MS CONTIN have been taking for 2 weeks 60 mg tablet twice a day. How long will it take to be out of my system. I had a rx for oxycontin and someone stole my medicine so my friend gave me thses to use. – Filed in MS Contin – 1 Reply
Im jim from the uk.Im on 8mg of suboxone n wana cum off.However,ive withdrew from suboxone b4r n the withdrawals are hellish and go on for ages…altough nowhere near as bad as methadone..i was thinking of taking a suboxone every 2n as this way i will have one bad dat but one good day.Ive never heard of anyone doing this n would appreciate ur experience if sumone has tried this route. 7 Replies
Hello all, I need some advice. I was kicked out of my first program 4 months ago. I’m ready to get back on the subs again, but I’m not sure if I need to tell my new doctor that I have taken them before. I live in Colorado and I’m not sure if they will ask if I’ve ever taken suboxone before or if I’m in some sort of data base. Should I just tell him the truth that I relapsed my first time, or should i just keep it to myself? 1 Reply
I started my program today. 4mg per day is the magic number. I had to take one 2mg then wait an hour to see the Dr again. Then given another 2mg. When I left I felt like I was high. About an hour later I started to throw up. Does it help to take this with food? I know it’s a side affect, does it go away? 1 Reply
My husband has been on 5-6 80mgs of oxys a day for 10 yrs. He started subs one in withdrawl hes already taken 2 but I’m not sure if thats true cause he puts them under his tonuge and it makes him throw up…can he swollow them whole and it still work.?? has anyone done it this way and how often should I give him more until he feels better?? 2 Replies
I don’t see why it would be a big deal if I had taken subs with another doctor, I can’t imagine I’m the only one that has relapsed and been dismissed before. This time I truly feel like I’m ready to quit and move on with my life. Does anyone know If i should disclose the suboxone treatment I had a few months ago??? I don’t want to get kicked out of this office for not telling them the truth, but if they have no way of knowing what kind of treatment I’ve had in the past I would rather them not know. What should I do??? Is there a paper trail they can look at, or can my insurance blow the whistle on me? 2 Replies
saboxone by far is the best and safest treatment for opiate addiction i have ever tried. Why on earth, is it the hardest treatment to get on? and why cant you get help from the government or insurance to use it? Most opiate addicts i know, when they are knee deep in addiction arent trying to use to get high, they are trying to use to stay straigh so they can work, and live.Why is it more expencive than using heroine?oxy`s? or any other opiate?.. why not make the treatment and cure the easier road to go down, rather than the addiction? 10 Replies
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