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... In my honest opinion, and based on my own experience, Suboxone or Buprenorphine is as addicting as narcotics. I was told it has a very strong affinity for your brain receptors. ... (16 replies)
... Hello all who read this. Just introducing myself and describing the nightmare I have been through as a result of addiction to drugs in general (I've been addicted to almost all the street drugs available here in the UK and far too many pharmaceutical substances for all of my adult, and a large chunk of my teenage, life), and in particular, opiates/oids. Two years ago I had... (11 replies)
... DJChris, I just went through Ultra Rapid Detox 28 days ago. I am finally feeling better. ALMOST HUMAN AGAIN! I, like you, was taking Oxycontin, about 120mgs daily. Last March, I was put on Suboxone (Buprenorphine) to try and detox slowly over time. By October, I had tapered to a 2.5 mg pill but, for me, I couln't stop. When I tried going "cold turkey", I went into... (9 replies)

... Jenny, the best way to detox (at least what has worked for me) is to use Subutex, which unlike Suboxone, does not have Naloxone. Naloxone is used when someone overdoses in emergency rooms. It will clear the opiate receptors out of any opiates. The problem with Suboxone is that as you try to taper down and you want to cut the tablets, you can't get a proportionate amount of... (11 replies)
... I was on the buprenorphine for 8 mos back in '02 & '03. I experienced the worst withdrawals imaginable and they lasted forever- check out my earlier posts. The bup did little for the pain, and it is certainly addictive even if it does have a cieling. I could not get high like with the oxy but I sure tried. So WHAT was the point in switching one bad habit for an even worse... (33 replies)
... Domy, I'm sorry to hear the Hell you have been going through. I have alot of experience with Subutex and Suboxone and would be glad to answer any questions you have. ... (11 replies)
... Bizz. Ha ha, I was waiting for someone to ask me about my nickname. I picked up the nickname 'Domy Dog Sh#t' at school and it stuck. I would use the full name but doubt it would go down too well with the moderators. As for your opinions about doctors etc; well if you think you're para then that makes two of us as I feel pretty much the same mate. Alas I fear that the majority... (11 replies)
... sorry back from hell...your misinformed....subutex comes in 2mg to 8mg and is straight bupenorphine.....suboxone has the naltrexonie and its barrier can be broken with enough/way to much other opiatesw........ (10 replies)
Mike99
Jul 18, 2003
... so that God can send me to help rescue somebody else from this hell on earth we call addiction.... ... (8 replies)
... I tapered down to 0.5 mg daily, and jumped off. It was HELL. I have now learned that Buprenorphine at higher doses "acts" more like an opiate antagonist, where at smaller doses it "acts" more like an opiate agonist. You following me here? ... (15 replies)
... You haven't switched addictions by transitioning from another opiate to suboxone or subutex, but rather physical DEPENDENCY. As for adopting a psychological dependency, that's likely something that varies from individual to individual. I was on suboxone for over a year, but was never "addicted" to it. I never took it to get high (can an opiate dependent person get high from... (5 replies)
... and I don't know if your insurance will cover it, because I don't have insurance and I have to pay for it myself, but it is a hell of a lot cheaper than the pills! I have had very few side effects! ... (2 replies)
... again an addict, i take methadone everyday and take heroin at least twice a month....i am thinking of doing the rapid detox thing....but i dont want to pass that hell that u poass once u quit .... ... (1 replies)
... Suboxone or buprenorphine to be correct was developed to be a pain killer. It is prescribed for pain. ... (0 replies)
... x who relapse the most and fastest are the ones that get off of it the soonest. I am not strong enough to stay off of opiates without the chemical help that the buprenorphine gives me. I don't ever want to go back to the life of simply existing and trying to remain "not sick" by getting my drug every day. ... (165 replies)
... I do feel for you. I haven't used suboxone (sp?), but my thinking is that we didn't get here overnight, that nothing worth having comes easy, that without the pain there is no gain. We have to go through what is necessary for us to NEVER go back again. We will get through this; the depression, the weight loss, weakness and all the other "fun stuff" we've got to look forward... (4 replies)
... I've been dealing with chronic pain for years but now since I've been in physical therapy my only pain seems to be from withdrawls so I want my life back. I say this because I'm so depressed, have a hard time eating, can't get myself to shower or do anything except lay around since I sold my business in June. I've cut down from 30 to 25mgs a day of methadone and use 20-30mgs... (4 replies)
... bloomin hell that was hard but i think it better for the best. ... (23 replies)
... Domydog, wow, 8mg? im suprised you didnt get admitted to hospital!! i am shocked at the treatment you recieved from your local drug agencys but to be honest i am not suprised, until recently my local agency was just as bad and more often than not if you were ten minutes late for your appointment you were 'not motivated enough' and dismissed from treatment this did... (11 replies)
... just my twopennoth about willpower,by the way just down the road from you in newcastle,daughter been where you have exactly,hundreds a day on heroin and crack,up with the larks to shoplift to fund her habit,unfortunatley in my ignorance i enabled her totally and yes she had the will to do this(her saying is spot the addict by the skinny body and big legs from all the running... (11 replies)


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