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I think my boyfriend is addicted to over the counter medicine?
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My boyfriend takes a mixture of 2 Tylenol, 2 Exedrin, 2 Motrin, and 4 Aspirin, and any of my Midol when I have it on me, 3 to 4 times a day he says helps his headaches/migraines which he gets from insomnia. He says the only downside is he gets acid reflux pretty bad from the pills but that's about it. He does a lot of college partying so I worry about the alcohol mixing with all this medicine too.

I didn't think that over the counter stuff could be addicting? Or if he even is addicted? Also I thought all of these medicines were really just sugar pills and did nothing. I don't know, I tried confronting him about it but he gets really moody when he doesn't take them, but that could just be headaches bothering him.
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bye bye liver
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The headaches etc could well be withdrawals. I'd be concerned about his health if I were you, but unfortunately there's no reasoning with an addict, all you can do is not supply him with anything any more
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@: Ellenna
dudes not an addict in the classic sensea the word

its tylenol

id wager if this is true and chronic that the dudes got the liver of a 60 yearold alcoholic with hep c though

and god help him if he does drink
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I have heard about this before over the counter medicine some people take sudofearine
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That would be pseudo ephedrine? The stuff in speed?
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@: Ellenna
sudafeds a decongestant and dont give a buzz

its a speed ingredient but hasta git processed first before itll git yall fucked up

its useless as a recreational drug in its retail form
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I hate to give people ideas, but back in the 70's I knew people who got themselves VERY high on cold medication containing pseudo ephedrine when they couldn't get speed.
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@: Ellenna
most likely ephedrine and or dextromethorphan

they banned the ephedrine long before sudafed cause it were real easy to process into speed

theres still plentya dxm available
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It was definitely PSEUDO EPHEDRINE! Don't know about that other one.

You do realise that the "they" you're referring to could well be a different "they" in different countries? I'm talking about Australia.

Are you saying sudafed is banned where you live? It's not banned here
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sara508
Look its normal if you live in a shithole of a place, go him.
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