I have been battling a pain killer addiction for over five years due to chronic back pain & surgery. I was taking 50+ norco a day along with tramadol and tried so many ways to get clean. Today I am addiction-free! I was taking suboxone and slowly weaning off. One of the
[More] good things about suboxone is that it is sooo much easier to wean off b/c I am not addicted to it. I do not crave more. It literally saved my life. I was on life-support for three days after a suicide attempt. I really was at rock bottom so for me suboxone was a life saver. Today I am in recovery and getting better physically and mentally. Today I am suboxone-free and I would recommend it as a tool to recovery for those who continue to relaspse and have tried and failed other methods.
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