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By Feeling helpless
November 6, 2014
Feeling helpless wrote
Please help! I have been so sick.
Dear Feeling Helpless, Do you have a diagnosis for the cause of your nausea? that's where you need to start. Her cyclic vomiting and abdominal migraines turned out to be POTS.
Kidwithnausea  |  December 9, 2014
For those of you who have tried many pharmaceutical drugs and are not finding relief or do not like side effects of the medicine I HIGHLY recommend talking to your physician about the potential medicinal uses of Marijuana.
Medical Student  |  November 24, 2014
Know how you feel. I'm in so much pain and always throwing up. Wish it would just go away. Feel worthless all the time. But it won't always be that way. Rev. 21:4,5. Talk to one of Jehovah's Witnesses. I'm still ill, and need medication. But believe me Jehovah's Witnesses have helped me the most. Know what most people think. But if you want to see what will really make a difference, talk to one. Instead of giving you their option they show you the Hope from the bible. Any bible not just their
Ann  |  November 18, 2014
Rest of info. Effexor helps me feel better emotionally. To just flat keep from crying lamictal worked. I know what it's like to be in so much pain and nausea with no end in sight. As far as meds go hope that helps you. Also go to JW.Org. Hope helps Me just get through the day.
Beverly  |  November 18, 2014
Hope this helps you. I was on zofran but it just didn't stop me from throwing up. I couldn't even sleep between the nausea and pain. Then the doctor put me on 25 mg of promethazine. It knocks me out when I take it but at least I get some sleep and a rest from the pain and nausea. Also as far as feeling better emotionally, because of hurting so bad and not being able to do what I need to. I've tried varies things. But believe it or not an older medication is actually the one that seems to help m
Beverly  |  November 18, 2014
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By Random
July 18, 2014
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By yolo
February 24, 2014
yolo wrote
SuPrep tips
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By Books
February 10, 2014
Books wrote
Suboxone films and oral cancer
I'm taking the buprenorphine 2mg tablets that dissolve under your tongue. Should I be worried? This has been a miracle pill for me and my pain issues and now I'm very concerned! I pray that both of you are healed and I'm so sorry for your illness. Thanks so much for this information. More people need to know. If there are two people on one forum with the same issue, it has to be linked. I would contact a lawyer if I were you guys. God Bless!
Jena  |  December 27, 2014
I also just recently was diagnosed with oral cancer of the tongue and I too am a suboxone user. I have been thinking the same thing as you and thinking that it may be linked together, but I am so afraid to find out if it is, in fact, the reason. Where exactly was your cancer? Mine is on the left lateral border of my tongue. I haven't had the surgery yet. I am still in the process of figuring out who is going to perform the surgery. Any information that you may have on this would be helpful. I
Concerned  |  September 30, 2014
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By SubUser
February 5, 2014
SubUser wrote
Suboxone addiction and Cancer
Dude. Your MD is an IDIOT. suboxone is super addictive. I don't know if you have health insurance or how your plan works, change doctors. Go to addiction medicine and find a suboxone group. I go to Kaiser Permanente in West Covina Ca. I know how you feel. I've been on and off suboxone for 3 years. I'm tapering now. It makes me incredibly nauseous and I'm sick of having to carry around MEDS to feel shitty. I was taking 6-10 mgs daily. Now I'm taking 3 mgs a day (half a pill 3x a day). Google "su
Ana  |  July 9, 2014
I had been on suboxone once for 18 months and it was no 10 day withdrawalsl like heroin or other opiates. It took me two months before the withdrawals finally stopped. Hot and cold flashes, sweating profusely, body aches, etc. etc. And that was just stopping and not tapering. You should taper down first, even if its as much as 2 mg a week but dont just dump it. get down to 1-2 mg a day first and then dump it. That would be my advice.
sub user  |  May 25, 2014
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By brooke
January 18, 2014
brooke wrote
thyroid and suboxone
I am going through the same exact thing Larsy. Its terrible I have hashimotos hypothyroidism and have all the symptoms you do and I only take 1 mg of suboxone a day
asamm1122  |  September 23, 2014
Sub will make you shprt of breathe but the doctor says there are a lot of meds you CANNOT take while taking sub because it can make you stop breathing
August 4, 2014
Nice that it cut off all my post. Long story short, all I said was consult your Sub doctor and let him know your concerns, he may lower your dosage or spread your dose throughout the day in smaller bits, or discontinue use if it is really affecting you that badly to where it is worrying you, and it obviously is because you came online and wrote about it. It happens in your sleep as well, and sometimes worse than when you are awake, keep that in mind, Good luck.
Krave  |  July 11, 2014
A side affect of Suboxone is breathing problems. I have been taking Sub for about a year and a half now and just within the past 4 to 6 months started having difficulty breathing. It was probably a coincidence that you started your other medication at the same time as having the breathing problems. I wouldn't call it a "drowning" feeling as much as just wheezing and I feel there is a blockage in my throat. When I breath in you can hear the wheeze (not crackly just obstructed). I just make sure
Krave  |  July 11, 2014
I feel like I am drowning at night when I finally lay down. Stuffy nose, thinning hair, and mood swings are symptoms I suffer from since I take synthroid. I think I would rather just suffer from my hypothyroidism!
Tanya  |  June 22, 2014
It's the suboxone, it took a while to hit me too but I know I hold my breath (unknowingly) because of it.
Dez  |  May 1, 2014
OMG I can relate to you so well. It's really scary when I get the shortness of my breath. I feel like I'm drowning or like I need to get more air. I'm also having muscle jerks constrantly but they do not hurt just feel strange. My body feels like it's numb or asleep. If I sit very still my neck jerks . I also have hypothyroid and now moderate arthritis in my neck. I'd love to hear back from you or anyone who can relate. Larsy1566
Larsy1566  |  February 9, 2014
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By tony
November 18, 2013
tony wrote
suboxone treatment
The best way to combat the aftertaste of the film is to drink a regular RedBull. It will take the nasty aftertaste away and leave the RedBull taste remaining. With that being said, the combination of subs and RedBull make an interesting feeling that you can become addicted to. You have to wait until it fully resolves first before you start drinking. Good luck with your recovery abs sobriety.
aftertaste  |  September 16, 2014
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By Lee
October 23, 2013
Lee wrote
Cancer and Suboxone Sublingual films
It wouldn't surprise me, Reckitt has been scamming the government, Drs and patients since it was in trials. The 100 patient limit hurts people. Getting Drs to require name brand film financially hurts people. Now saying it shouldn't be used beyond 6 weeks is hurting people. They are a bunch of liars that make the truth whatever currently benefits them and their shareholders the most.
Robert Denson  |  February 27, 2015
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88 online discussions about Suboxone and Zofran found:

of immodium and zofran (allergic to phenegran) . Good luck...
...am currently on suboxone for pain and I have ...took tons of immodium and zofran (allergic to phenegran) . Go...
nauseous except that I take zofran when I start feeling it...
...I have the same problem I started suboxone almost 2 weeks ago and ...3 or 4 days I've been getting extremely nauseous except that I take zofran when I start feeling it...
as said above, immodium will definitely not help...
...long enough after taking another opiate before taking suboxone? that can definitely cause a lot of these problems. as said above, immodium will definitely not...
Use Ondasetron (Zofran) and Loperamide (Immodium)...
If I were you, I'd acquire 1-2 Suboxone and make them last as long as possible. Use Ondasetron (Zofran) and Loperamide (Immodium) to ease W/D after the subs are gone. I'd try...
2mg up the nose. I took some zofran 20 min ago to combat...
...get high, but because the taste and all the subuxone spit made me want to hurl. I noticed sometime when ...doesnt do it 2mg up the nose. I took some zofran 20 min ago to combat the nausea...
for your fibromylagia. Do you experience mostly nausea...
...to work. You could try Suboxone but I don't think it would be effective for your fibromylagia. Do you experience mostly nausea with the ...anti-emetic like sublingual Zofran (available as a...
you have an appetite too...i felt like i had rls...
...took suboxone for four years ...hard to sleep...my doctor gave me zofran which is what ...to get off suboxone...zofran helps you have an appetite too...i felt like i had rls for the first...
thanks. i would love to try the Zofran but i don't have the...
thanks. i would love to try the Zofran but i don't have the time ...ginger ale works. i'm having minor withdrawals. just chills every now ...it up with a free suboxone but i'm not gonna take...
read that a drug called Zofran is non-drowsy and works well...
...to treat nausea Today was my first day on suboxone. I had been using ...my dose of suboxone film and after ...and mild nausea. I read that a drug called Zofran is non-drowsy and works well fo...
well?? i get nausea spells often from suboxone, not sure if...
...nausea well?? i get nausea spells often from suboxone, not sure if the bup or naloxone causes it but it happens none the less. i usually take DPH or the little bit of zofran i have left. but...
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