"Coming off bubermorphine"
About: Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust / The Woodlands (inpatient unit for substance misuse) Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust The Woodlands (inpatient unit for substance misuse) Nottingham NG6 9DR
Posted by Ghostface (as ),
Well I entered the building, the search of me was useless I could of bought anything in, and I know a couple of people who had. I thought the food was rank, I lost over a stone, the staff only talk to you if you talk to them, there was no support whatsoever, no gym, no acupuncture, no support classes, all there is to do is smoke and talk to other people in the same situation. I learned one thing, that 1 minute means 1 hour, and a couple of minutes means 2 hrs, and change over means get lost with the staff. The beds are so uncomfortable, I think I could of got sleep on a bed of nails easier.
I've been out of there for just nearly a month, I was in for 10 days and I still feel so ill and I mean ill. If you think you're gonna go in and come out free of withdrawals I would honestly think again, they rapidly cut you down and you can get the tablets that makes you feel better, but when you come out it all comes back your withdrawals. I'm not surprised how people relapse, no after care, I have been doctors every week since I've been out they give you lufexedine to help in detox, but when you come out the doctors won't give you them as there too expensive, oh and there not addictive, makes sense that rather give you other cheap addictive drugs, oh and I was told that only the detox place only have them which is rubbish becuase every chemist has them but you need a doctors script and you ain't gonna get any.
If I knew what it was like I would never of gone in, the best people I met was the people in there like me, I'm honestly not happy with the way I have been misled, everyday still is a struggle I'm left alone to get on with it