I don't understand why i don't feel better. On august 1st, I quit suboxone at 8mg, I had been taking ALOT of neurontin aka gabapentin during the withdrawal to help with symptoms, I was taking around 6,000 to 7,000 mg a day, somedays even 10,000mg but that amount was very rare. I had been clean for 44 days until I relapsed on 4mg because I didn't know why I felt like crap, I was still taking high doses of neurontin and made it another 20 days or so off suboxone until I relapsed again (4mg), this was about 2 weeks ago, and still i'm taking alot of neurontin. Basically what I am wondering if it is the neurontin causing the mood problems i.e. depression, agitation and restlessness or the suboxone. If it helps any when I took those suboxones they knocked me on my *** as if I had no tolerance. If anyone has any info on whether neurontin can cause these kind of problems I would be very greatful. If there is any confusion I have been taking the high doses of neurontin consistantly through this dilema.
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