acute withdrawals, shakes, cold sweats tremedously, etc. I was told that if I were switched to subutex, due to the abscense of naloxone which is in suboxone, I would have no acute withdrawal, but now I am scared because after reading a few comments above, a few reported a day and a half of cold sweats and other withdrawals too, If there is no naloxone how could the subutex initiate withdrawal symptoms, I just don't want subutex to have any of the treacherous side effects that I experienced on suboxone from supposedly that horrifice naloxone ingrediant, please someone assure me the subutex, gives me none of suboxone side effects bcuz I'm ready to just give up and go back on methadone which i got off of in 2004 after my ex-fiance' overdosed from stealing my methadone wafers and he had never used opiates. Help?
O.k. I am wondering because suboxone even after 24-48 hours off of opiates still throws me into?
Added 20 Aug 2010:
Hey would love to know the medical truth not peoples experiences or guesses, anyone ever found out for sure, which is stronger Dilaudid mg.(Hydromorphone) or Oxycodone 30mg. (Roxicodone)
First of my condolences on the loss of your husband im so sorry. For the medical truth and not just guesses or experience you might want to see a doctor. Also no matter what we do we are always going to have to experience withdrawls im sorry its every opiate addictied persons fate. Its every drug users fate no medicine will completely take away withdrawls it will help either leave the pain and withdrawls at bay or deal with it full on. Medicine will only help the withdrawl process less severe.
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