Used Suboxone For 6 Days When Does Withdrawals Start

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tiredanddone Says:
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I was using Vic's/oxys for about 3 years. I finally was able to get into a detoxing center but was only able to stay 6 days. In them 6 days they gave me suboxone 4mg strips twice daily. The last time I used vicodin was 11/10/15 and the last time I had suboxone was 11/16/15 at 630am. Is it possible for me to be having w/d now? And if so from which? And did my body have enough time to build up a tolerance? And yes I went cold turkey from the suboxone. Plz somebody help

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Verwon Says:

How are you feeling? Have you experienced any withdrawals?

You'd likely not experience any immediately, it wouldn't happen, until you missed one or more doses, though the time frame can vary from person to person.

The FDA warns that possible withdrawal symptoms may include nausea, dizziness, rebound pain, depression and diarrhea.

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Tont Says:
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I've been on subutex 8mg for 2 years now and it works great no withdraws from pain pills and it also to me is antidepressant and no side effects, so if u need to get off of pills and r depressed take a half a pill of subutex 8mg and u will never have to take any antidepressants and u won't have any withdrawals trust me its the best and no side affects

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Robert Says:

try the new reformulated Percocet they probuce no high and no withdrawls.I am a 24 year methadone patient and know very dearly what a withdrawl IS.

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Robert Says:

I would stay as far away from methadone and suboxin as p-ossible itl hook you before you realize what happened I can tell you from 27 yrs on both

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