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I have been off the opiates for just over a year and lately due to stress I find myself wanting to deal with my issues by self medicating and used subutex to get clean. Suboxen gives me headaches so I need a dr in the oak ridge area who will prescribe subutex before I go down that addiction path again. I have so much going in my favor and don't want to lose all that I've worked to achieve. Please tell me where and who can help. ## Hi im going for a vacation for 3 months to thailand, right now im on subutex treatment and need prescription on subutex to take with me, i contacted some docter in thailand and they only got methadone , so could you help me with prescription for 3 months, my doctor will not write any recept for some reason i dont know ! my vacation will be broken if no... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Subutex.
Fri, Nov 07 '14, 4:39 PM
subutex dr in wv
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I need to find a dr to prescribe subutex to me in wv or pa. i just want to keep it simple...see dr. get prescription. ...
Updated 2 months ago in Subutex.
Tue, Mar 24 '15, 1:58 PM
Find a Subutex DR.
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My husband was taking methadone for over 5yrs for pain he lost a part of his finger.Well suddenly his dr decided he was nolonger going to prescribe narcotics to any of his paitients we live in IN. and are looking for a Dr. that is willing to prescribe subutex instead of suboxone we don't like the side effects of the suboxone. If anyone can help it will be appreciated it he is so miserable. ## Hi, Sorry I don't live in IN. But this is my suggestion just find any MD. Tell him what has happened and that he can't take suboxone maybe it gives him terrible head aches? It did me!! Some will write subutex here in Alabama and they are suboxone drs. I told a suboxone Dr. That I couldn't afford suboxone and if I didn't have something that it would just be cheaper for me to get ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Fri, Apr 05 '13, 2:02 PM
Finding Subutex Dr?
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I am really having a hard time finding a doctor who treats with Subutex and not Suboxone. I have chronic pain syndrome and relief-seeking behavior soon became drug-seeking behavior. My psychiatrist put me on Subutex, and my pain was reduced a little, but I wasn't so much into drug seeking anymore. I was treated for 5 years. Then I moved, and I can't find anyone in Ohio who does this. I might have to move back to Chicago! Any suggestions? ## What is your particular issue with using Suboxone, rather than Subutex? They both contain the exact same narcotic to treat pain and/or addiction, Buprenorphine. The only difference is that the Suboxone also contains Naloxone, to help prevent someone from abusing other narcotics, while they are using it. If you are no longer having a problem w... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Subutex.
Sat, Apr 04 '15, 1:22 PM
subutex withdrawal
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I am currently 8 months preg. Throughout preg. Dropped from 8mg subutex to 1-2 mg daily and spoke to hospital doc and OB hosp. Doc said I can stop if I feel comfortable since im on such low dose. Clinics say baby can have seizures only true w. Methadone patients and if u drop drastically but do what ur confortable with.. Day 2 no subutex minor fatigue,chills but overall fine mostly mental...trying to avoid a DSS visit in hospital when baby delivered hope sub is out of system within nxt 6 weeks. ## Congratulations on the baby and I hope this continues to go well for you. If you do start to feel any symptoms, please seek medical attention to protect both you and your baby. Can you please post back and update me on how you're doing? :-) Thanks! ## Hi...hope you and the baby are well...... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Tue, May 20 '14, 10:08 PM
subutex while driving
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Is it safe for a parent to be driving their children while taking subutex? ## It really depends on the person in question and how it affects them. If you read the warnings given for these types of medications, it states that you shouldn't drive or operate heavy machinery, until you know for sure how the medication is affecting you. If it causes a lot of drowsiness and dizziness in the person that's taking it, then no, they should refrain from driving. However, not everyone that takes it experiences such side effects and they also tend to wear off, over time, so if they do experience them, there may be only a short period of time, where it isn't safe for them to drive. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Tue, Mar 25 '14, 5:29 PM
Subutex needed in Tampa
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I've been taking 2mg sub a day for the past year. I've had a few bumps in the road over the past year and my sub Dr has been very patient. I'm going to run out before my next refill. I'm scared and I'm sorry if this against the board rules. ## This is why they have contracts. You should tell the doctor if your pain is still not being managed. Taking more than what is prescribed is not good, and is why the rest of us end up paying. "Sorry"? Your doctor is NOT going to give you any extra, because his license to practice, is on the line. They have heard every story..."they fell out of my purse", "I dropped some in the sink". No sympathy at all. It's up to you to report, that you are still in pain. Deciding to medicate yourself more, without g... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Subutex.
Tue, Mar 17 '15, 9:52 PM
Subutex and Withdrawals
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You don't have to be in withdrawal to take subutex. Been on it for 6 years. I always read this garbage from people that don't have a damn clue, passing on info they are just regurgitating. ## Hello, tmoney! How are you? That is correct and thank you for posting. Sometimes, people may feel minor withdrawal symptoms, because Buprenorphine tends to be stronger in gripping onto the opiate receptors, so it kicks out other stuff someone may have taken. But, if doesn't cause the dangerous precipitated withdrawals, in most cases, that people can experience if they take Suboxone too soon, due to the Naloxone that's in it. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may c... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Subutex.
Tue, Mar 31 '15, 10:51 AM
subutex doctor
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Hi, i recently ran out of subutex because my doctor was shut down by the DEA and I really don't want to get back on pain killers, so I wanted to know if there's any other doctors that prescribe subutex in my area? I live in the Youngstown, Ohio area. I honestly just do not want to be sick anymore! Thank you to whoever comes to my rescue!!! ## Hi Keith! I hope you've found a doctor by now. Could you ask your PCP to help you find a Dr? I'm in the area and am happy to help you find someone if you still need assistance. ## I'm still looking any suggestions? ## Hi Keith! I just wanted to let you know I'm getting some names together for you & will post them by days end. In the meantime I just read a very interesting article on the web site: ... ...
Updated 11 days ago in Suboxone.
Sat, May 16 '15, 10:15 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 4 days ago in Subutex.
Sat, May 23 '15, 6:48 AM
Subutex Doctors
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My Dr.. up north can't give me another script. As its been over 6 months. Just had total knee replacement and another surgery to break up the scar tissue. The pain is overwhelming but the Dr.. said I need to takethe subUtex ## Should you take pain meds. With subtex?? I heard it's a waist of money?? ## Sherry, what doctor said you need to take Subutex? Are they not prescribing you anything for the pain? Learn more Subutex details here. And Jerry, Subutex only contains the opiate Buprenorphine, so it can be taken with other narcotic pain medications. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Mon, Sep 10 '12, 4:43 PM
subutex in canada
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My dr. says you cant get subutex in CANADA,not in CANADA and that sucks, I WANT SUBUTEX and xyrem too, lol! CANADA SUCKS! Yet i hear someone say under the worst conditions. No one seems to know the answer for this and i am having reactions to naloxone. We have the Bupe patch, but i dont know if that will replace suboxone! I hope Canada gets it! ## Hello, When you say Bupe patch, are you referring to Buprenorphine? If so, Subutex contains Buprenorphine so I imagine that they should work in similar ways. I've taken vitamin B12 patches and I could tell that the vitamin was much more effective as a patch vs a pill. Hopefully that will be the case with your "Bupe" patches! I'm not sure as to why Subutex isn't available in Canada though, does anyone else have any informati... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Thu, Aug 01 '13, 11:31 AM
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Why would someone take suboxone and subutex at the same time. Are they not basically treating the same condition? ## Yes, the only difference is that the Suboxone contains Naloxone, to neutralize other narcotics that someone may try to take at the same time. However, the narcotic in both is Buprenorphine, which is used to treat drug addiction and severe cases of pain that is resistant to other medications. Have they both been prescribed to someone? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Subutex.
Thu, Sep 16 '10, 10:55 AM
subutex suboxone
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Surely I'm not the only person reading in shock and disbelief,How is it that so many people are unaware of the basic facts and information regarding bup,I am reading in horror that woman are trying to detox during pregnancy ,that is the worst option it is risking both lives,i also read a question regarding the effectiveness of mixing bup with methadone,anyone using these meds should know it causes withdrawals,that's the point of bup,i feel lucky to have drug treatment services that are free but able to stand along what is provided to private patients .Its horrible to think of pregnant woman on bup having to come onhere to ask for info and not telling their dr in fear of judgement or welfare,what is up with a woman thinking its an option to detox at five mnths preg,how doesn'... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Subutex.
Tue, Feb 03 '15, 1:44 PM
methadone subutex
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Ive been on 160mg of methadone for 2 years but i cant Feel it at all, if i switch to subutex will i feel Them? ## @drew, According to The National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment (, it is recommended that patients slowly reduce their Methadone dosage down to 30mgs for a period of at least a week, BEFORE attempting to discontinue it completely - AND THEN waiting at least 36 hours before starting Buprenorphine. They also go on to emphasize that patients "MUST" be in a mild to moderate state of withdrawal before taking their first dose of Buprenorphine. That said, I would just encourage you to follow these protocols down to the 'T' as well as asking your doctor for their opinion in case minor adjustments need to be made to fit your specific situa... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Methadone.
Wed, May 20 '15, 12:43 PM
dr spiros kassis subutex doctor in norristown pa
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Ive been taken subutex for over 3 years now to stay off perk 10s,oxys,all pain meds and taken subutex helped me get and keep away from all that and it really helped my life and i have a 3 yr old son and i really need an appoitment to get the medication subutex. ## Hello, Nikki! How are you doing? Most doctors prefer to use Suboxone, since it contains Naloxone to prevent the abuse of other medications, while someone is under treatment with it. Exceptions are usually only made, when someone is pregnant, or has a bad reaction to it. You can search for a doctor in your area that treats with it on the website This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is ... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Subutex.
Thu, Jul 24 '14, 12:25 PM
subutex- wax squares
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Not being able to afford a Dr.-a friend of mine sometimes gives me acouple of her subutex.(like suboxone).They come in a pack where you have to punch out each gum.They are square,and see-through purple.The only markings are a line going down,and a line going across.Like this +, so you have 4 little squares.But today when she gave me some, they looked the same,except there was only ONE line down the middle.I don't know why.Is anyone familiar with this drug-and seen them with just the one line down the middle? I cant find an image of subutex wax squares anywhere on-line so far. Thank you. ## Are you sure they are Subutex? It isn't even listed as being available in this type of formulation in the U.S. It is actually only available as an injection, tablets and film shee... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Subutex.
Sat, May 09 '15, 5:27 PM
subutex or suboxone?
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Is subutex better than suboxone for patients with hepatitas c ## Hello, Lucy! How are you? The final decision would be up to you and your doctor, of course, however most often Subutex is preferred, since it contains Buprenorphine by itself and doesn't include the Naloxone that's in Suboxone. Generally, it's considered the less medications being processed through your liver to tax it, the better. The FDA classifies this medication as being 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? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Subutex.
Fri, Mar 20 '15, 3:48 PM
pregnant on subutex
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Im 37 weeks pregnant ive been on subutex since i was 5 weeks pregnant i take 16mg a day anyone have any info on how baby will do? Dr thinks she will be fine i have to stay in hospital for 4 days min w baby they want me to breastfeed yet plan to switch me to strips which i dont understand if strips arent safe while pregnant why is it ok while breastfeeding? ## Hello, Jess! How are you? Congratulations on the baby! :-) While you're pregnant, you basically need to operate on the premise that everything you take in is now going to affect two, rather than just you. Due to the fact that at this time you are actually carrying the baby inside your body, they are more directly affected by everything you do. However, it is different when breastfeeding, because not everything passes into your ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Mon, Dec 30 '13, 10:02 AM
Subutex verses Narco
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I have been suffering for 8 years with sever back and neck pain. After surgery, I still didn't get relief. I was sent to a pain manage Dr. who put me on Narco's and Somas. It help me return to most of my daily living without this horrible pain. I found it slowly stopped working so I increased my dose. After a while I got concerned because I started counting my pills and would panic when I was close to running out. I felt I had a problem so I got with another Dr. who percribed Subutex for 2 reasons. One to get off the Narco's and felt that the Subutex would control the pain. It was easy. No withdrawal's at all from getting of the Narco's. At first I felt that it was helping me with the pain, but once again I found myself taking more because the pain was coming back. I... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Thu, Jan 24 '13, 7:27 PM

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