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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:58 pm 
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IN SEARCH OF ADVICE, SUPPORT, ENCOURAGMENT ,OPINIONS,NEW FRIENDS
Im hoping to come to this forum and get some support and encouragement and meet some friends, SO I don’t have to tackle this beast alone !!!! I was in another forum that had given some great advice ,but im really looking for some support and some one to talk to as well!
Hello, I will be 25 on 11/16, I have an amazing boyfriend and 2 1/2 year old daughter. I am lucky enough to be able to stay home with my daughter while my boyfriend is the works, so I am a stay at home mom.
I have used opiates since I was 18, so about 7 years. I have been dependent on opiates for about 2 ½ years .
I started using them socially, recreationally and partying with friends, after a bad break up with a boyfriend. It was the only was I could mask the pain that I was going through.
After about 4 years of that I got involved with the wrong crowd and starting using heroin which led to me shooting up for about 6 months. I realized I was pregnant with my daughter so I was able to stop cold turkey, I also don’t think that was I “dependant” to them yet. I became dependant after I had my daughter, I had a C-section and had gotten a script. And when that ran out kept getting more when ever I could .
Last march my habit had gotten out of control, 20+ hydro- 10-325’s a day. And I realized that something had to change I was introduced to suboxone and it help, until I could not get it ,so I used opiates when I couldn’t.
I started on my own program June 22,2013 I did great with not craving or having any w/d.s . She started me on 1/2 of an 8mg/2mg suboxone.. I suffer from GAD,PTSD and major depression and my doctors cures for that was suboxone. She said she was a conservative and didn’t believe in meds to fix people or their problems. So each time I came to see her she gave me a little more each time.
After 3 months I was prescribed to take 2 films a day and only took 1 to 1 1/2/ at the most a day. Which I didn’t realize at the time ,was way too much for what my habit was.,
I was discharged form the program in September of last year. My doc said that I needed inpatient for up to a year to help my mental issues and my addiction that I have. That wasn’t an option for me , at the time my daughter was 1 /12 , I have a family. She prescribed me ½ for 30 days to wean down
That didn’t help, since i was prescribed such a high dose and taking 1 /12 8mg/2mg suboxone films my body had gotten tolerant to opiate. So again I bought them when I could and messed around with opiates if i couldn’t.
This past summer after being horribly sick twice, I had realized that again I needed to make a change. I was up to a higher habit and needed to take more just so I wasn’t sick. It took about 10+ hydros so I wasn’t sick.
I had always thought in the beginning that if I had got sick I could eat 2 and feel fine, not the case.
So I was buying suboxone with the only intent to take the sub no opiates, I would take 1/3 a day sometime 2/3’s but I couldn’t take n e more or I would run out.. I did ok until setpemeber it just wasn’t enough, I still didn’t feel 100%.At the end of October I got the call that my suboxone connection was being weined off himself and could no longer give me any.
Thurs,11/7 was my first apt. with a new doc., she is a lot better, she like the other prescribed me way too much 2, 8mg/2mg strips. I have been taking ½ twice a day, and just now starting to feel better. I haven’t been able to get a stable dose since. And I think just like the opiate use , since I was taking more sub my tolerance went up from it.
i am not knocking suboxone in any way but a lot of docs don’t know how to prescribe them, my friend that was giving them to me was first prescribed 3,8mg films a day, For only a really bad opiate addiction!!!. I don’t think doctors realize how strong this drug really is, and that less is the key with this drug. Since opiate users are always used to more is better when using they don’t realize this. My intent was to start the program and stabilize at the right dose and start tapering immediately. But since my body has grown so tolerant to it I cant.
I have been on other forums where they try to tell me im not tolerant and that 1 8mg strip is way more than enough to stabilize but that isn’t the case when people are started on such a high dose of this medication. Both of the doctors told me that the sub will help with my depression. And this new doc said she would prescribe me something for my mental health issues only after I have been taking it and nothing seemed to get better.
I’m still very depressed and hoping that she will give me my antidepressant, she said that I couldn’t take my klonipin anymore bc they are a lot of dangers with it, which is understandable but I disagree. I believe that if u r abusing them then yes, but I have never abused my anxiety meds, I cant . I need them so they don’t get me “high”. People like us should deff be on an anti depressant and some sort of anxiety as needed med, even if its not a controlled substance like, xanax, klonopin, volume, ativian, My first doc had me on a very low dose of klonopin and I don’t know if I should ask my doc when I go back this week. I deff need something to make me feel better during the day and to sleep. SUboxone keeps me up all night. No matter what time I seem to take it ,it still keeps me up, I even tried waking up early ,taking it and going back to sleep so it was in my system earlier.
Sorry so long but thank u to everyone that stuck around to read! Any one that is currently taking suboxne and plans to possibly taper in the future , please comment with ur story. Any advice welcome!
Nice to meet all of u ,and look forward to getting no everyone who uses this forum frequently


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:31 am 
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Hi and Welcome to the forum! I don't have any advice but I was wondering if you are still taking a benzo? You probably know you have to wean those very slowly if you have taken them daily for a while. Could that be why you are depressed?

I went on sub for both addiction and pain management and have been doing ok. I believe it has helped my depression. Some doctors want to see how you do on just one medication for a bit.

Hang in there and just stay with the sub for a while until you level out. I can only say it was the best decision I made.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:44 pm 
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Hi Sub4newlife and welcome to the forum!

Just by posting and reading you will make plenty of friends here who will support you in whatever way possible. That includes me.

What dose of Sub do you feel best on? With your record it seems like one 8 mg strip would work. If not, maybe two, only because of the depression. The best result is what you said. Less is more with this drug. Ask for an anti-depressant and see which one works best for you. I am on Effexor and it works great. I take that plus 6 mg's of Sub daily. It used to be 1-2 mg's a day but I got cancer and now pain is in my life, ergo;the 6 mg's split up during the day. We were both taking about the same amount of hydro before going onto Sub.

Asking for a benzo is tricky. Most doctors won't do it because they have been warned about the dangers of mixing the two. It really isn't a problem unless the benzo is abused. Just be truthful and tell the doctor what you told us. I would suggest something different to help with sleep though. It's not wise to depend on a benzo to help with sleep. Maybe Lunesta would be a wiser choice. Ambien comes in second because it causes weird behavior in some patients. (my sister in law took it and walked outside naked for ½ hour) She uses Lunesta now even though it leaves a weird taste in the mouth.

You also hit the nail on the head with the statement of doctors not knowing the facts of Suboxone. We are much more educated here about it and also have our own doctor who runs this forum. See the Talk Zone up top for some great videos.

Once again, Welcome here, and I hope you get the support you need from us.

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Newlife,

Hi, I am Tammy... Looks like you have read my post too :D
I am glad that you have joined this forum again looking for support. I know about the depression side of this all to well, hell I had depression problems way before the opiate addiction, which I think has a lot to do with a lot of us seeking long term use of opiates.
I stop taking my anti-depressant due to mixing it with suboxone really made me feel yucky! I do take ambien at night to sleep, but been taking that for a number of years anyway. Like Rule said it can do make people do some crazy shit, it did me too if I fought it and finally learned that when I take it I need to GO TO BED lol. One time I made hot coco out of chocolate pudding, chocolate cake and 4 packs of swiss coco mix! After my daughter found me doing weird crap like this a few times I put my foot down to myself and waited until I was ready to lay down and go to sleep.

Anyway.... I really feel your pain sweetheart, I was scared to death when I first started taking it and I am still scared sometimes. I still have some bad days but they are getting better and better with each day that passes. I still go back to some of my first post (Rock Bottom, please someone talk to me...) and read how desperate I was to get off of Oxycotin. That is why I have not started another thread, I leave it just like it is in hopes to inspire others to seek help, plus it is a place for me to go back too and track my progress.
There is no quick trick or cure for opiate addiction but suboxone has put me back on a path to where I can a least function without the racing thoughts of where and when I was going to get my next fix. I see and addiction specialist for my suboxone and he does not recommend xananx or klop, but he also said that that would be something that I needed to talk to my PCP about it I really felt I needed it. He just warned me that my insurance may stop paying for anything all together if they seen I was mixing the two. He is very proud of me and the changes I have made in my life, the main thing being that I changed my environment and set ground rules for myself. I also got into AA and found a sponser, this has been a really really big help too. It takes support from your friends and family to stay clean. I defiantly found out who my friends where...
Just a suggestion, maybe go to a AA meeting or a crisis support group and talk about it, I know talking about it and being honest with myself really helped too. If anything come here daily, hourly or anytime you have second thoughts about it.
You sound very smart and you have taken one of the most important steps, admitting you have a problem and seeking help. It is going to take some time to heal physically and mentally, I know I still have my moments but I just come back here and read about the hell I was in before suboxone and that alone helps. There are a lot of wonderful people on here I think for cheering me on or I wouldn't be where I am right now...
Hang out with us here when you need a little boost and you will find a lot of comfort. If you have any question, please ask... Myself I have bared all and open up even though I was ashamed, but there was always someone here that never judged me... :)

Hope this helps and hope you keep coming back, we will be thinking about you.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:02 am 
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Wow,thanks for the replys,sorry I haven’t been on been having comp issues.so don’t mind the misspelling
I was also on drugs.com but really didn’t get n e thing from that.seems like they just want to help u get off then really be of any support or have some one to talk to..
I am not taking the benzo as prescribed but do take it week or so I see my doc so its not in my system.i have been on them for years on and off,I never got addicted to them or got high fromthem like every one else does. My doc says she is scared to prescribe me what I was taking bc “people crush them and shoot them up with the suboxone”.my response. I have no ides how to “crush” suboxone it inject it or whatever. She prescribed me my lamictical which I have to get from the phrarmacy suppose to take 100mg but she wants me to slowly get to 50mg in a month, then will prescribe propranol,blod pressure med,I think its like clondidine. My doc had only read the negative affects of the two combined so idk, ive been taking I 8mg a day I feel best lately at taking it once a day I was taking it 2 but it seems that once a day has been best. I also bought a sleep med otc, to help me sleep..
Does n e one else have issues with sleep? My bf does a little if he take its too late but me it doesn’t matter .if I take it I don’t get much sleep.
Before she will prescribe a sleep med she wants to do one at a time which I understand ,but I have been on all of them together in the past. All these sub docs think that sub is a cure all thing. My last doc thought the same she upped my dose every time I saw her.
Im sorry tammy but ive read so many forums I have to go back and read urs ..
Im nervous with the aa or nab c I alwas feel so upset with counseling besides my current doc theres only been one other doc I was able to confide in with out leaving so pist off
Ur right u deff find out who ur real friends are ..i have 3 friends my boyfriend,my mom, and my 2 ½ year old.which im sure adds greatly to my depression.
Ive always battled with it but I think now its worse than it has ever gotten. It’s a chore to leave my house I don’t want or feel up to do anything besides stay home and clean my house when im up to that,and it makes me feel bad bc im not a lazy person at all.im slowly getting that back to where I am cleaning almost close to like I used to but I don’t like going out and that was never me. My mom has always called me a social butterfly.now I go out when I have to, grocery shopping and bank, sub appt
I think it really affects my realationship with my bf,which is not good bc if u refer to my friends list that’s only ½ of the friends that can actually understand whats going on and I can talk to.
He is going thru the same,addicted but is taking suboxone with me we are doin this together its awesome to have that support but was horrible bc we would say well its only one pill well be ok. But so far so good. In the past he has always done better than me with it I think anyway unless with me its more noticeable idk. I feel like im babbling
I like coming here I feel like I am in my own addict,suboxone world, where people understand me and have been where I have been. I wish I never started but cant go back now. What scares me is reading that no matter how much u taper u will have and can have ods up to 40 days or longer monthes ever. That scares me ..especially if my doc starts too soon with e.
I told her my plan was to get stabled and taper and she said u kno there are people that r lucky enough to taper but a lot are on this drug for life, that gave me some comfoft that she wouldn’t just taper me off too soon too fast. She is nice even tho ive only had 2 visits I am more comfortable and can talk to her better than the last.
Thank u for replying back it means a lot, I was about to give up on the whole online forum with what happened on the drugs site. I havenet even been back to see if any one wrote anything,like I said I wasn’t getting anywhere they were just trying to taper people off
Thank u soo much for all the support im new to this forum thing so if I don’t notice something in another one u might have to make one just for me,or a thread whatever they are ..
U defff find out who ur friends are. When u stop using and hit rock bottom. I look forward to getting to kno all of u and this journey with all of us one day at a time right? What r ur stories? How much are u taking and what r ur plans on how long? When did u start using, and then start taking sub?


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tam,
i just read some of ur first posts, to remember, did u stay with the bf what happend im in suspense. my bf drinks s wel. iwould call him a functional alchohlic he drinks everyday after work but doesnt get drunk or out of hand, and is supportive. it was both of us that decided we needed to do it, i made the appt bc he doesnt have ins, the only problem when one wanted to do a pill or just a couple it was a wrap. i think we have been ok and better bc nothing was getting us high like it used to we were only not getting sick and being able to function. taking 40 hydrocodones and just about getting high so i think that was a big part in it as well. anyways im defff interested of noing on how it all panned out my comp is all messed up if i could read the rest i would


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Hi Sub4newlife and welcome to the forum!

Just by posting and reading you will make plenty of friends here who will support you in whatever way possible. That includes me.

What dose of Sub do you feel best on? With your record it seems like one 8 mg strip would work. If not, maybe two, only because of the depression. The best result is what you said. Less is more with this drug. Ask for an anti-depressant and see which one works best for you. I am on Effexor and it works great. I take that plus 6 mg's of Sub daily. It used to be 1-2 mg's a day but I got cancer and now pain is in my life, ergo;the 6 mg's split up during the day. We were both taking about the same amount of hydro before going onto Sub.

Asking for a benzo is tricky. Most doctors won't do it because they have been warned about the dangers of mixing the two. It really isn't a problem unless the benzo is abused. Just be truthful and tell the doctor what you told us. I would suggest something different to help with sleep though. It's not wise to depend on a benzo to help with sleep. Maybe Lunesta would be a wiser choice. Ambien comes in second because it causes weird behavior in some patients. (my sister in law took it and walked outside naked for ½ hour) She uses Lunesta now even though it leaves a weird taste in the mouth.

You also hit the nail on the head with the statement of doctors not knowing the facts of Suboxone. We are much more educated here about it and also have our own doctor who runs this forum. See the Talk Zone up top for some great videos.

Once again, Welcome here, and I hope you get the support you need from us.

rule

I think I feel best at 1 1/2 honestly, and I feel like that is too much because of what everyone says on here , other forums..but like u said we were using about the same amount and u were able to stable at 6mg. sorry for ur unfortunate cancer!!!! my doc is conviced that sub will help in time but did prescribe me lamicital its a mood stabilizer for bipolar, and it has helped in the past even tho im not bipolr, but I guess it works for other conditions like mine(ptsd,GAD,depression)


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I never did understand why some people can take 1/8th a strip everyday and others need 2 strips a day. Science says were good at 2mg, but people still report problems below 8mg. I personally took 3 strips a day. One day I took 6 at once, but it still did nothing noticeable to me. Maybe a little more talkative.

But now I take 1mg a day. Earlier I took 2mg and now I'm talking just as much as the time I took 6 strips. I just don't understand why people need so much. I used to sleep too much when I ate a strip a day. I had problems going to the bathroom and I gained weight. I personally feel so much better on 1mg and it's crazy to think that no one is prescribed such low levels.

I wrote a post on why I think doctors overprescribe, but I also don't see anything wrong with eating 2 or 3 strips a day, if it's working.

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Jesse said it very well. Everyone needs to listen to their own body and make a decision on what is best for them. Years ago, I felt best on 1 mg. Today, I prefer the 6. (three 2 mg films) I take twice a day to alleve some pain issues. That, and now it's just a habit. Could I go down to a lower dose again? Of course.

Sub4newlife, take whatever makes you feel stable and happy. Later on, if you want to taper down a bit you can. For now, just take it one day at a time.

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Seriously, Rule? And you're a moderator? Although while I know that doesn't make you any sort of expert, I fear others will see this and figure, well even a moderator said I should "take whatever makes me feel happy." Is that not what got many of us into this - self medicating? Part of recovery is overcoming the tendency to do whatever makes us happy.

I would hope we all work with our doctors and trust them when they say we don't need this or that. It has gotten more clear that anything over 4 mg is often a waste as long as you get good absorption. Taking more than prescribed because our brain tells us we need it is returning us to where we came.

Perhaps you just worded that in a very clumsy manner. I just cringe when advice is give to do what we think we need or what makes us feel good. I also don't think that exsubuser was saying that. If anything he is saying take as little as is needed to stay in remission and with the least amount if side effects. Now that I can very much support and agree with. Sometimes what we think we need us just that - all in our head. That's why we have addiction professionals to guide us rather than doing what makes us happy.

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Telling the poster to take the dose that makes him feel stable and happy is perfectly good advice in the context of this thread. He's not saying pop 10 if that floats your boat, he's saying to take the dose that addresses cravings, and eliminates WD symptoms without worrying about the number, or taking a dose that's too low just for the sake of being on a low dose, especially if the lower dose makes him feel miserable, uncomfortable and unhappy without fully taking care of wd symptoms and cravings etc! Everyone is different, while some feel just great at 4mgs, others feel quite well at 16mgs. Rule is a responsible and kind moderator, and dispenses excellent advice. The way you called him out with "and you're a moderator,?" Made me cringe, tbh.

I personally know that now that I'm on a proper dose, I'm certainly feeling healthy and happy. .. and isn't that the point? I understand what you're saying donh, but I also understood rule62's meaning, in his response to the poster.


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Since when does our Rule flippantly tell people to do whatever they want with drugs as long as it makes them happy? How about Never! Don, you took an innocent turn of phrase, took it out of context, and made it ugly. I think you owe Rule an apology.

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I think both of you are putting words in the OP's mouth and assuming what he is saying. To be clear, I'm not positive either and since the OP has not clarified, all three of us are interpreting in the way we each see it. I may full well have misunderstood the intent and actually even gave latitude for a "clumsy written post"

I will say that when it comes to using Bup for pain, how the person feels has to play a larger roll than when used only for addiction. Beyond that all anyone who reads this has to go on are the exact words as written. That includes:

"Years ago I felt best on 1 mg. Today I prefer the 6. ... That, and now it's just a habit."

Well what does that mean or say to you? To me, "now it's just a habit" sounds like addiction. Is part of addiction not a "habit"

I was more concerned telling others "take whatever makes you feel stable and happy." What does that say to people coming here? Should we not take what it says to take on the bottle or the box? Or at least discuss dosing with the prescribing doctor? Especially early on Bup patients have a big tendency to want to take more or take what "feels good." Perhaps I worded my reaction too strongly but it's a concern to read things like this.

Most of all, I was not attacking rule as a person, just what he wrote. If that was not clear I will most certainly apologize for that. I am not at all taking issue with who he is as a person, how nice he is or whether he is nice to puppy's and kittens. Just a bit worried at some of the words. Not at all sure what to make of "our rule" ever or never doing anything. I'm just going by what was written - again nothing at all to do with anyone's character. I would not do that.

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I have seen Rule post several times that his increase in dose from 1mg to 6mg was due to the pain from the cancer he went through. If he wasn't clear about that in this post perhaps it's because he's mentioned it many times on the forum.

I wasn't interpreting the OP's words at all, just Rule's. I wasn't writing about puppies and kittens either, although I understand that you're using that as an example. All I'm saying is that if you read Rule's posts on a regular basis, you should know that he doesn't advocate using bupe or any prescribed drug recklessly. Because of his track record, I think he should be given the benefit of the doubt here, despite his phrasing.

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Donh,

If you had read my post prior to the one you're referring to it may have been a bit clearer.

"Asking for a benzo is tricky. Most doctors won't do it because they have been warned about the dangers of mixing the two. It really isn't a problem unless the benzo is abused. Just be truthful and tell the doctor what you told us. I would suggest something different to help with sleep though. It's not wise to depend on a benzo to help with sleep. Maybe Lunesta would be a wiser choice. Ambien comes in second because it causes weird behavior in some patients. (my sister in law took it and walked outside naked for ½ hour) She uses Lunesta now even though it leaves a weird taste in the mouth."

It was not a clumsy written post. I/we always say to tell the truth to your doctor and work out a dose that is good for you. It seems you took my words out of context. I have re-read it and it still sounds like good advice to me.

My up and down dose change was all done with the consent of my Suboxone doctor, who, btw, is very good. Please read the entire thread before calling out someone on the forum. And there is a big difference between a habit versus addiction. I have a bad habit of eating ice cream at night but I'm surely not addicted. Need I quote a dictionary. I'm just suggesting that words written can get confused with the spoken word so be careful what you type. I too may have taken your words out of context. Let's call it even.

I know your words were meant to help, not bash, so it's not personal and I applaud you for trying to protect any newbie's misinterpretation of my words.

Let this side topic die down so as not to take away the OP's questions and concerns. No further debate is necessary. Any issue's you have with me or any other moderator would be best served via our PM system. Not in this thread. End of subject.

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Welcome! and it's totally awesome to meet you. You can find my recent introduction story I posted a few days ago in this forum section. Ive been through almost all of those things except magnified. Ill PM you sometime because we have a lot in common and I need a friend too. :mrgreen:


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