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... i totally can understand your husband being opposed to subs. i got some from a friend about 8 or so months ago and was using them to stop taking roxicodone which i was prescribed at the time. i didn't like "needing" to take roxis. it is like having 2 demons at your party.....the pain demon and its brother the addiction demon.....physical dependence is the main thing i deal... (1 replies)
... oocasionally as well. I detoxed in mid December 2014 and it has been a struggle to stay "clean." I go to NA meetings regularly . I currently am a patient in a clinic that offers counseling as well as suboxone threatment. ... (1 replies)
... I was just wondering why people are so against Suboxone... Chef, you inparticular. ... (33 replies)

... I was very afraid to take the suboxone because it was an unknown to me. ... (33 replies)
... dical advice". So I told this doctor my story, and explained to him that I did want to complete the program, I just wanted to be stabilized at the lowest dose of suboxone for the duration I was there, thats all. ... (2 replies)
... She sent him to a suboxone 'clinic' and after explaining the situation, the doctor acted if he took 100 pills a day and that he definetly needed suboxone and had to start that day. ... (18 replies)
... Your friend you met that told you about Suboxone is absolutly right when it comes to the NA meeting this goes as well as the Alcohol. But please dont think your not welcome there, you are!! ... (7 replies)
... not have been fueling my addiction. It is hard because as I write I sometimes realize things were different then I thought and I begin to harbor some resentment against friends and family for things that happend long ago, as I don't feel like it would be right to confrot people on most of my issues. ... (10 replies)
... I would suggest first that you line up some live, 3D support. NA is a free organization and can be wonderful support. There are meetings all over, but if by some chance one is not close enough, AA will certainly be of help. ... (2 replies)
... And I have nothing against na or aa. ... (26 replies)
... k this time around either.I still recommend them to a lot of people,but for some reason,I just could not get into it.And I tried,attended about 100 meetings,both NA and AA.I don't knock the organization whatsoever,but for some reason,it just wasn't for me.Whatever you find that works for you,then that's what you go with. ... (14 replies)
... As for the Xanax.....I am so against people telling others that they are not clean because they take that or Valium. When you have an anxiety disorder, you have to take this med. ... (6 replies)
... Well, in a way he is right, suboxone does get you pretty buzzed in higher doses, especially when you first start taking it. Actually Subutex and Suboxone are starting to be sold on the streets here in US and has been in near epidemic proportions in countries in Europe like France. ... (9 replies)
... So Jan '07 I got into a suboxone program with a doctor about 2 hours away, and i have come so far. I did have a few slips along the way, but i think that is typical. ... (8 replies)
... re getting chemo throughout there bodies, in which it feels like a fire has been lit inside you. They would beg to go through what you are. Some people say get suboxone on the 4th day I say NO. It's still a pill that's highly addictive and is much worse to come off. ... (8 replies)
... the suboxone was my way out.. ... (7 replies)
... Hello Mrs., Ice We will try and help you with your questions. It's great the hubby came forward and is taking positive steps to free himself from these evil drugs. That is the biggest step. Sounds like the Detox unit is giving him the right things, the Xanax (A Benzo) will help him handle anxiety and some of the nasty withdrawal symptoms. They are probably also giving him... (2 replies)
... There is no shame in needing help. It is not weak to ask for help - the weakness is in refusing to seek help and staying in the problem. I would suggest that you get yourself professional help as far as detoxing. At a minimum using a physician and home detoxing. When that is over you will probably want to stay on Trexan (naltrexone), an opiate blocker for a period of... (18 replies)
... Guys - this is a little silly. There is an argument about how bad or how you SHOULD go through withdrawals and that's rediculous. Bottom line is this... First, everyone has their own opinion and own experiences. In addition, everyone has their own way of getting off of hydros. The thing is, everyone should join together, no matter how they choose to do it, and help each... (69 replies)
... Im not against you going out and having a good time.. ... (7 replies)




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