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What is the treatment for meth withdrawals?

i think i am being drugged with meth. I have had sever muscle cramps in my legs and feet. Intense anger and aggression. Sleeping problems. Abdominal cramps. My menstrual cycle stopped about 2yrs ago and recently i drank some juice from my fridge and felt my heart rate increase, increaded body temp and night sweats. I have had had confused thoughts with patterns of unexplained fatigue. I also get cold or sinus infections and have been sick more over the last two years. I have watched very close what i drink and eat over the last month to 6 wks or so and i am feeling better. I know i have been being stalked for almost 4 yrs and know who is involved. I know it is gang related so there are several people involved. What can i do to help the withdrawls from meth and who should i contact, as everyone thinks i am a nut and i am crazy?
Mon, 1 Jun 2015
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Addiction Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi,

If you're being drugged and nobody believes you, you can prove it by getting your urine tested for presence of meth/other drugs. If your urine tests negative, then you'll know that your problems are not drug related and you can look for alternative causes. If your urine tests positive, you'll have proof and can take necessary action.

Best wishes.
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What is the treatment for meth withdrawals?

Hi, If you re being drugged and nobody believes you, you can prove it by getting your urine tested for presence of meth/other drugs. If your urine tests negative, then you ll know that your problems are not drug related and you can look for alternative causes. If your urine tests positive, you ll have proof and can take necessary action. Best wishes.