... for 8 months now, and im still not stable. I have asked several times to be upped and they just lie and say they are. I know for a fact they're lieing to me and i dont know what to do. They refuse to take me down or up. I am still having w/d symptoms. How do i convince them that i am not stable and need to be taken up?
I'm not familiar with this blind dose. i mean i have heard of it but don't know what the specifics are. is there any way you can get off that program and onto a non-blind dose? not sure why your clinic is not co-operating with you. usually a clinic will work with you to stabilize. one more question.oops nm. your having w/d's. the clinic should increase it unless you at a clinic with a cap and you are topped out. Have you requested to see the doctor instead of discussing it with the dispensing nurses? also every clinic has a grievance procedure. i would start that process if the doctor doesn't co-operate
methadone is a terrible drug to get off of.Worse than oxycontin withdrawl.Please consider yourself lucky that your dose is not being upped.try to take the smallest dose possible until you are off .What are your symptoms? If they were very severe ,the clinic would take that into account.Good luck to you.
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