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I currently was seeing this suboxone doctor in virginia about 3 months after i moved there. After being down there flr 8 months i needed to move back home because i was getting married had children ect.ect. Well for a while after i had moved back to pa she supplied me with the medicine and of course i would have to pay her but i kept asking her to just transfer me to a doctor up here. She never even tried all she did was fax in my paperwork and now shes not prescribing me any more medicine and i cant find a doctor up here. Everyone ive called are all rude and say their full ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Mon, Aug 11 '14, 8:47 AM
subutex only doctors in pa
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I've been trying to find a subutex doctor. I used to take oxys, perk 30's and other opiates but then I started subutex. I now have a good job and want to keep it that way! But now any doctor I've called wants to prescribe suboxone first and it makes me sick. it gives me migraines (which I have chronic migraine syndrome so it must be a trigger) a rash and makes me sick to the stomach. Second I have no insurance and its just way too expensive from all the research I've done. Does anyone know of doctors in central PA that prescribe subutex or how I go about getting subutex and not suboxone?? ## I go to a dr in Mobile Al who I adore - its a total judgment free zone but majority staff are lazy and don't return calls - the same ones who are good are amazing! Several sat on... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Sat, May 23 '15, 6:48 AM
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Does anyone know??? I need help? ## Hello, Bev! How are you? They do have a search engine that you can use to check for doctors in your area. You can find it at click here. It allows you to search by zip code and will provide the doctor's contact information, so you can call them to see if they have patient openings. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm sorry, I should've added that it would be the same doctors, they can usually prescribe Subutex or Suboxone. However, you should be aware that unless you're pregnan... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Subutex.
Sun, May 08 '16, 12:44 AM
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Cystic Fibrosis patient, long list of health problems! Switched to subutex several years ago, from and alergic reaction to Suboxon! Recently moved lost the doctor ihad been seeing! Have overcome many obsticals along the years, have a beautiful 7 year old daughter, that is the picture of health! And I need to be here to take care of her! I am her primary gardian and a lot of days are very hard! Please help me find a doctor to write my Subutex, it has been extremely hard for some reason! ## Hello, Misty! How are you? What type of doctors have you been consulting? If you require such a mediation on a long-term, ongoing basis, you'll need to see a specialist. I regular PCP won't be able to prescribe it for you. Additionally, you can't call and ask doctor ahead of time about pres... ...
Updated 8 days ago in Subutex.
Tue, Jan 10 '17, 8:59 PM
subutex doctors warner robins ga
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My name is ryan. I live in Warner robins ga and I am desperate need of a doctor jn my area who will be willing to prescribe me buprenorphine without the naloxone in it. It's called subutex. I have been on Suboxone for a long time and I have no insurance and low income and i have two kids that I support. I know subutex is way cheaper than Suboxone and I need the cheapest I can get. Thank you ## Hello, Ryan! How are you? Unfortunately, the new directives from the DEA tell them not to do so, unless it's a woman who's pregnant, or someone with a verified allergy to Naloxone. Thus, most doctors are going to refuse the switch. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsine... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Subutex.
Mon, Feb 22 '16, 5:37 PM
subutex doctors that take insurance in TN.
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Please help me find a subutex Dr. That accepts tenncare medicare for office payment. ## im lookinmg for a subutex dr in nashville who doesnt have to have insurance ## In Nashville, look up Dr. Arnett. He has many Suboxone/subtex clinics in the area. Call one of the hospitals, like Vandy or St. Thomas; they can usually point you in the right direction. Also, there's a buprenorphine patch available. (Same drug that's in Subutex). If you had problems with Suboxone, it could be the narcan mixed in with it to keep it from being abused. ## Dr. Cruz and Turning Point Recovery prescribes Subutex. My gf is on it. both places in Memphis and very close to Memphis. ## I found out I'm pregnant recently and I now have insurance. I'm looking for a sub clinic that will accept my insuran... ...
Updated 11 days ago in Subutex.
Sat, Jan 07 '17, 7:56 PM
a medicaid site for subutex doctors
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I heard there is a website you can go to if you're disabled on Medicaid and Medicare in Virginia with a list of doctor's who accept it for Subutex and I also was told just pick up the phone and call each one until you find one that is seeing new patients at this time. If anyone can help me plz just post back if possible. ## I had been calling all these doctors that are popping up on the internet as it takes a specific type of doctor's or a special requirement for your own doctor to write prescriptions like methadose/methadone Suboxone an Subutex an my pain med doctor can only write my pain meds cause he don't have the other license to prescribe those 3 so I heard there is a Medicaid or Medicare website with a list of prescribing doctors that will see a patient with Medic... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Wed, Oct 28 '15, 7:36 PM
Subutex Spokane Wa
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I need subutex in Spokane wa ASAP pls email ## In general, I think pain management doctors would be less reluctant to prescribe Subutex than a regular primary care physician; mainly because they are constantly dealing with patients who are on opiates and this includes those who are also tapering and going through withdrawals as well. So, if you're looking for any sort of doctor, look for a pain management one. I may not have a doctor I can refer you to, but I can provide you with a couple links that may be of service to you in so far as locating pain management doctors within your general area... Input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} I'd consider calling up a number of them ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Tue, Sep 01 '15, 9:56 PM
subutex to suboxone
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I have been on Subutex for a couple years. The doctor I have went nuts and told me he is closing shop and hates all his clients. Anyway he switched me to suboxone film for my last script. I have been on it for 4 days the 1st two days I didn't feel great but it was manageable and now yesterday and today I am so sick. I feel like a I am in full withdraw i tried taking more but it made it worst. I have no opiates in my system I have only taken subtext for years. There is nothing online showing why I would be sick with the switch. I tried calling the doctors office but I think he closed down. Or at least he is closed today. ## Kansas city no suboxen ?????? ## Hey Marissa, That doctor sounds like he just couldn't cope with the pressure of being in this profession. Sorry to hear that ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Subutex.
Mon, Jan 25 '16, 11:29 AM
suboxone doctors long island that accept medicaid
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i am looking for a doctor in Long Island that is covered dy Medicaid ## Forgettabout' it! I'll do you a favor and save you at least 1&1/2 days which ='s wasting 36 hours calling dozens of doctors trying and hoping to find just even a single one who will accept even any kind of insurance (let alone yours). Not even any or even a one doctor will accept any medical insurance for suboxone treatment/ prescription and if you do find that one doctor in the NY tri-state area, please let me know. Legally/according to law, they away required and have to accept your insurance as payment, if they participate/accept your health insurance plan. BUT say suboxone/subutex/buprenorphrine & your done --- meaning no insurances are ever accepted for opiate maintenance programs. Dirty, sn... ...
Updated 19 days ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Dec 30 '16, 7:52 PM
why i m on suboxone 1st month great now 2nd it and got almost all the bad side effects is that normal
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Hello I'm new to these meds for withdrawals and addiction so years go by and by then I'm doing more run out early and be sick and in pain and keep a phone calling anyone I can for roxys30mg and 80mg oxys so I decided to go get off of them and I went to a methadone clinic and got put on 3 8mg Subutex and it did wonders for me but I had to stop going to the clinic drive 120miles everyday and pay $18for my dose of Subutex I live in Virginia and need a doctor for longterm so I stay off the opiates anyone no a good doctor to get Subutex on a monthly basis if so anyone plz let me no thanks ## I hope you have better luck there than you would here in Louisiana. Here all the suboxone doctors have gone to cash pay only. Mine costing 250 and that's on the low end! Made calls and some a... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Suboxone.
Mon, May 16 '16, 9:40 AM

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