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I was prescribed this but ii didn't help at all I think diazepan answer but not many Dr's willing to prescribe

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    Hi Karen36196. A Doctor will be cautious to prescribe Diazepam to someone with addiction problems because it's a highly addictive Drug on its own. Whilst it is great at taking away the pains of withdrawal, it does nothing to control your Drinking. Are you looking for a way to quit or are you looking to take control your consumption? AL smile


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    Karen I think you may have meant Naltrexone which is very effective in reducing alcohol consumption if taken following the Sinclair method. Google C3 Europe where there is lots of information on the Sinclair method (TSM) and also look at the Hints and Tips at the top of this forum.There will be lots of help and advice on here particularly from Joanna C3 Europe who is often around with her valued experienced advice , she has helped so many on the path to recovery whether you want to reduce your consumption or reduce your drinking to sensible safe levels.Yes it can be done with this method ..Take Care and remember we are here 😊

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