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... This is a post from the website that's all about suboxone that lists out a taper someone did successfully and that a lot of other people followed as well. ... (8 replies)
... your finding it difficult to come down from here. ... (52 replies)
... This guy is a fraud and should be reported to the medical board!!!! He is USING his patients buy selling them other "pain detox" methods when the first one didn't "work"! ... (18 replies)

... I would like to let you know about a fairly new treatment that is out that treats addiction by elimanating cravings and stopping withdrawals. ... (26 replies)
... I hear ya. I jumped from 12mg of sub to nothing. withdrawals lasted about two months, but eventually got better from there. I swore I would never take sub again. ... (5 replies)
Need advice please
Apr 23, 2008
... Have you thought about going to a doctor and getting suboxone to get off the vicodin? ... (16 replies)
Suboxone Hype?
May 4, 2005
... It worked for me. Yes you do have to withdraw from it, but it you have to look at as a 2 part treatment. Part 1 stop using your opiate of did that for me in 20 mins, then a slow taper during which you have time to get your thoughts straight about your addiction..... ... (7 replies)
Help please
Dec 23, 2007
... ghly dangerous! I will tell you that with first hand experience. I had the procedure done a few years back, and it almost killed me. Your habit is not bad enough to warrant this procedure. I know that your worried about your current situation, but we tend to get rational when we feel that were in a little trouble. ... (10 replies)
... I've heard this too. I do take Xanax as needed and I've become tolerant of it but not addicted to it. Lucky me!! But the risk is still there. Problem is, when I take Vic, I have no need for my antidepressants, anxiety or IBS medications. ... (10 replies)
... Just to give you an idea. ... (10 replies)
... Stick with the methadone clinic for now and GO TO A NA can just sit and listen, you don't even have to talk if you don't want to. If meetings are out, why not admit yourself to detox, it would only be a week or so of your life, to GET your life back on track. ... (22 replies)
... and it sounds like you are ready to get you came to the right place. ... (9 replies)
... ave two 9 month old kittens, a brother and sister, and they seriously bring me joy no matter what my mood is. being with my boyfriend can sometimes make me want to use worse, but lying down on the floor and playing with the kittens, or just watching them play is amazing. to anyone who is lonely or depressed, get a pet! ... (84 replies)
... Okay here is the basic outline of my taper so far. ... (32 replies)
... back again and around it went. Then I met my most recent doctor about 3 years ago. He put me on a steady regimen of oxycontin and vicoprofen and I allowed myself to believe that I needed these drugs every day to stay pain free, when in fact I was always subconsciousely aware that I was fooling myself. ... (2 replies)
... mg LT's a day, 3 years of methadone, and 6 mths of suboxone , today being my 2nd day off the sub completely. ... (6 replies)
Happy Holidays!
Dec 28, 2007
... one of the things that stuck out to me was that the safest time to taper would be in the second trimester. also, it is recommended that the patient switch over to subutex instead of suboxone during this time. i have read that it is easier to taper from subutex anyway so this might help you. ... (14 replies)
... I've been on Sub for about 6 months now. I started with a doctor who put me on 16 mg for the first week and then tapered down 2mg. every week until I was down to nothing. I felt pretty awful when I got to about 2 mg's. ... (13 replies)
... isn't because I can't deal with the WD's, it's just that I can't deal with them and continue my everyday life. I own a business, I'm married, and losing a week to lay in bed and sweat it out is not even remotely feasible. I am no stranger to drugs, but I am a stranger to addiction. ... (40 replies)
... Yes, I guess I have to agree with you Kfld. Now that I think about it, people do need time to adjust to life without opiates. For most people, ot has been years since they have gone a few days without, never mind a month or two. ... (24 replies)

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