I just want to know what the most effective way of getting off oc, is it going cold turkey or is it trying suboxon? or any tips on how to quit would be very helpful. Thanks!
Look up the Thomas Recipe on this site and call some health food stores to see if they have it available by kit or separately. It is a list of supplements and Over the counter meds that address the symptoms of withdrawal. Have that on hand to help you with physical symptoms. Suboxone is a great medication, however, they are falsely touting it as non addictive, when it is in fact, addictive. I have been on it for quite some time and I am very pleased with how it has performed, but, I do know I was lied to about it and they automatically try to put people on way too high a dose. You can join the suboxone group hear and read through the posts and check elsewhere online for info about it before you make a decision. Most doctors who prescribe it ( and they must have a special license to do it) do not accept insurance and you must pay an up front fee and then each time you get a refill on your meds. You must be in withdrawal for at least 24 hours in order for it to get in your brain and work, if you take it too early, it will cause the withdrawal to increase ALOT. I am not trying to tell you one way or the other, but, do your research before you sign up for suboxone. See if there are any suboxone support groups in your area and go to a meeting and talk to people who are on it. It was the answer for me, I have fibromyalgia and it does a nice job for ME for the pain. Best of Luck, I will say some Prayers for you. You will have support here if you need it.
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