You are an ex drug addicted teenager can you still get pregnant?
Of course you can.
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How do you get over an ex-fiance who relapsed from a drug addiction and stole from you but he still says he loves you and wants to make things right and get you back?
If he really has respect for himself and loves you he's keep going back for rehabilitation for his drug addiction. It's not uncommon for an ex drug addicted person to have 1 - 3 relapses before healing themselves. Some of the drugs are extremely hard to come off of.
Why do you feel haunted by the fact that your ex-husband is now a drug addict and has thrown his life away and how do you escape such painful memories of what could have been?
Answer . The chances are your ex husband already had problems with drugs when you were together. He may have stayed away from it for a short time, but drug addicts, alcoholics, etc., have difficulties dealing with trauma in their lives and it's easier to dull the pain with drugs or alcohol. Do…n't blame yourself! He had a choice as to what road he could have gone down. NEVER let anyone hold you ransom for what they have become. Thousands of people in the U.S. and Canada go through bad split-ups and they don't choose to do drugs. He is your ex now and although it hurts you to see him throw his life away this is the path he has chosen. Again, the chances he did drugs before to deaden any pain he may have felt (even before you came along) has once again reared it's ugly head. You must realize hon, that everyone has choices in their lives and we all get hurt at some point in our lives (more than once) but, we deal with the hurt (a grieving process) and then we stand up, dust ourselves off and get on with life. Start going out with friends and don't feel guilty about having a good time (laughter is the best medicine.) Eventually you will meet someone that you will have a loving and healthy relationship with.\n. \nGood luck! ( Full Answer )
Drugs are addictive because they either mimic or stimulate the production of brain chemicals that cause feelings of pleasure. After a period of time, your brain adjusts to the higher levels of the chemicals, and it becomes necessary to use more drugs to get the same effect. Eventually, you reach …a point where -- due to the changes in the brain -- you need to use the drug to maintain something like normal functioning. At that point, having become dependent on the drugs to function, you experience severe withdrawal symptoms without drugs. These symptoms usually are the opposite of whatever effect the drugs had, and in some cases -- especially tranquilizers and alcohol -- they can be life-threatening. ( Full Answer )
Answer . for me my point of view about this question...hmmmmmMMm...is avoid using any kind of drug because it cannot be help you and it cant be affect your health.. Answer . for me my point of view about this question...hmmmmmMMm...is avoid using any kind of drug because it cannot be help you… and it cant be affect your health. ( Full Answer )
Compulsive and, at times, uncontrollable drug cravings and use. There are two kinds of addiction, physical and psychological, although most addicts exhibit both. Physical addiction occurs when prolonged presence of the drug in the system causes changes in the brain that make it require more and m…ore of the drug in order to (first) get high, and finally to be able to function more-or-less normally. A person who is physically addicted will experience physical withdrawal symptoms if the drug is removed, which usually are the opposite of the effects that the drug had. In some cases, they can be life-threatening. A person who is psychologically addicted usually suffers from an emotional disorder that the drug medicates. This may be a pre-existing condition, or a result of changes caused by the drug (as in paranoia with cocaine use). These people do not necessarily feel severe physical withdrawal symptoms, but may experience psychological anguish because they no longer have the drug to deaden the feelings they were suppressing. In this case, also, the results of removing the drug are generally somewhat opposite to the effect of the drugs. People who are physically addicted are usually psychologically addicted as well, which makes the addict even more difficult to treat.It is when your body and brain physically and mentally NEED a certain drug or you begin to go through withdraw. You feel like you need that drug to survive.It is when your body and brain physically and mentally NEED a certain drug or you begin to go through withdraw. You feel like you need that drug to survive. ( Full Answer )
Ex drug addicts are great as counselors because that they have beenin the same place as people who need counseling. This allows peoplehope that they can recover and do better in their lives.
Almost always. Some very lucky people have gotten away from the tug to try more, though. So, don't experiment, you probably wont be so lucky.
As soon as a teenager reaches their first period and produces eggs they can become pregnant. Although, they are a lot more likely to have a miscarriage. . Miscarriages happen frequently only to young teens, not to older teens between 16 and 20. . Yes
Boredom more often than not, teenagers experimenting with drugs find themselves getting addicted, Teens who hang around with groups of other teens can find themselves being introduced to drugs and invited to just try them!
The short answer is yes. Many Americans have abused drugs in some form. Donating an organ would depend on the health of the organ.
Drugs do many things to teenagers it is very harmful and not recommended that's why its against the law to buy some drugs under age and some drugs are illegal to even buy or sell even. so its not recommended to do drugs at their risk, but even if your older its still not recommend to adults. Since i…t can give you bad breathe bad hygiene disgusting order and just not good even for your lungs which takes it all in. ( Full Answer )
I think it is really sad to see people so young ruin their lives because they are addicted to a substance. But, really, drug addiction is only the result of a bigger problem, people go to drugs because they are trying to escape something else.
Depends on the drug. It also depends on the individual. If you are more specific, I could provide you with a better answer.
Legal drugs taken only as directed (not exceeded in dose) can cause drug dependency, which is different than being an addict. However, if the drug was stopped for a chemically dependent person/patient, they will experience withdrawal just like a drug addict would. A drug addict is a person who is… dependent, physically, psychologically or both, on a chemical substance, whether legal or illegal. The most common legal drug is alcohol, followed by nicotine. *Addict, and someone who is addicted to drugs. ( Full Answer )
\nTeenagers of any age might be addicted to weed, provided that one understands that the topic of marijuana as an addictive substance is controversial in certain circles; especially using circles.. Weed is habit forming not addictive. Statistically kids 13-16 are at highest risk of exposure.
When you complete a task successfully, (A.K.A. beating a level in agame) your brain releases dopamine, this is what gives you happyfeelings. It's addictive, so when you do something that releases it, you tendto want to do it more.
You would need to get either an attorney, or the assistance of your state child welfare agency. The agency would investigate and determine if he was fit to have custody. If he were found to be unfit, it would then be up to the court to decide to whom custody should be transferred.
What is the late 90's early 00's song about the life of a teenager who gets pregnant.. then I think it goes into the life of a prostitute and her situation.. And maybe a drug addict?
I'm not quite sure if this is the answer you're looking for - but perhaps "What Would You Do?" by City High.
i think he would be alive if he wouldn't of taken drugs because that's one of the posabilities which can cause a cardiac arrest
Intervention. If you are a friend you need to tell an adult. I don't care if it is your parents, teachers, counselor in school, even your friends' parents. You need to tell someone. Yah your friend may hate you later. But you know what do you want that friend dead and go to a funeral instead? … I say sure talk to the friend about it first. But will the friend listen to you? Will they not go off in a rampage? If it is your son or daughter and this is a parent. Then you need to again do intervention. Take them to a counselor, put them in a rehabilitation facility. Either way don't let it continue. Take them to your regular physician and tell them what you want and why explain why and what you may have found out. Or if your regular physician is not available, you need to get them to ER immediately. Don't wait for the doctor's appointment. And if they refuse to go or they refuse to go with you or get violent you have the right to call the police in your state for help and interception. Don't hold your child down, don't force your child, don't hit your child or physically hurt your child. You will be held for child abuse, even if your child hits you. If the child leaves the home lock the doors, if you have to change the locks and tell them until they cooperate with you, you are not cooperating with them and they cannot come home. They become violent at the door, or break the homes windows, call the police. Yes this is tough love. But it has to be done. They have to be helped. usually if you have no want to press charges they will pick them up to take them to the ER knowing they are on illegal substances and will send them into rehabilitation from ER. IF the teenager does not have illegal substances on them, they will not be arrested. They cannot arrest for someone being under the influence as long as they are not operating any vehicles and/or machinery in most states. bottom line; Intervention ( Full Answer )
friends. or friends of friends. loads of thirteen yr olds sell drugs these days especially in England where i live and they steal it from their parents that take drugs or sometimes there parents let them sell drugs cause they are coming home with new plasma TVs and stuff so they say there helping wi…th the bills. I'm 17 and i find that on a night out in a club or a rave if you ask the right people they will tell you where you can get it from mostly adults if your asking for class A stuff like Crack or Coke or Heroin etc... Basically Teenagers get drugs from the same place adults get it from. Drug dealers don't care who there selling to even if its a 8yr old as long as they have cash in hand then its fine. ( Full Answer )
Absolutely. In fact, if you care about the well being of the baby, I hope you do. In this situation, it might be best to ask the pregnant woman if she has considered abortion. The last thing this world - and the baby itself - needs is another absentee/drug addict parent to raise a future criminal…. ( Full Answer )
Yesss you can.. Sucks but I know all you can do is live w/ it babygirl
Drug abuse is when drug taking affects your daily life such as school or work. Drug addiction is when you physically and mentally crave your drug of choice. The two often go together, but not always.
Marijuana can be addictive to anybody, regardless of age. Marijuana is not physically addictive -- meaning, a round-the-clock user who suddenly quits will not suffer physical withdrawal symptoms. They won't get sick, the way an alcoholic or a heroin addict gets sick when they suddenly stop using. … However, like most drugs, it makes you feel good, so it can be psychologically addictive. Regular users can build up a tolerance to it. They become so accustomed to being on the drug, that they actually feel normal when they're on it, and they feel distinctly abnormal when they stop. It doesn't matter what your age is; anyone can potentially become addicted to marijuana. Some people are just born addicts. They just can't do any drug without getting addicted to it. Others have this kind of personality to a more limited extent -- they have a tendency to drink or do drugs to excess, but are able to keep themselves from becoming full-blown addicts. But usually, people develop drug addictions because they are depressed and unhappy with their lives, and are self-medicating to feel better. So, the people who are most at risk of becoming drug addicts are those who have this addictive personality, and those who suffer from depression or other types of psychological illess (like bipolar disorder). ( Full Answer )
Many drugs will severely mess up a persons reproductive system. Aside from the fact that it may be possible to get pregnant, a child can have defects from drug abuse even if their parents haven't used in years. Talk to your local physician. Tell them your situation and ask about the possible implica…tions on your children. ( Full Answer )
They get an abortion and then go home so their daddy can beat their ass real good...
That's a difficult one since drug addiction is considered as a chronicle disease so you never know... An agreement might help: one will be allowed to check the ex addict on drugs with drugs tests whenever he feels the need to do so, or on a regular bases. Normally, it causes new discussion and ten…sions, but I see it as the only way, ( Full Answer )
If you are addicted to drugs, you can: . Avoid the places where you usually get or use drugs. . If you are non-religious, go to a religion that strongly forbids drugs e.g. Christianity, Islam. . Get a hobby that takes up most of your time. Example: using this site. . Join a recovery support g…roup such as Narcotics Anonymous. . Go to a recovery center. . Find a therapist. ( Full Answer )
If a female drug addict becomes pregnant why is it likely that her baby will also become addicted to her drugs?
Whatever the mother ingests is bound to be ingested by the baby as well. Any physically addictive substance is so because it alters long-term brain functioning to need the substance for normal functioning. Thus when the mother ingests a physically addictive drug, the baby ingests it as well and can …become addicted to it while in the womb. ( Full Answer )
I'd say any psychological addiction is similar to a food addiction. Psychological addictions to different drugs don't vary very much because they are all essentially the brain yearning for an experience that normal living by itself cannot provide. The only difference would be strengths, and that aga…in wouldn't help b/c food addictions vary in strength among people. If I were to compare food addiction to anything, I suppose I would say cocaine. Stronger than weed but weaker than heroine as far as psychological addictions go, which is about where I suppose food addiction belongs. If this is for a project of some kind, just go with crack. It seems that addiction to anything non-drug is compared to crack, so just go with something that everyone thinks they understand. ( Full Answer )
Tolerance to a drug (so that higher and higher amounts are needed in order to obtain the same initial effect) and dependence - both are part of the physical addiction. Psychological addiction does not involve physical tolerance and dependence, but can be difficult to treat, unless there is motivatio…n to kick the habit. ( Full Answer )
The friendship and camaderie they experience, the complexity of the game, and the uniqueness of each game add to its replay value. Games do not take very long either, with an average of 40 minutes per game. As DotA is mainly a teamwork based game, friends can easily be made, and appreciation and enc…ouragement for a good move done are addictive. It also provides and escape from the world they live in. ( Full Answer )
When they reach 13 and above. So when you play DotA you will get addicted to it easily.
text her sometimes or call her and start a good conbersations.and dont be mean.and dont forget har bday!
All addictions are very similar. That being said, different substances and or behaviors alter different parts and number of parts of the brain. Gaming and TV addicton are similar to all other addictions. Food addiction alters 2 parts of the brain Alcohol and drugs alter 3 parts of the brain and se…xual addiction including pornography addiction alters 5 parts of the brain. ( Full Answer )
Yes, he chose to take drugs with the full knowledge of what they do to a person and for that he is responsible for anything he does while intoxicated
well basically these days in the 20th century. us teenagers get into smkoing drugs or taking it by our friends or family members. friends we will be doing it and telling u to do it. they will force u till crack and eventually take the drugs they are doing. family you will see them doing it when u ar…e young and jus follow them when they are older. ( Full Answer )
complaine , complaine and complain some more because they are not going to give a ex junkie crap. I had three major surgeries in the past 4 months, i am also hep c + and i have to gurgle over the counter pain killers hourly , i guess its better to just kill my liver then give a stong pain pill. POS …doctors you would think it would be different in America. Dont we have the right to choose to be on something if their is a valid reason? despite the past . ( Full Answer )
I think I begun addicted on facebook when I tend to sleep late and spend hours and hours on facebook. why? because I like to update statuses,photos and sometimes I like to view pages I liked. what I like the most on facebook is that, when I post photos or statuses, I'll get so many likes and that wh…at urges me to do it again and again.... ( Full Answer )
If I were you, I would keep her/he. The minute you lay eyes on your baby, you will fall in love with he/her. If your under 16 and you don't have anyone (someone living in your house) willing to take care of her/he while your gone, get a pregnancy agent. Consider adoption. They will discuss and reall…y help you out on figuring out what is best for you and the baby. After four monthes of pregnancy, it can't be whats right for you-whats right for the baby. Take a deep breath. Its up to you. Its not your fault your pregnant. 100% up to you. ( Full Answer )
The Addict Eats The Drug. That is why they call the name- Drug Addict. I am not smart im really smart.
The first step at a drug treatment center is usually detox. This will help your body with its withdrawls from its addiction. Next is the therapy and group counciling. It helps to be in this group enviroment, and to know that you are not the only one dealing with this.
How would you end a book about two drug-addicted teenagers madly infatuated with each other who go into hiding after a drug bust?
One character decides to get away from the world of drugs, butrealizes he/she (I'll just say person A) cannot do that while inthe company of person B (who has no plans to rid themselves of theaddiction). Person A has to choose between leaving in order toregain/advance in the rest of their life, or s…taying with theperson they love in a difficult, dangerous, and sub-standard livingsituation. Person A, for whatever overpowering reason (ties tofamily, or a dream of education and success, or something)reluctantly decides to leave person B because it is the only way toescape the world of drugs. Person B manages to survive alone for some months. Meanwhile,person A wanders around the city trying to put together a betterlife, thinking that person B might eventually see what the world islike without drugs and aspire to that kind of life. Person A doesnot have enough money to buy food, a residence, or pay for rehab,etc., but through a chance encounter finds someone who will serveas a kind of sponsor. This sponsor is not well off, either, but canmanage to take on one house guest as long as that person agrees tostay drug-free. Person A agrees to this. A few months later, person A is doing well and returns to the oldhideout. There person A finds person B still addicted, stillwithout much money to pay for food, and ODing. Desperate, person Adrags person B to the sponsor's house. None of the three are ableto pay for a hospital, so person B stays at the sponsor's houseuntil recovery is in sight. A few days later, though, the sponsorreminds person A that the sponsor can only support one person at atime. Knowing that person B is still in a delicate state, person Aagrees to go back and live at the old hideout surrounded by theillegal drug community for the sake of person B. A few more months pass. Person B recovers in the sponsor's house,and scared of what just happened, decides that life without drugsis a better route. Finally well enough, person B returns to the oldhideout to get person A so that they might try to get on their feettogether, maybe earn some money and find a place of their own wellaway from the other users in the city. Upon returning to the oldhideout, person B finds person A, who is barely recognizable now(both physically and emotionally). Person B finally realizes whyperson A left in the first place: after a few months of livingalone under the influence of the surrounding drug community, personA has yet again succumbed to drugs--and is now irreversibly sick (Iwas thinking with hepatitis c, but that disease takes a while toprogress). There are medicines to slow the disease's progress, butno one they know can afford it. At the very end, person B realizesthe significance of person A's sacrifice--person A had agreed toreturn to the hideout to save person B, effectively trading theirfates and sacrificing his/her own life so that person B couldescape from the world of drugs and start a new life--even thoughthis means starting a new life without the other. **Are you going to let some anonymous person on theinternet write your story for you? Or are you going to become areal writer and think of your own stories?** Here are some good links to help you learn how to write! ( Full Answer )
60% of teenagers describing themselves as "highly addicted" to their device- according to new research by the media regulator, ofcom.
There are a number of reasons. Maybe being high causes them to get into a fantasy state where they are convinced they can now make it work. Or maybe they simply want you to take care of them or give them money for their addiction.
What new laws have been passed that when teenage mothers give birth to babies that are addicted to drugs?
the hospital is REQUIRED BY LAW to report ALL positive drug tests in newborns to child protective services. There is no way around this
There is no evidence that Ms. Lohan's consumption of either of those substances rises to the level of addiction.
Drugs get addictive when a person consumes a quantity of it but notwhen a person consumes only a tiny amount.
Drugs are an addiction due to the effect that they have on thebrain and your body.