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Pages: 1 2 Showing 1 - 20 of 31 for using suboxone and heroin at the same time. (0.049 seconds)


... ere I am. Sitting here with my thoughts trying to figure out what's wrong with me. Here's a summary of my situation. Since 2001, I have been on a 12 year run of heroin and methadone. It started really back in '95 when I first tried heroin. Like many, I fell in love. And like many, I began to hate what it was turning me into. ... (2 replies)
... I want to thank everyone for your encouragement and support as I get ready for Sunday's cold turkey starting date. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for taking to the time to read this long post, but I feel as though the entire story may be needed in order to answer the basic question I have... ... (6 replies)

A detox story..
Apr 17, 2004
... I thought id write about my first time at a detox facility. ... (5 replies)
Suboxone Worries
Jul 16, 2007
... I was on Xanax for years. Sometimes 30 mg a day. Thats 15 2 mg bars. I stopped cold turkey and didnt have an issue. I also take 24 mg Suboxone everyday. It stops withdrawal and doesnt give me a high at all, Zero buzz. I switched from Methadone and my last dose of 30 mg was 20 hours. ... (30 replies)
... my story is about when the kids become young adults. ... (7 replies)
Suboxone Worries
Jul 14, 2007
... Welcome to the Addiction and Recovery Board. It is good to read that you feel ready to begin detox and get on the road to recovery and sober thinking. ... (30 replies)
... to answer your question, this depends on the person, his age and constitution, general health, and other factors that are unknown. But most of all it depends on how much opiate he took and for how long. ... (28 replies)
... from the heart..it will make a huge differance in your life. ... (9 replies)
... The two people I know who were on Suboxone had nearly 0 severe withdrawals. They felt a bit crappy, but didn't even have to take a day off work. Both went down 2mg at a time, then jumped off from 2mg. ... (6 replies)
... I can understand why your son is fighting this outpatient program. And if he's already not happy about it, maybe it's not a good match. ... (119 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)
... WOW, That is so weird that you were thinking of me last night, thats kinda the feeling I had, ya know, had to check in on everyone that has been on the sub about as long as me. I am still on 6mgs and it looks like thats where I am gonna stay. ... (14 replies)
... i was thinking of you last night and here you are...i love that!!!How the heck are you,lady... ... (14 replies)
... i totally can understand your husband being opposed to subs. i got some from a friend about 8 or so months ago and was using them to stop taking roxicodone which i was prescribed at the time. i didn't like "needing" to take roxis. it is like having 2 demons at your party..... ... (1 replies)
... Hey all I'm an avid reader here but not a big poster. I been using this board for years since I have had a drug problem for approx. ... (0 replies)
... I wanted to preface this post by thanking everyone for contributing their thoughts. We all think we're the only ones, however these boards show us we are all basically in the same boat. The more experiences you relate, the more help I find. ... (31 replies)
My Addiction Story
Oct 10, 2012
... This is probably going to be a very long post, so I appreciate anyone who takes the time to read this and replies. Support is greatly appreciated. ... (2 replies)
... yrs now. I've been on suboxone this whole time. I just know me and if I am not on anything to supress my cravings I will use again. I really do believe in opiate replacement therapy. ... (7 replies)
Detox questions
Oct 27, 2004
... help both of you get through this. Unfortunately addiction is a disease that never goes away...you will both be dealing with this forever but it can get better and stay better from here on out with hard work! ... (8 replies)


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