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... First off, congratulations on your accomplishment! Beating addiction is no easy feat! I understand your fear of falling back into addiction, and can tell you that opiate addiction is an awful hell to llive through. ... (3 replies)
... there is a big difference in what you arre desrcibing and drug induced physcosis...i was on bupenorphine for opiate addiction..called buprenex,it was muscsle injectable and i was taking serax,benzo, and restoril for sleep... ... (8 replies)
... a one size fits all counseling, IMHO. There are big differences with an opiate addiction, and unless you have had one you will never fully understand how it feels...Neither will an alcoholic, a coke user, etc. ... (119 replies)

... something you will probably never share with other parents, maybe just with strangers on the internet, but beating addiction every day is rewarding. ... (14 replies)
... that is the hardest part of addiction, but rather staying that way. I know that it is something that I will have to work on everyday because I will always be an opiate addict, just not practicing. My best advice to you in staying clean is to just take things one day at a time. ... (10 replies)
Suboxone Advice
Mar 22, 2011
... quitting, when in reality, you're still struggling to get back to the real you. The second reason I have such a dislike for it is that I don't consider it to be beating opiates, it's simply replacing them. ... (15 replies)
... t amounts I was taking and how often. If we do not disclose all the details of what we are doing to the doctor, then we can not expect the best help possible in beating this. There is no shame in seeking help... and trust me, your story is going to be so not new. ... (7 replies)
... le time I dropped down I went through withdrawls all over agin. In the end the Cold Turkey was easier and it was over in a few days. I didn't use OC, but another opiate for a long period of time and the withdrawl symptoms werer basically the same. Consider flushing the remainder of your OC and be done with it dear. ... (19 replies)
... ge and care, he may be able to prescribe something to you to help you. Again I am not a doctor only someone who is dealing with something similar to yours namely addiction to an opiate. You can do it and beating up on yourself does not help at all. I wish you the best. ... (4 replies)
Any Advice?...
May 25, 2003
... Ultram addiction. I had a huge opiate addiction and decided that my life was going down a dead end path and Id be dead before the path if not stopped. You sound determined and that is awesome. ... (18 replies)
... Some of your heart beating errratically is cause by your anxiety, which is often caused by thinking about your heart beat. This is common, you can relax somewhat. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Ukonom, and welcome. The weekends are often a little quiet here, but I know you will get more responses over the next coupla days. Your story of beating cancer yet still battling drugs is so telling of the tenacity of opiate addiction. ... (38 replies)
... Hey Fisherman, I just read your new post, and I had the same train of thought earlier today. A best-seller, no doubt, "The Boards". I have never experienced anything like this, I did quit drinking two years + ago, but after the good feeling of beating the alchohol passed, I discovered my love for opiates in full-force. I always liked them, don't get me wrong, but did not... (11 replies)
... answering service called him so i could go get the meds from the pharmecy that he would hopefully call in,which he always did...honesty is the key to succesfully beating this opiate addiction........ ... (6 replies)
For Lisaaaa Hubb
Feb 9, 2004
... ich one of us would you like to live with if you had to choose." I am getting to the main point. Their fighting got so bitter one night my dad ended the fight by beating on my mom severely. ... (6 replies)
... eed to get them out of your life and quick. You also need to get with your Dr to get the issue with headaches worked out. There are a number of meds that are not opiate based that can help with the headaches. You will have difficulty in beating addiction if you have to use opiate based meds for your headaches. ... (41 replies)
... for times of bad anxiety. I still have a fair amount of them and I have just done an interesting web search of how the drug is used in opiate withdrawal. I use it rarely, but I tried half of a .5 before and it DID seem to help. But until I am totally off opiates, I will be using it VERY sparingly... ... (3 replies)
... til you can rebound to a place where you can truly trust yourself again and then wean off. It's no different from an antidepressant. Haven't we spent enough time beating ourselves up for being such "failures"? ... (5 replies)
... congratulations on beating such a nasty addiction !!! thats HUGE! ... (21 replies)
Day Seven
Mar 10, 2007
... are like little dots, and your opiate receptors like little grooves. ... (3 replies)


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