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Bain Train Says:
 
Nubain addiction isn' all its cracked up to be. I tried it once via 1 iu IM, I had it conrolled to 3 ius abou a week afer easily. Now 7 months later I am up to 2 amps +. I can't come off it myself. It has a ceiling affect so after the initial HIGH you are just wasting it, yet I do it about 7 times a day.

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Farooq Ahmed Says:
 
sir i want to ask that is it possible to leave nalbin injection coz my wife is addicted of Nalbin. and i m too much worry about her.

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Bain Train Says:
 
I am so sorry for the late reply. What is your email? Regardless I am stopping this week. It will be 48 hrs of withdrawl sweating ect nad will suck but once its gone its gone. Then you need to control her mental crave with anxiety medication. Also TRAMADOL is a non narcotic pain killer I was told is used to get off it

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David Says:
 
Research I've gathered also suggests that Tramadol is one of the best options as far as using it to get off of Nalbin (Nalbuphine).

According to my findings, Tramadol pretty much eliminates all the withdrawal symptoms one would typically experience when stopping Nalbin. She may still crave the drug, but more than likely she won't be having symptoms from stopping it while on Tramadol. Like Bain said though, you might need to get an anti-anxiety med (or natural remedy) that will help with the mental cravings.

You'd have to talk to your wife's doctor about this alternative, so you can know what to expect as far as any possible side effects go and knowing how much she should take and when she should take it.

I hope this helps you feel more confident about helping your wife get off the drug. Best of luck to you!

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bain train Says:
 
I have no idea what you are asking?

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shayla naz Says:
 
what are the side effect of nelbin?

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SWIM Says:
 
Nalbin is Nubain is Nalbuphine it's all the same drug. Just google side affects. 90% of people who inject do it because the use of the needle is fun, the stinging feels good and its a dark dirty road. Please please don't try it. I laughed when I read this now I use harder drugs and I hate life.

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Peeb Says:
 
while I agree that Tramadol is helpful with withdrawals the reason being that while it is technicaly non narcotic it still attaches to the opiate receptors in ur wife's brain and causes it to release dopeamean just like the drugs she is currently abusing and even worse in high does it causes seizures I do not recommend it for stopping the use of opiates she will be in the same addiction cycle in a few hours when it wears off personally I would recommend suboxton it binds to opiate receptors and does not allow any release of dopeamean and If she does try using any opiate it will block its effects completelyvalso one dose of suboxton lasts 48 - 72 hours at a minimum after the first two to three days of taking the suboxton it truly eliminates all of the withdrawals even for a full blown herion addict where tramadol does not help somebody addicted to the lowest dose of opiates tramadol is only a mask only a specialy trained doctor can prescribe suboxton if u go to the website turntohelp.com it will give u all the information u will need including a list of all doctors in ur area that are certified to prescribe the medication call around as a visit cost roughly $250 dollars but it is truly a life saver and please be patient with ur wife as an opiate addiction is the hardest thing to stop the body literally cannot function without the drugs quitting any other way is almost impossible less then 10% can do it another way and 90% of the time when somebody quits and gets over the physical symptom they will relapse one or more times it takes well over a year to get over a good potion of the mental side of the addiction. I hope this information helps its coming from first hand experience also suboxton should only be used for a short amount of time around two to three weeks of taking one tablet every other day after the first three days lowering the dose everytime its taken and waiting longer and longer to take a dose I recommend the tablets over the strips as u can break it into smaller pieces a lot of doctor's over prescribe the medication with no plan to ween the patients off due to the fact they want ur cash

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sad Says:
 
Hello I just? Want to know how can I leave the nalbin


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DarksideDon Says:
 
I have the oppersite problem Im addicted as I live in the U.K I cant source it anywhere anyone help? Be apperciated I got some in the post but we all know how long overseas mail can take. Been using the Kinz amp's 20mg/2ml + Vallium 10mg/2ml but have run out.
To the guy trying to help his wife, I hope she gets better its a long road an no quick fix for addiction to opiates. I suggest that Bupenorphine (the sublingal tablets) 8gm tablet to start then taper off slowly, down to 2mg-1mg then she'll be ill for 1 week then maybe give her 1x 5mg vallium everytime she has the craving till this disaappears. Hope this helps.

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AV Gill Says:
 
hello sir
can you tell me how can i left this hating Drug Nalbin

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Sameer Says:
 
sir iam using kinz from 5 years 20 mg how to get rid of it if i dont use it my body get shevring and i get angry on every one nothing looks good and iam afraid i will loss my nearest relations bcz of this sir how can i GET RID OF THIS PLZ HELP ME .


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Malik Mehmood Says:
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Sir
We have a colleague suspecious for Nalbin abuse n we r in a medical setup.
Is there any investigation / tests for detection of his addiction to nalbin in.

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Edward Says:
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My Father is is addicted to Nalbin Abuse, He lost his right arm in accident 1970's and we don't have much money to sustain Him we're kinda frustrated that He kept asking my Mom for the Nalbin.

What is the best thing to do to make Him stop. He's kinda ruining our expenses and plans for the Family. He's just becoming a dead weight.

And i need to do something, so one. I'm desperate.

Please help me guys! god bless!

If someone will connect with me; here's my Email: {edited for privacy}

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Nu Bain Says:
 
I also live this nightmare with bain... I can no longer get the American kind, so I had to start the Mexican or kinz when I can find it ( so I don't know what im putting in mybody)... I have tried to quit, but no luck.. so I feel your pain. I wish you luck...

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kinza Says:
 
sir my husband is using nalbin i exactly dont know how long he inj'ed himself but i know this that he inj'ed more than 6 nalbin inj's. in each day i tried alot to keep him away from this bad life destroying thing but i failled.He is about 28 now ,i am so worried about him he cant listen anyone he remains angry most of the times.This bad habbit indulg him in other bad activities and he lie most of the times.Only 1 year of our wedding has passed.Due to this bad habbit he move far from me.I dont know what to do plz help me i am waiting for your reply.

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kinza Says:
 
sir my husband is addict of nalbin , he is only about 28.i tried alot to keep him away from this bad thing but i dont.only hardly 1 year of our marriage is passed i exactly dont know when he started this.He use to inject more then 6 nalbin injection in each day i dont know what to do.I am so worried plz help me.I am waiting for your reply.

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snookiecooky Says:
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Kill him and blurry him. Thats what I did

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miky Says:
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My friend has been taking 4 to 5 kinz injection (10 mg) daily since 13 months.she is nervious 'pain in body & fastheart beat with chest pain.palpitaion in all body especially in chest .all the test eg.ECG, ECHO.ETT & CBC, LFT , RFT.but she is in measerable condition.whats wrong had happend.she is about 40 years old.

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Navi Says:
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I am addicted of kinz please help me.

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nubainski Says:
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I my self struggle with nubain... subs work, but I find myself going back.

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