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... Interesting. May I ask why you have stayed on Suboxone for 2 years? ... (32 replies)
... I know plenty of people who switched from Methadone to Suboxone, at different doses. I don't know what dose is "the best" to switch but your doctor will talk to you about it. ... (32 replies)
... So I made the big plunge yesterday and went through with something I'd been tossing around in my head the last couple months. I went to a clinic and got a prescription for Suboxone. ... (2 replies)

... Welcome and pleased to meet you. I started Suboxone four weeks ago and I am so happy I did. ... (6 replies)
Choice vs. Disease
Feb 24, 2004
... Definitely does to me. They would like for you to be in the early stages of withdrawals... I was on hydros and a 'friend' gave me some methadone to take for about two weeks to detox. ... (17 replies)
... I too want to get off Sub. I am presribed 24 mg a day but usually take less than that unless I have pain. ... (7 replies)
... however, once you take a look at your life, what you've done to relationships while abusing drugs, etc... the depression might kick in. It usually does with anyone who stops pain pills... no matter how they do it. ... (17 replies)
... will tell you a brief history about myself and that will lead into where I am at right now. Today should be the happiest day so far but instead, here I am unable to stop this horrible feeling.Frustrated isn't the word! ... (32 replies)
... I have read through a few different threads and I'm getting mixed comments about suboxone. I'm starting to become concerned. I need help getting through this time with my husband and his addiction. Here is my story. ... (18 replies)
... which the Sub will relieve just as soon as your brain has the right amount in it! That's why Sub has saved so many of us...because it works! By our not having to struggle thru the pain of withdrawal....or the desperate things we do in order to stop it..... ... (9 replies)
... I'm so glad that you responded to my post. ... (17 replies)
... hi there tested faith and welcome. congratulations on your decision to become clean. i completely understand what you are going through. every person is different in their decision on how to stop using. ... (46 replies)
... I have been reading some posts and feel I could contribute something here. But I dont think it is what most people want to hear. ... (17 replies)
Mar 10, 2005
... I have been reading some posts and feel I could contribute something here. But I dont think it is what most people want to hear. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for writing me back. I really appreciate all the support I'm getting from you all. It's great to have people who understand exactly what I'm going through. ... (15 replies)
... First and foremost, I have been really really wanting to get clean for a lot of different reasons but one of the big ones was the amount of fucking money I was pissing away to maintain a pretty big IV Heroin habit. ... (13 replies)
... I hope you are hanging in there alright. I also have a history of lortab abuse. After 10 years of abuse, which started out innocently with me taking Lortab for chronic pain, I entered myself into a detox facility this past sept. ... (8 replies)
... It has now been about 30 days since i've last taken sub. I am officially feeling great..i dont' have withdrawals anymore..a few days ago i was still getting those pesky goosebumps and the other day i didnt get them at all and havent been its awesome! ... (9 replies)
... As an addict, the slow taper is next to impossible. It was for me anyway. As someone that was dependent on the medication, the slow taper was easier but still hard to accomplish. ... (3 replies)
... which time I did go thru sbout 3 months of withdrawals during those 4 hrs, when I left his office, I was tired but having no withdrawals, that was 3 yrs ago and to this day I have not taken another narcotic and I have not had any withdrawals or urges to use narcotics. ... (17 replies)

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