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melissajean (msmelissajean@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 15 Feb 2012 01:10:27 PM EST
Subject:need help
 I am a suboxen patient and recently lost my job shortly after christmas. Im having a very hard time paying for my treatment and medication. I have two young girls and despertly need help. Is there anyone that can help

Pamela S Messick (smellssosweet24@yahoo.com)
Date:Thu 21 Apr 2011 09:33:00 PM EDT
 I been an addict for over 6 years..startted Suboxone month ago..working great..but can afford it for only about 1 more mnth...I dont want to go back to taking pills!!!!Can someone help me keep taking my Suboxone?? Its working and I dont want to live being a dope head anymore!!!! have NO kind of insurance...please help me keep my medicine

Corina (l.shae@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 05 Apr 2011 04:26:48 AM EDT
Subject:Need help
 Was sober for 2 years b-4 that i was a addict for 9 years. I have gone downhill. Someone very close to me died and I lost alot of hope and thinking of life and death. Suboxone was my saftey net and I didnt show up for a womens group the doc and counseler asked if i wld participate and I didnt. They took me off of suboxone. I gave up. With my grandpa dying losing a friend,husbands trust,my job sanity I am so ashamed of relapsing. All I want to do is go back to 2 yrs ago when I cld breathe. That will never happen. I was just a # to my counseler theres 100 more addicts in line behind u and so little dr.s Iv ben on 2 waiting lists and no call for 3 months,no job yet live w/ my parents again Will I ever find help? Your homepage gave me hope thank-u

Marilyn Miller (marilynj01@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 26 Jan 2011 10:21:40 PM EST
Subject:Suboxone and bi-polar
 This story is so much like mine minus the Iraq war. My wars are all within me and have been for years. I became hooked on opiates after 17 separate surgeries. The last one being major spine surgery. I have for years been off and on pain meds. I am currently on the Suboxone program as well as a great 12 step program. I was only today diagnosed with Bi-Polar disorder. It sure does answer a whole lot of questions I have asked about myself now for years. I am so grateful to my Doctor and to Suboxone. I have a major problem paying for my Suboxone because my private insurance has run out and I am on Long Term Disability at $1197.00 to last all month and pay all my bills and eat. I really need some help to be able to continue on the Suboxone treatment. Can anyone help me and direct me to who can help me get my Meds.

Reuben (reubenjn@aol.com)
Date:Sat 27 Nov 2010 06:44:48 AM EST
Subject:when to take safely?
 Ihave on suboxone for about 2 years and recently stopped while undergoing surgery.After surgery I had to take pain killers ( a week) for the severe pain I was experiencing. How long after (hours, Days)my last dose of pain killers, can I resume taking my suboxone ?

Lisa (capolisa@aol.com)
Date:Wed 17 Nov 2010 12:35:40 PM EST
Subject:Hello and Thanks!
 I am on day 5 of Suboxone treatment and am pleased to say just that. I am alive and feeling like a human again. I got thru the withdrawal and I am taking life one day at a time and sometimes an hour at a time. This is the beginning of what I hope to be the rest of my life without my percocet. I am no longer thinking about "a shovel and dirt", I am as committed as I can be to living life drug free. Thank you! I found NAABT literature by accident via a phamplet at the local pharmacy. I had NO clue that such a drug was even in existence that could help a person into recovery. I was so afraid and I know I was dying, ever so slowly, every aspect of myself was slowly withering away, especially my mind. Now, I have taken the first step to become drug free and get into recovery. Just for toady I know that I am going to live and go forward and I my trip along the way and hit a few bumps. As long as I stay tightly connected to my program I will have a life again. Thank you!

Dralaymnmom (berthabstv5@aol.com)
Date:Wed 10 Nov 2010 11:55:55 AM EST
Subject:Greeting form Eng
 Hi I’m new here. I’m sorry if this is the wrong place for this but I was hoping some one here on www.suboxoneassistedtreatment.org would be able to assist me

cp1974 (cp1974@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 10 Nov 2010 03:34:57 AM EST
Subject:suboxone works!
 I have been on suboxone for almost five years now and am so happy to see that judicial systems are working to incorporate suboxone to help addicts re-enter society instead of being locked away and not treated as addicts but as hardened criminals, I hope to see that this medication will be more widely recognized as tool in recovery from opiates instead of facing the everyday struggle with cravings that usually ends up causing opiate addicts to commit crimes to obtain meds illegally just to feel and function normally.I am personally very grateful for suboxone treatment in my life.

halseyjr61 (halseyjr61@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 28 Sep 2010 01:06:41 PM EDT
Subject:suboxone success
 I thank all of the programs, wesites and the medication manufacturer who assist in helping those of us who are opiate dependant. Opiod dependancy, for me, was the result of depression and opiods took that depression away. Opiods are not the answer as I found myself needing more and more to achieve a high. When the supply ran out, withdrawal was pure hell. Thoughts of suicide and worthlessness took over. A side of my brain was numb and felt as if dead. Withdrawal is so serious and you feel as if you just want to die. Suboxone is a wonerous drug which helps with craving and control of depression. Too bad it is so expensive. Reading all the comments on this site as well as other sites show that the cost of the program is hurting many and this is very sad. You would imagine that if several individuals want to change their lives by quiting opiate abuse and the criminal element behind it, and become productive citizens then help should be available for costs. Someone with some power should look at this and provide an answer. Costs exceed one half of my monthly income but I pay it because I feel "normal" and can live a life of contribution.

Jenny (jen-jones@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 28 Sep 2010 02:51:28 AM EDT
 Just wanted to take a minute to say thanks for all the great information on this website. As an addict who has (hopefully) hit bottom, I hope to learn as much as I can about my disease. Success in my recovery is a daily celebration. ~ Jenny

jeffrey vanburen (vanbad@comcast.com)
Date:Fri 17 Sep 2010 08:18:27 AM EDT
 what are the allergic reactions you can get from suboxone?

Intiveignorie (latlitleelerb@medmail.info)
Date:Fri 10 Sep 2010 10:10:45 PM EDT
 Hi, you really have a nice website.

Ron (ronluvsdeb@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 07 Sep 2010 09:56:16 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone success
 Suboxone has been a god-send for me, returning me from a life of complete insanity to one that keeps giving every day.

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