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Julia M Aharonov, DO  
Female, 51
Southfield, MI

Specialties: Addiction, Drug abuse and dependence

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Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 1
This is a very common problem,. I suggest seeing a licensed dietician or nutritionist. Another suggestion would be joining a group like Weight Watchers.
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 2
You are talking about Chantix (Varenicline tartrate) that should be available worldwide. If not, ask your doctor for other suggestion for quitting smoking.
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 12
Not only is the action of smoking itself is detrimental to the health of the baby, but we do not know how cannabis intake can affect the developing brain.I understand that smoking is extremely addictive, but there are certain things we do for our kid that are very hard, and one of them is being pregnant, taking care of our bodies while pregnant and nursing (a...
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 2
Your mom needs to see an ophthalmologist immediately. This is not the right forum for this question. She needs to be seen and examined.
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 12
Most people find it difficult to come of Suboxone. One of the patients in our clinic, who we had to detox from Suboxone, was so addicted, that no matter how far down she titrated this drug she could not get off. At one point she was literally just licking the 1 mg strip, but she could not give it up. I find that most Suboxone prescribers tend to leave their p...
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 4
False positive for what substance?
Jun 22, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 1
This is an uncommon addiction, but not unheard of. The safest way of treating it is tapering the drug, exactly how you are doing it now. Take less and less pills and spread the intervals between doses. I do not advice to abruptly stop as you may have unpleasant reaction. Good luck to you.
Jun 18, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 1
I can only assume that you are talking about opiate withdrawals.It is difficult to quit on your own, but with commitment and dedication it is possible. I have dealt with hundreds of addicts who have all told me horror stories of doing it by themselves. I would only guess that if are successful in doing it at home you don't end up in my clinic. Just in ...
Jun 18, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 1
I am not sure what your question is. What were you drinking and what did you test positive for?
Jun 16, 2014 in the Addiction Expert Forum - 2
It is difficult to quit on your own, but with commitment and dedication it is possible. I have dealt with hundreds of addicts who have all told me horror stories of doing it by themselves. I would only guess that if are successful in doing it at home you don't end up in my clinic. Just in case you are curious, it takes us three to four days to detox a ...