... have someone call me back. In addition, I called my PCP's nurse and told the nurse about my new addiction so she would tell my PCP and it would remain in my file permentealy
WOOO HOO! Glad you are facing reality and seeking the help you need. Have you begun to taper the amount of Provigil you were taking? Did you give your pills to your hubby to dispense to you? Let me know what you get worked out and don't forget you also have your new therapist to help you through this addiction.
Again, congratulations on making the first steps to becoming free of this addiction.
What a brave step for you to take!! I've heard facing an addiction is extremely difficult, yet you have taken the first and biggest step of all- asking for help. I'm sure your husband will hold your hand through this, making it just that much easier. I'm so, so proud of you! Maybe your Dr. can find a substitute for the Provigil for you. You're someone to be admired for recognizing this, Jenny.
Lots of hugs,
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