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tami Says:

ive been on roxy for a very long time i am trying to get off of them where do i start?

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opiate abuser Says:

try a pill doctors can prescibe you called suboxone 8 mg, it cures the dope sickness and block opiates to your brain receptors. It works amazingly well, try just half of a 8 mg at a time. It will not make you feel high, just make you feel normal and able to continue with your normal life. Good luck

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Verwon Says:

You can only use Suboxone if you have a severe addiction problem and have been abusing drugs, it is not for use by those who have been taking medication at a normal prescribed dosage.

You should consult your doctor and they can help you decide the best way to taper off your medication.

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floridasrf5 Says:

BE CAREFULL THOUGH YOU CAN GET ADDICTED TO SUBOXON JUST AS EASILY IF YOU MISUSE IT LIKE YOU DID WITH THE ROXYS.

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zac Says:

u just stop the only thing u have to really deal with is a little diarea and resless legg sydrone and after one week of feeling like s*** ur start to have better days and a week after that ur fine ,now a small mixture of things will help ,if ur really in pain get some gabapintin for pain, and non narcotic sleep med

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Matt Says:

I shot up roxies for 3 years, normally 3-4 a day..but on a good day 7-8..
I just recently got prescribed suboxone and let me tell you it is a life saver. Completely takes away withdrawals, and allows me to go on and go to work. I'm just dealing with slight back pain and watch out the suboxone causes depression. I'm prescribed 24 mg a day, and I feel great. A lot better than being a junkie shooting 4 roxies in one shot

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Chobee Canes Chic Says:
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Does a yellow Roxy 30mg exist? If so, are they as good as the blue version?

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