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PostPosted: Mon May 06, 2013 11:36 pm 
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I gues I'm just hearing and reading very differant literature than you are.....your off sub?? That's cool how long have u been off and how long were u on it? How long did it take u to feel better?


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A lot of what the OP is talking about has to do with the fact that he got {slight} euphoric feeling from the get go. There are two different scenarios that happen when someone induces on suboxone. One of them is that the suboxone itself is stronger that whatever the person was taking previously. If that's the case, it's going to give the person a buzz. When the tolerance builds up and the buzz goes away, that's not going to be very pleasant.

Then there is the other scenario. You induce on sub and feel like shit. You have no energy, you feel like you're in w/ds and are cursing why you are even taking suboxone to begin with. Over time it builds up and you start feeling "normal" again.. You get enough energy back to where you can function.. but no buzz. This is what I experienced.

Anyway, I know y'all are now talking about something else now, but I think how you induce on suboxone, from the start, plays a role in how you adjust to it and your mental expectations.


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