I am about to do a cold turkey detox from, 120-150mg morphine sulfate, 180mg of oxycodone a day, I don't do that much every day, but most. I have to take something at least every 4 hours. I have never snorted, shot up, or other things, but I have chewed them up. I am scared of what this will feel like, but I am also so excited about being sober, I can't wait to do it. I have just finished school, and am about to start an externship, so I can't do the detox for a month, but I just want to do it now. It would put my career in jeopardy, if I did though, so I've got all the plans in place for my detox in one month. Can anyone tell me what I'm in for? And I joined this forum because I need support from people who know what I am going through. I want sobriety!!!! I need it, I want me back.
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