Suboxone Withdrawal Advice Needed

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JJ Says:
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I am on day 8 of suboxone withdrawal. Last night I finally got some sleep after several Nyquil and a lyrical. I took 8 days off of work to go thru this but thought I'd feel much better than I do at this point. I HAVE TO go back to work tomorrow and don't k ow how I'll make it thru. I'm taking vitamins b-6, b12 and ginseng tablets. The RLS has become less severe but the anxiety is at its worst! I started suboxone about a year ago for help to get off 3 year addiction to Norco. I keep reading about weeks/months long wd...really???? I don't know what to do! Any advise on regaining a functioning level of energy and comfort immediately? Just hoping it's possible.



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Jason Says:
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This is only my suggestion from my experience getting through withdrawal symptoms from opiates. Anytime I've run out early or had difficulty for one reason or another getting my prescription I order so kratom. It's a plant that is related to coffee I think. It's been used for years for pain management and to lessen anxiety. I order from a company called kratom one. I use the tri-force blend about a tablespooon just mixed with water. It's pretty rough tasting but I just power it down. Within 15 minutes all my withdrawal symptoms have subsided. It's worked for me every time. I think it's worth a shot for you. I wish you the best of luck, you got this!! It gets so much better, just sucks getting there.

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Verwon Says:

In most cases, it really is just a matter of time, although I understand that it is very frustrating.

How are you feeling, now? Has there been any change?

The FDA lists the typical withdrawal effects as possibly also including nausea, rebound pain, fever, and diarrhea.

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