About Me: Male, Fort Lauderdale , FL, member since Apr 2009
I've been dependent on opiates for 5 years. I was up to 200 mg per day of oxy to feel normal and not sick. I started on Norco and moved up to oxycontin and roxicodone from there. Twice I was so sick I went to the ER and felt that taking so much oxy had something to do w
[More]ith it. I went to OP detox at the end of May 2011 and and doing a rapid taper with suboxone. See my story under my journal.
Congratulations! so glad to hear. i have been doing some research on sub dr's here for my b/f i think he might be a good candidate for it... i am almost over the most of it.. the physical crap anyways now i just have to combat depression and then im done =] but from the sounds of your sucess im going to sit and talk with him today about trying it. thank you and congrats!
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