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Proxyvon addiction, uneasiness, body ache on withdrawal. How can I quit this habit?

Hi, My name is Nitij Mathur from India. My age is 27 yrs. For past 5 years I am consuming Proxyvon. Everyday I take 4-5 piles after eating something. In the night when i dont consume these piles i feel uneasiness, body ache. i am Desperately want to quite consumig proxyvon ASAP, as it is also effecting my health. my weight is only 60 kg and i look really thin. please advice.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Dear patient,

you have not specified why you are taking Proxyvon ? As the problem which you are suffering from must be treated and taking Proxyvon is not a solution to the problem. My advice to you is to discuss with your doctor about alternative treatment for you that does not involve taking pain medication everyday. As this medication is addictive and difficult to stop. I hope this helps.

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Answered: Sun, 29 Apr 2012
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