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    Body Sores

    Question: How can someone get rid of the sores on their body caused by meth? Is there an over the counter prescription that works?...

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    Feeling Sick

    Question: When I take meth I feel so sick after, like the next day My stomach hurts. What can I do quickly to make me feel better? Besides quitting?...

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    Drug Tests for Meth

    Question: If you drink ice tea that has meth in it will you test positive with a urine test?...

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    Cutting Down to Ease The Crash

    Question: Is there a way to cut down and make the crash no so significant? If I monitor usage of tiny bits of meth for my sister just so she can wake up a little bit is this helping at all? I know in theory this is just postponing the crash, but isn't the crash from binge using?...

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    Bad Breath

    Question: I had been using heavy for about 5 months and then quit. However, my breath has become EXTREMELY offensive regardless of good dental hygiene. I no longer use on a regular basis and was clean for a good 4 months. Now, every month or so I'll pick up a bag. And when I smoke or do lines of it; it makes my breath absolutely horrible. NO gum or mints can cover it up enough for me to be comfortable around anyone. Also even if I only smoke a lil bit (1/10th of a gram) an hour or two later I have the "meth smell" coming out of my pores. I used to use much larger amounts of it and had no problem until all of a sudden it seemed. What can I do and what is causing the bad breath?...

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    Exercise and Meth Use

    Question: I am a once in a while user, trying to quit. If I do do some, how safe is it for me to go to my aerobics class?...

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