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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:08 am 
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I woke up this morning feeling very stiff with my head hurting. It reminded me of when I was using Hydros. After a day of taking 8-10 hydros I would wake up the next morning very stiff, my fingers swollen and my head hurting. I never knew what that meant oh why but putting 2 and 2 together always thought it was due to the pills.
Now that I have been taking Sub this is the first time I have felt like this. I have only been on Sub for about a week.

Any thoughts on this?

Why oh why did I like that first Hydro and why oh why did I like the Tramadols. I know I can not turn back time now but I can make a better future (now those could be song lyrics lol)

Thanks for your help and support


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:34 pm 
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Unfortunately. Any side effects you had while on Vicodin will pretty much be the same as on Suboxone. Since it is an opioid, it will cause water retention (swollen legs or hands) and all the rest of the side effects as well.
You did make a good decision for choosing to get on Suboxone. I guess no medication is perfect. But it does do a great job at curbing your cravings for Vicodin.

I think in time, your body will adjust to it and the side effects will be more manageable.
The best side effect for me is that it keeps me off drugs.


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