... small piece of a suboxone (about an eighth of a piece), and this morning the same. I do not feel the best I have ever felt, but I have to admit I am feeling pretty good. If I continue to do this for the next week or two is it possible for me to finally quit this shit for good this time. I am a 26 yr old woman, and it is ruining my life. Anyone have a similar experience that can share what I can expect? Thank you
Not very likely, you can't get suboxone from someone and expect to quit taking opiates. You need professional and legal help with this. Stay away from the pill pushers who think they are helping you because they have no idea what they are doing.
If you have been addicted for 6+ years then a couple of weeks taking what might be suboxone just isn't going to cut it. You have to remember that your brain has gone through chemical changes and it takes years of not abusing opiates to revert back. So get to a suboxone doctor and do it the right way. You will stand a much better chance at recovery then doing it the other way..Good luck...
If you are serious about this then you need to withdraw the right way many can recommend ways that helped them but everyone is different and everyone reacts differently I you are seriuos then you must get serious hel in that I mean a doctor. You may be afraid to do this but DO IT FOR YOU and all will end up fine but PLEASE do not do it alone Hope this helps I am not preaching I tries weaning off not only percocet but a couple other meds and it was a nightmare you do not want to go through alone if you have a doctor even if it is not your regular doctor you have someone to turn to when you think you are not feeling right GOOD LUCK HOPE THIS HELPS
Please dont take ths the wrong way, i am not putting down your method but i have noticed that NONE OF US can do this alone! Suboxone is not a cure, it helps get to get you living life again without the use of other opiates. We didnt get addicted in one day so rushing your recovery will make you more prone to relapse. God Bless, i hope you find the right path that works best for you. Peace and Love!
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