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Is naltrexone addictive?

Naltrexone is not addictive, and there is no physical dependence. It does not produce a “high” or any feelings or sensations that could be considered pleasurable or addictive. In addition, there is no physical withdrawal or evidence of rebound drinking or using when Naltrexone wears off or is discontinued.

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