Hi there !
I understand your concerns. It is hard to be on a substance for a substantial period of time and try getting off of it. However I would like to applaud and congratulate you for your efforts in trying to go off of your meth habits and seeking help with a methadone
is a very effective alternative and not as habit forming as methadone is. I also think you should be monitored and it will take some time to take effect. However, you will power is also a huge factor in going off of the medications. I am glad you bring this up in a public forum. Nausea
are common during the switch and medications to treat them symptomatically will help. I do not think that they are precipitated withdrawals. I reassure you that suboxone is better than methadone in the long term and your fiancee should be off of meth in a very short time. I wish you both the very best in health. Reassurance is the best strategy. Divert yourself while you are still taking medications and do something fun, that will take both your minds off of the whole medical issue. I hope you have a lovely weekend.