You have 10 months clean time, HOW many months of behavioral therapy do you have or NA/AA. Apparently not much you think this is a game and we get to take vacations from sobriety! One is too many and a thousand is not enough, You have worked so hard why throw it all away now, Think back to how sick you were is it really worth it?------------------------NOAH
i am not saying to take the lortab. but i will say this. i am also on suboxone. i take 4mg. daily. been on it for about two months now. last time i went to the doctor supporting my sub program i informed him that i was having some major dental work. he told me...."if you have to take a pain pill". i was in shock. i said i can take that with the sub?? needless to say, i did not take the pain pill. i got through it with ibuprofen.
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