Ohio Pain Doctor To Take Off Suboxone And Put On Opiates In Cleveland, Ohio

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Rob Says:


Need doc to take me off of suboxone and due to multiple painful issues need opiates in clev. Ohio despite of oarrs



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rob! How are you?

I'm sorry, but what do you means by oarrs?

It might help you get some answers if you clarify. Thanks!

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Spartacus Says:

Translation: Rob is asking where he can obtain opiates. One day Rob you will be asking how to stop using, that time hasn't come yet. Oh well, have fun on the crappy ride down the opiate hill. The bottom really sucks and you seem on the way

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leihomaow Says:

Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System

It tracks the filling of narcotics too make sure that the patient isnt Dr. shopping or using multiple pharmacies to get multiple narcotic medications.

He's asking for a Dr. who will just take his money and give him a prescription for anything he wants(pays for).

Crossroads can get you on a methadone program.

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Vino Says:

Suboxone, Zubsolv, Subutex, methadone, etc... Are ALL opioids! OARRS is done at doctors offices and pharmacies. Just stay on suboxone. The "pain" you are feeling is from your addiction- face it. You need help.

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Darlin Says:
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No, you don't. Look up Kratom, it helps with pain and helps withdrawal. Way better than opiates in my opinion. It doesn't make you feel high either!

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Darlin Says:
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I used to think that too, until I tried Kratom. It's a plant, the leaves are used for pain. Way better than Suboxone or pain pills, promise.
It won't make you high but it will help you feel better. Kratom, research it.

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