• harliejaine harliejaine
    May 28, 2009
    for a daily meth user, how long would it take to clean out their system?
    harliejaine harliejaine
    May 28, 2009

    i am a 31 year old female, whom weighs about 100 pounds, stand 5'4, and use around a quarter to a half gram of meth daily done in combination between smoking and snorting. i want to get clean and am wondering how long it would be in my system? i have been using pretty hard for maybe a year and a half. How long will physical withdrawl take? How long would it be til i could pass a drug test? is there anything that i can do to make things easier on myself, as far as physical and emoyional dealings? i need answers and am dying for help. thank you for your time.

    harliejaine

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  • UKLisa June 05, 2009
    UKLisa
    May 28, 2009

    Hi,

    As an addict in recovery i would strongly suggest that you try something like NA, it really helped me such a lot , so many other people just like me, which meant loads of people who understood. Just take it one day at a time

    a good website is ukna.org. I am on there under this name so feel free to find me

    You have taken the first step, so just keep going, you can do it

     

    Good luck

    Lisa

    xx

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  • psychoward1 May 28, 2009
    psychoward1
    May 28, 2009

    You should be proud that you are taking steps to get away from the drugs. But you shouldnt try to do it alone. There are many programs out there designed to help you. You should seek them out and get the support you deserve.

     

    Pat

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