Hi. I need some advice. Three years ago I beat a year long addiction to Hydrocodone/ 8 per day habit. It took me three monthsto get over the excruciating mental withdrawl (withdrawal). I swor I would never do drugs again and I have been clean ever since. Well 3 days ago I was at a sick friends house and came across her scrip to Methadone and Hydrocodone. I couldnt help myself and loaded up my purse with a ton of the pills! So for the past three days I have been taking: 1 Methadone pill and 1 hydrocodone pill in the morning and 1 more hydrocodone in the afternoon. No more than that. my question is this: will I get addicted again, or can I just take 3 a day and be ok with that? I figured the withdrawl (withdrawal) cant be nearly as bad as last time. I dont plan on taking them for that long and I dont plan on going over the 3 per day limit. WHat do you all think? Will I be ok doing that??? PLease respond. If you think I am going to get addicted again I am going to stop!!
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