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Will Heroin Stop Your Menstrual Period?

Will Heroin Stop Your Menstrual Period?

If you’ve been using heroin you may have stopped having your period, and think that you can’t get pregnant but think again you can still get pregnant. If you begin to use fewer opioids like heroin, or if you begin to take methadone, your period will likely start up again, and your chances of getting pregnant will increase. Use birth control. It’s best if you wait until you’re ready to give up drugs entirely before you get pregnant. If you or a loved one is looking for help with drug abuse, call our 24/7 helpline. A caring health care specialist is awaiting your call. Call our 24/7 Helpline +1 (800) 615-1067

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What Happens If I Can’t Stop Heroin?

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What Happens If I Can’t Stop Heroin?

Your life is a risk and can cause death. Heroin addiction is caused by physical, mental and environmental factors. Overcoming withdrawal does little to treat mental and environmental factors. That’s why most people require professional treatment to quit using heroin and maintain recovery.

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What Medications Can Be Taken To Help With Heroin Withdrawals?

What Medications Can Be Taken To Help With Heroin Withdrawals?

Heroin withdrawal can be uncomfortable, and in some cases, it can lead to serious health complications. Oftentimes, replacement medications are needed as well as a medical intervention to ensure the safety and comfort of the individual detoxing. Because any over-the-counter medication has the potential to interact with other drugs, a doctor can help to make sure that the individual is avoiding anything that might interfere with other medicines that are prescribed to address the addiction.

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