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I have been using mdpv orally several times a day for about 8 months. How can I stop?

Ive been using mdpv orally several times a day for about 8 months how can I stop and what problems could I be looking at Im a 24 yr old male and have been using mdpv as a study aid for approximately 8 months. Taken orally around 1-300 mg a day. I want to quit bc of my decreased libido and onset of paranoia. How can I stop? What can i use to get normal?
Asked On : Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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You need to approach a Psychiatrist who will help you reduce the dose before stopping it. If you stop taking the drug at once you can develop withdrawal effects like psychosis, loss of sleep etc.
Answered: Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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I'm affraid that's not an option int current situation... Looking for the rarest which I would reduce? And possible vitamins or supplements to maintain healthy seretonin and dopamine levels...
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