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  • Male hashish users can have lower sperm count and females may have irregular periods.
  • Individuals who use corticosteroids or cortisone (an anti-inflammatory) can develop dependence to these drugs and may experience withdrawal syndrome if they suddenly stop using them.
  • Inhaling gasoline and paint thinners can cause brain damage, gait disturbances, hearing and vision loss and liver and kidney damage.
  • The amphetamine containing drug Adderall is used by college and high-school students as a study and test-taking aid.

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Methadone Detoxification - Fish Creek

Methadone detoxification can be a very uncomfortable and challenging experience. Symptoms usually begin between twenty-four and forty-eight hours after the user's last dose of the drug. Typical withdrawal symptoms include: stomach cramps, sweating, nausea, tremors, extreme opiate cravings, sneezing, irritability, fever, vomiting, anxiety, fuzzy-headedness, paranoia, hallucinations and clinical depression. Additionally, these unpleasant methadone withdrawal symptoms will last much longer than heroin withdrawal symptoms. Depending on the dose of methadone you have been taking the symptoms can last for several weeks to several months. Professionals in the field of methadone detoxification typically advise the gradual decrease of the drug over a period of time instead of completely stopping all at once.

  • Green Bay Comp Treatment Center
    61.6 miles from Fish Creek, Wisconsin
    Green Bay Comp Treatment Center is a Drug Addiction Treatment Center that is located at:

    2979 Allied Street
    Green Bay, WI. 54304

    If you would like to contact Green Bay Comp Treatment Center, you can reach them at 888-759-6169.

    Green Bay Comp Treatment Center offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Detoxification, Methadone Detoxification, Outpatient, Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Criminal Justice Clients
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance