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beingfree

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Nov 6, 2022
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Hey!

So I have been contemplating HOW to go for some time now and I am scared of most methods for obvious reasons. This would be my first attempt and I would rather it was the last one.

At first hanging was my ticket of choice, then exit bag/charcoal. No firearms where I'm from. But, not gonna lie, everything seems SO complicated!

I have access to oxycodone in pill form (20 or 30 mg). I may get access to fentanyl in patches form @ 100mcg/hr. I know OD is the most unreliable method of suicide and I've considered combining it with another method (hanging or charcoal), but everything seems too complicated for me. I have access to benzos.

I'm 50 kg, reasonably healthy. 28 yrs. Any advice?
 
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tosch

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Write a few comments more, than you will be able to get PM
 
jodes2

jodes2

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I'd choose SN personally, it's easier and less messy than charcoal and about as unpleasant. Hanging can be very unpleasant and can fail with consequences. I don't know about fentanyl or oxycodone, except fentanyl will be hard to get, and oxycodone might need a very high dose, fentanyl is a good death but I don't know about oxycodone. Sorry you're suffering ❤️
 
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beingfree

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Nov 6, 2022
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How about SN + benzo + oxy + beta blocker to prevent panicking and unpleasant effects? Would that be an overkill?

Also I can get fent patches. Read about people just slapping a ton of patches on their skin and getting warm. I really just want to go to sleep and don't wake up. Like that's my dream at that point and sole aspiration.
 
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well2hell

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Nov 6, 2022
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How about SN + benzo + oxy + beta blocker to prevent panicking and unpleasant effects? Would that be an overkill?

Also I can get fent patches. Read about people just slapping a ton of patches on their skin and getting warm. I really just want to go to sleep and don't wake up. Like that's my dream at that point and sole aspiration.
The lethal dose of fentanyl for opioid naive users is reported to be 2mg. But this would be an acute dose, whereas transdermal patches are formulated to slowly deliver the 100ug dose over a period of time (it’s in the name: Duralgesic) so they may not cause an overdose.

SN + benzo is reliable, this is the method that the PPeH currently recommends. You wouldn’t need a beta-blocker because it doesn’t potentiate SN, and SN and the benzo will knock you out quickly so you are unlikely to feel unpleasant symptoms from SN.

You can take a normal dose of benzo ahead of time so that you don’t feel anxious about either ingesting SN or the symptoms it may cause. Don’t take a dose that would make you fall asleep before you ingest SN, though.

You can add a normal dose of oxycodone or fentanyl ahead of time too if you’d like to, but since they will potentiate the sedation caused by the benzo, you may fall asleep before ingesting SN.
 
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beingfree

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Nov 6, 2022
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Thanks! Reason behind the BB is that I don't want any tachycardia/anxiety. May skip it after all. Is oxy strong?
 
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deathissosad

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Nov 17, 2022
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The lethal dose of fentanyl for opioid naive users is reported to be 2mg. But this would be an acute dose, whereas transdermal patches are formulated to slowly deliver the 100ug dose over a period of time (it’s in the name: Duralgesic) so they may not cause an overdose.

SN + benzo is reliable, this is the method that the PPeH currently recommends. You wouldn’t need a beta-blocker because it doesn’t potentiate SN, and SN and the benzo will knock you out quickly so you are unlikely to feel unpleasant symptoms from SN.

You can take a normal dose of benzo ahead of time so that you don’t feel anxious about either ingesting SN or the symptoms it may cause. Don’t take a dose that would make you fall asleep before you ingest SN, though.

You can add a normal dose of oxycodone or fentanyl ahead of time too if you’d like to, but since they will potentiate the sedation caused by the benzo, you may fall asleep before ingesting SN.
I was curious too if anyone would mix SN and F together or if thats asking for trouble? Also anyone able to direct me where to get antimetics?