Intervention CANADA\ AIMEE(fentanyl addict)FULL EPISODE

0 Intervention CANADA\ AIMEE(fentanyl addict)FULL EPISODEintervention Canada Aimee

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  • Hamsterliciousness says:

    Congrats at 5 …
    Congrats at 5 years clean!!!

  • wannaknowit says:

    Thanks again for …
    Thanks again for writing, and I hope that everything will be sorted out for you, and you remain happy in life! Take good care of yourself and…..wish you a nice weekend!:)

  • brooklynlulu says:

    pt two: because I …
    pt two: because I was so unhappy in my life then and new to the disease. Now I’m used to it and have learned to navigate through life without any hard pain meds. I want to be able to respond to stronger meds if it should come to that. Might check out that channel. I’m fascinated with this subject and it’s a huge issue here in NYC as well. My neighbors are addicted and starting to steal from others, I’m watching them from children to this. I’m afraid of them now, shame really.

  • brooklynlulu says:

    Yes, it’s a shame …
    Yes, it’s a shame because the meds can be a life saver but the effects are so addicting that many cross that line without even realizing for some time. I have seen it and it’s heart breaking. I have chronic pain and went to a pain doctor, he gave it to me, when I went to my specialist she began screaming lol. So she rang him!! so that was short lived, she might have saved my life! with stress and disease, some want to hide in the drug so I might have become addicted. I was a candidate cont.

  • SumthinSmellz says:

    “id like you to …
    “id like you to give me an answer first.” well id like you to go yourself but we cant all get what we want now can we?

  • EWilsonLife says:

    That scene at 24:50 …
    That scene at 24:50 where the Dad is giving her money makes me so sad. Honestly the guy could have prevented a lot of the garbage in her life if he just would have paid more attention to her but there’s two sides to every story.

  • Dothedew042 says:

    She looks amazing …
    She looks amazing after she got help. I have watched a few of these Interventions and I gotta say Aimee looked the worse apperance wise.

  • MsWhoafactor says:

    @Matthewsclark: …
    @Matthewsclark: Reading is for faggots? What an incredibly ignorant thing to say, not to mention the slur against gays. Who wrote that for you? Because I’m having a hard time believing YOU
    can read.

  • MsWhoafactor says:

    I hate when she …
    I hate when she said she deserves this life, nobody does. She made some bad choices but who hasn’t? I sure hope she
    gets the life she really deserves.

  • girlyblue24 says:

    i hate her parents …
    i hate her parents for her, her mother choose drugs and her dad choose his wife, over her! and she me off that she’s doing the same thing with her kids! sometimes you need to raise above! Brake The Cycle!

  • wannaknowit says:

    Hi, thanks for …
    Hi, thanks for answering:)) It is incredible how strong this fentanyl must be……and the thing that even patients died who were prescribed this….I can not find the proper words….I read that it is way stronger than heroin. There is a girl, her youtube name is ‘shewhofeels’-poor girl has been using fentanyl for ten years and it is a horror for her to taper off of it. Takes it for her chronic pain. It must feel horrible:((( Hope these people get the appropriate help!!!

  • Jessica Meyer says:

    This …
    This interventionist is a pushy and she needs to back off. Man let the girl have a cig and think a little!

  • brooklynlulu says:

    The Father is bad …
    The Father is bad news in my book as he let his wife toss this under age girl out on to the street with a newborn. If that were my Daughter, she would be home, more for the infant at that point if I were so upset! It’s amazing how the parents act all sad and shocked of what has happened to their kids. For him to say how hurtful it was for her to write that note, she was only 6. I can only imagine what he said to her as a kid after her moms reaction. Very sad

  • brooklynlulu says:

    The Symptoms are …
    The Symptoms are very much the same but it also depends on how frequently you or someone you know is taking it. Best to go into a unit if someone is doing it a long time and never went off of it other than the occasional day off due to not getting their hands on it. If you break the gel pad and take it that way, you can die very quickly. Patients have died while taking it properly, it’s in the middle of a debate about Dr.s Prescribing this drug more than with cancer patients.

  • danielle marie says:

    iam soooo glad she …
    iam soooo glad she recovered <3 one of my fave episodes! i love her and her teddy! xxx

  • matthewsclark1 says:

    reading is for …
    reading is for faggots

  • wannaknowit says:

    I see, so you …
    I see, so you basically put this patch on your skin and it stays there for 3 days? It does not come off even if you take a shower? Interesting, I have never seen anything like it:) Thanks for the help:)

  • Adam Lewis says:

    The medicine comes …
    The medicine comes in patches because it’s release from the patch over a 3 day period. It’s time release. That way the patient doesn’t have to take pills all the time. They just put on the patch and they don’t have to change it for 3 days.

  • Adam Lewis says:

    Yes the withdrawals …
    Yes the withdrawals are just as bad. The withdrawals are bad coming off of ANY opiate if you’ve taken enough. Again, I would look at it as an opiate in general. Relapse rate is extremely high. Everyone has different numbers on this, but I would say that about 1 out of 10 (that’s being optimistic) people stay clean after going through rehab or getting clean on their own. I’m an addict and I’m still on methadone maintenance and probably will be for the rest of my life.

  • wannaknowit says:

    oh thank you for …
    oh thank you for the explanation:) I am 36 ys old, I am not at all interested in any type-I never tried any, I only drank alcohol-when I was 18-for the last time. I simply hated it. I am only addicted to chocolate unfortunately.Looove it so much…I am just like a child when it comes to sweet things:) BUT…I am addicted to these stories and am happy when it turns out that these people got clean!Aimee’s a kind-hearted person, she is very adorable. :) Glad she is abstinent!

  • drummerguy669 says:

    I believe the wd’s …
    I believe the wd’s for strong opioid pain meds. ex. morphine, fentanyl, oxy, is about the same as heroin wd’s in terms of the duration of time it takes to get over the kick, the level of physical symptoms and the psychological cravings for the drug. Although it does vary taking into account the half-life of these drugs can vary. Speaking from personal experience, I wouldnt recommend finding out for yourself and wouldnt wish being dope-sick on my worst enemy. It becomes a vicious circle.

  • wannaknowit says:

    Do fentanyl addicts …
    Do fentanyl addicts go through severe withdrawals? Just like heroin addicts? Or is it different in that sense? Or maybe even worse than heroin’s withdrawals? Does somebody know? Is relapse rate high for fentanyl addicts?

  • wannaknowit says:

    What are these …
    What are these little patches? I have never seen anything like this before. What is the gist at 2:36??? I am not a native english speaker, pls someone help me. Are people supposed to put these little fentanyl ‘stickers’ on their skin if it is in pain? I don’t get the point of it. Why isn’t it in tablet? I am too curious, explanation pls….how is this fentanyl patch supposed to be used correctly?

  • maziku says:

    i used to smoke …
    i used to smoke fentanyl patches but then i stopped and was clean for 2 years now i dont like them. id rather snort 30mg hydromorphs. i like the buzz better and it lasts longer

  • aprc1977a says:

    I’ve watched quite …
    I’ve watched quite a lot of these interventions and have never rooted for or wanted more for a person to get better. Rarely have I seen a person dealt such a band hand in life. From carrying the guilt of telling her mother she didn’t want to see her anymore because she was a junkie only to see her die, all as a kid. And to know the police in her city were on red alert for a serial sexual predator, a lifestyle she was entrenched in just made me want to see her heal even more. Great video.

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