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How to avoid the addiction to lorecets ?

im wondering the effects of a continuing drug addict to keep useing drugs after the doc. removed her splien? she has a meth habit but is mostly addicted to lorecets?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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Methamphetamine is a very dangerous drug. It can rise blood pressure to dangerously high levels, can cause a stroke, heart attack, sudden death as well. Kindly get enrolled in a Rehabilitation program for drug de-addiction as well with help of your Doctor and family member's support. This can save your life. Kindly stop using this drug to save yourself from such complications.
Answered: Mon, 19 Sep 2011
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I'm sorry to say that I just took the time to reply to this post in detail and now I lost everthing when I switched over to another browser session. ugh!

My experience has been after a year of using and then abusing for another 2 years vicodin pretty bad (60 pills/day) and drinking with it--that my bloodwork when I went into detox showed serious signs of liver damage--luckily that was reversable after I stopped abusing my body w/ that poison. They warned me that if I didn't stop that I might not have a liver and I wouldn't qualify for a transplant becuase of my drug abuse. And that was just one organ--what would be the next thing my addiction would take from me. The bottom line is-abuse of anything is not good for your body in any way, shape or from.

So I would have to say that it depends on how long the person has been addicted and using it and how much? If the spleen was taken out becuase of the drug use--then HELLO, it's probably not a wise idea to keep doing it. There is help out there-all you have to do is ask and be ready to change. You can get your life back and start to feel better in such a short period of time.
Answered: Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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