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 Post subject: hello im on suboxone
PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:24 am 
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hellow im johnboy im on 12 mgrs subs a day for 11 months now was doing ok until i got sick and depressed from another med and my doc thinks maby it is or somthing else than the med so i dont no maby its the cieling efect of the subs so i took 20 mgrs of subs it doesent seem to be working that well so i dont know im 52 years old and go to na and aa any body please talk im not that good at this thanks


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Hello johnboy and welcome,

I'm not sure what it is that you're asking, but depending on what it was and how you were feeling, upping your dose likely wouldn't do anything for you. The only difference would be if you are taking it for chronic pain or if it wasn't addressing your cravings. Maybe you could give us some additional information and we could help out a bit more.

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well it was abilify that im still going throug dysphoria 7 months after my doc stoped it he doesent care or seem to beleive so do you think that maby the suboxone is delaying the after efects of the abilify thanks this is hard for me to tyep in here


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I'm on abilify, too and it's never interacted poorly with my suboxone. Also, abilify shows relief of depressive symptoms quite quickly - as early as two weeks. It's one of the quicker mood stabilizers. I see you just sent me a PM, so I'll go check that out.

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