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... Well, I guess there's really no "point" here. Only that I would like to know what everyone else's experience has been on Naltrexone. ... (4 replies)
... I now take a medication called Naltrexone since leaving the Rapid Detox Hospital. Can anyone please tell me of their own experience with Naltrexone? ... (14 replies)
... Bob telling him that he needs to fill them at the pharmacy up the street. Apparently, it was the same pharmacist that worked with Gooberman to develop the famed Naltrexone Implant. I wondered why I was going to need all those prescriptions since I was going to wake up free and clear of all sickness and disease. ... (6 replies)

... Just wondering, if anyone here has experience with the drug and what that experience was like. ... (0 replies)
... king. The dangerous thing is the false sense of security, thinking you can drink normally again. You know booze, usage will escalate! The physical effect you are experience could very well be the ReVia, you need to be completely clean when you begin treatment. ... (4 replies)
... Hi lonelytravelor. I don't have any experience with this particular problem, but my mother is an alcoholic and I was wondering if you could explain to me what Naltrexone is? ... (4 replies)
... Hello, just looking for some advice on Naltrexone implants. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all, I've been sober for about 2 1/2 weeks. Today is day three of 25mg naltrexone (starter pack, prescribed by pdoc). The first day of taking it at 4:30 and felt awesome. Did yoga and didn't want to drink at all. Yesterday, day 2, was a completely different story. I still didn't want to drink, but a couple hours after taking it at 3:00 I felt ridiculously high. I... (2 replies)
... What kinda doctor is both an addictionologist with experience in former opiate addicts who are now pain patients. I have talked to my primary, ortho surgeon, intventional pain specialist, pyschiatrist. NO answers. HELP! ... (2 replies)
... All the research in the world cannot compare with my real life experience using it for about 3 weeks. ... (14 replies)
... I did go to my Sub doctor today and we spent quite awhile talking about my experience in the ER. ... (9 replies)
... About a year and a half ago, a very nice fellow here had a bad reaction to Sub, like you. I believe it turned out to be the Naltrexone in it. ... (9 replies)
... Suboxone and other pharmaceutical opiates are perhaps better than street drugs, but the resulting addiction is the same. My experience has been that there is no true Recovery until one is clean and sober. ... (52 replies)
... NOT feel at all like myself. Even if I shut my eyes, my eyelids and lower lip start to quiver. I'm very shakey and I don't know if this is due to withdrawal, the Naltrexone or a combination of the two. Has anyone here ever taken Naltrexone and what was your experience? ... (7 replies)
Feb 9, 2009
... Mariskas, Something that is really helpful when wanting to come off of strong opiates (as opposed to methadone, which is notorious for its extremely unpleasant and long lasting withdrawals) is a drug called Suboxone (buprinorphine and naltrexone) , or Subutex (buprinorphine) . These are semi-active opioid inhibitors. The way they work is that they bind to the brain's... (8 replies)
... cet covered it up. Now that I do not take Percocet you are correct, I definitely have a LOT of depression. But dont forget I already had it to begin with. I also experience fatigue although I did go lift weights at the gym yesterday and today only 2 weeks after being released from the hospital. ... (1 replies)
... I have also considered talking to my doc about anabuse as well as naltrexone. Has anyone had experience with naltrexone? ... (15 replies)
... lynn,glad all is good for ya.i am almost 100% sure that the naloxone only purpose in the suboxone is to stop addicts from shootin it with the needle.i have been on suboxone twice now first time in 03 for 9months and again in 09-04 till 06-05 and just from my experience i have been high on hydros and oxys and then took suboxone and it never made me go into w/ds at all,and ive... (9 replies)
... This is hopefortoday's husband, If the suboxone is taken as prescribed (sublingually -- dissolved under the tongue), you do not get the full effect of the naltrexone, and therefore, you don't have to go thru any of the w/d's. However, if you take it by some other means -- needle, crushed, swallowed, etc. -- the naltrexone will send you directly into acute withdrawals -- do... (84 replies)
... and perhaps even experience less withdrawal, something I have yet to do, than if I used the Subutex for the final 100 mgs as planned. ... (17 replies)

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