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... Sverige, hey, you do what you have to do. Sometimes only you know what it is you have to do. What you are attempting to do is tough, really tough. ... (71 replies)
... ing after registering. My history as far as the last 2 years and the way I feel about myself, the fact I'm quitting all of the sudden etc.... Is almost identical to ur situation. I know a lot about Suboxone. ... (71 replies)
... I'm kinda in the same place as Subtext, or atleast HOPE to be soon. ... (12 replies)

... awful withdrawals then started using again. I have some back problems that makes my excuses easier to use. Well I'm so sick of it. ... (43 replies)
... Your situation sounds somewhat like mine when I entered rehab 3 weeks ago. I was addicted to opiates for 4 years, and the doctor started me off on 2 2mg pills as well, taken in the morning. ... (2 replies)
... That said, DWD I think you have done a great job tapering off, as have others who have posted here. Personally, I would advise against the crutch of suboxone for any longer than two weeks to detox, because beyond that period it causes its own addiction, as you all have found out most painfully. ... (52 replies)
Oct 12, 2011
... First rule is when you are ready to quit you do not need a program. ... (15 replies)
... and wants to stop taking the drugs they have become addicted to. The Doctor then instructs the patient to stop taking their drug of choice for 24 hours, then he gives them Subutex. Subutex is straight Buprenorphine. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry to jump in..saying hello.. ... (7 replies)
... he physical part as you learned pretty quickly. It can really make you feel like you are losing your mind. Before I really knew much about addiction, I was going to commit myself to a mental institution because the cravings were so bad and I thought that I was having a mental breakdown and would go absolutely crazy. ... (21 replies)
... brit it is heartbreaking to hear your story and I feel for you, just know that as bad as it seems and as overwhelming as it seems it is never too deep of a hole to climb out of. ... (1 replies)
... and sponsor say he has "chronic relapsing disease" along with his addiction and therefore has no immediate plans to come off of it. When and if he does start to taper, his addictionologist says it will take months, not weeks or days. ... (21 replies)
... Hey, I have such a hard time finding recent posts on suboxone. I am methadone right now and want to switch to suboxone. Everyone I have spoken to says it is way better that methadone, as do alot of the other websites that I have been to. Is it really that bad to come off of? ... (39 replies)
... panic attacks if you take the sub. I've had no problem at all with any anxiety or panic compared to 4 years ago when I detoxed off of hydro and ativan at an inpatient god I was a wreck! ... (28 replies)
... pills a day. Prior to that I also took vicodin and percocet. Suboxone works to get you off opiates. ... (2 replies)
... I need some help, I know that. But I feel I've exhausted every avenue available to me, as well as tried the patience of my loved ones. My husband of 17 years has given up on me, and I understand completely. ... (8 replies)
... d from suboxone ive noticed, right now for the last week im on nothing and cant bare to live another day. I mean I take, Klonopin, Remeron and Zoloft but it seems to make it worse. ... (25 replies)
... hello to all my fellow addicts out thar.this is my first time posting so let me intro myself. ... (8 replies)
... didn't want to stop using drugs back then though. I just wanted to get away from my drug of choice. Now though, I want to get completely clean. This time is a lot different from back then. I'm ready to get clean. I did rehab twice before. I'm not going to do it a third time. ... (74 replies)
... day for over 2 years. I stepped down to Tramadol, which is a synthetic opiate pain killer, for a little over 1 week then I quit completely. The withdrawal was bearable this way. ... (5 replies)

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