I'm worried that Sub can't fill those shoes. I know eventually the craving for energy and the sense of well being will ease. Thanks for the support -TheBF
Yes, you will be satisfied. And you just might find yourself with not only boundless energy, but going on a major cleaning jag. The switch from methadone to suboxone is the trickiest one there is, however you will stabilize and be fine. Both are long acting and as we have previously mentioned, your switch was done wrong albeit by a subs dr. I have seen 2 posts here recently where a rehab clinic and just a subs dr threw someone into precipitated withdrawal by inducting while opiate or methadone was still in the brain, i.e. The dr/rehab didn't wait the required time to induct. You will feel better soon, please stay with us for support, we welcome you and will gladly help if you need it. Pattishan
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