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... I'm new to this site, but I have read some very interesting posts about other people's experience with Suboxone. I took Suboxone for 2 months. I started at 12 mg, then went up to 16mg for two weeks, then down to 8mg for two weeks. Last week I weaned myself off of them. ... (10 replies)
... I'm going on withdraw from methadone tomorrow, from 35 mgs to 0. Can I ask what suboxone is? ... (21 replies)
... I am caving in on day 5. I have not used yet but I see it coming. I have a script for 40 8mg suboxone in my wallet and know that will give my pain a rest. I am hurting so much.............thought patterns are wild and even having tingling feelings. ... (33 replies)

... I have been on suboxone for a couple of years..very successful. I have slowly tapered to 4 mg. ... (3 replies)
... going, I finally hit a wall and decided to stop so I could change my life. I wanted to go to college and have a fulfilling life. Back then, I didn't know what a withdrawel was or that I was even gonna have one so it came and went like nothing. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Mizzlizzie, If you want to read about various people's experiences, and if you've got the time, read my thread "Scared...almost ready." Lots of people posted their experiences there, and obviously I have, too. It's a really long thread, but you might find it helpfulAt the very least it'll give you something to do when you're cravings another hit. Clearly, when your... (5 replies)
... Ok so I read these posts and My heart goes out to everyone. I want to say that when I started the sub I thought it was fantastic and was indeed a miricle, but as others have said, once I stopped taking it the ugly head arose! It is a remakable drug and did in fact make me feel 100% normal, I was happy, confident, living and leading a normal life, I still am!( as long as I take... (6 replies)
... diamond, that is not a huge dose at all...im thinking that the doc wants you to get past some of the withdrawel while the antidepressant is kicking in..which usually takes 4 weeks to be therapeutic. ... (2 replies)
... ultram addiction. i am taking 60 pills a day now and also taking about 5 restoril 30mg pills in the evening. i am going to tell him about both but can you take suboxone while slowly tapering off a benzo. i am very excited to see the dr. even though my insurance will only pay for the meds and i have to pay for the visits. ... (18 replies)
... It's so encouraging to hear that you've been on suboxone for 2 years successfully. I am on sub right now, for the second week, 3rd time. ... (3 replies)
... My Md has treated opiate withdrawel with suboxone and has also treated my anxioty and panick with paxil. These are seperate from recovery. They are medical conditions and happen to me physically inside my body. ... (28 replies)
... Now I dont pretend to no what subs are, but i no what withdrawel is. I am an X heroin, cough medicine, pill, junkie. Not to mention alchohol later on in life. ... (58 replies)
Suboxone
May 4, 2009
... Hi ems mom. Good morning. The dr said it was normal. The body has to get used to it. He has lots of patients on it and the same thing happend to a lot of them He said i could be swallowing a little of it too. He is right i do let a little get out from under the tounge. He said to begin with 8mg is what i should take at the start of treatment for it to work properly. ... (25 replies)
Suboxone
May 2, 2009
... another thing i have noticed is i do not push myself as much concerning work. I say it is becaus e i am getting older but it may have to do with the lortab. I think I read you said or someone that they have more energy also. So i think this will be a pro..... vs con. I am many concerned about the withdrawel. not the drug. if i can tapper and get off of it when i want... (25 replies)
Suboxone
May 2, 2009
... started taking the lortab. I got a little hi in the begginning but as we all knowthe tolerance build up. I do not get hi with the three aday. I have not noticed withdrawel because i have not tried to quit. I know what to expect because I have quit xannex and speed and other drug to know what it feels like. ... (25 replies)
... Yes, it can cause nights sweats and many other withdrawel symptoms.... Good luck to you, I hope it doesn't get too bad for you! In the end, it's worth it! ... (1 replies)
... Hi fisherpard, thank you for the clarification. you're right that still seems fast but i can totally relate to how you've decided to do it. personally i'd rather be in more withdrawel for a shorter time period, but who knows what the actual trade-off is? it seems the folks who do the slow taper are pretty miserable as well. we just want our lives back. the lion has slayed... (41 replies)
... Kelly, Hi it's Franko checking in to say Hello!..............So what is with you're acronym "Froggirl?" Looking for a Prince?!..........Hope you are doing ok. These people are pretty sharp and understand where you are at right now, Wednesday will be a little better and by Friday the pain will be gone. Try and sleep as much time away as possible. I never went cold Turkey but... (40 replies)
... If you feel bad, the bests thing for a vicodin withdrawal are suboxone or darvocet or even ultram but never combined. None of these are cross addicting with vicodin and many detoxes use these medications. ... (40 replies)
... it also needs to be expressed and this is why. My current Dr. continues to tell me of many of his cronic pain patients that have swiched from opiate pain meds to suboxone and when they stopped the suboxone they had no symptoms of withdrawel Im serious He has told me this several times. That they had no withdrawel symptoms at all. ... (3 replies)


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