About Me: Female, 42, Dearborn Heights, MI, member since Jun 2012
I'm 40 years old and pregnant. Addicted to oxycodone and vallium. I am 14 weeks pregnant and also still smoking trying to quit or cut down byt live at home with whole family and very stressed out all the time. I'm just worried about the baby but I did have an ultrasound
[More] and the picture and size and the doctor said everything looked fine. If you have any suggestions for me to make or not I would appreciate it. Thanks!
I just read your "about me" section. I was in the same boat. I was taking pills and couldn't stop while I was pregnant, I didn't take oxy's but vicodin and Percs. I stopped the week I was giving birth but I cut down a lot. You need to cut down and look into the hospital, some drug test babies after they are born. Are you getting these from a doctor or on the street? Be honest with your doctor, addiction to pills is now treated as a disease because it effects our brains. I was taking taking Soboxone and stopped pills 3 years ago, mind you I took pills for 8 years. They ruled my life .. I couldn't do anything without them and I lived my life around them .. I understand what you are gong through. Message me ..
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