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... pioid, and thus can produce typical opioid agonist effects and side effects, such as euphoria and respiratory depression, its maximal effects are less than those of full agonists like heroin and methadone. ... (3 replies)
... drawls if you relapsed, thus a very powerful deterrent. I was super clean my whole life, until after a wreck and in 03 a Dr. got me on lots of Lortabs. I was taking them like candy. 2 yrs. of hell, esp. if I couldn't get my hands on any. ... (15 replies)
... You're taking a very very high dose of oxy, a very dangerous dose. I don't know for certain, but I'm pretty sure that a suboxone doc or clinic is not going to give you the equality of that in Suboxone, or even close. The other problem is, your trading one addiction for another.. ... (7 replies)

... Rickya44...I got an email saying you had replied to one of my postings. I wanted to answer your million dollar question, why is it someone can go through withdrawls days after the suboxone is out of your system. ... (1 replies)
... thanks for what you said. I was just reading other people's posts and you really helped another recovering addict! It's the little things we don't realize sometimes that can have a profound effect on another. :) (28 replies)
... most of us in recovery know the terror that's associated with even thinking of giving up our drug of choice. ... (28 replies)
... ebird and Sverge....maybe you weren't on the suboxone long enough to feel the withdrawls that bad. You were very lucky. I was on it from Sept. 2 to Nov. ... (71 replies)
... What you just said just went off like a light bulb in my head! I have been feeling so much guilt and condemnation for getting dependant on lortab, but in reality, I didn't actually take more than prescribed.. at first. ... (13 replies)
... be strong and let us know what your doctor says. I'm going to make an appt. too to talk to mine about getting off. The only thing is, I don't think I'm strong enough right now to stay clean. ... (12 replies)
... asking about is the suboxene they gave you in the hospital and the reason you felt great there was that suboxene is an opiate and binds to the same receptors in your brain that the hydros did. ... (26 replies)
... nging how 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)
... okay so reasoning for your day 1 walk in the park... simply because you probably still have enough of the oxy in your system to keep you feeling not too bad... as the days go and so do the oxys, the worse the withdrawls will be..... understand? ... (42 replies)
... mg of oxycodone. ... (17 replies)
... in the Vicodin weakening your kidneys and liver, and making them much more succeptible to infection. The highest "safe" of tylenol dose is 4000 mgs. a day, and that's pushing it. If each pill you take contains 325 mg's. of tylenol, at 20 pills a day, you're getting 6500 mg. ... (30 replies)
... deal with you on it. I bet you money that as far as the entire company goes, they did not just stop carrying suboxone. I know it! And let me just say a couple of more things.... CVS has treated me in a way that was horrible too!!! ... (15 replies)
... I also admire you for your efforts. ... (24 replies)
... that really the least of your worries. ... (13 replies)
... Kitty, I can't speak for Dansuecamp, but I think she was referring to not taking the Suboxone for 12 hours and not getting sick. ... (84 replies)
... If you read my string I just started,my MD went the other way I guess there are multiple ways of getting us stabilized. ... (9 replies)
... detox lasts different periods of time for different people. ... (84 replies)

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