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I went to Florida in December of 2004 and went through the Ultra Rapid Detox procedure. My experience was positive. The procedure was done at an accredited hospital under the supervision and care of an anesthesiologist (MD) and nurses. It gave me my life back after being on Oxycontin for four years and also unable to taper off of Suboxone. I was down to the smallest possible Suboxone dose and tried to just stop taking it. I went through terrible withdrawls for five days until, finally, I began taking the Suboxone again. I was not just "mildly uncomfortable" but in unbearable, skin-crawling, sick pain. I was told at the time that it was similar to heroin withdrawl.

It's upsetting to me to read the negative responses you have received. I am a 40 year old wife and mother of two and narcotics were ruining my life. (Originally prescribed for chronic pain!) I searched "rapid detox" on the internet and found this place. (Rules of this site don't allow me to say the name or place.) I went to Florida, checked in to the hospital (just as one would any other medical procedure) and was detoxed. They set my receptors "back to day one", as if I'd never taken narcotics. I fail to understand why someone would say this is not medically feasible. Drug dependency/addiction is both mental AND physical. I was ready to stop taking narcotics but my body wouldn't let me! I needed help to stop, and this procedure did it for me. After the procedure, I still did not feel well for about a month, however, this feeling was nothing compared to the pain of cold-turkey withdrawls.

I've been drug free for one year and two months. It's much better on this side, let me tell you.

I wish you all the best. Find a way.


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