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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:02 pm 
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To All who replied to my post about me being super sleepy after starting my Suboxone *Hatmaker* and a few wonderful others thanks so much this site is just such a Saving Grace, for me I feel like its like writting in a journal and having your journal write back, the level of honesty i have seen on this forum and feel that i can have is absolutely liberating and a tremendous help to my recovery. I think Suboxone was the biggest step to recovering my life, but having you gus on this forum keeps me sober. So THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU WHO TAKE SO MUCHTIME OUT TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL WELCOME an BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THOSE OF YOU THAT DONT JUDGE!!!!
SO Updat Today I think my body may finally be getting used to the 20 mgs of the Suboxone broken down into 3doses of 8mgs/4mgs/8mgs, because for the first itme in almost 72hrs i felt good today. I woke up feeling optomistic, energentic and overall healthy, I felt more like myself today, im still having alittle neck and shoulder pain from the herniated discs but im on my way to the chiropractor right now so hopefully that will help getting an adjustment. But i havnt felt nearly as sleepy today, not nearly as drained or as we in the medical field like to call it (blah)! lol

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It's always nice to have someone from the medical profession here to give us their expert opinions and it's always especially nice when they can drop those $50 dollar medical words on us like the super fancy one you used....what was it now, let me see if I can remember how to spell that big fancy medical word....I think it was "blah". hahahahaha :lol: :lol: It's nice to see you have a good sense of humor, I know my sense of humor helps keep me on the road to recovery.

I'm so happy that you're adjusting to your Suboxone dose and you really sound like you're doing so well, keep up the great work you scary Vampire! :D


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Thanks alot Romeo, its so great getting replies from you guys on here its something i really look foward to, wether its advice that i need or just to see what you guys have going on in your lives i really think of you guys as friends and i treasure that. Oh and as for my medical jargin im not 100% positive but im pretty sure that is an actual syndrome, yes i recall it is called the ( blahh) syndrome, it often presents in patients who are also experiencing (hyper-icky-osis)!!! :wink: LMAO :lol:

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I am SOOO glad you are feeling better and seem to be stabilizing at that dose. Your mood is obviously quite good, too. Keep up the great work.

I'm also glad that you're enjoying the forum. I've found most of the people here to be welcoming, supportive, and caring, as well as giving of themselves to help others. I'm really glad you found us. I hope you stick around.

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@mysteryvamp----hahahaha.....yeah, we have to put the 'osis' on the end of the medical word for it to be official!!


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