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PostPosted: Thu Jul 16, 2009 2:55 am 
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I remember the first time I tried to get off suboxone (unsuccessfully) my main 2 symptoms were depression and loss of energy. The depression was the worse part of it. I am not a huge fan of anti depressants because of some of the nasty side effects but I used to be on them and they did sort of help with my depression. I wonder if they would help with the w/d's at all also? Has anyone tried that or know anything about it?


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Often doctors will prescribe ADs to newly detoxed opiate addicts. Sometimes they help, sometimes not. Bear in mind that many opiate addicts either consciously or sub-consciously self-medicated with opiates to compensate for other, often undiagnosed, neurochemical issues.


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