Method How I got Meto..

Acopia

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I’m still not set on a method, but I thought I’d give getting Meto a try so that at least I’ve got it should I go down the SN route (plus I was curious to see if I could pull it off).

I’m not a natural liar, I’m terrible at lying - it’s not something I do. I figured in order to create a good lie, it needs to be as close to the truth as possible. Plus, with Covid my GP is doing telephone appointments which makes it a bit easier.

I suffer with migraines anyway, so figured I’d use that to my advantage. I said that I wasn’t sleeping so well, and was anxious which was triggering migraines at least twice a week, they’re lasting for a couple of days a time. With the migraines I’m getting bad nausea and vomiting and so can’t keep paracetamol down, and I’m struggling to eat and drink. I said that even when the migraine has subsided I still feel really sicky for a while afterwards. The dr asked me about the pain, and I just described how I feel when I get a migraine - info that if you’re not a sufferer, can be easily found on the internet.
I then said that my mam gets the same migraines as I do and she swears by Metoclopramide, so asked if I could have some too. To make it a little bit more realistic (and to detract from the Meto) I also asked for Sumatriptan - which is also a medication due to treat migraines.

The plan very nearly fell apart when she looked at the list of meds I take and noticed that I’m on Amitriptyline - which I’m on for pain + anxiety, but is also a very good med used for migraine prophylaxis (should’ve done my research, oops). But I stuck with my story and said I’m still getting migraines. There’s another med I’m also on that can react with Meto (another research error), I just said that I’d keep my eyes peeled for any side-effects and ring back if I felt more unwell.

Anyway, the plan was a success! I’ve been prescribed Meto (and Sumatriptan, but I’ll just save that for when I actually get a migraine). The dr told me that Meto is a good drug used for migraines and they were happy to give me it. I was told that apparently with young women it can cause some sort of muscle problem, I didn’t know that, but again said I’d ring back if I had any problems.

Maybe it sounds more complex than it was, but it was actually very easy!

So there we go. Project: success!

Peace + love,
Acopia :heart:
 
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Thank you for making this thread, I've seen many people wondering on how to get meto and it's really not that hard.
 
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Thank you for making this thread, I've seen many people wondering on how to get meto and it's really not that hard.
Kinda one of the reasons why I wanted to give it a go, I see people asking all the time so was wondering how hard it actually is. & even though I don’t quite get migraines every week, when I do get them they can be pretty horrendous so even if I decide not to use SN, I’ll still use the Meto for it’s prescribed intention.

Very easy! Didn’t raise any suspicion even when I said my anxiety & MH is generally terrible (which is true).

Obvs I’m in the UK, so in other countries there’s the financial factor. I’d be interested to know how much it actually would cost for people who don’t have the blessing of the NHS? If anyone knows.

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-A. :heart:
 
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Maybe I was lucky but I managed to procure Meto from an online source in a timely manner... At least, during this pandemic.

I had to do a lot of digging on the forums but I was able to find a source that I took a chance on.
 
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Maybe I was lucky but I managed to procure Meto from an online source in a timely manner... At least, during this pandemic.

I had to do a lot of digging on the forums but I was able to find a source that I took a chance on.
I did have a bit of a browse but couldn’t find anywhere. The GP route was easy enough though so now if I need it I don’t have to stress.
Plus, I’d like to make sure I had everything else I’d need first before actually buying the SN. What’s the point in wasting money on SN if the plan might fail anyway because I didn’t take the time to think it through.
-A :heart:
 
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I did have a bit of a browse but couldn’t find anywhere. The GP route was easy enough though so now if I need it I don’t have to stress.
Plus, I’d like to make sure I had everything else I’d need first before actually buying the SN. What’s the point in wasting money on SN if the plan might fail anyway because I didn’t take the time to think it through.
-A :heart:
Heh, I just went ahead and bought the SN from the jungle straight away. Everything else fell into place in due time. Was a surreal moment for sure. It died down after awhile. Just the fact I have it all is good enough for me now.
 
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To be fair it was like 75% a curious experiment to see just how easy it is.

I can hardly advise other people to get it from their GP if I haven’t even tried it myself to see if it works.
 
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Geting Meto prescribed as a suicidal patient has everything to do with your journal history.
 
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Geting Meto prescribed as a suicidal patient has everything to do with your journal history.
Maybe about 2months ago I was in crisis, and the doctors knew. The past 2/3 months of my GP records are full of self harm, suicidal thoughts, and referrals to MH teams who didn’t want anything to do with me. I still got Meto.

I honestly don’t think that the medical profession equate Meto with suicide. Esp if you detract attention by asking for Sumatriptan as well, it looks genuine then.
-A :heart:
 
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I’d imagine this method of obtaining Meto would be applicable to anyone with access to a healthcare system.
 
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