Naltrexone - permanently blocked receptors?!

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Is it possible for Naltrexone to permanently block receptors?

I havent taken any for 3 months and its still blocking

pretty worried right now

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  • Posted

    Can I ask why you're worried? Are u worried you'll not be able to get high again? Or is it something else?

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  • Posted

    Just noticed it's a 6month old question...

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      its still blocking....im worried because if/when i need surgery ill have nothing to relieve pain?

      also i have spoke to doctors and pharmacists who have all said it is IMPOSSIBLE to permanently blocks receptors

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      no its still blocking! its crazy, its been a year since i took naltrexone. what about you? also how do you know your receptors are still blocked?

      do you think we've got permanent damage or something?

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      apart from blocking opiates, i also have blunted orgasm, as in no pleasure (sorry to be graphic)

      a doctor told me that naltrexone can block pleasure in other areas, hence my symptoms

      what symptoms do you have?

      there has never been a case of someone having permanently blocked receptors though

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    Your opioid receptors will be there. .however ex addicts need to inform the surgeon prior to surgery as they will need to give you a different dosage based on your prior naltrexone dose and previous opiate addiction. It's quite technical but the anethatists know their stuff

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      thank you for the info but i have a couple questions

      1 i've been told naltrexone cannot block receptors, but do you think its actually happened to me? i think im 1 in a million

      2 after surgery(if i need one) will pain relief work? the thought of nothing working scares me to death

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