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... OK, i found a doc thought i wanted to stay on sub, then decided i didnt.. ... (5 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)
... K Guys I just got an email on my phone last night saying that someone replied to this thread. ... (32 replies)

... Suboxone "works" because it is an opiate! Somewhat different from taking heroin to get off morphine, or morphine to get off opium, but the same basic principle. ... (28 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)
... I found easiest way after detoxing a few times usin methadone etc was to detox using sub over a very short period as its hard to come off after a long period of time. ... (3 replies)
My Taper Tale
Apr 2, 2008
... My Dr has always stressed to me to take as long as you need tapering to eliminate the chance of relapse. Dont beat yourselves up maybe just taper a little slower so you dont feel the wd when you do. ... (12 replies)
... jenahnah Welcome to the group. You have taken the right step toward becoming clean by admitting to your problem and attempting to get off. In my opinion, you may be attempting this all wrong and should seek out medical help from a qualified doctor to get you on a suboxone treatment plan. ... (6 replies)
... Well, I'm not sure what I will expect. BUT I have made a decision to taper until I go completely off. ... (5 replies)
... First, please let me say congratulations to you for getting off and staying off drugs. I imagine that five months in a rehab gave you a wonderful chance to adopt new ways of thinking and to apply them in the way that was best for you, individually. ... (7 replies)
... The key is to get off the buprenorphine as soon as possible. ... (59 replies)
... ve reached the maximum peak of effectiveness for it. It seems that it is not an effective drug for you. Taper yourself slowly off of it then maybe ask your physician about using suboxone or methadone to help with your withdrawal symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... I just want to warn you that using tramadol to get off hydrocodone is not a good idea, especially if you are not doing this with a doctor's guidance. ... (23 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear you still can't work. Sub is supposed to make us feel like ourselves again. ... (18 replies)
... for allowing one to stop sub. in just a couple days. ... (52 replies)
... Hi everyone! I wanted to say I'm sorry for not being here for everyone. I had to get off for a long time because I just couldn't continue to 'fight' for why Suboxone was the right thing for me.... also couldn't stand reading all of the horrible withdrawal stories. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry Mounty....I was replying to your previous post. ... (39 replies)
... Hi, I am glad you posted this. So many of these posts help me to see how addicted and ON THE FENCE I am. I can't find a doctor who thinks suboxone is a good route for me. So of course I went doctor shopping thinking I would at least find one. God is telling me something. ... (15 replies)
... Slow and steady wins this race. The goal is to taper slowly, but it really depends on how long you've been on it. If you've just started, it might be best to taper more quickly, before your body gets acclimated. If you've been using it for a long time, then slow is the way to go. ... (3 replies)
... mg one day then .5 the next until you are ready to just do .5 . And then do the same thing with .5 and then .25. ... (10 replies)


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