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It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Sun Nov 20, 2016 9:47 pm

So to be honest, I've been creeping around on this site for awhile now. Just reading. But after reading a lot of horror stories, I figured I'd share my journey. Even if it gives one person any bit of hope or strength, then I didn't waste my time. As I type this, I am currently 10 hours away from exactly a week since my last dose. And it's been a roller coaster, and I'm still riding it, but at least I'm moving forward. I have been dreading getting off this poison for a long time. I remember WDs from my years chasing pills. I fuckin hate withdrawals.

I moved from Wisconsin to Florida 8 years ago with my then girlfriend, now wife. I quickly found out how cheap opuates/painkillers were in Florida, and within the first year, I was addicted. Went through the lying, hustling, and nightmare of addiction for almost 4 years. Able to hide it for over half of those years. But it all came crashing down a few times. 3 years ago, I went in to a Suboxone Dr and got put on what I thought was a miracle drug. I didn't research it. I was excited about having an opiate prescription all to myself. The addict in me was thrilled. I loved it at first. No more lying to my then fiancé. I got my life in order. Went to some group meetings. I was prescribed an ungodly amount (20mgs) a day. I found one 8 mg strip was perfect for me each day. And I stayed like that for 2 years, thinking I was "clean" and sober. Boy was I wrong. I also truly believe I know more about Suboxone than any of the 3 Drs I saw.

After a little over 2 years, I started feeling lifeless. I felt no joy, no sadness, just a shell of my former self. I am 32 years old and have always been a good looking, intelligent, confident person. But the last year on subs, I was a zombie. I couldnt make eye contact with people. I started feeling socially awkward. I kept telling my wife I've lost my "instincts", my "vibes". I am a realtor in Tampa, so being a zombie does not bode well for selling homes. I KNEW I NEEDED A CHANGE. I prayed the subs weren't the cause. Not my new drug of choice. But deep down, I knew. I had lowered to 4 Mgs and was successful at that for a few months, but I ended up going back up to 8 mg a day. So this is how I tapered....mind you, this is what worked for me. I am in great shape and eat well. I have the metabolism of a hummingbird, so strong half life or not, I burn up anything I put into my body. I knew I would never stick to a long drawn out taper schedule. And my wife is a nurse. So we came up with a month long titrating schedule before I jumped. I went from 8 mgs a day to 1mg a day in about 3 weeks, dropping 1 mg every 3 days or so. I sat at 1 mg for 5 days and then my last day, last Monday morning, I took my final .25 mgs at 6:30 am. I had called my doc and told them my plan a couple weeks before that. One of the benefits of being a realtor, I make my own schedule. So my wife and I put away some cash and I knew exactly what day I was jumping off. I took the whole week off. So I jumped......

Monday night I felt the WDs hit. Nothin crazy. But no sleep. All the normal stuff. R L and S are my least favorite 3 letters in the alphabet. I can deal with the depression, the anxiety, the mailaise. Shit I felt all those the last year on Suboxone. But that insomnia and those legs, well you all know. So i only thought about calling my sub dr every hour or so the first couple days. But that subsides. I cried a lot. But that subsides. My brain still crashes into dark oblivion sometimes, but that also subsides. But my legs and insomnia still hit me every day. But I can beat that. All the cool feelings and emotions coming back over me are worth it. Feeling that south Florida sun in November hit my opiate free skin makes it all worth it. Looking at my wife and remembering what love feels like. That makes it worth it. She deserves a sainthood.

So I'm here to tell everyone even considering getting off Sunoxone, to do it. Make a plan, stick to it. Get off this poison. In 6 days, my face has cleared up. My appetite is back in full force. Food TASTES AMAZING !!!!! So many more positives than negatives. Music is UNREAL. The waves of emotion that music creates are as good as any drug I've ever dreamed of. Take baths, get 5 clonidine, get some amino acids/vitamins/supplements. Eat veggies. Eat some salmon/shrimp. Smoke some good weed. Anything to get through the physical symptoms. The mental anguish I know I am about to go through the next 6 months, I can beat that. I am a different person than I was 7 days ago. I see a bright light at the end of my proverbial tunnel. I feel strong again. I feel again.

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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby subster58 » Mon Nov 21, 2016 7:43 am

Limming, hello and welcome to SS. Your story is amazing and you are one brave, soul.
Congrats on getting off the poison so fast. You'll give many people hope and it can de done.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:31 am

Just a quick update. It's day 9 today. The symptoms aren't as bad, but the fact they are still lingering is soooo annoying. I know I will get through them, but they are trying my patience.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Subblind » Thu Nov 24, 2016 1:22 pm

Keep strong young man,be thankful your only 32 and not in your 50s... 10 days in your gonna win just keep going
Happy thanksgiving,and I'm sure your feeling very thankful for what's around you right now...
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:23 pm

Happy Thanksgiving to all. Yes today I felt so unbelievably grateful for everything and everyone around me. I spent the day with loved ones. I was open and honest about everything. This is the first holidays in 7 years that I will not be floating in an opiate cloud. I forgot how much meaning there is to spending time wth people who you care about. I barely feel any of the symptoms anymore. One extremely weird thing is that every time I have to poop, I feel the symptoms kick back up again. Almost like my GI tract is holding some of the bupe and for the half hour before I actually go, I get "sick" again. It's like clockwork. But the moment I go to the bathroom, full body/mind relief. So strange. But today was the best day yet. I slept almost 6 hours last night with just one 3 mg melatonin pill. No more hot baths. No more clonidine. Still taking my amino acids and vitamins, but I'll take them for a while. A few ibuprofen today, and then some great music. That's all I need. I cannot believe what listening to music feels like. Sometimes, I can smell parts of songs. Sounds weird I know. I can put my headphones in and listen to Pandora and just drift away for a little while. I have maybe 2-4 cravings a day, but they aren't for suboxone. I can feel my body/mind start to wonder what a little blue pill would feel like. Then I remember how nice my bank account looks and how important my wife is to me. I'll never forget 6 days ago. Looking at my wife with tears pouring down my face and asking her "how will you love me after seeing me this way?" I won't ever go back. I'm too strong now. I'll admit the 3 years on Subs did help me to learn how to make good choices. I just wish I wouldnt have stayed on it for so long. 3-6 months should be the tops for time on suboxone.

Anyone who is the person I was a couple weeks ago, scared shitless of the WDs of getting off Subs, please hear me now. Taper and jump. I admit that I was lucky with my support group, my job, and I live in sunny FL, so staying warm isn't impossible. But the actual physical withdrawals are not that intense. They've just stuck around for a while. But I laugh in their face now. My shins start hurting and I laugh at them. "Is that all you got now? You were a whole lot stronger a few days ago Mr Sub". Haha. Don't get me wrong, the first 2 days were horrible. I literally screamed at my wife that I give up and I'm calling my doctor. But she just looked at me and said "No you're not Were getting through this". And it truly has been a "we". I scheduled an appointment with an addiction specialist/psychiatrist for next week. I found out my insurance covers like 10 free visits. I'm going to talk this guys ears off. My wife is sooooo sick of hearing about this process. I can't wait to tell someone my story. I went from 8 mgs per day to 1 mg per day in 3 weeks. I then took .25 my last day and jumped. I'm a beast. I'm almost through this. I don't care who tells me about PAWS and depression. I'll kick their ass too. In 36 days, my wife and I get to start trying for a baby. I was so scared about possibly having to watch my future baby being born while I was numbed up on Subs. But that won't be the case.

It hasn't all been rainbows and butterflies. I look back on the last 7 years and I FEEL a ton of regret. I don't even know who I was. My brain still does a nosedive once every few hours and I feel pretty dark and dreary. But I can feel my brain rebuilding itself and the neurological pathways. After about 20 minutes, it picks itself up again. Once it realizes that I'm not going to shove a strip in my mouth, it picks itself up. The human body is an amazing machine. I beat the shit out of my body for 7 years with good strong drugs and shitty attitude. But here I looked at myself in the mirror today and realized, I'm in as good of shape today as I've ever been. I thought for sure this detox would take its toll. But my appetite is unreal again.

Good luck everyone. I'll update in another couple days.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby cheeps » Sat Nov 26, 2016 12:59 pm

Lemming.....yes, your wife deserves a sainthood!! Your story makes me very happy today. A nice big grin on my face!

Be aware the shrink...I have no idea what they may push nowadays. A good therapist might be better...you'll find out when you get there.

Just remember not to make any huge decisions for about six months....other than the baby thing. PAWS can jump in whether you feel ready for it or not. Just acknowledge it...don't say it ain't true.


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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:28 pm

Hello Cheeps. I was hoping to catch your attention sometime in here. I've been reading your posts for a while.

You are right. There is no denying the up and downs of the PAWS. Today marks day 12. Yesterday, the symptoms seemed to be more intense than they've been in days. But I pushed through. Made what might not have been the best choice, and went and had a few drinks watching my Wisconsin Badgers clinch their trip to their conference championship. First alcohol I've consumed since quitting Subs. Made for a very anxious morning today. But it's now 4 pm and all those jitters have subsided. I actually feel "great" right now. Laying in my man room watching more football. Only Gatorade today though. No more beers for a while.

I will be very careful with this shrink. He seemed great on the phone. Congratulated me for making it 9 days off Suboxone. I won't be accepting any benzos, amphetamines, sleeping pills, or even anti depressants from him. This is strictly a visit to see if he is someone who can lend an open ear, as well as maybe some advice/coping skills. I will be up front about the fact that I want to take a while away from putting anything in my body.

I've been doing some walking around my neighborhood daily, as well as some light treadmill jogging. But this week, I am going to start working out again. I get sooooo tired sooooo quickly. Even jogging to the car to grab something drains me. Time to build up my stamina again.

I will definitely be on here updating. Hope all is well with everyone out there.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby cheeps » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:10 pm

Working out during detox is draining too but you'll get some good endorphins going and that will help tremendously!!! I had hand surgery last week so have been down for the count. Be sure and update when you can!
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby The Blind Ass » Mon Dec 12, 2016 6:01 pm

Lemming ! Got an update you would share please?

Im in the same boat, jumping off in less than a week.

My mind and body are going to be deranged, retarded, and sick for a while but thats all ok. I embrace every single second of it without exception because my spirit is untouchable and unbound from this crap. I just had forgotten that I was in a dream within a dream! I just need to realign the body and mind with me and I'll be a better man than my "old self" - ill be evolved and content with whatever life gives me because I will just give it my all regardless of the marks of existence. Do your best! Get up off your knees and live - there has never been a time like this in the history of the world to live in! And here we are now. Sub SUX but life is beyond measuring, and I want a clear mind , lucid, wide awake, and eyes peeled till they shut against my will via death.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Subblind » Mon Dec 12, 2016 10:38 pm

Welcome to the forum Mr.blindass,I look forward to your participation in your rebirth...please start your own thread my friend,it will be the best way to go.i already admire your passion...look forward to hearing much more from you.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 9:43 am

Hello All,

Today marks day 28. Hard to believe 4 weeks ago today, I took my last little .25 mgs at 6 AM. As much as I would like to celebrate this milestone, today is actually kind of rough. I woke up around 3:50 AM, and couldnt get back to sleep. The moment I woke up, I had very intense anxiety hitting me. I wish I could find a way to deal with it without letting it consume me. I seem to be thinking about/regretting all the dumb stuff I have done over the last few years. Yesterday was my one year anniversary of getting married. I spent the day with my wife, but yesterday was tough too. I keep coming across pictures of my wedding last year on Facebook. And, even though it was the best day of my life, I find regret that I wasn't fully emotionally there. I was still on Subs last year and it truly bothers me that I wasnt "clean" on one of the most important days of my life. The one thing that keeps me going, is knowing that when we do have a baby next year, I will be 100% present in that moment. I don't understand how the anxiety can be worse after almost a month than it was the first couple weeks. But here it is. I am pushing through, and I know there is no miracle cure. Just need to "live life on life's terms", but man is it hard. There are moments when I want to climb in my closet and just hide from the world. I am seeing an addiction specialist and I really don't want to get on any sort of meds to deal with anxiety. So I am hoping it subsides with time. He also tells me he believes I have ADHD. I agree 100% and really hope I don't need meds for that. I used to take adderall recreationally and I hated the way it took my sleep and appetite away. I want to be clean damnit!!

Those are only the negatives though. There area ton of positives that come along with almost a month off of that poison. I have done not a single opiate, other than 2 nights of Immodium, since jumping off. I really haven't craved any either, after day 3-4. I really believe I am just a different person than who I was when i was hustling and lying and addicted. I don't keep cash on me, and if I touch more than $20 in my joint account, my wife gets an alert. Those are just relapse prevention techniques we put in place. Other than some mild chills, yawns, and sneezes hitting me a few times a day, all the physical symptoms have all but disappeared. No more RLS!!!!! My sleep is still light, but I take some Valerian root, or some melatonin, and I am able to get 5-6 hours. I was smoking some good strong weed the first 3 weeks, but I haven't bought any in over a week. It was great at night, but I also was taking a few hits before work and I don't need to be any slower than I already am. But, it is something I would fully recommend during the first few days/weeks. It helped so much with the RLS, insomnia, and suppressed appetite. Not to mention, just brought my mood up a touch for a few minutes.

I had a great anniversary weekend with my wife. We have been together 11 years(married 1 year), and sometimes it crushes me to look at her and think of all the bullshit I have put her through. But then I think that I get to spend the rest of our live's making up for it. My favorite thing about the last 28 days, is the fact that I have been eating like crazy. I weighed myself yesterday and I have managed to put on 7 lbs in the last 4 weeks. Which for me, is a lot of weight in a short period of time. When I was on Suboxone, my appetite was nonexistent. So this is huge for me. I started jogging around my neighborhood. Luckily I live in Florida, so the weather is nice. Jogging absolutely drains me. When I look at myself in the mirror, I look like Im in the best shape of my life, but I feel like an old fat man once I start exerting energy. But I know this will only get better. I went out with friends this weekend. It felt so good to be in a social setting, laughing and talking, and actually feeling present. The last year or so on Subs, I started developing some really bad social awkwardness. That is officially gone. I actually did some dancing and it felt great actually feeling the music instead of just hearing it.

One thing I have been researching has been the effect that opiate use has on testosterone levels. I believe this has a large part to do with the low energy issue. I am hoping none of this is permanent, and that after time, my body will get back to normal.

So for Mr. Blindass, the sooner you can "jump", the better. I wish I would've done mine sooner. But make sure you are ready. You will know when it is time. I sure did.

This sounds corny, but this website and everyones' stories, good or bad, have helped immensely. Just knowing I am not the only fool going through this makes me feel like I am not 100% alone. Just now, as I typed "alone" I thought back to the first 4 days at home on my couch/bed with just me and my little dogs. I was a mess. I cried every single hour. As I look back, I am amazed at what the human body/brain can do. In just the 15 minutes it took to type all this, I can feel my mood getting better.

Good luck everyone. If anyone has any questions, comments, or concerns, I check this thread daily. Get better folks.....
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Wed Dec 14, 2016 12:38 pm

Real quick update/advice....

The last 2 days, I woke up with horrible anxiety. Not worry, that I can deal with. This was the kind of anxiety that sits in your gut and feels like 10,000 butterflies that just won't stop flapping their wings. Didn't matter what I told myself, I could not shake it. All day Monday it lasted until I took my melatonin at night and zonked out. Yesterday, Tuesday, same thing. So I did some reading and some research. I don't know how I missed this in my research before, but I am glad I finally found it. The more I read about it, the more I knew it was for me. 5-HTP. It is all over these boards/threads. I quickly drove to my Walgreens and picked up 2 bottles of it. I took two 100 mg capsules, and I swear within the hour, my anxiety was gone. I actually felt motivated. I got some work done last night. Took one more before bed and fell asleep without my melatonin. Granted, I woke up about 2 hours later and had to take melatonin to get back to sleep, but what a difference the 5-HTP makes. As I have read from a post from Cheeps, t is what our bodies naturally turn trytophan into, and then into serotonin. I know my brain is lacking serotonin, among other good chemicals.

Just wanted to let everyone know that it worked for me. Give it a try.
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Postby cheeps » Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:28 am

Keep us informed as your journey is important and I love the way you are able to put it all down in writing!!
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby The Blind Ass » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:32 pm

Just letting you know Im right there with you, jumped 36 hours ago. Will be here refreshing my screen for the next few weeks till I can love myself proper again.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Subblind » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:49 pm

That 5htp is supposed to be a godsend,so I've heard...glad it's helping you.you may have to increase you intake but so fucking what...keep doing what your doing,and best of luck to you.SB
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Sun Dec 18, 2016 5:21 pm

Hello Blind Ass,

Good for you. There will be some dark moments in your next few days, but fight through them. Your brain will pick itself up after a few minutes of horrible oblivion. If you have any Subs in the house, get rid of them. I don't think I couldve avoided taking them if I would have had any left. It has been 30+ days for me now. I feel probably about 85-90% of my "normal" self, whatever normal is. Even though there were seconds and minutes that sometimes felt like hours or even days, I look back and can't believe how fast the last month plus has went. I went to a wedding last night. I danced with my wife. The last few years, whenever I would dance, I just couldnt get into it. I was only hearing the music and not feeling it, if that makes sense. Last night was the complete opposite. Such a difference.

The mornings for me are still kind of tough. I wake up with a gripping anxiety. I have to get out of bed and move around, or my mind starts diving back into that weird dark oblivion. But a cup of decaf and a shower later, and I can control/deal with the anxiety. And it dissipates by lunch time. I do still get the occasional chill, sneeze, yawn. But I am so used to all that now, it will be weird when it all stops. Which I believe will be soon.

I have really picked up my business. I am finally back to my social self. No more awkwardness around people. I feel the connection with even complete strangers I talk to in a grocery store. I believe this is the biggest thing that Suboxone/any opiate steals from us. The ability to connect with people. Whether it is a spouse/significant other, a friend/family member, or even the checkout guy at the local Publix. And to me, those connections are what life is about. Now that I don't have a poison holding me back, I can feel my business(realtor/selling homes) pick back up.

So good luck Blind Ass. it will get worse before it gets better. But, it gets better. Sooooo much better. Do you have any "comfort meds" at all? Do you have someone to support you and hold you accountable? Is your doctor aware of what you're doing? Please do some updates on here often. I am cheering for you.
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Postby The Blind Ass » Sun Dec 18, 2016 5:36 pm

I am chronicling my jump and my thoughts about it in a thread in the general section of the forum.
Im feeling the way that im feeling myself and I dont think any ones ever been this fucking ready before. Im ready for love, im ready for war, im ready for more.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby Lemming1 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 7:10 pm

Hello Everyone,

I feel like I haven't been on here in forever. I feel like my updates will be pretty short and pretty similar from here on out. But, after this holiday weekend, I figured I would hop on and check in. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to everyone. Everything has been going great. I am officially 40 days clean and clear of any opiate. I feel amazing and everyday, I seem to feel a little better. I do still have waves of bad moments hit me. Yawns, sneezes, cold chills, etc. But they are so light and there is so much time in between the waves, they really don't bother me. My anxiety has gone down substantially. In the mornings, I still wake up to worry/anxiety. But that has to be my brain just being low on all the good chemicals. It all goes away once I am up and moving. My sleep is getting pretty close to normal. I no longer take any melatonin or Valerian root. I sometimes have some sleepy time peppermint tea, but really only because I like it. I sleep about 6 hours a night. And, if I am bored in the afternoon, I am able to catch a quick nap once in a while. Which is amazing. Once again, being a Realtor has its perks. Speaking of work, I have been getting back into the swing of things full force lately. As I have mentioned before, the connections I have started to feel with people again is awesome. Those connections are the thing I missed most about life before opiates.

I have seen a therapist a couple times, but I am starting to think I am kind of wasting my time there. He doesn't seem to know a lot about suboxone and I actually feel like I am teaching him about it. Which is weird. Last time I was there, he told me he couldn't believe I was only 30 days off of a strong opiate, which is a great sign. I look and feel amazing right now. In those few moments a day when my brain takes a slight nose dive, I just recognize it and tell myself it isn't real. And soon after that I pull myself out of the depressing oblivion and go about my day.

All in all, I feel strong. I am amazed at how much I have changed in the last 40 days. I feel like I have grown more in the last 40 days than I have in the last 7 years. I see a different man when I look into the mirror right now. Beating this addiction makes me realize I can deal with anything put in front of me. When I think about the weakling I was the first 4 days of the withdrawals, it actually makes me proud of who I am as I type all this. I have so much control over my emotions now. That isn't to say I don't still feel them rush over me, I just know now how to recognize which ones are good/bad/real/fake. Being able to recognize the difference between anxiety and fear and worry is the biggest thing I have learned. They are not the same. I used to equate almost all bad feelings to anxiety. And that isn't smart. Anxiety is crushing. Worry and fear are normal responses that I can deal with. I know now that I don't need to turn to chemicals in order to deal with stuff. I am strong enough to deal with everything on my own.

Well enough rambling. I hope someone reads this thread and realizes life is better without optiates/subs. Because it is. Good luck everyone. Until next time.
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Re: It Can Be Done.....First Week and Beyond.

Postby cheeps » Sun Jan 01, 2017 11:07 am

This is what gettingoff drugs is all about. The only way to get off and feel a new life....is to get off!!! Congratulations on your SUCCESS!!!!
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Postby The Blind Ass » Mon Jan 16, 2017 1:02 pm

Lemming! Yes , yes, yes dude... profound. Keep doing you.
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