Suboxone Strips 8mg 2mg

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Derek Parsons Says:

I no someone thats takes suboxens an they are addictive to them they got on them to quit taking pills an they did now all they want is a suboxen strip there hook to them an it makes them carzy an mean dont want to move if they donthave one in them ... why does pple do that

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Verwon Says:

Sometimes, it isn't a conscious choice that someone makes. It's been proven scientifically and medically that some people are born with a genetic predisposition to have addictive tendencies.

Learn more Suboxone details here.

They can fight it, of course, if they are aware that they are prone to it, or know that it tends to run in their immediate family, but it is never easy. Almost anything they take, even substances that aren't known to be addictive and habit forming, may cause problems for these types of people.

And while Suboxone has proven to be very effective at helping some people beat addictions, the usage of it does have to be very carefully monitored by a doctor and it has to be very, very slowly tapered, as well.

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Some people say that it is trading one substance for another yes in many cases ! But for others like me I get a script of them so I'm never with out one I have been on them for 2 years and when I'm ready to get sick and stop taking them and I'm ready for that challenge then I will be! But if they are not being advised by a dr and are getting them on the streets them yes that is just trading drugs

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Lespaul Says:
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I been on #1 8mg sub a day, them 2 monthes later I dropped down to 4 mg then 2 after a few monthes, but when I stop I go threw with drawls, doctor gave me 2/0.5 now I'm tapering off them, I am hoping I can do these and skip any with drawl, does anyone know???

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