How are you doing? I had messed up when i ran out of suboxone. But i am officially on day 1 havent had anything since yesterday morning and I am gonna do it this time no turning back. I hope you are doing good still!
well you got it cheaper than me, well 35-45 each, one or 2 oxi a day to get by. My husband is kicking too we are doing it together and some how kept our secret from the world but financially we are falling apart and desperatly trying this time we have tried maybe 15 times before for our 2 beautiful kids! I was a heroin addict in and after high school went to rehab and came out stayed clean for 8 years. Then I had my appendix taken out they sent me home with a nice big bottle of vic, then i started taking the yellow 1000 mg vics and slowly progressed to the oxi so it has been almost 3 year process but about 8 months on the oxi's now. you can read about my subox post how i started those on the 14th
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