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Crochunter1991 posted:
My best friend was on methadone for 6months and is going threw cold turkey withdraws it's day 10 nights are blurring together for me I don't do drugs but she did please help me what can I do to continue helping her????? Please!!! What the hell do I do I love her with every bone in my body and can't imagine what she's feeling but I've been right by her side day and night for the whole time some one please tell me what to do????!!!! Please I'm begging you all!!!! I need to do something now!!!
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Crochunter,

I'm sorry your post hasn't received a response yet though I'm sure one will be coming soon. How is your friend doing now, over two weeks later?
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Harry L Haroutunian, MD replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
No one needs to suffer through these detoxes anymore. Help is both available and affordable at the state and county level.

If you haven't already, I suggest you make a call for local resources through either your local hospital Emergency and/or Social Services Departments.

I wish your friend well.
Crochunter1991 replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
thank you she is better she made it threw it i couldent sleep for weeeeks trying to help her thank you for your concern
Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to Crochunter1991's response:
Hi Crochunter,

Thank you very much for returning here and giving us an update. I'm glad she's doing better now. How great that you were able to be there for her through it all.

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