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Stable pt on subutex needs Dr Asap
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I have been stable on 2mg subutex and was tapering. I was on 2 pills a day. When I went to my last appt. the MD sent wrong script. Sent 60 8mg tabs instead of 2mg. They lasted me until last week. Unfortunately I was discharged from clinic for not answering a call when my voicemail was full. I had no clue they even tried to call me. I am a nurse and have access to all trigger meds. I don't want to use but it may be my only option. I need a MD in southwestern pa. My prior clinic is full. I am struggling here. If anyone can help me I would be so grateful. I have been stable for so long. I feel like I'm about to loose it all. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Aug 25 '15, 9:43 AM
Doctors who treat with subutex in Phoenix, AZ
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Subutex doctors in Phoenix, AZ - please and thanks ## Hi Sylvia, According to an article on, "Only qualified doctors with the necessary DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) identification number are able to start in-office treatment for Subutex/Suboxone and provide prescriptions for ongoing medication. CSAT (Center for Substance Abuse Treatment) will maintain a database to help patients locate qualified doctors." You can browse through the CSAT's database of doctors here: It looks like there's quite a few options in the Phoenix area. Hope this helps! ## Southwest behavioral health on 7th ave and the 17. ## hey was up, just wanted to ask did u get any subutex from the doc in phx az? cuz im tryn to quit H n i really need a doc. plz {e... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Subutex.
Sun, May 07 '17, 1:34 PM
I am pregnate and need a obgyn that will prescribe subutex. Anyone know of one? I live in Southwest Virginia in Wise Co.
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looking for dr to prescribe subutex to me while I am pregnate. I live in Wise Co. Virginia the doctor needs to accept va Medicaid. ## Hello, Yossi! How are you? It is unlikely that you will get an OB Gyn to prescribe it. You should just get yourself set up with one and then they will most likely refer you to someone else for the Subutex treatment. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Need sebutex dr in va. or tenn or even ky. i used to b on methadone maint but i kicked herion. then i had car accident and needed pain medds then i tried bpx but i.get sicker if i take that. i need a dr. and is it poss that my fam dr c... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Tue, Jul 07 '15, 9:15 PM

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