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Those people get high on sub which is why it is becoming a really big <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>street</span> drug now. People buy it on the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>street</span> to substitute when they can't get their DOC but also alot of people buy it because it makes them "nod off" which is what most opiate users want. The nalaxone makes some people have very uncomfortable side affects like headache and throwing up but nodding off and being "fuzzy headed" is more like from taking too much opiate.
I have read reports that detoxing from suboxone or subutex is incredibly difficult and quite a bit longer than other opiates. Both of these drugs get abused every day and already have a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>street</span> market <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>value</span>. Any opiate naive person will be in big trouble taking either one as a party enhancer. The FDA recently approved subutex in a long-acting patch form for chronic pain patients. Subutex alone will not cause a problem with breakthrough meds.
OOOOk let me just start by saying denial is the first indication of a problem ok say you do take as perscribed how long befor you relize that ur body is becomeing ammune to that dose as with any meds to include antibiotics your body builds up a resistance say what u want but sat your script says one erry 4to6 hours for pain fact is any codone-oxy-hydro-any pain med is gonna stop working as well within 2 to 3 hours then your back in pain and if your like me I go to pain management so I get my scr
My first thought on her wanting to be back on Xanax is that it's because it has higher <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>street</span> <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>value</span>. Apparently the psychiatrist won't give her Xanax now because I reported suspicions that she was selling it. I will se how her first week at inpatient goes--if she doesn't make appointments and therapy she'll have to go inpatient. Much thanks for all the support.
-Should Suboxone patients be in a recovery group? I have reservations about forced attendance, as I question the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>value</span> of any therapy where the patient is not an eager and voluntary participant. At the same time, there clearly is much to be gained from the sense of support that a good group can provide. Groups also ’show’ the addict that he/she is not as unique as he thought, and that his unhealthy way of visualizing his place in the world is a trait common to other addicts.
One thing that ought to be factored in are your symptoms. Its also of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>value</span> to note that the guidelines that suggest what is normal changed a bit due to the 2002 AACE guidelines (USA) In my amateur opinion there is also value in factoring in the age of the patient versus his testosterone levels.
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