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PostPosted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:19 pm 
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I am new to this forum but not new to this world. bupenorphine is a miracle that has given me my life back. i have a lot of opinions but what i have more of is experience! bupe is an exellent pain med. bupe is an exellent opiate- dependent med. it is effective and long lasting. no it is not a full agonist but it is close enough . my hope is that it remains a schedule 3 and soon becomes even more available. my prayer is that people don't abuse it thereby giving the dea the reason to change the schedule status and therfore making it immpossible to get. LIKE THEY EVENTUALLY DO TO ALL EFFECTIVE MEDS!!!!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:29 pm 
Welcome khoff!! I was just curious, how can someone abuse suboxone? It does nothing for you buzz wise. All it does is relieve physical withdrawal and some cravings.



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Hi Khoff and welcome. Maybe what you're referring to are people who are on suboxone legitimately but only use it in between getting high? If so, then yes, I agree that those people put our medical treatment at risk.

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