This is a new group started the FIRST DAY OF THE YEAR 2012 started for people that are wanting to get off Methadone and/or Suboxone. Please post your experiences because the worst part of getting clean of these synthetic opiates is "THE UNKNOWN"
The clinic and everyone at my clinic knows they have me by the balls. They don't work with me and they know I'm addicted. Now they are making me go everyday again. I can't believe the way they control people.
Don't you and I and a bunch of other people know it! My clinic who was prescribing just 15mg a day for 3 1/2 years for pain.. just cut me off because I couldn't pay sixty bucks from 2 visits ago.. Well, I'm unemployed and my EB ran out in December..
Been 34 days off it.. but I did take perc's,oxycodone,morphine, oxycont's for the 4 years prior to the methadone.. One day at a time.
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