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Secrets To Get Your Boyfriend Addicted To You For Life
Should my boyfriend get prescribed suboxone? My boyfriend wants to start being prescribed Suboxone for his opiate addictions. Personally i don't think he has an addiction. He does do opiates on occasion and at one point was addicted to heroin. When he
Sounds like an addic: To me. It's not up to you to decide if he has a problem. This is about him. Sounds like he does. Suboxone is no panacea. He will not feel high. People fail therapy if not motivated. Drug addiction kills people. Every day. Support him and help him get help if he needs it. Go to meetings with him. Suboxone is a way to get off opiates. Then get off the suboxone. Get into a good life. Be well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im really desperate cause my ex got a new boyfriend.. Are there any methods how to get on in life or feel better?
No easy answer: There is no cure for how you are feeling. Time will help, but there is no immediate cure. I do suggest that you try to go out an socialize and that you spend time with your friends. It will keep your mind off your ex. Talk to your friends and family about how you feel and you will find that with the passage of time you will start to feel better. You can always talk to your doctor too. ...Read more
My boyfriend has started making suicidal comments and I'm not sure what to do. He told me he has questioned taking his own life after a bad night due to heavy drinking. He doesnt self harm that I know of but does get very angry and physical when drunk (he
Do something now: You should get him some help as soon as possible. Maybe involving his parents or siblings. When drinking the tendency of a successful suicide event will be increased. People can be Baker Acted for 72 hours in the event self harm is near. Medications can make the world of difference ...Read more
Will i have HPV for life?
I am 24 years old with genital warts and a recent LGSIL pap smear. Will my boyfriend of 6 months get the virus too?
No, not for life: The immune system clears HPV, although it can take up to 2 years. You can assume your BF has already been infected and even might be the source of your infection (you'll never know). Probably he'll never have symptoms, but should keep an eye out for warts. LSIL is mild; you are at low risk for a serious problem. Follow your doc's advice, and also speak with her about HPV vaccination. ...Read more
Bad sign: Please forgive my frankness. Disabuse yourself of the notion that "being in love makes everything good." i hope you live in a culture where you have a choice about who may be your partner. This is an extremely disturbing behavior. Unless you are prepared to spend your life with a man whose drug abuse will become worse and worse, end the relationship. ...Read more
Addiction: By definition, addiction means doing something unnatural or anti-social to gain a drug that is not taken for its intended purpose. Patients with genuine pain get tolerant to drugs but rarely addicted. Running out of a prescription early and using more than prescribed dose are most common signs of drug abuse (or diversion). Selling it is also unlawful and using someone else's meds is unlawful too. ...Read more
Is it bothering to: you? Are you exhausted by having sex when he desires? Does he meet his sexual needs outside of your relationship? Does his addiction prevent him from living life fully? If you are negatively impacted by his addiction - would advise him of this. If it is making you unhappy & isn't an issue he is willing to budge on - may consider finding a man whose world doesn't revolve around sex. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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