I recently posted about getting off narcs and going on sub. I read about it and decided to detox on my own. Thanks because I believe it was the right decision. My question is that I was prescribed Wellbutrin 2X's a day. This was for depression and I have been on it awhile. I was wondering if this might help with getting off the pills. Does anyone know if it can help? I know it is dangerous to take them with the narcs. I am done today after weaning myself down.
1st GREAT DECISION not to use suboxine.Ive read so many horror stories about it.can u give us info what u were taking,how much,how long,I c u tapered so how long/tell us a little.about ur "weining"process etc.Then u can get more specified advice for your addiction/what ur n4as far as w/d when ur done tapering2day .I have never heard of ANY antideppresants counter acting w/opiates.I was abusing tabs(70-150+mg daily)was prescribed celexa didnt help switched to cymbalta that worked years ago didnt do a thing til I quit the opiates(I would swear opiates made antideppresants not work)I feel emotionally great now over50days clean from c/t w/d).If u havent started wellbutrin yet start now they take2-4weeks to fully work AND wellbutrin also helps w/anxiety which is a great bonus since ur anxiety will b high when u quit opiates.Did u look at the Thomas Recipe?I wish I had found this forum b/4 before I was already like4-5days through detox I would have done the protocal from the recipe.
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