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PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 8:30 pm 
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Having gone thru 2 pregnancies while taking Subutex - Which produced 3 healthy baby Girlz, (Yep, 6-months ago I gave birth to TWINS on Sub) I know what a trying, stressful, and even at times, guilt-ridden experience it can be. And while I am in no way a medical expert, I wud like to offer advice/encouragement and answer any questions any of u out there may have. With a pain management history of 12-years prescribed narcotics + 4 prescribed Sub, I know I may be able to help someone out there w/any fears, doubts, or questions.

Please feel free to ask anything or tell me ur story - I'm all ears :)


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 29, 2014 9:26 am 
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Congratulations on healthy baby's including twins! I have twins & a single child so i know how busy it is. just wanted to welcome you to the forum.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:31 pm 
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Hi!
Im new to this forum but really glad I found this and especially glad I found your specific post considering you had twins while on subutex. Im 30 weeks pregnant with twin boys and I have been on sub the whole time. My ob knows about it and is supportive button starting to get worried about the hospital wanting to keep the babies longer if they know that I am on subutex. Im worried about them withdrawing but I really want them to be able to come home with me in a day or two like normal. Any comments? And how much sub were you on?
Thank you for your story!


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