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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:35 am 
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tired of taking subox for past 2 years. anyone have tips for best stuff to get from drug store to help withdrawls? just moved a few months back so dont have a doc to goto for any scripts to help.
seen a few recomendations while looking around the site but figured it would be easier to try and get more opinions in one spot.

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Hi Ryan,

I would suggest Imodium for an anti-diarrhea medication and Benadryll to help you get to sleep. I've also used Melatonin for sleep before. You can get it at GNC. Get a good multi-vitamin and exercise as much as you can. The natural endorphins will help a lot. Make your self eat regular healthy meals and taking hot baths or showers always makes me feel better as well.

Best of luck to you!


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You can't get a script for non-suboxone things? Clonidine works so so for withdrawal.

I stopped sub once at 8mg/day and took a cocktail of immodium (need like huge doses, 4mg every 6 hours), atarax (basically benadryl) and clonidine.

You could probably get clonidine rather easily if you see almost any doctor and tell them whats happening. I have high BP and in my oxy days, I requested 'clonidine' because I knew it helped withdrawal.

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