Suggest ways to wean off Suboxone
I don't recall giving my email!! it is YYYY@YYYY or YYYY@gmail. please reply to both. thank you!
Yes, that's the best way to get off suboxone!
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
I am so sorry to hear about this accident you had. Abrupt discontinuation of suboxone will lead to withdrawal symptoms. This is a reason why tapering off by reducing the dosage progressively is the best approach. Like you've mentioned, it's better to be off these drugs if possible as they are habit forming. Give it a try and let's see how it works for you.
I hope this helps. I wish you well. Feel free to ask for more information and clarifications if need be. Above all, thanks for using our services.
thanks for your reply!
also I did not mention that my husband passed away 6 months ago at the age of 59 due to cancer. I am severely depressed and have so much anxiety. I barely leave the house. I am a shell of the person I used to be!! I was not responding well to the anti depressant Zoloft, so my dr just changed it to Effexor which I got from the pharmacy today. I also take xanex for anxiety when needed, but only when I have a panic attack. I also have XXXXXXX drinking too much..like 4 glasses of wine a day. I know this is wrong, but it is the only way I feel better. I also lost my health insurance in November as I simply can't afford it anymore. I am not working. I am so sorry to tell you all this, but no dr seems to care. I sometimes feel that I just can't go on..but I would never do something stupid because of my mom. she has been my rock and she is 85! I just want off these subs and then hopefully the anti d. I just want to go out again and feel like a normal person! I appreciate any insight you can give me, Dr.
Am so sorry for your loss. May you know no more pain!
Am so sorry for al you said. I understand what it takes to share personal stories of this nature. I pray that you get the strength to overcome al these challenges.
1. The schedule of reducing progressively from 1/2 through 1/4 and 1/8 before quitting is best. Do it and if you witness any symptoms in the course of doing so, report for evaluation and prompt intervention.
2. Your loss is enormous. Ask yourself if your husband would have been happy seeing you in this state. If this is not true, then do him justice by fighting your way back to the top. This is irreversible and allowing this to weigh on you this much isn't making it any better. Please, get up and be determined again. Slow down on alcohol as this can serious damage the liver.
Do well to keep me posted with your progress. Again, accept my sincere heartfelt condolences.
You shouldn't hang unto things said in a delirious state!
1. You know your husband and pretty sure he wouldn't have said any such thing if he was okay. Why then would you want to hang unto what wasn't really coming from his true self. You can not let yourself be drowned by words said by someone who wasn't at his best. These drugs are really no joke and for sure he didn't mean that. Please, do justice to him and spare him of this innocent crime he's being held for.
2. Please, update me on the new antiD and how well that's coming along.
I hope this helps. Keep me posted. I wish you well.
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