Will methadone send a alcoholic into withdrawls
am a bad alcoholic and took alittle methadone and throwing up pacing the floor jittery shaking scared to go to sleep
You are just having withdrawals from detoxing off narcotics. Most of the time you do become jittery, shaking, and some times ceizures. It seems if you have methadone, some one must be monitoring your symptoms and health. They just don't give out methadone. Fortunately you shouldn't be drinking alcohol if you are trying to detox. Of course there could be side effects with Alcohol with any drug. It would help if you call the person that has prescribed the methadone, or who is working with you to understand what is going on at the moment with your body. I'm sure the recommended going to a 12 step narcotics/Alcohol Anynmous meeting of some kind in your community that would give you a sponsor as well to help you get off Alcohol.
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