This self-guided assessment can help you evaluate the level of your methadone use — it is not intended to replace a proper clinical diagnosis of drug addiction.
Taken methadone in higher doses or for longer than you intended?
Used methadone for recreational purposes?
Tried relentlessly to obtain more methadone when your prescription ran dry?
Spent several hours recovering from the effects of methadone?
Felt strong cravings for methadone?
Needed higher doses of methadone in order to feel the same effects?
Used methadone despite the personal or professional problems it has caused?
Experienced muscle aches, stomach pain or anxiety after trying to reduce or stop using methadone?
Stopped interacting with friends or family because of methadone use?
Experienced dizziness, constricted pupils or trouble breathing after using methadone?
Engaged in reckless behavior after using methadone?
Had a loved one express concern about your methadone use?
Time is Up!