Just a quick note to say hi! I was on opiates fdor the past 30 years. I have 14 months clean & sober. I was up to 90 es vicodins a day and 600 mg fentanyl patches at a time. I **** you not. Go to your Dr. and ask foir a script for suboxone. Not all M.D.'s can write it so he may have to refer you to some other Doctor.. Then get to A.A. Mtgs whetherr or not you drink or don't. AA has more sobriety than N.A. I am 54 and haven't been sober this long since I was 12 and never been happier. I had 7 operations and am pain free. Good luck and don't get hooked on the suboxone. Good luck & God Bless. Mark
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