... medicne to ease the pain?
As a pharmacist I can think of a lot of non-narcotic meds that will help you, but whether you have them or not is a different story. Neurontin(gabapentin), Klonopin(clonazepam), any prescription anti-flammatories such as Naproxen, celebrex, over-the-counter alleve, moderate doses of over-the-counter dramamine will relax you, Colonodine, contact me for more information.
I would first like to know how you weened off the suboxone because that can make a huge difference toward the length of time and the severity of your withdrawals? Buprenorphine has a long half life and it has to be decreased slowly of you can suffer terribly for months and months... Hang in there... Dave
The pharmacist above mentioned some great meds to help you out. There is a so called on the internet that has become very popular. Google " The Thomas Recipe " and follow it as closely as you can... Good luck... Dave
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