Nursing Consideration To Catapres

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qwerty Says:


would like more information about Catapress please.



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brobi Says:

catapress is a blood pressure med that will help keep b.p from going through the roof while in detox, but dont xpect it to do much else,i speak from experience,how ever it is an important part to keep in check,sorry to say there is no easy way to gey off opioids ,ive even tried suboxone and for thoose of us needing pain coverage this isnt the way to go,i had vaginal bleeding from the suboxone,and yes it was from it after stopping and starting the suboxone 3x the same event occured vaginal bleeding,it wasnt for me,GOD help all who are suffering today from w/d and addiction issues only thoose who have walked in thoose shoes can completely understand the madness and daily struggle to maintain,there is freedom from the madness if it be detox or methadone therapy you can live a life to be proud of

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