I call myself go hard bc that's what I do? I have zero energy and this part always drives me back, help wat can I take to get over this help!!! I can take at least 10 a day 4 at a time this has to stop
go hard or not, you really need to get yourself into recovery, get a Dr on board and invest about 10 months into getting past all this. At that amount you will either be very sick for a long time or relapse, I do not wish either one on you.
If you want more information on this from someone who has been through and come through a lot, just say so. Either way, best to you..hope this helps some.
I've been where you are... I started on vicodin, which is Hydrocodone and the same as lortabs! I went from that to Percocet, to Demerol, to Oxycontin... then to Heroin and then Speed balls, (heroin and coke IV!) It just get's worse fron where you are if you don't get Professional help... I have been clean for almost 10 years and I did it through the Methadone program... but that doesn't work for everyone! You need to try rehab first! I know that you may have to work and have daily things that you have to do...
but getting off the drugs is the ONLY THING that you need to do right now because you can't do ANYTHING until you are off of the drugs! Doing this cold turkey will not work!! why do you think that there are soooo many different types of treatment programs out there?? If we addicts could do it cold turkey, we wouldn't need programs! It may take a few tries before you find the right recovery for you, but if you really want to do it, you will keep trying until you find the one that works! Also go to NA meetings and if you can't find NA meetings... go to AA meetings they are one in the same!! I go to both and they are a God send!! I wish you luck!
As you can see from others on here, you are not the first to go through this nor will you, unfortunately, be the last. Recovery is hard, there is no easy way to do it. The best way is, as the other posters have said, to get on board with a Dr or a program to help you quit. Most people who try to cold turkey fail, not to say that you cant, but you are more likely to be successful with help. The previous posters gave you great advice. Sometimes when we make bad decisions we do have to humble ourselves, it is part of the process to recovery. You have a lot going for you in your life and getting clean needs to be a priority otherwise you are just making excuses. I know that sounds harsh but it is true! As the previous poster said, NA or AA meetings would be a great start. They wont cost you anything to start and you can find out about other resources in your area and talk to people going through the same things. You've made the first big step in admitting this a problem.
Now you need to follow through and admit that you need help! It may be a long road but it will be so worth it and you CAN do this!
My husband & I both went to a pain management specialist. I have moderate disk degenerative disease in my back,my husband has herniated disks in his. We were both prescribed Norcos. After 2 years of us both suffering,I literally crawled in horrible withdrawal to a phonebook in my house and found a Methadone program. We were both in withdrawal AGAIN, so they immediately told us to come in asap. After that first dose within 30 minutes,we were withdrawal free. After 1 1/2yrs. on methadone,went on to Suboxone. Have stopped that too,just taking OTC pain meds now and no longer dependent on opiates. You can do it! But most will not succeed alone. I wish you all the best & remember,your not alone.
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