Suboxone is an opiate, so it does take the withdrawal away. It is intended as a part of a recovery plan. It is not to avoid withdrawal. The withdrawal is different, as it is a partial agonist, but there is withdrawal. That is why it is PART of recovery program, in addition to counseling, 12 step meetings, or some form of aftercare. If you do not deal with your reason for starting the H to begin with, the subs will just be an added problem. What have you tried to get clean, taper, using milder opiates, anything? There's a lot of great advice hear, you might want to post on the substance abuse community as you will get more people to help. Good luck and keep searching for freedom.
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