I have been using everything from vics to percs and from 40's to 80's for aprrox. 2 yrs. Without getting too personal, I fully understand this is getting the best of me. I havent gone without one or the other since the time ive started for longer than a few hours. This has taken a toll on my family and my wallet. I've done a lot of research on suboxone. I am 100% interested in committing myself to sobriety, but I am WITHOUT medical insurance. Any suggestions on how to obtain suboxone, or the necessary remedy for my problem? I also have a family and a full time job, that so far, I have been able to keep together. But its time to take that step, and get off this junk!
chuck8, Welcome, you have now made your first step to sobriety by admitting there is a problem. There is 2 meds that help that I personally have had good success with and know of others that have been helped by them, I am not a professional mind you but only speak from experience, they are Clonidine and Librium both are fairly inexpensive where you don't have insurance and there is also a program that helps people get meds as well this is the info: Partnership For Prescription Assistance 1-888-477-2669 www.pparx.org Hope you can get med assistance from these people they help alot of people, you need a presciption first though so I hope you can get to the doctor where you don't have insurance. The Clonidine tends to help with the physical symptoms of withdrawel and the Librium helps with both the physical and the psycological symptoms to make it a little easier anyway. You will also need a lot of support through this time so feel free to ask away my friend we are here for you, this has been the best site I have ever come across for any support with just about anything so never be afraid to ask for the help and support you need, of course there is also NA and AA which you may also need for backup support, they are wonderful groups to belong to in this time of your life. Again please feel free to ask for help here as well alot of us have been in your shoes. Hang in there my friend and you will make it, keep in touch, marjorie zych
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