Suboxone And Adderall (Thread 198042)

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I was wondering if anyone has experienced this and has any knowledge that might help.I have been an opiate addict for roughly 15 yrs. and 2 yrs. ago I started taking suboxone I also take adderall the first year and a half I felt great but recently I feel like i'm close to death I am majorly depressed and have lost all interest in life I dont know if its the meds or just the state of mind i'm in anyone whos been through this please give me some advice



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pedwup Says:

I was not on suboxone at the time but I started adderall and within 1 week I had the worst depression of my life. I read online and it made sense that since adderall makes you Focus on things, if there's anything negative in your life while taking it you might focus on that bad thing and hate yourself. Stop taking it. or only take it sometimes. I take it every few days and don't feel depressed frrom it. Good luck

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Jeff Says:

yeahhh.. im on this also im on 45 mgs. adderall a day. i kno its over the max but thats how it was written i dont take it all, and i get 90 subs a month also but take 1 or 2 a day i also have encountered these feelings and ive been on both consecutively for about 6 months i think it might just be the adderall but im dealin with it anyways but yeah and they added wellbutrin to it and it seems to be helping dont go nuts with pills but see if they can help and get somethin to even it out

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Jeff Says:

and yeah dude below me has a point adderall can f*** with your brain but ive been on it since like 5th grade not straight through but im 20 now and it does sometimes make things more intense than they should be.. ei; feeling angry, snap casing on anyone for anything annoying, overly sad thoughts and just repetitive depressing thoughts yeah.. that sh!t sucks depending on what mg of adereall you have try tweakin your dose lower it a bit cuz just stopping taking it you will be like wtf it f***ed my blood pressure up and all i wanted to do was sleep for a week and a half without it i literally did

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Larry Says:

My God-- I never considered the "intensification" in the clarifying effect of adder all. Make sense. Yet, need to concentrate to accomplish necessary tasks. Although deeply hurt by what seems the ending of a close friendship due to financial/business loan and friend's temporizing response to reach reasonable re-payment. I realize a legal remedy is necessary. My soul ("psyche") is on "fire" and "ice". I feel like a characteristic betrayer -- lowest level of Hell in Dante's "Divine Comedy." But my friend's intransigence to speak to me is gnawing at me: like Count Ugolino-- encased in ice, gnawing on the cleric who betrayed him-- the Ugolino conspired with his betrayer ...

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cbmj Says:
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Ok Im so very nervous...Im 43 and went through a separation 1 yr ago .I started taking adderal this past July then suboxone now im stuck on both.. About 60 mg adderal and 4 mg suboxone..I want to stop.Im not strung out ..I jus want off this..But I need to do this on my own and does anyone know how? I know all bout tapering..But has any one done this with both meds I mentioned..? Please no negative feed back..I just want some advice from people who have weaned themselves off the sAme things..thank you to whoever cam help me....

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Missy Says:
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Most addicts are ADD. As far as the sub I had my Dr. change my subox. to the generic because I read up on the generic subox and it has an antidepressant in it. I feel so much better to the point of actually cutting my doses down by a 1/4 each dose. I went from 4 subox daily to 2 of the generic daily. (Without WANTING to punch someone in the face) I look forward to getting off the gen. subox ALL together

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My experience with Suboxone and Adderall has been very different than the previous ones. First let me say I've nvr done this b4 so if I do something that is not correct pls let me kno, I only want to share my story. I started in 16mg of Soboxe, 1 strip in the AM and one at night. I was told it was was going to b a 6 moths program, it's now going on 7 yrs. I never had a problem has a younger person, I'm in my mid 50s. Not one did this dr ever ask me how I got to were I was, Percocet. Not once did he suggest I try to decrease my dose, I did!!! I got myself from 16mg down to 2 but don't forget it took me almost 7 years. Then one day I went for my appt and started to tell him I couldn't concentrate at work. I had recently been given a promotion to supervisor and was having a really hard time with managing my time, trying to decide which problem to tackle first based on priority. He first prescribe VyVance which I hated!!! I felt like I was going to have a heart attach and my anxiety was thru the roof. Next we tried Adderall right to 30mg, better but still not right. Finally we went to 25mg Adderall XR!! It worked great, in fact I began to notice that t wasn't needting the soboxone so b4 I new it I went from 2 mg per day to 1mg!!! Today is my 2nd day with no soboxone, no withdraw, nothing!!! I would much rather b on the Adderall, I work 12 hour days with an hour to and hour and a half commute each way! I'm no longer tire when I'm driving and I'm getting my work done more efficiently. My opinions of these doctors is not to great, they will keep u on it for as long as they can to continue to make money, but if I can get off if the subs by taking the Adderall it's well worth it!!! I'm wondering if anyone has had the same response???

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