My daughter has a drug problem with OC's. I've heard that the makers are making them to where they can not be snorted or injected. Is this true? I hope so for all parents and addicts. This is a dangerous drug when abused and I would like to see them made that way to possibly prevent accidental overdoses.
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Yes, it is true. Have you checked out suboxone or subutex as a possible treatment for her. I know that you are probably wondering if there is anything that will help, this medication could help WHEN she wants help. It stops withdrawal and craving, she won't do it til she's ready, but there is help. Go to YouTube.com and look up SuboxDoc and Maple2609 and watch their videos about suboxone. Maple is a young guy but he gets why suboxone works and he explains it really well. I will say some Prayers for you both. Pattishan
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