I like the subtex because it is cheaper and other reasons, but I liked the suboxone, the orange taste is so much better then the nasty white pill I have to wait to dissolve. My problem is I was deep in addiction for five years and know I realized too late that I have been on sub too long and I wanted to get off for my third birthday but I think I will be on it still ( i hear people never get off, it takes cravings away is reason enough to continue taking it and I hear from numerous dr thats its ok to stay on it forever and some that say get off asap). My real concern is I have been throwing up a lot lately. I threw up at the beginning, found the right dose, ate at the right time ( I had noticed if I ate too soon before or after I got sick) I did not get sick. Well, I have been on the same dose, nothing has changed and I have been throwing up. I tried quartering the pill to see if less would be enough to work but not to get me sick but my back pains won't go away unless I take my rigt dose. I really am curious if anyone comes across this problem, is it just a side effect that I need to get use to or is there something else that I can ask my dr for that would help me out and not make me sick all the time, its like a motion sickness feeling and then I throwup but I have asthma and somestimes I get so sick my asthma acts up and I cant breath and that scares me. I am thankful for any response I do not see him for another month ( i understand but don't like that there are no refills on sub) and I never get to talk to him on the phone because he is soo busy. Thank you!
I made you a friend so you can send me private messages if you want to. You have an unusual complaint. I can't recall anyone else complaining of throwing up on Sub. Now I'm a bit confused. Did you throw up on Suboxone, or only on Subutex? If it is only on Subutex, is the pill you're taking round or oval shaped? If it is round, you should send me a private message, because I have something to tell you, and I'd rather tell just you.
Hi subrox3... it sounds as though Thor is going to help u out. He is very knowledgable about sub therapy.
What I wanted to do and encourage u to do is to call your doctor and let him know.
Listen my friend... your doc works for YOU... please remember this... yes, he may be busy when u call but leave a message and tell the person taking the message that u expect an answer. If u do not get an answer n a reasonable time period, then call again. Please remember that he works for YOU... u pay him well for that. OK... this is what I wanted to share. I hope that u feel better soon. Please listen to Thor. He will help you.
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