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 Post subject: Muscle soreness
PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:50 am 
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I am having muscle ackes all over the upper part of my body. Mid back to upper back to my neck even my chest.
Anyone else.

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Hi grb,
Sorry you're feeling poorly. Could it be that you're coming down with a cold or the flu? Or are you saying you think it's related to the suboxone? More information would be helpful, if you're willing.

I hope you get to feeling better.

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I think the soreness and stiffiness were related to the suboxone. Over the weekend a lot of the side effects subsided. My constapation cleared up, and I'm finally able to sleep a solid 7 or 8 hours, thank god.
I went to my Dr appointment today and he increased my dosage to 12 mg's instead of 8. I was feeling lousy towards the evening like it was wearing off and had some mild cravings. The stabilization period is designed for finding what dose I am the most comfortable with. With the increase I am hopeing the poor feelings I have will subside. I will see what happens later and write more.

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