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It doesn't appear that anyone is pushing the suboxone on you. We are just telling you what our experiences are (that's one of the reasons we are here, right?) Yes, I had a dry mouth, a few jitters and a little bit of trouble sleeping the first couple of nights. But those were not withdrawals. I've been thru withdrawals and know them intimately (gooseflesh, nauseau, restless legs, deep pain in the legs, chest, etc. -- that is not what I experienced with the suboxone). The side effects I had from the suboxone only lasted a couple of days and were very minor (i.e. they didn't interfere with my ability to work, etc.). I had a very smooth transition from the opiates to the suboxone and what I experienced was my body adjusting to the new medicine and not withdrawals, there is a huge difference.

Personally, I could care less if you take the suboxone but I do want you (and the other readers of this board) to know my experience with the drug. It has worked for me in a way that I didn't think was possible. That's my experience, strength and hope. Nobody is trying to push suboxone on you. Period. End of story.

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