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odysseygurl odysseygurl 36-40, F 6 Answers Apr 25, 2011

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yes i did meth for years havnt touched it now for two years and have no intention to i have a brain tumour now and i also have epilepsy both because of meth so be smart and give it up

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It all depends on the amount time and how often you used. Methadone damages some very vital brain receptors. You may become very ill as a consequence or require antidepressants for the duration of your life.

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Life after meth is so much better than life on meth. Depending how long the person was on this drug will impact if he/she needs to be on an antipsychotic medication due to the brain damage caused by this brain assault from this drug. Usually the recovering meth addict needs to be on an antipsychotic medication a minimum of 4 years, however, it is common to need to remain on medication for a life-time. <br />
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In addition, one may need an antidepressant and possibly a moodstabilizer. The wisest thing this person could do is see a psychiatrist and let this profession determine if one needs medication or not. This would assist the healing process and help improve the brain damage faster.

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Without admitting or denying anything I can certainly answer with a resounding YES!!!

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