Methadone: A Flicker Of Light In The Dark

Methadone: A Flicker Of Light In The Dark

To provide a better understanding of the very important role methadone plays in the treatment of addiction.
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Number of posts : 71
Age : 60
Humor : PEACE
Registration date : 2010-04-29

PostSubject: The light at the end of my tunnel   Sun May 09, 2010 10:11 pm

I just wanted to say the light was definetly 30 mg of methadone, thats what I started with 7 years ago, I walked into a clinic in Denver, 98 LBS very sick. Did my intake, then my dose 30 mgs, now Im on 125mgs but it has gaven me back a life I thought was gone forever.
Methadone is my medication I take daily to live a clean and sober life, in society. I live day by day, if I have to take this medicine for the rest of my life, to have a life, then thats just what I will do. People are always saying, so you still take methadone, and I ask them, do you still take your daily meds? Im so glad I found you all, cause I dont have no one to talk to that understands about methadone and what it has done for us addicts. A life saver. Thank you and god bless all

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Number of posts : 863
Age : 46
Location : live in Louisiana but attend MMT clinic in Tx
Job/hobbies : COUPONING & GEOCACHING are my favorite past times but I also love reading and spending time with my husband and kids
Humor : I don't have a sense of humor.............
Registration date : 2009-05-25

PostSubject: Re: The light at the end of my tunnel   Mon May 10, 2010 11:31 am

We are so glad you found us too and that is what we hoped to accomplish with this group to begin with.

I feel the same way as you, that 30mg of methadone was a lifesaver and a turning point for me in the way I deal with my opiate addiction. It saved my life!

Thanks for sharing with us and I hope we hear from you again in the future!

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