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Charleston, WV

#1 Nov 27, 2010
Is there a clinic or doctor nearby? I am looking for something that will allow me to visit the Doctor once or twice per month. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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#2 Nov 27, 2010
Dr. Askue writes Suboxone and theres supposedly another one in Beckley that does the Suboxone patches.
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Bluefield, WV

#3 Nov 27, 2010
someone whose dependant on oxycontin,could they overcome the addiction with soboxone? please give your truthful opinion.and belive me,its really appreciated.thanks so much,for your honest opinion!
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Bluefield, WV

#4 Nov 27, 2010
In Nomine Satanas wrote:
Dr. Askue writes Suboxone and theres supposedly another one in Beckley that does the Suboxone patches.
do they make a patch also? I heard they were makeing the strips also,that you use under your tongue,like the pills.was wondering about the patches? Thanks!
yes

Beckley, WV

#5 Nov 27, 2010
question wrote:
someone whose dependant on oxycontin,could they overcome the addiction with soboxone? please give your truthful opinion.and belive me,its really appreciated.thanks so much,for your honest opinion!
Yes. my dad was addicted to Oxy's and he has been in the clinic for 7 weeks now :) GoodlucK!

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#6 Nov 28, 2010
what is this Dr.Askue's number please id love to get in and see him iv been on a waiting list in beckley for 6 months and they still havent called me so any help woukld be greatly appreciated please n thank u oh n they have strips but not patches.

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#7 Nov 28, 2010
a_milam wrote:
what is this Dr.Askue's number please id love to get in and see him iv been on a waiting list in beckley for 6 months and they still havent called me so any help woukld be greatly appreciated please n thank u oh n they have strips but not patches.
I'm not sure, it oughta be in the yellow pages. And hope you have good insurance because that Suboxone shit is expensive.
I did it

Bluefield, WV

#8 Nov 28, 2010
I go to a doctor in beckley and he is awsome. I have been there for 1 and half months. It doest get you high and it blocks the nerve in your brain that would allow you to get high off of oxy's. I can live everyday life and without looking for pills and being sick from withdrawls everyday. It is nothin like methodone. Any one who wants to quit try it, it works.
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Bluefield, WV

#9 Nov 28, 2010
In Nomine Satanas wrote:
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I'm not sure, it oughta be in the yellow pages. And hope you have good insurance because that Suboxone shit is expensive.
has to be a lot cheaper than oxys.guarntee that!

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#10 Nov 28, 2010
interesting wrote:
<quoted text>has to be a lot cheaper than oxys.guarntee that!
This is true. lol

Since: Aug 10

Franklin, TN

#11 Dec 2, 2010
a_milam wrote:
what is this Dr.Askue's number please id love to get in and see him iv been on a waiting list in beckley for 6 months and they still havent called me so any help woukld be greatly appreciated please n thank u oh n they have strips but not patches.
I go to Dr.Ascue he is pretty strict with the prescriptions you have to fill out papers certifying you will not get any scripts from any other doctors. And he checks up on it too cause walmart screwed up one of mine and he was right on it anyway here is his clinics website http://familycarecenter2.com/

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Franklin, TN

#12 Dec 2, 2010
Which btw im just on antidepressants I don't know about what else he gives or does.

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#13 Dec 2, 2010
I have taken Suboxone for about 3 years. It has been a miracle drug for me and my family.
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Bluefield, WV

#14 Dec 2, 2010
kellidawnd wrote:
I have taken Suboxone for about 3 years. It has been a miracle drug for me and my family.
dont you suppose to taper down,and quit after a few months of this? Or do you always take it? I thought it was a drug to get you off of drugs all together.I know some people that takes it,And I agree,its a merical drug

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#15 Dec 2, 2010
In small doses, it can be used as a maintenance drug.
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Bluefield, WV

#16 Dec 2, 2010
kellidawnd wrote:
I have taken Suboxone for about 3 years. It has been a miracle drug for me and my family.
how long was you addicted to drugs before you started the soboxion? what was you addicted to? Thanks for your help,I am just trying to figure out the soboxion,again,Thanks..

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#17 Dec 4, 2010
I started using on a regular basis when I was 16. I started smoking pot which led me to trying other drugs. The longer I used, the harder the drugs I used and more often. Around 21 & 22, I had a couple of surgeries that introduced me to opiates. At first it was darvocets, lortabs, etc. And again, the longer I used those drugs, the more I had to use and I had to have stronger drugs. I found oxycontin and as I thought things could not get any worse, they very well did. I became an IV drug user. I used oxycontin, morphine, and dilaudid. In about 2005 I started the methadone clinic. I went there for about 2 years. Finally, I was tired of the driving to the clinic, the money I spent going, and I wasn't getting the help I really wanted. I'm an addict and if you give me a drug that I can abuse (methadone), I probably will. I started seeing a doctor for suboxone in the summer of 07. I have been on it since, with wonderful results. I had been in treatment 13 times and half-heartedly attempted 12 step programs for about 12 years. I must say that if you will put effort into working a 12 step program, my opinion is this is the best way to achieve recovery. I have seen it change lives all around me. However, for me, the suboxone has helped me to become a new person. I am married and have 2 children that I am able to take care of today. I don't have to lie to people, spend my days scheming and hunting for dope, I do not steal, pawn, or take from others today. I have gained a level of self-respect that was not possible when using because of the things I had to do to continue using. When I walk into a store, I no longer feel like I have "DRUG ADDICT" written on my forehead. I am a "normal" person today that is comfortable in my own skin.
I sincerely hope that you get the help you need. It is out there and accessible for you. It's not always simple or easy, but it is possible.
wow

Princeton, WV

#18 Dec 4, 2010
pot dosent lead to a dam thing. those "studies" are a statistical fallacy used to manipulate opinions.
kellidawnd wrote:
I started using on a regular basis when I was 16. I started smoking pot which led me to trying other drugs. The longer I used, the harder the drugs I used and more often. Around 21 & 22, I had a couple of surgeries that introduced me to opiates. At first it was darvocets, lortabs, etc. And again, the longer I used those drugs, the more I had to use and I had to have stronger drugs. I found oxycontin and as I thought things could not get any worse, they very well did. I became an IV drug user. I used oxycontin, morphine, and dilaudid. In about 2005 I started the methadone clinic. I went there for about 2 years. Finally, I was tired of the driving to the clinic, the money I spent going, and I wasn't getting the help I really wanted. I'm an addict and if you give me a drug that I can abuse (methadone), I probably will. I started seeing a doctor for suboxone in the summer of 07. I have been on it since, with wonderful results. I had been in treatment 13 times and half-heartedly attempted 12 step programs for about 12 years. I must say that if you will put effort into working a 12 step program, my opinion is this is the best way to achieve recovery. I have seen it change lives all around me. However, for me, the suboxone has helped me to become a new person. I am married and have 2 children that I am able to take care of today. I don't have to lie to people, spend my days scheming and hunting for dope, I do not steal, pawn, or take from others today. I have gained a level of self-respect that was not possible when using because of the things I had to do to continue using. When I walk into a store, I no longer feel like I have "DRUG ADDICT" written on my forehead. I am a "normal" person today that is comfortable in my own skin.
I sincerely hope that you get the help you need. It is out there and accessible for you. It's not always simple or easy, but it is possible.
interesting

Bluefield, WV

#19 Dec 4, 2010
kellidawnd wrote:
I started using on a regular basis when I was 16. I started smoking pot which led me to trying other drugs. The longer I used, the harder the drugs I used and more often. Around 21 & 22, I had a couple of surgeries that introduced me to opiates. At first it was darvocets, lortabs, etc. And again, the longer I used those drugs, the more I had to use and I had to have stronger drugs. I found oxycontin and as I thought things could not get any worse, they very well did. I became an IV drug user. I used oxycontin, morphine, and dilaudid. In about 2005 I started the methadone clinic. I went there for about 2 years. Finally, I was tired of the driving to the clinic, the money I spent going, and I wasn't getting the help I really wanted. I'm an addict and if you give me a drug that I can abuse (methadone), I probably will. I started seeing a doctor for suboxone in the summer of 07. I have been on it since, with wonderful results. I had been in treatment 13 times and half-heartedly attempted 12 step programs for about 12 years. I must say that if you will put effort into working a 12 step program, my opinion is this is the best way to achieve recovery. I have seen it change lives all around me. However, for me, the suboxone has helped me to become a new person. I am married and have 2 children that I am able to take care of today. I don't have to lie to people, spend my days scheming and hunting for dope, I do not steal, pawn, or take from others today. I have gained a level of self-respect that was not possible when using because of the things I had to do to continue using. When I walk into a store, I no longer feel like I have "DRUG ADDICT" written on my forehead. I am a "normal" person today that is comfortable in my own skin.
I sincerely hope that you get the help you need. It is out there and accessible for you. It's not always simple or easy, but it is possible.
Thank you very much for your post.I agree with you about the soboxions.I have seen others turn their lives around and have became a much better person.I have always thought that the methadone clinics should be outlawed.I have saw people really abuse the methadone.they stay as flucked up on it as bad or really worse than anything I know of.But the soboxones are something that will give you your normal life back.And while being on them people will change and be able to work and hold their familys together.I just cant understand anyone not wanting to be on them,instead of haveing their lifes destroyed,and destroying their familys.Hopefully your post will turn someones life around,and get their life back together.again,Thank you so much for your post,if more people like you would tell others how they turned their life around by using the soboxins.I just dont know why some people dont like them? Thats one question,I would like to know.Do you have ant idea?Other than it dont get them as flucked up as they like to be?? I have read where people have said they couldnt afford them,but yet they can afford to go out and pay a hell of a lot more for the pain pills,and wake up every single morning of their life trying to figure the way to get their pills for that day.It just makes me feel so good to read from people like you,that really wants to get their lifes back on track.And its so sad to see the ones out here,knowing good and well, they will never change until they either go to jail,or die.its just so sad to think about.especially the ones with little children.how much the children suffer,all because of their selfish parents.and usually its the mother and the father both.I think if its just one parent using,the one that dont use,will not put up with it long,they will eventally get out of it,and I dont blame them one bit.today,it takes both parents to raise their children,and if one is on drugs,it usually wont work out.and I can very easy understand why.

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#20 Dec 4, 2010
kellidawnd wrote:
I started using on a regular basis when I was 16. I started smoking pot which led me to trying other drugs. The longer I used, the harder the drugs I used and more often. Around 21 & 22, I had a couple of surgeries that introduced me to opiates. At first it was darvocets, lortabs, etc. And again, the longer I used those drugs, the more I had to use and I had to have stronger drugs. I found oxycontin and as I thought things could not get any worse, they very well did. I became an IV drug user. I used oxycontin, morphine, and dilaudid. In about 2005 I started the methadone clinic. I went there for about 2 years. Finally, I was tired of the driving to the clinic, the money I spent going, and I wasn't getting the help I really wanted. I'm an addict and if you give me a drug that I can abuse (methadone), I probably will. I started seeing a doctor for suboxone in the summer of 07. I have been on it since, with wonderful results. I had been in treatment 13 times and half-heartedly attempted 12 step programs for about 12 years. I must say that if you will put effort into working a 12 step program, my opinion is this is the best way to achieve recovery. I have seen it change lives all around me. However, for me, the suboxone has helped me to become a new person. I am married and have 2 children that I am able to take care of today. I don't have to lie to people, spend my days scheming and hunting for dope, I do not steal, pawn, or take from others today. I have gained a level of self-respect that was not possible when using because of the things I had to do to continue using. When I walk into a store, I no longer feel like I have "DRUG ADDICT" written on my forehead. I am a "normal" person today that is comfortable in my own skin.
I sincerely hope that you get the help you need. It is out there and accessible for you. It's not always simple or easy, but it is possible.
yeah...been there, done all that!

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