Suboxone clinic
Bill

Pineville, KY

#105 Dec 22, 2009
on dec 15th 2008,my son bought several drugs and (ONE)suboxone from a dealer on west walnut,and did
not wake-up! The facts with the idiots he lived with let him lay down instead of calling 911

MY-point This drug and this clinic is a bad thing
and please dont take it with other precribtion meds
to get high.

Since: Oct 09

Winchester, KY

#106 Feb 3, 2010
Get Ur Facts straight wrote:
Suboxone is very addictive, I think its like what Methadone is to heroine addicts..that is used to help users get off heroine..now tell me if people are not hooked and selling that on the street. Suboxone may not have the same type of affect on people like methadone does...but people are hooked.
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I agree with you 100%!!!!! It is EXTREMLEY addictive & many people do sell their meds.
suboxan user

Demotte, IN

#107 Feb 3, 2010
I know many of people who do sell there meds heck thats how i first found out about them buying them off the street then i started going to the clinic $350.00 a month i have been going for a year they r addictive and u cant get off of them just like being on pain pills u get high u get addicted u have dts just like any other pill the only diference anybody can walk in and get them perscribed i was on them and i was high as a kite and i nodded out driving down the road & wrecked my car lucky i was not hurt so tell me what is the difference from pain pilss and suboxans?
MIA

Winchester, KY

#108 Feb 3, 2010
I can not believe how rude and immature some of you people are. Well, maybe I can, this is Topix. Keep your judgemental posts/comments to yourself! Everyone has their own issues & addiction sucks. I have been on Suboxone for 2 years now & my life is great. I am a great mother, full time nursing student & all & all my life is sooo much better than it used to be. When I first started taking suboxone, I didn't consider myself as "sober". I hated the fact that every day I had to take a pill just to feel normal & function. I realized that although I may be substituting one pill for another that my quality of life was so much better. Also, many times I had to remind myself of how crazy my life used to be. It's easy to forget how miserable things were. So I guess what I am trying to say is that I am for suboxone if someone has a serious problem with opiates. If you are trying to get off tabs(depending on how many you take) then I think maybe a detox or rehab may be better. PLEASE do your research before taking this medicine!!!!!!!!!! I started out @ 4 8mg a day and I am now taking barely 2mg's a day now. I hope to be done very soon. Good luck to all of you. Don't give up, there is light at the end of the tunnel. God Bless.

Since: Oct 09

Winchester, KY

#109 Feb 3, 2010
suboxan user wrote:
I know many of people who do sell there meds heck thats how i first found out about them buying them off the street then i started going to the clinic $350.00 a month i have been going for a year they r addictive and u cant get off of them just like being on pain pills u get high u get addicted u have dts just like any other pill the only diference anybody can walk in and get them perscribed i was on them and i was high as a kite and i nodded out driving down the road & wrecked my car lucky i was not hurt so tell me what is the difference from pain pilss and suboxans?
I never got high off of them, but I do know that they are hard to get off of!
suboxan user

Demotte, IN

#110 Feb 4, 2010
I was trying to be rude a was just stating ur addicted to one thing then go to a clinic just to get addicted to another they say they give u 1 year to off of them when u first go but then ur addicted to suboxan
its a lose lose situation
Oh yes they are

Danville, KY

#111 Feb 4, 2010
Know your facts wrote:
The clinic is the best thing to happen to the medical field. First off the drug is used to stop the withdraw symptoms from narcotics and other addictive drugs. It has changed the lifes of enough people that they are able to open other clinics in Kentucky, Tennesse, and Oklahoma with more to come. There is no addiction to Suboxone and one advantage of the high price is you won't want to sell it on the street like most drug addicts do. What price would you pay to turn your life around?
You are kidding! I know a person going to that clinic and is getting rich from selling 'these nonaddictive drugs' Wake up and call a drug a drug and an addict an addict[and this place is helping them make money and be a criminal].

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#112 Feb 4, 2010
single mom wrote:
<quoted text>I am also a working mother, a single mother of two. My world was tore apart when my husband and I seperated, and it was hard to to everything I needed to do in order to raise my kids. I never would have thought my life would have turned out the way it has. In the last couple of years I have had multiple surgeries, each time getting a little more addicted. After the initial pain from surgery was gone, I would find that pain pills would enable me to work, clean, cook, and still have the "get up and go" to play, read and do the fun stuff with my kids. They helped me do things that I was normally too tired to do without pain pills. Then it got to the point I found them on the street, I was ashamed, but at the same time I justified it by thinking I was being a better mom. I have been going to the clinic for a few months now and been clean since. I know there will come a time when I will be stepped down and ultimately completely done with pills. It has been a God send for me and my family. Like everything in life, there will always be people that abuse a good thing, but for the people who are just looking for a little help it is great. Don't be too quick to judge.
Please don't mistake GOD in a pill form! HE would give you the strength to handle everything in your life without a pill and with lasting results these pills aren't!

Since: Mar 10

Nicholasville, KY

#113 Mar 1, 2010
those who are so hard on addicts either were one or dont understand addiction. Most addicts are ashamed of it and have tried many times to stop and have probably made many promises along the way. Most are experiencing great sadness and hopelessness. Enter Suboxone, now the addicted person has hope of tapering off, which is the critical difference betw this and all other drugs, now this addicted person has hope and a light at the end of the tunnel. I think this is one of the ways God has provided to give this hope?

Since: Mar 10

Nicholasville, KY

#114 Mar 1, 2010
many comments have been made on this forum about how addictive suboxone is. most addicts think that if a pill is keeping them from experiencing withdrawl, they must be high or addicted to the new drug. this is not true. what they are feeling is suboxone working, it covers the places in their brain that usually are covered by their pain pill. This keeps them out of withdrawl but as most on suboxone know, they are not getting high. some do, but not many, certainly not those who are taking alot of oxy every day.
WhiteHorse

Canton, IL

#115 Mar 2, 2010
I go to the suboxone clinic and i have tried to come off them. If you ask me it is harder to come off subs than methadones and i was taking 6 to 8 a day. All it is is a money deal. U go in and fail a test and they will give u what u want. Yes they are very helpful but they are just as hard to comne off of than any narcotic or opiod. It is mainly an opiod drug. If i dont have atleast 2-3 a day then i break out in sweats, i cant get out of bed, and my sinuses are awful

Since: Nov 09

Danville, KY

#116 Mar 2, 2010
workingmom1 wrote:
Suboxone is addictive. If a person takes it they still have to be weaned off of it also. Another pill is not the answer to drug addiction.
Where is the counseling to help the person really cope with the addiction? The suboxone has a large street value and many people are selling it. Addicts on the street like it because it will quickly get rid of the withdrawel effects they are having.
Hence why the medication "Suboxone" works for addicts of opiates because the only 2 things it does is 1)Keeps them from going into withdrawal 2)Helps them to fight their cravings for opiates 3) Blocks an addicts ability to use opiates on top of suboxone and it could make them sick.

Since: Nov 09

Danville, KY

#117 Mar 2, 2010
Bill wrote:
on dec 15th 2008,my son bought several drugs and (ONE)suboxone from a dealer on west walnut,and did
not wake-up! The facts with the idiots he lived with let him lay down instead of calling 911
MY-point This drug and this clinic is a bad thing
and please dont take it with other precribtion meds
to get high.
I'm sorry that this happened to your son! My gut fellingon this is that your son took a combination of drugs that led to his overdose, and that suboxone was just one of the drugs he took as part of the whole "Cocktail".

Since: Nov 09

Danville, KY

#118 Mar 2, 2010
Why the medication "Suboxone" works for addicts of opiates because the only 3 things it does is 1)Keeps them from going into withdrawal 2)Helps them to fight their cravings for opiates 3) Blocks an addicts ability to use opiates on top of suboxone and it could make them sick.

I am the Nursing Director at Selfrefind and I invite anyone who would like to have actual, factual information regarding not only our clinic but Suboxone itself to contact me at:

info@selfrefind.com Attn: Nursing Director,

and I will gladly send you information, meet with you sometime, collaborate, educate, anything to give you enough information to make an informed opinion regarding Suboxone and Selfrefind.
tat2guy

Danville, KY

#119 Mar 6, 2010
Heck, if you need pills go 2 junction city. A guy named alexia jones always has em
needhelpbadly

Lexington, KY

#120 Mar 6, 2010
hopefinder wrote:
Why the medication "Suboxone" works for addicts of opiates because the only 3 things it does is 1)Keeps them from going into withdrawal 2)Helps them to fight their cravings for opiates 3) Blocks an addicts ability to use opiates on top of suboxone and it could make them sick.
I am the Nursing Director at Selfrefind and I invite anyone who would like to have actual, factual information regarding not only our clinic but Suboxone itself to contact me at:
info@selfrefind.com Attn: Nursing Director,
and I will gladly send you information, meet with you sometime, collaborate, educate, anything to give you enough information to make an informed opinion regarding Suboxone and Selfrefind.
i have a question for you...i was a client at Selfrefind a year or so ago, for about 3 months..i was elated to find a way out of the 'rat race' that i called a life!! unfortunately, i soon found out that i couldnt take suboxone, because they gave me horrible migraines! i have suffered from migraines for years, and definitely know the difference between a headache and a debilitation migraine....which is what suboxone did to me. I was sooo disappointed. Then, i was speaking with a friend of mine that is a physicians assistant, and she told me that there is another drug out there...almost exactly like suboxone, called subuteck (not sure thats correct) and that it does almost the same thing as suboxone does and that i might be able to take this whereas i cant take the suboxone. Is this true? Is this offered at your clinic? ANY info would be greatly appreciated!! aside from the horrible migraines, those 3 months that i was out of 'the game', are the best that i have encountered in a loooooong time.......thanks so much
knows Noe

Lexington, KY

#121 Mar 23, 2010
get it right wrote:
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When I went I was seriously dealing w/ back and neck problems. I mean he wanted to do surgery on me, but if you tell him that he will listen, as long as you're woman! If he offers you something else 1st take it, and then go back and tell him it's not working or it's too expensive.
this man is a whack and he will screw you up Dr. Woods is another whack he will see to it you get indicted if it suits him you people are dancing with 2 old devils.
friend to all

Lexington, KY

#122 Jul 3, 2010
kimberly morris wrote:
looking for a suboxton clinic close
selfrefind of bowling green 866-755-4258
friend to all

Lexington, KY

#123 Jul 3, 2010
WhiteHorse wrote:
I go to the suboxone clinic and i have tried to come off them. If you ask me it is harder to come off subs than methadones and i was taking 6 to 8 a day. All it is is a money deal. U go in and fail a test and they will give u what u want. Yes they are very helpful but they are just as hard to comne off of than any narcotic or opiod. It is mainly an opiod drug. If i dont have atleast 2-3 a day then i break out in sweats, i cant get out of bed, and my sinuses are awful
Isn't that what happens no matter what you are addicted to? Did you try to come off of them with the doctor helping you, or just on your own?
friend to all

Lexington, KY

#124 Jul 3, 2010
Bill wrote:
on dec 15th 2008,my son bought several drugs and (ONE)suboxone from a dealer on west walnut,and did
not wake-up! The facts with the idiots he lived with let him lay down instead of calling 911
MY-point This drug and this clinic is a bad thing
and please dont take it with other precribtion meds
to get high.
Yes, the doctors at the clinic would have probably told him that, they are there to help.

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