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thisbrerulezyou thisbrerulezyou 18-21, F 9 Answers Jun 13, 2012

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Some withdrawals from addictive substances can be life threatening.Since you are ashamed to be more explicit,no one can really advise anything,but DO see a doctor if you need advice

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If they're more than you think you can handle, see your doc.<br />
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Otherwise, hang in there and be kind to yourself. <br />
Withdrawal symptoms can last up to around four weeks and can include anxiety, sweats (without fever), fatigue, irritability, cravings, loss of appetite, and so on.<br />
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Now's the time to be eating well, getting plenty of sleep, and letting family know that you're unwell if they get concerned.

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If you'd rather not say what it is you're addicted to, try medical books, or an encyclopedia. I recommend a site called Erowid, for an honest answer about anything that gets you high, good or bad. There is an exstensive list. Click on plants & drugs. I have no doubt, whatever it is you've been taking, will be listed. Good luck.

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Honey please get help! Tell someone that you know really cares about you and can support you in this, and definitely see a doctor!

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What are you withdrawing from i will be able to help more if i knew

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I'm too ashamed to tell! Will it help me kick my addiction if I just do it?

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First step is admitting to it. If you dont want to put it on here we can talk through my email

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I messaged u on here

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It depends what it is and mostly... where You are?

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I'm in the South. USA

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what are you addicted to?

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I'm ashamed to say it or tell anyone.

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then you should see a doctor if your sick and or in pain

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That makes helping You difficult. I was trying to write in as a personal message, but Your setting do not allow to. Feel free to write to me, if you want.

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I messaged u on here

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What from ????

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