im a heroin addict trying to stop but i only have one suboxone shoud i use it or

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    madkenposted 7 years ago

    im a heroin addict trying to stop but i only have one suboxone shoud i use it or is it pointless...

    to use just one

  2. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image96
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    John Lennon went cold turkey, dude-and then he wrote the song, "Cold Turkey."

    Look, I know what you're facing and going through, it's a bitch-guess what?  A lot of people went through much harder things.  My great uncle Lawrence Coker survived the Bataan Death march.  Man up.

  3. villanueva21 profile image74
    villanueva21posted 7 years ago

    I've only tried heroin once and oh boy the feeling was nothing than smoking weed. I could not sleep for a whole day. I didn't know what hit me. And the taste just stuck in my mouth for days. For me the best way to not do drugs is to touch it out, just isolate yourself maybe lock yourself in a room.

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    madkenposted 7 years ago

    i have been using opiates for almost four years started with oxys and then heroin i have been using about a gram 1/2 a day if any one knows anythin about suboxin please help me i would like to get clean but i still have a life to take care of

  5. FrankiesGirl6Yr profile image80
    FrankiesGirl6Yrposted 7 years ago

    Don't you hate BS answers that have nothing to do with your question!!!
    Any-ways, quick history: Oxy Intravenous user to Heroin Intravenous user...BAD!! (To Sum it up)
    I have been on Suboxone for 5 years and take 32mg a day (4 eight mg ) and my suggestion to you is either……
    A) Take your ass down to the Methadone Clinic, where they also administer Suboxone, and allow them to administer what you can afford daily or find a private doctor and start getting a prescription. “In my opinion, this is the only way you’re going to prevent relapse and stay clean”.
    If this is not an option and you just have this ONE Suboxone and are wanting to use it to help with withdrawals..
    B) Cut the Suboxone up into 4 pieces, there sould be 2 break lines that seperate the whole pill into quarters. If you have not been taking Suboxone, taking 1qt the first day, 2qt the second, and again one on the third day. Doing it this way will help "mildly" with the withdrawals. Taking it all at once will get you through day one and that’s it.
    Hope this helped!!

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