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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 2:01 am 
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Greetings all! I was wondering if anyone has any experience with long term body pain after quitting suboxone treatment. I've been off Bupe for about 3 months now and everyday my body, specifically the back of my thighs, back and neck are very sore. So much so that its starting to seem like an autoimmune disease. I would have thought the hyperalisa would have died down by now, but everyday is a struggle getting out of bed when I painfully feel like 1000lbs. Any help or suggestions would be welcome.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:46 am 
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I would definately get seen by a doctor. Perhaps subs masked an underlying issue that is now showing itself. I had issues with stiffness and back/hip pain when I was on subs but at almost 2 months sub free my body feels fantastic. I also started working out when I jumped and that has made a huge impact on how I feel physically. My husband isa huge body building fanatic and I have been pumping iron with him going on a month now and can feel a huge difference in energy and stamina!


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:17 am 
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It doesnt sound like sub wd to me. Maybe your sick?? I could imagine that those symptoms would be around for the first two weeks but not three months. What other symptoms do you have??? Swollen neck?? Are your lymph nodes swollen?? They run under your chin, down the right side of your neck, under the armpits and around the groin. If you have swollen lymph nodes with night sweats, or a metallic taste in your mouth you should go see a doctor, without hesitation.


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