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#1 Feb 19, 2013
Wondering if anyone knows a Dr or Phy in the tri cities that write Subutex not Suboxen. I know about a year ago their were several and now seem to be none I have been on it for about 3 years now and It has given me my life back and I was also in Meathadone years ago and couldnt hold my head up I know most people say ur just trading one drug for the other but I can honestly say on the meathadone i wasnt ready to have help i needed and ever sence i found the Subutex I have gotten my life back iam able to hold a steady job raise my childeren and have a life i never thought was possible I just wish i wasnt having to drive everyday to a treatment facility and get it it's over an hour one way I have to leave a 4am just to be home in time for my husband and childeren to leave for work and school this is getting old fast but iam scared to come off it I have everything i have ever wanted an all while taken it so if anyone knows the name of a Dr please post it no # required i will find that my self if i can just get a name to get me started and I know some people will read this and think oh another dope head looking for durgs but that;s not the case I have been on ever drug under the sun and now have my life and family that i would do anything for so anyone with any info please share it will be greatly helpful to my and my family
#2 Feb 19, 2013
You're high now! Suboxone is one of the worst drugs out there today! If you REALLY want to be a good wife, mom and citizen- QUIT USING DRUGS! Period!!!
#3 Feb 19, 2013
I understand what you mean about Subutex taking out the "chase" factor. It has also allowed me to eliminate drug-seeking BS and focus on bettering myself. Many are critical of it, but so it goes.
From my experience, it is difficult to find doctors to write Subutex as opposed to Suboxone. The naloxone in Suboxone seems to give me a headache, but unless you have some kind of medical documentation indicating you have a... well, pretty much severe reaction to 'box, or unless you are pregnant, most docs aren't going to give you Subutex.
#4 Feb 19, 2013
PS- "Coming off" of it is indeed a complete nightmare. Oxycodone and heroin withdrawal is less drawn-out and more "do-able" overall. I honestly hate to say it, because I feel if I'd not started taking Suboxone, I'd be in a much more terrible "place" now. But, sub really does allow you to get back to a somewhat normal life, but detoxing from it is beyond awful. 2 weeks or more of physical withdrawal. Just warning you, but I'm sure you know. I'm sure some will be critical of this post specifically, but most of them probably do not understand what it's like to be a complete drug-chasing fiend and the sense of "back to normal" that Suboxone can provide.
Since: Aug 12
#5 Feb 20, 2013
Suboxone is a drug suppose to help opitid addiction when in all truth it makes you higher than pain killers. These things are so easy to get thats why people have turned to them. Dont know many people who use it for its intended use verse just to get high
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