Heroin Withdrawal Syndrome

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the Heroin Withdrawal Syndrome is characterized by perspiration, rhinorrhea, lacrimation, yawning, mydriasis, tremors, piloerection, muscle twitching, anorexia, and hot or cold flashes ?

Those symptoms usually appear between 7 to 12 hours after the consumption of the last dose, and last more than a week. The intensity of the Withdrawal Syndrome could be different for each person.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)


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