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MS Contin Addiction

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MS Contin is a strong narcotic pain reliever that is a time-released version of morphine. Because of its potency, doctors usually prescribe it for those who have cancer-related pain or have suffered a severe physical trauma. MS Contin is the “cousin” to another opiate painkiller called OxyContin. In addition, MS Contin is a Schedule II Controlled Substance in the U.S., meaning it is regulated by the federal government. They classify opiate painkillers this way according to factors including their potential for abuse, acceptable medical use and potential risks. Schedule I drugs have a high potential for abuse and Schedule V has the lowest. An addiction to MS Contin is serious and requires medical intervention. In particular, addiction is a physical need to have the drug in order to feel normal and persistent use despite potential harm.

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Misuse, Overdose and MS Contin Withdrawal Symptoms

Patients should take MS Contin exactly according to the physician’s order or the directions on the bottle’s label. Chewing, breaking or otherwise crushing the pills can lead to a fatal overdose. Taking an opiate painkiller for a regular amount of time can lead a user to develop a tolerance. As a result, this can require them to take more and more to achieve the pain relief. If physically dependent upon MS Contin, the body will go through a painful withdrawal phase once the individual stops or gradually decreases use. Indeed, this can be extremely hard to manage without medical intervention. Withdrawal symptoms associated with the use of MS Contin include muscle and bone pain, intense anxiety, nausea, insomnia, fever, flu-like symptoms, tremors and cramps. Moreover, The fear and anxiety about having to go through withdrawal keeps many from seeking help for MS Contin addiction.

Waismann Method Can Rid You of MS Contin Addiction in Days

We believe you have likely suffered enough already. That’s why the Waismann Method of Rapid Detox believes in providing the safest, most humane MS Contin detox program. The procedures can get you opiate free in a matter of days, putting safety and comfort first. During rapid detox, the procedure accelerates the difficult withdrawal period. All patients admit to a private room in a full-service hospital. Then, after a comprehensive evaluation, patients sleep lightly for a short time while under deep sedation.The doctor administers medication to induce and speed the withdrawal. The withdrawal symptoms occur while patients are under and they awaken without the awareness they went through it. In addition, we offer medically assisted detox options for MS Contin. Typically, patients spend one to two days in the hospital and receive IV medications while medical professionals manage their vitals.

With the Waismann Method, You Are Never Alone in Your Addiction

The Waismann Method partners with Domus Retreat aftercare facility, to offer patients a way to continue working toward recovery. Our tranquil retreat offers spa services, holistic treatments and therapy to help guests work on possible underlying issues which may have contributed to MS Contin addiction. Our guests leave with their dignity intact and are never made to feel shame, guilt or blame while in our care. You are not alone in your addiction and we will welcome, encourage and support you every step of the way.

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* Because opiate and alcohol withdrawal can lead to medical complications, treatment by a multi board-certified M.D. is pertinent.

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