Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Is Heroin A Cause? Can using or coming off Heroin be a cause?

Like any drug or medication, the use of Heroin can cause pancreatitis. Heroin is a very hard drug which can do substantial damage to the pancreas. Medical research has shown that the use of heroin causes an increase in salivary isoamylase which can cause damage to all organs including the pancreas, leading to pancreatitis. Heroin is also consistently linked to causing complications of the receptor down regulation, leading to deficiencies in bile production. 

As i advise in the use of all drugs on this website, stay away from Heroin. It is illegal and has disastrous effects on the user, the users family and the entire community. If you have an addiction problem please seek help. Heroin is a very hard drug which often proves fatal for users.

You may not like reading this post but i have to contribute information to readers from all walks of society. I am not a medical professional i contribute all this information to countless hours of research. Please seek professional medical help if you have any more questions.

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