Information about Naltrexone maintenance and Opiate Detox
This page FAQ about Naltrexone and Detox is merely an introduction to pages containing answers to your questions. Please choose one of the links below to find your answer.
We are sure that a person considering undergoing opiate detox followed by Naltrexone maintenance or not, must have many questions about the medical and organization process. Therefore, research is a key to finding the information you are looking for.
We find that opiate detoxification should be a readily available treatment option for people who are opioid dependent and have expressed an informed choice to become abstinent.
We also find that opiate detoxification should be followed by Naltrexone blocker to save people form relapse soon after the opiate detox.
Therefore, we have tried to answer your questions about heroin detox process, but most of all about Naltrexone blockers on FAQ about Naltrexone and Detox page..
Click the links below where you will find the information you are looking for:
- Opiate Detox Process (kicking of heroin and other opiate drugs)
- What is Naltrexone and how it can stop me from starting using heroin again?
- Who should start with Naltrexone therapy?
- Can Naltrexone be induced without my consent?
- Forms is which Naltrexone is available (Naltrexone pills, Naltrexone injections, Naltrexone pellets)
- Naltrexone pills
- Liquid Naltrexone (Naltrexone injections)
- Naltrexone pellets (Naltrexone implants)