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... I'm working a taper off Vicodin plan. This thread is designed for anybody who has a "taper off pain medication tip or question!!" BUT WAIT! ... (8 replies)
... and unfortunately I broke my foot in a car accident earlier this evening. I was prescribed pain medication and haven't taken any because I was concerned about what the reaction may be with the pain medication and suboxone. ... (9 replies)
... Carol, Thank you for your insight. My back pain is from an injury to my thoracic spine where I herniated a disk and had to undergo a fusion with hardware and screws. ... (12 replies)

... nd head and in 2003 had a failed fusion surgery in my cervical spine and was told that I have fibromyalgia, chronic myofascial pain, etc. My doc. had me several pain killers for years because of my chronic pain. I was taking Vicodin, Xanax, Oxycodin and Ambien. ... (71 replies)
... ongratulations on taking a step to be clean. I am also a recovering addict and this August will be 3 years clean for me. I read your post and want to say, give suboxone some time, nothing is a miracle drug! I have been on suboxone for for 3 years and it saved my life. ... (20 replies)
... 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)
... I have some of the same feelings that you do but for a different reason. I do have pretty severe chronic pain and MUST take narcotic pain medications in order to have some quality of life and to be able to work. ... (165 replies)
... May I ask what pain medication you were taking for your back pain and why you decided to go off of it and on the suboxone? ... (12 replies)
... Please note that when I write "not an addict" this is indeed the case. I take pain medication for pain. Not to get high. I am physically dependent, as all opioid pain patients are, but not psychologically addicted. Responses about addiction do not answer my question about Suboxone and what it can and cannot do. ... (17 replies)
... i am in the same exact situation. and my gf is verrrrrrry sexual! i know exactly how you feel. it definitely affects my sex drive. ive been trying to get off of suboxone for years now. weaned down my dose to about one mg a day for a while now. ... (3 replies)
... The benefits of the Suboxone far out weigh the negatives. Cost wise you are good on your Doctor visits but a little high on the Suboxone. ... (15 replies)
... and i am a chronic pain patient that had 3 back surgeries. My body is VERY dependent on the Methadone but my head tells me otherwise. ... (22 replies)
... I, like many others got dependant on pain medication through a injury. Mine was a back injury at work. ... (6 replies)
... am always chasing them down and dr shopping,, and skeeming how I will get my next script... I am sick of it and have cold turkeyed it several times but the back pain haunts me every time. I have chronic pain and I am also a pill popper. I would like to get off these pills but I can't do it... ... (4 replies)
... I am definitely not a drug addict. I would love to find an over the counter medication that would touch my pain. I have tried Tylenol, 8hr tylenol, tylenol PM, Aleve and Motrin and none of them touch my pain. ... (15 replies)
... I saw my PMC doc. today; and he read me the 'riot act' as usual, regarding pain medication, because I cannot see the shrink who put me on the Suboxone Detox Protocol; like all of you guys I have alot of empathy, understanding, and am grateful for your feedback; and for the mere facts that there is a site, where 'real' human beings can give thier own case study; and... (10 replies)
... Now I have been on Suboxone since Monday and I take 8mg PO BID. I have not gotten more then 2 hours of sleep at any given time, so I feel like I have been up since Monday. ... (5 replies)
... Suboxone stays in your system for 48-72 hours, after that you can take pain medication (for it to make any difference of course). I was just thinking to myself that if you ever did need surgery of some sort, there must be a drug out there that can counter-act the Suboxone's effect. Basically the 48-72 hours, give or take a few hours more or less is the time-frame. Hope this... (14 replies)
... Hi, Please bare with me for I am very nervous about even posting on this site. I have been on pain medication for three years now, vicodan, oxycontin, norco and now duragesic. I had a work injury and workmans comp denied treatment to my neck. ... (10 replies)
... A note for future posters. Please don't make the mistake of assuming I'm an addict in denial. I'm physically dependent as all opioid pain patients, but have no psychological addiction to this drug. I get no pleasure from taking it. There really are people who take pain medication for pain!! ... (17 replies)


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