Has anyone here used Suboxone for pain of Fibromyalgia? I was diagnosed in 2000. Even saw 3 specialist to confirm my diagnosis of Fibromyalgia. I became addicted after 2 years. I went from Lortab to Oxycontin. To stay on top of the pain, I was on alot of Oxycontin and that scared me! I moved to Alaska and the change in weather did help alot. But that was short lived. I was lucky to find a very compassionate doctor! We put together a good plan that has for the most part worked very well. This is what I am now taking-Suboxone 8mg 4xday, Ryzolt (Ultram sr) 300mg 1 daily, Cymbalta 2-60mg daily, Flexerl 10mg 2xday, Serex 30mg x3day, Nuvigil 150mg 1-daily, Motrin 800 2-3 daily. I know it sounds like alot, but when your in alot of pain it really isn't. I did move out of state, but moved back because I could not receive the meds I was on. Suboxone is very expensive if you don't have coverage. Every state is different. I also found out just how much it helped when I didn't have these meds. Now after 5 years I'm having to re-adjust my meds and lifestyle. I know I need to exercise and change my diet. I can say this from my experience, Suboxone saved my life! I would like to know others experiences!
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