SUBUTEX: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

“(From Gt.Btitain) Sübutex is (in my opinion) the best drug on the market for opioid addiction. In the past I have been prescribed both subutex and methadone to combat addiction, and found the withdrawal from subutex far more manageable than that of methadone, a factor that a lot of people take in to consideration when using meds of this sort. It (subutex) is however, open to abuse., whereas methadone isn’t, the reason a lot of practitioners are wary of prescribing subutex, and will prescribe SUBOXONE as an alternative. I’ve had no problems using “subbys” and recommend them for anyone trying to kick an opioid addiction.”

Merlewood (taken for 1 to 2 years) March 3, 2018

For Opiate Dependence “I’m 34 years old and have had issues with opiates since I was 19. Stayed clean for 6 years after a long and painful withdrawal from methadone that left me feeling like rubbish for 6 months after acute withdrawal symptoms had ended. Relapsed 8 months ago and went to my intake appointment this morning 2 days into withdrawals from a 90-200+ mg per day morphine habit. Walked out of the clinic with 10 mg of subutex in my system feeling “normal” for the first time in months. I had forgotten what that feels like. A huge burden has been lifted off my shoulders. The relief is indescribable- not only from the physical and emotional pain of opiate withdrawal, but relief that I now have a future to look forward to. Miracle drug in my opinion.”

Your Name Here (taken for less than 1 month) December 23, 2017

For Chronic Pain “Have had Fibromyalgia for 16 yrs. I started with the regular narcotics until I was building such a tolerance that I was on a roller coaster with pain relief and then the tolerance. Finally my doctor put me on subutex ( actually the generic ) and have had very good pain relief since 2007 with only one raise in dosage. I take 8mg three times a day without a high or loopy feeling. It even helps with that debilitating burning fatigue. I am so thankful that there is something out there that can give decent quality of life. I am out of my bed and can do somethings around the house with breaks. I can walk some for exercise. Fibromyalgia had me in bed most of the time. Of course, everyone is different and everyone responds differently to different drugs.”

pennytm (taken for 10 years or more) November 30, 2017

For Opiate Dependence “So I have a pretty good dependency for pain killers, oxycodone 15mg to be exact. I was snorting about 120 to 210 mg’s a day it varied from day to day. I have a buddy that had some subutex. I bought 8, 8mg pills from him and I’ve been slicing it in quarters and it has killed all withdrawal symptoms. I am using the subutex to come off of taking opiates since 2013. I haven’t had any oxy in 4 days I think and have 4 subs left. I hope this works because I am sick of being a slave to oxy.”

Razrbaks (taken for 2 to 5 years) August 15, 2017

For Opiate Dependence “I got out of jail in January 2015 for a probation violation for a failed drug test. I had been addicted to pain pills since I was 14 years old, and here 20 years later I was still addicted to opiates. I had been to rehab, was on 120mg of methadone for 4 years and got arrested for selling my take homes. So I went to jail cold turkey and almost died in jail, it took me almost a month to get over my withdrawals. So when I got out of jail, my girlfriend was on suboxone, and told me how much better she felt, so I figured what the hell, I had tried everything else. So I went to the doctor 2 years ago this month, and was put on 8mg Subutex twice a day. I now live a normal, happy life! This is truly a miracle drug, and it saved my life!”

Kinsleyspop (taken for 1 to 2 years) February 16, 2017

For Chronic Pain “Rather take than oxycodone”

420xyz (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 30, 2016

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