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How Long Does It Take To Detox From Oxycontin
A week: Breaking the binge/crash cycle is the hard part. The extreme craving that occurs after the crash begins to decrease after 3-4 days, so if the individual can get past that period of time, they are more likely to stay abstinent. Psychological treatments are really all we have, but can help if you stick with them. There are some medicines, especially topirimate (Topamax) which may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Klonopin (clonazepam): Depends on dose, how long you are on it, how it's prescribed daily, and what other medications you are taking. ...Read more
It depends: First, ambiguous questions get ambiguous or general answers. What specific prescription are you talking about? Celexa (citalopram)? Celexa (citalopram), if this is of concern for you, can be stopped relatively quickly with little risk of physical withdrawal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Some people, for reasons that are not clear, are more sensitive to changes in serotonergic medications such as paroxetine (paxil) and suffer from discontinuation symptoms. In my experience, the way to manage this is to very slowly taper off the medication. Depending on the dose and duration of treatment, that can take many months (and often a lot of tab splitting and quartering). ...Read more
It depends: Amount of use, duration of use, concentration of urine, sensitivity of tests used, all play a role. Practically, within 72 hours after use I would expect most people's urine would test negative for oxycodone. Asking the question implies an opioid use disorder. This warrants professional medical help as well as behavioral help. ...Read more
Depends...: For someone who has taken suboxone for maintenance? There is no consistent agreement on the way to stop most providers would advise a slow taper after other supports (therapy, support groups, etc.) are structured and being used. There are as many taper schedules as there are providers. Most patients can taper faster from the higher doses but have to slow down as they get to low dose. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Very variable: That depends. The very old and very young can be especially hard hit by the flu. If there are other medical conditions like HIV, Diabetes, asthma etc - the can make recovery more difficult. Whether or not you had the flu shot or used antiviral medications also is a factor. ...Read more
Acute pyelonephritis: Clinically with proper antibiotic therapy weeks. Antibiotic therapy may be seven to fourteen days depending on health of individual and type of bacteria.Pyelonephritis affecting cortex of kidney may take 6 months to entirely heal in children as far as normal anatomy of kidney. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends...: The severity and time to recover from this toxin- induced neurological disease varies on the amount of toxin ingested and the time of toxin. Serotype a is generally more severe than the other usual types, b and e. It can be days to months. Also the rapid use of antitoxin can assist in lowering the time to recovery. ...Read more
Protracted : Protracted withdrawal or abstinent syndrome is when craving & other w/d symptoms last beyond the acute w/d phase. Can take months & even years in certain individuals to fully recover which is one maintenance therapy was approved. Individuals with this condition may benefit from agonist based therapy due to higher incidence of relapse. Discuss abstinence-based treatment with an addictionologist. ...Read more
Depends on Type: It all depends on the type of morphine one is taking. There is an immediate release form (ir) and several extended release (er) forms (ms contin, kaidan, avinza, morphine cr). You can expect most ir formulation to last 4-6 hours. Depending on the patient's metabolism some last a little less or more. The er forms last any where from 12 -24 hours depending on the brand. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1-2 days: The above procedure is usually done with a local block or light anesthetic. Barring complications, recovery is less than 24 hours with minimal spotting & cramping after. I usually prescribe Ibuprofen & tylenol (acetaminophen) following these & most patients do very well and return to work/school the next day. Take care. ...Read more
No Time: It is never really safe to take heroin. I am sorry to sound preachy, but them's the facts. A heroin addict needs to get on suboxone and stay on it. You probably already know that an untreated heroin addict will usually end up in one of three places. Jail-hospital-cemetery. Please seek out help for yourself right away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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