About Me: Female, 28, olympia, WA, member since Apr 2009
Hi my name is felicia I live in Washington with my fiance. Were expecting our first little one. We are both oxycontin addicts and struggling with it. Here for advice, questions and if anyone has any questions about anything ive been through it all.
"Can someone please help me
I am 35 weeks pregnant and taking oxy contin(not perscribed)
when i go to the hospital and im in labor, do they check for drugs in your system and also id they find opiates in your system do they take you b..."
"I have a question, Im 35 weeks pregnant and have been doing oxy on and off through out my pregnany. I would quit for 2 months and then do it a couple times and then do it again for a couple weeks. I never did to much that i would be with..."
Congratulations! Time for a celebration... I read your post and didnt see anyone give u advise, I dont have that for you either but I would love if u could keep me in touch with how things go? I am in a similar position and I am very concerned....I would appreciate anything that u believe would help.. Sincerely, Confused
I have been there girl! I don't know the laws there but here in Cincinnati,Ohio they do check for drugs right after birth and they will take your child. Not trying to frighten you by far. Please go to your doctor. You need to be careful detoxing without supervision. You can go into early labor. Maybe get on methadone or suboxin. Thats what i did. But you need to really need to speak to your doctor so its noted that you are trying to get help!! Message me if you need help of any sort. I am still fighting addiction myself. It's a really rough road girl. Do it for your baby. This birth will be the best moment of you lives!! Good luck and best wishes to all 3 of you!
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