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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:25 pm 
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My husband have been taking suboxone for about 3 years. Started with 2 8mg strips now he is prescribed 3 but has told me some times 4. Our sex life suck maybe sex every 2 weeks and he last about a minute.. but I have suspicions about infidelity .. someone help me understand


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 Post subject: Re: Help
PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:37 am 
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Welcome to the forum, CP!

I'm sorry for the circumstances you find yourself in. It is not atypical to have problems with your sex life if you have been taking opiate based medication. Opiates tend to cause lowT in men, which lowers their libido. I don't remember hearing problems about men finishing too quickly while on opiates though.

I don't know what to say about the possibility that your husband is being unfaithful. I tend to think that partners have pretty good intuition. If I were in your situation I might follow my spouse around to see if he's doing anything unusual.

Good luck, and please feel free to ask us more questions any time.

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 Post subject: Re: Help
PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 1:11 am 
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Lol, Amy I thought she was asking about him taking the medication indefinitely


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That is actually how it reads, Bama, but given the context I think she meant infidelity. I hope she will come along and clarify this.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:51 am 
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I absolutely think that if ur intuition is going off then something could possibly be up. When I was married to my exhusband, I had major uneasy feelings that he was cheating. I was pregnant with our daughter, so I thought I was possibly just being hormonal. I wasn't, he turned out to be the biggest cheater ever. He is a police officer and he was cheating every day with anyone who'd cheat with him lol. I had other police officers come to me in private to tell me things he'd done (I worked with them too so they didn't like seeing a pregnant wife being done that way). Ok I'm rambling but this just took me bk to those days. I just remember knowing something was wrong, I felt it in my heart that something wasn't right. Even now, if I feel like I'm being lied to, I get this feeling like.....something feels out of place. Intuition is very powerful.

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Sorry stupid phone and auto correct. When we first met our sex life was semi normal.. Then he started using more at one point it was like 300-400 a day in pills. In the last year sex life sucks... like I said he went from 2 strips a day to now 3 to 4.. his rx is only for 3 a day so of course he runs out before next appointment


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Bamagurl22- it was autocorrect on my phone I wasn't paying attention and it put indefinitely instead of infidelity lol..


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And they are called a "smart phone". :lol:

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