I have been taking 15-100mg of opana for a little over a yr. My 30 day supply lasts maybe 15-20 days every month then I take oxycodone to keep withdrawals away. I'm a 38 yr old type 2 diabetic with high blood pressure, PTSD, major depression, anxiety disorder and insomnia. I am DESPERATE to get clean from these opiates. My worry is the detox. I wanna go it at home, but is it safe to try on my own or should I ask doc for a transition med? I can't afford suboxone and wen i tried methadone it made me suicidal. I'm super worried about going into ketoacidosis wen I'm unable to eat. How would u recommend I go about getting clean? Any advice is greatly appreciated. I cannot keep putting my family through this nightmare. Thanks.
You should definitely do it under medical supervision. Maybe due to your history you doctor can treat you in a hospital where then can help you through your symptoms with IV medications in a supervised environment. Please discuss with your doctor your options before you try anything on your own. I wish you all the best.
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