[Ibogaine] oxycontin withdrawl & Bupe
tinkerbell.sarah at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 10:09:13 EDT 2005
If you're switching from a long acting opiate like methadone, the
induction needs to be done very slowly and with as much detoxed out of
you as possible. After almost two weeks of kicking methadone (from 120
to zero in 6 days and they left me there), they were hesitant to give
me even 2 mgs of suboxone. There is the subutex that does NOT have
the nalozone in it, and for some one switching over, that's probably
the best route, then switching to suboxone after you have more of the
opiates out fo your system.
When I finally did get my 2 mgs, i still felt woozy from the
insta-kick, as they used no subutex with me. After I went up to
32mgs, it worked beautifully for me until I had to get off of the
stuff. It's a long detox, though not as severe as methadone, but I
felt like absolute death till I did the ibogaine again.
IF YOU TRY BUPRENORPHINE- DO IT WITH A DOCTOR!!! IT IS NOT TO FUCK WITH!!!!
On 8/10/05, BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com <BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 8/9/05 10:32:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> tinkerbell.sarah at gmail.com writes:
> On 8/9/05, Nowwarat at aol.com <Nowwarat at aol.com> wrote:
> >I self medicated with bup and went into acute,severe, opiate withdrawal.
> >It's for folks physically dependent below a certain level.
> From what I understand, if you take the suboxone correctly the nalexone
> doesn't effect you. The liturature on it says to take the tablet and let it
> dissolve under yout tongue. That way the nalexone doesn't effect you. The
> nalexone is only supposed to hit you if you try and shoot it up. Well in my
> opinion that is bullshit. I tried to dissolve one under my tongue once 3
> days after not taking any methadone and went into withdrawal big time.
> I did what the lit. said to do and it didn't matter, I was sick as hell.
> Maybe I dissolved it under my tongue wrong or something, I probably did, I
> just know that going to bup after any kind of narcotic addiction should not
> be taken lightly, a doctors supervision is defenitly what the situation
> calls for. Tha'ts not to say that your average doc can handle it at all, so
> pick a good one if you are going to try bup. I understand that bup helps a
> lot of people. It's new so all the bugs aren't ironed out. Just my humble
> opinion. Randy
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