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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 4:02 pm 
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hello, ive been reading from this board for a year or 2, so i finally signed up.

ive been on and off (mostly on) suboxone for about 6 years. i feel ive become almost permanantly
in need of buprenorphine. i was put in jail 6 months ago and detoxed, and to this day i feel just as bad, with just as many
withdrawal symptoms, which as you all know, are maddening.

im trying to get medical assistance back, which is not going good, because i cant work (due to really shitty vision i cant do anything about till i have coverage) and therefore i have no money to pay out of pocket to a sub doc.

patiantly waiting, any suggestions for the maddness in the meantime?


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HI :D

theres a TON of personal experiences in the stopping suboxone, bupe in the rear view sections. A TON.
if you go there, you'll see answers like Exercise, exercise, exercise,
and vitamins. a good multi-vitamin,
a healthy diet.
and B12 for lethargy.

I dont have much experience in this department, but wanted to give you some information anyways!!

so good luck, welcome,
Im sorry your having a hard time.

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