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... I am sure you are familiar with my story, if not go under suboxone withdrawls, chronic pain or fibromyaliga. Today I am very proud of myself as it has been 31 days off of suboxone. ... (15 replies)
... The sub is very, very securely attached to the receptors. It does not allow other opiates to go there. Which is why, you will not get "high" from opiates that you take while you are taking Sub. ... (16 replies)
... Man.... That is a lot to deal with. I just want you to know that no matter what people have said about you.... I think you are a great woman and have a lot on your plate and have gone thru hell and back... so.... ... (15 replies)

... Anyhow, I do get slight relief from my physical therapist who does "dry needling" a.k.a. ... (15 replies)
... re buckwheat husks or hulls and you can scrunch that up under your neck and get comfy. I also besides Fibro. have "myofascial" pain and there is not much to get relief from that either and TMJ which is all very closely related. Hopefully I will get some help with the nerve burning and my new neurosurgeon. ... (15 replies)
Suboxone
Oct 12, 2011
... First rule is when you are ready to quit you do not need a program. Unlike, say barbiturate withdrawal, you will NOT die from a opiate withdrawal so now it is a matter of dermination and pain tolerance. ... (15 replies)
... My Suboxone prescription is renewed only by an office visit, usually monthly. ... (17 replies)
... the time release quality of it makes withdrawing from it more difficult? ... (17 replies)
... Cause....I need to tell you what I discussed with my twin sister earlier today, re. your departure from the Board. ... (33 replies)
... What I think happened to you from what I've read is that you took the sub way too soon after your last use of heroin.... ... (6 replies)
... and felt NOTHING after an hour. No relief, zero. ... (2 replies)
... I hurt my back a while ago, and I am on suboxone. I had to take pain meds again, there is no need to taper off the sub in my opinion. The small ammout sub in your system wont help with the pain and will make your other meds not work as well. ... (6 replies)
... and worry that the withdrawal was only hours away from last one. I could have been a statistician or mathematician, I became such a pro at numbers...... ... (34 replies)
... g from with that comment, but I hope he doesn't make it a practice to talk like that to all recovering addicts, especially those that are merely seeking a little relief from withdrawal after practically not sleeping for three days! ... (14 replies)
... nd, however, I am sure that you will make the right choice for you. Aren't you glad you don't have a nasty relative telling you that you can't have pain medicine no matter what the consequences? ... (15 replies)
... :D We twins are so pleased you are "into" humor, as well. Humor has seen us through many times that were totally NOT humorous! I don't think we would have survived our Mom's long, horrible descent into dementia, if we could not have laughed occasionally at the absurdity of what life had become. (And funnily enough, right to the end, our mother retained her own sense of the... (17 replies)
Suboxone
Oct 9, 2011
... which I had hid from my daughter, that I forgot about. Went on subs, too high dose for to long. So took the oxycodone, 300mg a day. ... (15 replies)
... partial agonist which means you really don't get the "high" as with other opiates. most people feel great at first, then the sub side effects set in, migraines, no energy, depression, no motivation, no libido. some get this quicker than others. when you go to be inducted you absolutely have to be in withdrawl. ... (4 replies)
... First thing i picked out of what you wrote Kim was that you crave it bad at times what ye should do with that sentance is replace the it with a the. Then read it back to yersel DO YOU REALLY CRAVE THE BAD TIMES? Cause there are only bad times, we may have got relief from the mental torture for a short while but it never lasts and the end result is always more pain and... (165 replies)
... but, as yet, have no personal experience to offer. ... (28 replies)


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