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... I am in chronic pain also. I have neck, shoulder and head pain and also an ongoing headache since 2003. I was told after trying everything humanly possible for this pain by a "TOP Neurosurgeon" that he could "HELP ME". ... (6 replies)
... Dr. here decided he was going to take every patient he had off of narcotics. He left us high and dry, just to cover his butt. He told me that he never agreed with my medications that were prescribed for me by my prior Dr. to him, but he prescribed them for 5 years with no problem. So he took away our meds. ... (6 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)

... Does Suboxone help with chronic pain? ... (2 replies)
... have read through a few different threads and I'm getting mixed comments about suboxone. I'm starting to become concerned. I need help getting through this time with my husband and his addiction. Here is my story. ... (18 replies)
New to Suboxone
May 17, 2009
... e. I would take 90 mg of the MS Contin a day and then 90 mg of the percocets. I started counting my pills to see if I would have any left before next appointment with PM to make sure I wouldn't run out. Finally, I realized I have a problem. A friend told me about Suboxone and Friday was my 1st day. ... (6 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)
... When coming off of pain medications I've read about both of these medications for withdrawals. Basically I think Suboxone has a pain component in it and Subutex does not. ... (1 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)
... relieve just as soon as your brain has the right amount in it! That's why Sub has saved so many of us...because it works! By our not having to struggle thru the pain of withdrawal....or the desperate things we do in order to stop it.....we are granted a miraculous grace period to regroup and restart our lives. ... (9 replies)
... There is a difference between an addict and a person dependent on pain medications, as someone pointed out in this group to me. An addict abuses the drug for pleasure, someone how uses pain meds for chronic pain is dependent on it. ... (15 replies)
... time pain management client, having had all sorts of spinal fusion surgergies, knee operations, nerve problems...you name it...she's had it. ... (15 replies)
... I went through a similar situation back a few years ago. I have severe chronic pain as well, but after about a year of tinkering with different medications and trying to find the right doses we finally found a medication that was helping with the pain and not having as many side effects as others. ... (2 replies)
... I had numerous friends with problems and thought suboxone was the only way i was going to be able to stop. Boy was I wrong! ... (9 replies)
... years. Drinking seemed to be something I don't necessarily care to do. So, I've chosen to remain on suboxone maintenance as long as my Dr. approves. It could be for the rest of my life and I have no problem with this. ... (0 replies)
... I absolutely hate to say this to you but when the time comes that you stop taking the Suboxone it, unfortunately is going to hurt mentally and physically. The physical part is not that bad. ... (6 replies)
... I had a UA last week at probation and the opiate line was very very faint. My PO told me I might need to bring in the names of the medications I'm taking the next time I report. ... (1 replies)
... Either way, it's totally understandable to be concerned about being on these medications long term. Many chronic pain patients feel the same way. ... (13 replies)
... Daisye...sweetie.... This is such a hard time for you....and I know that having a birthday just accentuates the pain you are feeling. And, I feel so very badly for you. ... (11 replies)
Gabbi
Aug 15, 2003
... be it's not for you and you need to taper off of it. But my husband has been to three treatment centers, relapsed several times, attempted suicide and struggled with his opiate addiction that past six years . . . so I don't think he's taking the "easy way out." This may be his last chance to live a happy, healthy life. ... (22 replies)


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