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what if the pain victim is unable to communicate, and the analgesics are not doing their job because the naltrexone in their system is blocking their effects?
... But what if the pain victim is unable to communicate ...
Q. Should I fear opiate blockers?
... opiate based drugs or alcohol...
I take naltrexone (not to be confused with naloxone, a drug, when used intravenously is the fastest way to strip opiates from the system, reversing an overdose)
First, I don't understand why your position is embarrassing. If its because you were addicted to opiates then consider that being addicted is like having a disease. It's not as if you have full control of your actions, regardless of what others might suggest to you about "will power."