I´m 41 male, was an alcoholic 4 20 years, been sober for 8 years.
What is campral? Campral (acamprosate calcium) is a prescription medication approved to treat alcohol dependence. It is intended for use after a person has stopped drinking (usually after detoxification) and should be used in combination with a comprehensive alcohol treatment program that includes counseling and group support programs. If you have a relapse and start drinking again, do not stop taking campral unless your doc instructs you to do so.
I don´t like your question..But who am I 2 judge u... @ the end of the day it´s your life. By the way here is the answer you seeking:
campral does not work like most other alcohol dependence meds. It won´t cause any unpleasant reactions when combined with alcohol, and it is not a habit-forming drug
- Campral Information for Consumers
- Campral Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Campral (detailed)
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