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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:54 pm 
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I am new to this site but I have been taking SUBOXONE for over a year now 4mg per day and I say thank GOD for it because it helped me save my life...Does that make sense?? What that means is when I was in rehab because I was addicted and abusing methadome when I decided to finally stop taking methadome I went into such horrible,horrible w/d that I just knew I was going to die..I am sure you know what I am talking about right? For the first 3 weeks in rehab I couldn't eat, sleep, think, concentrate, or read a book from my mind either racing or just my vision would be so messed up that the letters would run into another. They finally let me see the doctor that saved my life and when he seen me he couldn't believe that rehab had let me go that long without seeing him. I have been clean now for over a year and that has alot to do because of suboxone.. I dont have cravings and I don't know how everyone else felt when coming off something like methadome but I could not be happy.I seen everyone else smiling and I couldn't no matter how hard I wanted to until I started taking suboxone and it helped me be happy, to be able to live again was trully a miracle. I just want to let the people who are just starting to take suboxone that it will help you help yourself. I can't imagine how my life would be if I wasn't taking suboxone. If anyone has any questions or stories please feel free to do so...THANKS FROM The Laneman


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