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I was never warned about the duration of suboxone withdrawal; I am just finding out by reading everyones posts. I do take a multi vitamin and vitiamin B12 daily. I do beleive it is helping. I had to withdraw from school for the time being and took a leave of absense from work. It it difficult for me to do just about anything. I would strongly suggest to do what you can to take time off to recover. I am thankful I have a great boss.
” I withdrew from tramadol a few years back and was fine after 23-25 days. I have heard that Suboxone is so strong that the withdrawal period lasts a lot longer, but no doctor I have seen seems to know anything about this potent drug. Any information about the Suboxone withdrawal process would be greatly appreciated as this has already gone on a lot longer than I or my doctor expected. Thank you so much!
Yes I have had several forms of theropy ect and I really feel that I am ready an I don't see myself having any problems useing again. For the 1st time in my life I don't think about drugs and I have felt I've been ready for some time now. I don't unserstand it either how I haven't been affected by cutting down from such a high dose but with in the last few hours I have been starting to feel worse.
I knew I didnt want to be on the suboxone for the rest of my life so I stopped going to her 11 months ago. I swear some of the damn Suboxone doctors are certified drug pushers them selves............. She did give me 3 bottles of suboxone and for 11 months I weaned myself down to what I thought I could handle, then I just flushed almost a whole bottle of them down the sink and said Ok IM done!
I am now taking (not prescribed) 5-20mg methadone per day as I couldn't cope with some withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone is not available to me in New Zealand & my GP prescribed zopiclone 7.5mg for sleep. What can I do to get off methadone, minimising the terrible heart palpitations & breathlessness that are the only things I can't cope with? Please help as I desperately want off this drug!
Hi, I just wanted to give you my experience with Subutex (same as Suboxone, but without the Naloxene which is added to Suboxone to prevent injection abuse) I, like you have been through withdrawal from opiates so many times I Iost count. I initially went in for Subutex last August and it felt like a miracle! The withdrawals were instantly gone, and I felt like I was alive. That was until I puked my guts out the next morning as a side effect! The intial dose of 12mg was a bit high for me.
Does anybody have any home remedies or secrets that doctors, etc. just will not tell you (unlike Suboxone) that will help me get through the withdrawal side effects of taking 200mg/day or more of Oxycontin for over a year now? Trust me I have tried alot including Suboxone and tapering, nothing really works. Even rehab, made it through but then right back on after a month.
I mean think about it, what did they do in the olden days for medicine? They used home remedies, herbs, and etc. So I know that it works. But I would NOT go to a GNC and expect to get what ya need. I'd go to a hole in the wall, small herbal shop somewhere..make sure that they have taken some kind of classes or that they are certified in herbs. Because I went to a small herbal store and thats how I come to find my special regimen.
I've been seeing a rehab doctor and taking suboxone. While tapering, in order to continue work and not suffer withdrawal, I was given xanax. I became addicted at one time up to 25 mg.s a day, down to 15 now. It's been close to a year. What is the best way to detox without losing my job? If I take a medical leave for 30 days in December and take no xanax, will that be enough time or should I continue to slowly taper?
i dont have a mental addiction to the pill i dont crave the high but i have a strong physical addiction to oxy. are there any home remedies that seemed to help? or other drugs i should ask about from my doctor? please list anything and everything u have to ease the pain that is to come. please help like the person above me said i cant remember how i was happy before but i know i was...
is it deadly to do it on my own, is there any true deadly warning signs that my body will go through that i need to seek emergency treatment 3. any home remedies to help lessen the symptoms 4. how long will it take for the severe withdrawal to subside Please help me, i am so scared, this is so not like me, i can't believe this has happened and taken control of my life.
I have to cut down and recently cut down to 10 a day and have experienced physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms. I have some clonidine and don't know how much to take for withdrawal. What is the recommended dosage. My goal is to eventually cut down to 4 a day, but have been very uncomfortable at 10. I also take effexor and trazadone for depression, but I am so depressed right now. Hydrocodone, believe it or not has helped my depression and has given me something to look forward to.
After I finished the project in mid-may, I decided that I needed to stop using a drug to get through the day, so I tried to just stop taking it. WOW! Serious withdrawal symptoms including joint and muscle pain, stomch issues, fatigue, depression and a strange hollowness in my nerves ensued. I didn't feel I could just stop functioning for a week or two or whatever it would take, so I used some hydrocodone that I had to help me get my tramadol use down to 100mg per day over the course of a week.
I am convinced that these are the symptoms of codeine/hydrocodone withdrawal. WHAT do I do about this? I can't STAND it!!! I have three children to take care of (two of them are babies). I can't take care of myself now because I am "sick" so to speak. I have been completely honest with my husband about this. He agrees that this is probably withdrawal, I need to do "cold turkey" (what choice do I have anyway?) and tough it out for the next week or so.
Well the question is why you are on suboxone in the first place. Are you working with a sponsor or are planning to come of opiates entirley? My question is if you are in so much pain from your Rheumatoid Artthritis, perhaps there is an alternative to manage your pain that you should be on, because with RA, even if your through detoxing the pain symtpoms will still be there and you may need to take medication.
I've never really gone this long without using AT ALL throughout the entire process, it's been about 2 weeks and I'm still feeling uncomfortable. Are there any at home remedies that will take the edge off a little bit? I've heard vitamins B and C, warm baths, bengay and heating pads, but is there anything else you guys recommend? I still have night sweats, RLS, constant fatigue and some back pain.
what i am trying to get at is there any home remedies or anything of that nature that i could try on her. im in no way a docter im a damn it assistant and web design assistant and know nothing about medical, withdrawals, herion ect. any help would be greatly appreciated im pretty fuckin scared right now.
I stopped taking suboxone 5 days ago, After 4yrs of use the withdrawal on day 1 and 2 were enough to handle, But since its feels like it getting harder, last night must have been the hardest, Smoking pot, and drinking didn't help, but taking phenergan I finally mange to get a couple of hrs sleep.. Barely have enough energy to do anything at the moment...
Unfortunate as it may sound, one way or another you will go though the process. There is really no easy way of detoxing from home. I have dealt with hundreds of addicts who have all told me horror stories of doing it by themselves. I would only guess that if are successful in doing it at home you don't end up in my clinic. Just in case you are curious, it takes us three to four days to detox a patient and get him/her back home drug free and feeling well on Naltrexone therapy (no opiates).
It kills me to see young pill poppers take suboxone because they are afraid of withdrawal. But for some of us long term addicts it can be a life saver. Because it is only a partial agonist you don't really feel high and so it doesn't really feed your addiction. You can feel like you're clean while taking it. For the same reason it allows you to begin slowly healing your receptor systems in a way that methadone, or continued opiate abuse, cannot.
In the US suboxone is only prescribed to treat opiate addiction and it can only be prescribed by a doctor who is licensed to prescribe it. Suboxone is a maintenace drug. Suboxone itself contains an opiate. The opiate in suboxone - Buprenophine - is pound for pound a very strong opiate. It has unique properties which make it a partial agonist.
Otherwise I have an appointment with a doctor tomorrow to discuss a suboxone taper program to get off the tramadol. I have taken subs before for a short 10 day taper 2 yrs ago in a detox facility to get off oxy's and benzo's and it worked with very little withdrawl symptoms. I had a year and some change clean time then my doctor suggested tramadol for my ruptured discs assuring me it was a non narcotic. In my state it was just listed as a narcotic in January I think. So I was already addicted.
I know it's my own fault but I need to get through this battle without family. I was just wondering if there are methods to do so you can get through withdrawal?
Has anyone had any experience with herbal or homeopathic remedies for home withdrawal. I'm very scared of what's to come?
They suggested I see a different doctor in their county so I got online and actually found a doctor that treats Suboxone withdrawal. He prescribed me Clonodine, Trazadone, and Valium. After taking these medications my symptoms dropped by about 75 percent!!!! My suicidal aviations stopped. I was able to concentrate enough to watch TV which certainly helped the time go by quicker. I was able to relax and sleep which enabled my body to heal. It also helped prevent relapse.
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