Opiate withdrawal can be a difficult and challenging experience, and the severity of the withdrawal symptoms can vary depending on several factors, including the type of opiate used, the duration of use, and the dosage. However, some opiates, such as fentanyl and carfentanil, are known to have particularly severe and potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms, such as extreme agitation, seizures, and respiratory distress. It’s important to seek professional help and support when withdrawing from opiates, as medical supervision and treatment can help manage symptoms and ensure a safe and successful recovery.