After hours or weekend suboxon dr?

After hours or weekend suboxon dr?

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Blossom

Salyersville, KY

#1 Mar 28, 2018
Does anyone know of a suboxon Doctor near by thatís in after 5pm or open on Saturdays, for the working people. Thank you in advance.
Stilldrugs

Salyersville, KY

#2 Mar 28, 2018
Blossom wrote:
Does anyone know of a suboxon Doctor near by thatís in after 5pm or open on Saturdays, for the working people. Thank you in advance.
Suboxone is not treatment. Its trading one drug for another. No point in responding. I stand by my opinion and I don't assossiate nor converse with addicts.
Sue

United States

#3 Mar 28, 2018
Stilldrugs wrote:
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Suboxone is not treatment. Its trading one drug for another. No point in responding. I stand by my opinion and I don't assossiate nor converse with addicts.
Amen. I agree 100 %. And we the taxpayers are footing the bill.
Henrietta

San Francisco, CA

#4 Mar 28, 2018
This person said they work! Working entitles them to receive any treatment they can afford or thier insurance will cover so in this instance your bashing is unacceptable. Although I do agree Suboxane is not a good treatment and it is highly addictive and abused by many. If you are serious about getting the help you need I recommend getting on vivitrol. This is what I recommend to many of my patients. It is a once a month shot, that is administered by a health care provider. It is NOT addictive. You have absolutely no craving , it adheres to your brain receptors and mask any urge or craving. People who use vivitrol have a very high success rate in beating the opioid addiction. You have to be drug free for seven days before the shot can be administered. So there needs to be a detox period. I am not from your area but I would highly advise you look into this once a month alternative. Good luck
Bait

Salyersville, KY

#5 Mar 28, 2018
Blossom wrote:
Does anyone know of a suboxon Doctor near by thatís in after 5pm or open on Saturdays, for the working people. Thank you in advance.
This is bait for Henriettas comment.
Anon

Ashburn, VA

#7 Mar 29, 2018
Stilldrugs wrote:
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Suboxone is not treatment. Its trading one drug for another. No point in responding. I stand by my opinion and I don't assossiate nor converse with addicts.
You don't converse with addicts yet you replied to somone you are basically calling an addict?
Carl

Santa Cruz, CA

#8 Mar 29, 2018
Anon wrote:
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You don't converse with addicts yet you replied to somone you are basically calling an addict?
Yeah and the reason they probably donít associate with addicts is because addicts probably canít understand them . Clearly the idiot canít even spell the word associate! Lol
Blossom

Salyersville, KY

#10 Apr 2, 2018
Stilldrugs wrote:
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Suboxone is not treatment. Its trading one drug for another. No point in responding. I stand by my opinion and I don't assossiate nor converse with addicts.
Then mind your own damn business and donít reply!!!!
Blossom

Salyersville, KY

#11 Apr 2, 2018
Henrietta wrote:
This person said they work! Working entitles them to receive any treatment they can afford or thier insurance will cover so in this instance your bashing is unacceptable. Although I do agree Suboxane is not a good treatment and it is highly addictive and abused by many. If you are serious about getting the help you need I recommend getting on vivitrol. This is what I recommend to many of my patients. It is a once a month shot, that is administered by a health care provider. It is NOT addictive. You have absolutely no craving , it adheres to your brain receptors and mask any urge or craving. People who use vivitrol have a very high success rate in beating the opioid addiction. You have to be drug free for seven days before the shot can be administered. So there needs to be a detox period. I am not from your area but I would highly advise you look into this once a month alternative. Good luck
Thank you so much, I really am trying so hard and have come a long way. Some people will reap what the sew!!! But thank you for letting me and others know about this shot, Iv never heard of it but would love to check into it. Thanks again
Blossoms Boyfriend

Ashburn, VA

#12 Apr 13, 2018
"Blossom" does not know what they are talking about. Vivitrol is a ultra long acting version of naloxone you will most certainly have cravings and withdrawl on it. The good thing is that it would be almost impossible to get high while taking it. You do have to detox before you take it. Look it up yourself. As far as people having a "very high" success rate beating opiod addiction with it, its really about as good as anything else which honestly isnt that good but it has worked for some and its worth a shot. Think about it, if there was something you could take that wasnt addictive, worked, and you had no cravings on wouldnt everyone be using it and it would be around more? Its also really expensive if you cant find a way of paying for it. It comes in a weekly formula too.
Henrietta

New York, NY

#13 Apr 13, 2018
Blossoms Boyfriend wrote:
"Blossom" does not know what they are talking about. Vivitrol is a ultra long acting version of naloxone you will most certainly have cravings and withdrawl on it. The good thing is that it would be almost impossible to get high while taking it. You do have to detox before you take it. Look it up yourself. As far as people having a "very high" success rate beating opiod addiction with it, its really about as good as anything else which honestly isnt that good but it has worked for some and its worth a shot. Think about it, if there was something you could take that wasnt addictive, worked, and you had no cravings on wouldnt everyone be using it and it would be around more? Its also really expensive if you cant find a way of paying for it. It comes in a weekly formula too.
Although I agree with some of your statements, you are wrong. Vivitrol is not addictive. Not sure where you got your doctorate or information. Addicts choose a drug of choice. Vivitrol is a treatment. Why would an addict start using Vivitrol before being an addict? That statement make absolutely no sense! For your information I have pasted a link below that States specifically that Vivitrol is not an addictive treatment

http://alcohol.addictionblog.org/is-vivitrol-...
Henrietta

New York, NY

#14 Apr 13, 2018
Blossom, go speak with a health care professional and form your own opinion. Donít listen to this Bozo who doesnít know what he is talking about! There is no addiction or withdrawal from Vivitrol. Good luck
Emo Internet Troll

United States

#15 Apr 13, 2018
No one said people used vivitrol first. You rednecks have a hard time understanding things. If you are on an opioid and you decide to use vivitrol and you are going to withdrawl. If Someone could just DT for 7 days and take vivitrol it would be a lot easier but you're gonna be in withdrawl for a while you make it sound like you can just take vivitrol and feel the best. You said it makes you not have a craving, that isnt true, all it does is keep you from using. If it kept you from having cravings why do people that are on it quit getting it and go out and get high.

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