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... People who don't suffer from anxiety disorders don't understand how difficult it can be and how much it interferes with one's life. ... (6 replies)
... weeks. if you are switching from meth to sub, you must taper your meth down to 30mg and then wait until you're in withdrawl. ... (7 replies)
... ht only for pain cause I heard they are not a opiate, but now I've been hearing soo much about this miriacle drug called suboxone. How does it work and whats the best way in going about getting it prescribed? ... (3 replies)

Suboxone help
May 5, 2014
... e done about Suboxone, I can tell you that if you have been on it for more than a few months, it can be very difficult to come off of, but not impossible. A slow taper will probably work best. ... (4 replies)
... Kelly, I agree with kat, thats a pretty big taper. 6 and 6 probably be best. Do you have the strips,, if so there easy to cut in half then cut again. From reading this site and others I got impression that sub drs over prescribe. ... (43 replies)
... Hi there, start at the lowest dose possible and do a quick taper or you will be addicted in over 2 weeks. ... (12 replies)
Methadone or CT?
Feb 27, 2006
... ree in many ways that it is just better to kick it right in the face and say no more. Of course I do not want to go through wds but like you say it might be the best way to go. ... (25 replies)
... Maybe the best thing to do is remove yourself from the situation. Is that possible? ... (59 replies)
... I am not sure how, or even if, I can make you feel any less angry. Yes, Subutex and Suboxone do contain an opiate... ... (6 replies)
... Slow and steady wins this race. The goal is to taper slowly, but it really depends on how long you've been on it. If you've just started, it might be best to taper more quickly, before your body gets acclimated. If you've been using it for a long time, then slow is the way to go. ... (3 replies)
... Hi proward, i kinda remember your name from awhile ago.... ... (17 replies)
... for pain and I really think that your 2 week taper from such a high dose is crazy. I agree with the previous poster. ... (6 replies)
... wow that must be an amazing place. I hear it is beautiful anyways. My daughter's best friend, her mother is from there and it is funny because my daughter is from south carolina and has a very pronounced southern accent and when she gets mad she says "I bloody well will" or some other such phrase. lol. ... (165 replies)
... oing through a major depression, and my body was crazy. My doc said I just came off of it too soon, that my endorphins hadn't built back up in my brain yet. So from the moment I took my first 2mg I felt normal again. I've been on it for 9 months. Went from 16 mgs to 1, then jumped, but I guess it was too soon. ... (4 replies)
... Sherry, it seems like that's the magic question. I have read a FEW success stories of people coming off of sub with little or no problems. My Dr. has a taper plan where you're supposed to taper 1mg a week until you're done. But I'm just so scared from what I've read.. I'm having trouble going from 8 to 6!! ... (17 replies)
... Well, I'm not sure what I will expect. BUT I have made a decision to taper until I go completely off. ... (5 replies)
... You may even be able to start a very slow taper allowing your body time to adjust to progressivly less and less opioids. Those restless legs are from your brain not producing enough dopamine. ... (8 replies)
... w much more human and non dependant to those little sweet orange tounge lozange that put me thorough all of this pain and suffering.... I look forward to hearing from you on your progress and remember get support....It"s inportant !!!! ... (13 replies)
... I've never used suboxone but if you've read some of the threads on this board alot of people rave about it. From what I've read about it, you will not go thru physical withdrawal. May even feel high the first few times you use it. ... (8 replies)
... ttempt to not get emotional as I asked for support. Even as I write now I start to cry because this is HUGE for me. I feel like a failure for not being able to taper down wth doc's approval and now he says it wouldn't be in my best interest to quit cold turkey. I have a name of someone who prescribes the suboxone. ... (10 replies)

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