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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:44 pm 
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I traveled a lot too and on more than one occasion I forgot to pack my subs. It's probably the worst feeling ever to be heading to a meeting and realize that you don't have your daily dose. Being chained to anything is not ideal.. but it's the lesser of the two evils and sub definitely helped me in many ways. At least I had a meeting to go to?

But still, after a while it feels like you;re carrying a weight on your shoulders and you just want to put it down. KWIM?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:46 pm 
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I got invited this last weekend to paly chess at a friends house. Since we usually play chess all night in a tournament, I had to take by sub and the box the strips come in w/ me. yep..all of them! When I am home, I keep my meds in a large gunsafe, around here people will steal your dope of about any kind in the blink of an eye,...wlll even break your door down and try and take it, but I just hope my friend Mr. Wesson are close like we usualy are !!! :evil: Forget 911, jk 45 minute wait lollllllll

I had to go to my car a couple times to dose, and yes, the waiting time for the strip, etc... I made sure it was between games and came back into their house , and was in what seemed like a worried feeling like "what if someone jimmy's my window and gets my subs...all of them?"

The state I live in you are required to carry any scheduled med in the original bottle.box, etc...

So I have to admit in addition to having to pay 200 bucks each month to see the doctor and then having to be there on time, never late, and signed a contract, "fill at same pharmacy, must be available to come to the office w/in 4 hours of beng contacted for drug count and/or drug screen, etc..."

It gets real bad here in these mountains and sometimes they don't even scrape the roads until after a storm passes. The doc is about 45 min or so one way to get there.

The looks I got at the pharmacy were worse when I got the suboxone filled, than when I was getting many various , much stronger narcotics there over the years !

Yep, it seems to run my life in ways, and it (sub) def. has a mark on my calendar too, like the doc appt, I go by that calendar a few times a day, I see it, and I am now debating wether it is all worth this or not, but I think I can do it.

Can anyone here say that is taking suboxone, say that the thought of Suboxone and other activities related to it do not cross their mind everyday?


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