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Naltrex for detox?

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- Tue, 03 Jul 2018 05:55:23 EST JuhU2Gpj No.30006
File: 1530611723482.jpg -(30536B / 29.82KB, 600x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Naltrex for detox?
So I used basically opium (pst)today right... but I'm fucking done and want to get clean. I have some naltrex on hand. What can I do to maybe speed up the withdrawl and just get it over with? I've taken like 2mg already... What should I take? What should my plan be? Does this even work?
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James Hashwater - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 05:01:12 EST hz0sYZtr No.30033 Reply
By naltrex, I’ll assume you mean naltrexone.

When I was 21 years old, I was in a similar place. Constantly fucking up. Hated getting high. Just wanted it all to be done. I wanted sobriety desperately. I too, had naltrexone on hand. 50mg pills. So I broke the pill up and took about 1/8th of a pill. I waited about 45 minutes, figured it didn’t do anything, and took about 1/4 of a pill. Long story short, I was in the ER within the hour. This was at like 2AM. I’m thinking about trying it again, too. Here I am. In the last 5 years, I’ve relapsed 4 times. Most recently, last Friday. I used for 5 straight days, the last time I dosed was Wednesday at 11:00 AM. I slept great Wednesday night. Tonight... welll sleep isn’t coming so easily. My plan was to take naltrexone on Friday night... I’m reconsidering. But I may take a low dose. My advice for you - continue on extremely low doses (2mg is good) every 4-6 hours. It will put you in more misery, but it will also speed up the process. IMO - it isn’t worth the additional pain.

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