... morning before he took his oxytocin?
Yes!! Never, I repeat Never, do you want to drug a person without there consent/ knowledge. I get the feeling of desperation from this question, and, if your boyfriend is an addict and you want to see him quit, that's completely understandable. But drugging his morning coffee is not the solution, and can possibly make the situation worse by doing so. Not only is this a felonious crime, but there could be dire consequences. would you be willing to accept the consequences of your action if, by chance, he had a reaction to the suboxone/ oxy combo that sent him to the E.R? What about when he notices his coffee has a foul, orange suboxone-like taste and figures out you drugged him? I understand that you want help, but he has to be willing to quit in order for him to actually do so. You can start by calling the drug abuse prevention line, the number is 1-800-729-6686. They have a list of resources that may help you. Also, the Drug and alcohol abuse referral line, 1-800-662-help. I hope this helps you, god bless, Manda
When you think about it, WOW!!
He might realize that the Oxy. is not working and he just might take more and more. He has to want to become free of his addiction. Talk it over with him then go to the NAABT.org web page and have him find a doctor to work with him. He must realize he has support of you that is more than what most addicts have. SUPPORT...
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