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  • Work with your Dr to find the right dose for you. Be aware of when you need your refills, you don't want to run out! I feel this medication saved my life as it allowed me to quit a nasty heroin addiction.
    Age: 37
    Gender: Woman
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Other than Methadone, best medication without increasing and tolerance for my Chronic Pain EVER!!!
    Age: 52
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Chronic Pain Relief
    Duration taken: A few months
  • Start with a very low dose and slowly titrate up. A little goes a long way for pain relief. I was on 10-12 Norcos a day, but 1 mg of this works perfectly for me. I split the dosage, and take 1/2 in the AM and 1/2 at lunchtime.
    Age: 45
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Opioid dependence
    Duration taken: A few months
  • Buprenorphine-Naloxone practitioners have barriers to prescribe, and I use the tablet, I encourage everyone to go for the generic tablet and drive the prices of the drug down, and avoid coupon use.
    Age: 23
    Gender: Man
  • I believe this is what is currently keeping me from relapse and is allowing me to live an addiction free life. Talk to your doctor and make sure you have other non-medical supports as well like therapy.
    Age: 19
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Opioid dependence
    Duration taken: A few months
  • Helped me for not going into bad withdrawal from taking opinates.
    Age: 31
    Gender: Woman
  • Very good and much safer than the alternative however getting off it requires a liquid taper that can last from months to years. Make sure you stock up for this eventual taper or find a doctor who will help you with it.
    Age: 31
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Opioid dependence
  • Don't Start, Its difficult to stop, withdrawls last longer, granted it helps with getting off opiates, but either way you're going to hurt, so go through it now or later
    Age: 28
    Gender: Man
  • If one ensures they are well and fully into withdrawals *before* starting Suboxone (3+ days clean), then a low dose (2mg-4mg) will stabilize you. Tapering off such a low dose is much easier. That said, unless your doctor/ insurance carrier pressures you, relax, get your life together, and don't worry about tapering until *you* are prepared. Good luck!
    Age: 24
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Opioid dependence
  • I take 32 milligrams in the morning, same time every morning.
    Age: 32
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Opioid dependence
    Duration taken: Two years or more