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Family Values

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KY MAN wrote:
<quoted text>I think it is just a trade for one addiction for another. Does this drug get a person high?......I know a person that has been on this drug for over a year and his dr. is still giveing it to him. I just feel enough is enough. It dont take over a year to wing a perdon off a pain killer. I feel all this addictions are in most of the peoples minds.
You represent 7% of the population that is utterly ignorant, and the fact that you run your mouth, puts you in the top 2%. How do you feel, asshole?
You finally hit the big time

Now get put there and do some life coaching. We all want to end up like you.
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Family Values wrote:
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You represent 7% of the population that is utterly ignorant, and the fact that you run your mouth, puts you in the top 2%. How do you feel, asshole?
You finally hit the big time
Now get put there and do some life coaching. We all want to end up like you.
From what I've learned addiction is a mental condition. No one wants to be a drug addict. Most people get addicted by all sorts of reasons, the one I've seen the most is Doctors over writing to their patients.
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KY MAN wrote:
<quoted text>I think it is just a trade for one addiction for another. Does this drug get a person high?......I know a person that has been on this drug for over a year and his dr. is still giveing it to him. I just feel enough is enough. It dont take over a year to wing a perdon off a pain killer. I feel all this addictions are in most of the peoples minds.
Addiction is a disease and but for the grace of God you might be in one of these individuals shoes. It is not just a matter of willpower. educated yourself my friend.
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I don't wish addiction on anybody
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So True wrote:
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From what I've learned addiction is a mental condition. No one wants to be a drug addict. Most people get addicted by all sorts of reasons, the one I've seen the most is Doctors over writing to their patients.
You are 100% percent right.No one to BLAME except THE DOCTORS and GOVERNMENT.They have took our Kids and our Familys,and dont care one bit for doing it.Very painful for familys to go through,even the addicts.NO they dont want to live that way,but certain people and the Doctors will give them NO help,but make it worse and put them through even more hell.TRY GIVING A HELPING HAND.Promise it will not Hurt you.
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Jul 8, 2012
 
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<quoted text>You are 100% percent right.No one to BLAME except THE DOCTORS and GOVERNMENT.They have took our Kids and our Familys,and dont care one bit for doing it.Very painful for familys to go through,even the addicts.NO they dont want to live that way,but certain people and the Doctors will give them NO help,but make it worse and put them through even more hell.TRY GIVING A HELPING HAND.Promise it will not Hurt you.
That's why I posted I wouldn't wish being an addict on no one, because I'm a recovering addict 5+ years now. I got addicted after a car accident. I needed them, but they didn't really take away all the pain, so the Dr. started writing stronger pills to take in between, that went on until they was prescribing me a total of 6 narcotics. After that I needed more and more pain meds, so I was getting the rest off the streets. It was a day to day battle looking for the extra pain pills I thought I needed. I didn't need them for pain anymore, I needed them to just to feel normal. That went on 4 years, then Suboxone came out, from the time I took my first one, I have not never taken another pain pill, unless it's been tylenol. I had a friend that was an addict herself, but she couldn't afford the start up fee. That's when I offered a helping hand to pay for her start up fee,"I could afford it then, because I wasn't using all my money to pay the drug dealers or the Pharmacy and Dr.'s." I told her the best way to pay me back was when she got back on her feet, all she had to do was help someone else, and she did.
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Ulysses, KY

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Jul 20, 2012
 
mercer wrote:
How long has SUBOXONE been used to treat opioid dependence?
Buprenorphine has been available as SUBOXONE in the United States since 2003. In Europe, buprenorphine was introduced during the mid-90s. Today, more than 400,000 opioid-dependent patients worldwide have been treated with buprenorphine.
Suboxone contains a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opioid medication. Buprenorphine is similar to other opioids such as morphine, codeine, and heroin however, it produces less euphoric ("high") effects and therefore may be easier to stop taking.
Naloxone blocks the effects of opioids such as morphine, codeine, and heroin. If Suboxone is injected, naloxone will block the effects of buprenorphine and lead to withdrawal symptoms in a person with an opioid addiction. When administered under the tongue as directed, naloxone will not affect the actions of buprenorphine.
Suboxone is used to treat opiate addiction.
Well let me tell ya.. Yall say can't shot boxes well yes ya can I seen it and they were high as hell never seen someone like that who only took it under tounge. I thought they would flop over dead when they did it but nope laughed and said dumb asses made the film so you can do this well not really it's better and waste less.. So there's that truth and yes suboxone is great if given properly but most drs. bow to the mighty dollar and not the hipocratric oath......IF YOU CAN'T DO REHAB THEN YEAH TRY IT BUT NO MORE THAN TWO MONTHS...AFTER THAT YOUR SCREWED AND DON'T LET EM GIVE YOU MORE THAN A HALF A STRIP AT THAT....
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Ulysses, KY

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Jul 20, 2012
 
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Can anyone tell me where a suboxone clinic is located at that is close to the Louisa/Fort Gay area and accepts a WV medical card.
Go to suboxone.com or heretohelp.com and they have phys. locators by zip codes..Doesn't mean they take cards good luck with that no one does that when they can charge you 300.00 a month a min and know if you really want help you'll pay it...but that's why suboxone is on the streets people sell it to pay for there apts and not to mention 8 dollars a strip at the pharmacy...Good Luck..

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Sep 1, 2012
 
Wow, everyone seems to have the exact answer. Yes doctors and drug companies are getting rich, BUT if your on it, and you're ok with paying the high cost, you must need it to live a normal life. Some people need a month, some people need years or even the rest of their life. The truth is, yes it might be a substitute for the latter, but people who are using it and buying it legitimately, are striving to be good people and live normal lives. It's each individual's business. I know my doctor makes a shit ton of money off of me, but i don't care because i get to live a normal life. The money is well worth having my life back. To each their own. The people on this forum claiming all addicts are crying and whining about this and that, you are a total genius and I dare you to do something. Just for the sake of argument, eat painkillers for a month, then get back the us how your doing. most people who start out are normal people in pain, and most of the time you don't even realize you've grown addicted. You have no idea the tricks your mind will play on you. It will blow your worthless little fucking mind. I know this because I WAS YOU AT ONE POINT. Your NOT an exception to the rule, and there's still time for you to fuck up and finally understand where these people are coming from. i don't wish it on anybody, but to screen name "SERIOUSLY" i wish to god that you get a taste of addiction to shut your bitch mouth up.

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Sep 1, 2012
 
Oh my bad, you can't even spell seriously right, "serously" a tard
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Sep 2, 2012
 
helipiro wrote:
Wow, everyone seems to have the exact answer. Yes doctors and drug companies are getting rich, BUT if your on it, and you're ok with paying the high cost, you must need it to live a normal life. Some people need a month, some people need years or even the rest of their life. The truth is, yes it might be a substitute for the latter, but people who are using it and buying it legitimately, are striving to be good people and live normal lives. It's each individual's business. I know my doctor makes a shit ton of money off of me, but i don't care because i get to live a normal life. The money is well worth having my life back. To each their own. The people on this forum claiming all addicts are crying and whining about this and that, you are a total genius and I dare you to do something. Just for the sake of argument, eat painkillers for a month, then get back the us how your doing. most people who start out are normal people in pain, and most of the time you don't even realize you've grown addicted. You have no idea the tricks your mind will play on you. It will blow your worthless little fucking mind. I know this because I WAS YOU AT ONE POINT. Your NOT an exception to the rule, and there's still time for you to fuck up and finally understand where these people are coming from. i don't wish it on anybody, but to screen name "SERIOUSLY" i wish to god that you get a taste of addiction to shut your bitch mouth up.
I agree with everything you say. I'm a recovering addict, like you said, that's how I got addicted was prescription pain pills. Suboxone has saved my life, if it wasn't for the drug I would have been dead or in prison.

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It astounds me how ignorant people are. People like us vouching it saved out lives and helped us give back to society, and they just call hurtful names and put down. They obviously have no place here other than treating it like the playground in third grade. Their brainwashed like the majority of society into calling all addicts bad guys. Makes me sick to my stomach
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#105
Sep 20, 2012
 
Get rid of it all!Just another drug,get real people.

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Sep 22, 2012
 
think wrote:
Get rid of it all!Just another drug,get real people.
Who asked you?

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Get rid of it all, how bout get rid of you. Pharmaceutical companies might actually get rid of you if you actually had any say in in the matter. Luckily you don't matter, they sell them and we buy them. Your an absolute nothing in the matter. Supply and demand is a beautiful thing, have fun being another nobody on the sidelines trying to get in between people and their will to live.
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Jan 8, 2013
 
KY MAN wrote:
<quoted text>I think it is just a trade for one addiction for another. Does this drug get a person high?......I know a person that has been on this drug for over a year and his dr. is still giveing it to him. I just feel enough is enough. It dont take over a year to wing a perdon off a pain killer. I feel all this addictions are in most of the peoples minds.
U r an imbocile, down your homework cuz u don't know the facts
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Jan 8, 2013
 
Here it is wrote:
Yeah it's a great program if you just want to wean yourself off of pills. Not something I would recommend anyone use for a long period of time. They say you should maintain for a year, but that's crazy. I was on Suboxone for about 4 months and when I came off of it I had withdrawls. Not as bad as the withdrawls I was having with the pain killers but still uncomfortable. They say it's better than methadone, which I guess it is in it's own way. But any kind of "replacement" drug is sketchy. I know people who have used it just to get over the first week or so of withdrawls and then they just stop all together and do it cold turkey from there on. Much better idea, and the worst of the withdrawl is over.
I agree with what this dude said
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Feb 12, 2013
 
Not every case is soo simple. There are tons of factors that play into why a person gets adicted and needs suboxone therapy. Before you cast down judgements you better think twice. You are adicted to some substance right now as you reading this. Any habbit you have including food/drink pills, smoke all are chemical dependencies that stem from mu receptors in your brain. Every person has them and the potential to be adicted to any substance. If you think your immune to this your just purely ignorant and unexperienced. Some day your going to be injured in accident or need surgery and then come talk to us about pain killer dependency. The older you get the likely you are to develope a chemical dependancy. Alot of people think it cant happen to me I'm strong, your dead wrong. Others live in denial and take all sorts of chemicals. Most people stub their little toe and run to the hospital then ten months of therapy and meds for everything.
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Feb 15, 2013
 
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U r an imbocile, down your homework cuz u don't know the facts
The REAL fact is, less than 10% actually wean themselves off. In the end it is pretty much just a legal fix for most!
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Suboxone is great if you're into kidding yourself into thinking you are "drug free". I have a family member addicted to suboxone and it has done him more harm than the pills he was hoping to get off of! He'll walk through the lion infested African jungle with a pork chop tied around his neck if he thought a suboxone pill was waiting for him on the other side. The only ones benefiting from suboxone are the unethical drug companies who manufacture it and the quota meeting doctors who prescribe it. They're both making a killing off this drug, and all the addict gets is a switchover to another addiction. It's like trying to put out a fire with a flamethrower.....it just makes no sense.

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