I use oxycodoone 30mg at least one a day, i was using before i found out i was pregnant.. and my drug use was really to maintain stress, xanax knocks me out, and the roxys just make me more calm and suttle.. however, it has became habbit..and normal to me..and i want to stop because of my pregnancy..i try..and i feel so sick from both withdrawl and nausea from the pregnancy.. i am so scared i am harming my unborn baby and i just want to be healthy and have a healthy baby..but i have heard so much about going cold turkey and causing miscarriage.. i have no intentions of continuing using i will do whatever to nip this in the bud, but i need some type of reASSURance that what i have done so far hasnt efffected the baby, and i still have time to make this right...
Hello. It's good that you realize the seriousness of the situation and that you want to make changes. There is no way anyone can guarantee the health of baby but getting yourself healthy ASAP is vital. Are you prescribed the xanex & oxy? If so, I would contact the Doctor to discuss what is best for you and the baby. Yes- withdrawal is not comfortable and it would be a few rough days but perhaps a Doctor can help you so it's not too tough on you or the baby. You need to understand the long term effects drug exposure can have on a child. In some cases, Doctors may allow a patient to use prescription medications is the benefits out weigh the risks. That is why I highly suggest you be honest with your doctor and come up with a plan. Also, if you continue to use, without doctors consent, then when you give birth both you and baby or just baby or you, may be drug tested. If it comes up positive for opiates and/or benzos and you don't the ok from your doctor with a current rx, CPS may be notified and they could take custody of the child. You don't want this! Please seek out help and get rid of the dependence on those nasty pills! You can do it :)
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