Posted by Lou Pilder on April 25, 2013, at 6:35:18 [reposted on April 26, 2013, at 0:52:28 | original URL]
In reply to Re:Crippling Lyrica situation - MR PILDER, posted by Fader on April 25, 2013, at 5:08:43
> Mr. Pilder, thank you for the information you provided. And thank you for your concerns. I can reassure you that they don't apply to my present situation. I'll decline your offer to know a solution as revealed to you from a religious perspective. Thanks for your time.
You wrote,[...my present situation...].
> I know of your present situation. Your situation is shared by many that take the drugs that you listed here. For addiction can lead to one killing themselves and/or others even in the withdrawal state that you describe here.
Let us reason together and look at the possibilities. You can:
A. substitute one drug for another and have a new addiction replacing the first addiction.
B. stop the drug and go for days, weeks, months or years in a horrific state of withdrawal that could never end. People do kill themselves in this state thinking that they will never come out of it.
C. Go to some clinic that specializes in withdrawal.
D. keep taking drugs for the rest of your life
E. ask the drug manufacturer for them to cure you of the withdrawal and pay for your pain and suffering.
F. ask the prescriber to pay for rehabilitation to cure you of the withdrawal.
G. try procedures that are not FDA approved that are listed as fraud.
H. try talking with someone to cure you
K. find a way to go back to when you were a child before you took the drugs that have done this to you and go back to the green fields that you used to know.
L. not permitted to state here
M. others not listed