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lolly906 (@lolly906)

Meth psychosis

Addiction & Recovery | Last Active: Mar 5, 2020 | Replies (10)

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Hi @lolly906
I see that you got several suggestions and support from members in this discussion in Mental Health
– Psychosis or paranoia https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/psychosis-or-paranoia/

It must be so frightening for you to watch your son exchange one addiction for another. Let's first equip you with some information about methamphetamines (meth) and where to start to get help for you and hopefully for your son. Googling meth psychosis results in many different sites offering great information. I found this one from The Recovery Village to be very extensive with its information
– Meth Psychosis: How Can Meth Use Cause Psychosis and Hallucinations https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/meth-addiction/meth-psychosis/#gref

I hope other members, like @hisgrace6992 and @msmelissalc, can direct you to their preferred online resources and possible first-hand experiences with meth psychosis.

Lolly, How are you doing today?

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Thank you for all the good info! It helped a lot, I'm doing some better but we had to place him in protective custody Sun night he threatened to kill himself and jumped out of my moving car, it was terrible, they put him on a 72 hr hold he told me he never wanted to see me again which breaks my heart, but then he called this evening and apologized, but he's still showing signs of paranoia and will be released tomorrow, I'm worried for him as now his dad said he can't come back here and even changed the locks, this has been one of the most heartbreaking 2 weeks of my life, and its not over

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