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 Post subject: Re: Acute/Post acute
PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 5:58 pm 
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soberonsuboxone wrote:
after experiencing all this i would say that if i relapsed again on oxycontin i would go to rehab and just detox, that way you can get back to feeling good in a short period of time.....but again its not realy acute withdrwal followed by post acute withdrawl with suboxone it is basicaly just intense post acute withdrawl the whole time and for me it took about a year to get through the discomfort im not sure how i would have paid rent if i wasnt getting disability payments......


The problem with getting too well in a short period of time is it makes the next relapse easier to fall back into. The rehab facility becomes a pit-stop in the relapse cycle, a place to refuel and get ready for the next round of drug-taking. For me, short term detox places can become part of the problem.


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Agreed. Get off the streets for a bit, eat good, and rest up for a week. Then it's back to the beat.

Never understood short term detoxes. Well. Unless they give the option of starting bupe. Monitor induction fir perfect dose.

We only have one rehab place in our area and it's only a 12 bed detox. It's also dual diagnosis. So. You can't just be an addict. Have to be suicidal or something. Crazy. In the worst area for prescription drug abuse.

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