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Could you feel your Sub dose?
Yes 52%  52%  [ 16 ]
No 13%  13%  [ 4 ]
Sometimes 35%  35%  [ 11 ]
Total votes : 31
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 Post subject: bupe as analgesic
PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:13 pm 
Hatmaker- For me Buprenorphine is as effective as low-dose Morphine in treating my pain. The only difference is that when I begin taking low dose Morphine it quickly snowballs and almost from the beginning I am abusing the RX and I don't stay at 'low dose' for long. I have found that Buprenorphine is a very good analgesic in that it treats pain to a degree (like you said, makes life tolerable) but doesn't do so by producing extreme euphoria. For me, it is that extreme euphoria that doesn't allow me to function and keeps my mind on the next-dose 24/7. So, long story short is that I cannot function when my pain is completely untreated and I cannot function for long when my pain is treated with full agonist drugs; Buprenorphine seems to be the comfortable medium and so is the only way for me to go for chronic pain management. I've really gotta get going on my intro for you guys, hope to have it posted by the end of the weekend.

-Travis


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:48 pm 
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I voted that I "feel" my dose, but I'm hard pressed to describe what that feeling is. When I'm feeling pretty good I take my dose it seems to make me a little foggy & irritable. But if I'm not feeling well or I'm anxious my Sub makes me feel better.


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I just wanted to thank everyone for voting in this poll and clarifying your reason for your answer. It is very interesting to read how sub affects us all.


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Only been on sub for 2 days.....oh yea, I feel high for a few min. after taking. It tapers off soon

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 Post subject: 18th dayon subs
PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:59 am 
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I would have to say all post make a point to me. Like alot of you say Normal I have really forgotten Normal and will never be normal again :x . Due to a car accident, I have screws plates through out my body.

When I first started I felt a rush of entergy. Now it does feel almost normal as normal as I think I will get. I am not the person I was on pain meds I'm alot more relaxed and I love this medicine. :wink:

I do still have lots of pain depending on my day Take advil and try to suck it up, those moments I ask myself what in the Hell did I do getting off my meds. But when I think about it I was in pain with my meds No matter how much I would take 2 hours later I was looking for more so that being said. I"M Very Grateful for this medicine and I like where I'm at and I will just have to be satified with my life because It was alot worst.

I'm so Happy that I'm not taking bill money to satifiy my greedy addition, I feel at peace with my decision. I will be on subs for life I would guess and I'm happy that there is somthing that I can take

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