Jaana Woodbury, 31, reveals how gender-specific treatment helped her finally overcome her addiction.
By AS TOLD TO KIERA CARTER
Original Source: cosmopolitan.com
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I started drinking and doing cocaine and ecstasy in high school. At first it was recreational, but when I was 21, I had my first daughter, Salia. That’s when things got really bad.
I had a C-section, so my doctor prescribed me oxycodone—two pills every four to six hours. Usually, they only give you 30 pain pills total after a C-section, but I kept complaining and got about…click here to continue reading