn't usually an issue. Your PCP can refer you, or you can google chemical dependency programs in your area. Narcotics Anonymous is free and available. ...Read more
I have munchausen's but can't find long term treatment data or morbidity/mortality- just a lot of unknowns. I am also bipolar 2 and an opiate addict.
Understandingly : U want 2 b helped. U have 2 consult a psychiatrist for a complete face to face evaluation. You can find a lot of info on the internet on psychiatrists near u. Even if u r not covered by insurance, u may find help in ur community or by calling ur american psychiatric association district branch. Pls avoid self-medicating, thx 4 ur question & best wishes 2 u 4 finding help & rx soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I found out everyone is different but is there any type of alcohol i can drink if i suffer from ibs-d (irritable bowel syndrome - diarrhea), what do you recommend?
What do you suggest if my sister has euphoria syndrom. what are best treatment for euphoria syndrome?
Migraine treatment: There are 3 principles to dealing with migraine headaches. 1. prevention with lifestyle 2. treatment when needed 3. preventive treatment if they are frequent Two easy steps are avoid MSG in food ingredients and consider a small magnesium supplement if they occur more often than twice per week. ...Read more
I really need to stop using meth. Are there any meds that could help withdrawal? Also, have there been any new advances or methods in meth recovery?
You can do it: There is no standardized method and treatment should be individualized. You should not fight this alone & ideally under the longitudinal care of a psychiatrist &/or addiction medicine specialist. In most, withdrawal symptoms tremendously improve by 3 weeks. Treatment of co-morbid conditions, antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, & behavioral therapy, augmented with holistic measures. ...Read more
What kind of doctor should I see to deal with "post acute withdrawal syndrome?"
sober now: 2 1/2 yrs.
Primary care: You should start with your primary care doctor. If you don't have one, get one. ...Read more
Not really: Neuroleptics are the mainstay for treatment.Get a more detailed answer ›
See answer: Ejaculation: best understood as an endpoint/response that represents the interaction of biological, psychological, relationship and cultural factors. Delayed/retarded ejaculation: far less common than premature ejaculation and more difficult to treat. Situational: communicate openly/honestly with partner. Treatment often more successful if couples work together as a team. Counseling may be needed. ...Read more
Can you tell me what you suggest if someone was dealing with post acute withdrawal syndrome after quitting alcohol, would the doctor possibly prescribe anxiety medication?
PostAcute Withdrawal: Paw is normal and common in early recovery - during the first 18-24 mos, periods of hours to days to weeks of symptoms including difficulty thinking clearly, mood swings or emotional numbing, short term memory problems, physical coordination problems, sleep problems and increased sensitivity to stress. Medication is appropriate for co-occurring anxiety or depression, but generally not just for paw. ...Read more
What are the risks of drinking alcohol (~3 drinks) with oxycodone(not abusing, chronic pain, 30-50mg daily) and is there anything i can do to mitigate?
If I'm 31 with no family history of seizures and have never smoked or done drugs. Am I at risk for seizure? Super fit but bad health anxiety.
No: You are not at risk for seizures more than the rest of the population. ...Read more
I had a very bad experience with Zoloft (sertraline) (loss of interest in life and suicidal thoughts during withdrawl). Are there any other meds I should avoid?
Work w/psychiatrist: Finding a medicine that successfully manages your depression can be a little challenging. But it's possible by partnering with your psychiatrist -- sharing your responses and being heard. I don't know whether you tapered your zoloft (sertraline), (sertraline) or whether you stopped it suddenly. The latter method could easily risk relapse into the symptoms your doctor was trying to help you with, via zoloft (sertraline). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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