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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:28 pm 
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Hello All!

This is my first post. I was wandering if anyone could direct me to a Suboxone Doctor/Clinic that allows monthly, or bi-monthly visits. If so, give me as much information as possible including price. I work full-time and have found it quite difficult to locate anyone that allows monthly visits and that does not bog you down with stringent requirements. I would even be willing to travel to Kentucky or Northern VA. Thank You!


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If you are talking about finding a doc who gives you monthly visits right from the start unfortunately none of them will do that. During induction you have to come in at least once a week for a couple weeks before they allow you to go to one month visits. They want to be able to charge those ridiculous doctor visit prices which is why they do it. They say the do it to monitor how you are doing but in my case that was BS. My doc moved me to once a month very quickly tho so I was happy about that, I think it was only 2 maybe 3 weeks before he let me come in monthly.


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hey happy thanksgiving yes, I happen to know a doctor im in the huntington area of WV his name is doctor houdersheldt and the phone # is 3047576990 he is accepting new patients and the 1st appt is $180 and every appt after is $94 the 1st time u go he'll ask to see u 10 days after the 1st appt then 2 weeks after the 2nd appt then after that its monthly
hes a great doctor and hell give u what u need without any bs he doesnt require therapy or meetings either he recommends them but u dont have to go because he says "therapy costs extra money on top of paying $8 a pill for subox" good luck Byron


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If you don't get the answers you're looking for here,you can try going to the NAABT website.They have a lot of good info.Good Luck! naabt.org


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