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Re: Buprenorphine-Elizabeth

Posted by Rudiger on June 28, 2001, at 11:22:37

In reply to Re: Buprenorphine Rudiger, posted by Elizabeth on June 27, 2001, at 23:25:17

> I hope that my success with it can offer you a little more hope.

It does. Definitely.

> That's how I discovered it too: I got Vicodin ES (7.5 mg of hydrocodone/tablet) when I had my wisdom teeth out. (I only had two, and they weren't impacted, so it wasn't really all that painful.

I think mine only had 5mg of hydrocodone. The Vocodin actually ran out before the pain did. I spent a few extra days in agony because I wanted to avoid any chance of getting "addicted." Not that the surgeon ever mentioned that I might need more.

> Yeah, I remember that too! I had general anaesthesia for the procedure, and after it wore off the nurse who assisted the oral surgeon gave me a Vicodin ES. I started feeling *fine*

I had to wait about six hours for my Vicodin because I was in a study-ouch. What I won't do for science. Ok, it also saved me an enormous amount of money.

> I tried Provigil briefly. I had some trouble with agitation, but I was also on Parnate at the time. Why Celexa, though?

I've been on it for awhile. I had to stay on it for the duration of a depression study I'm currently in.

> What part of the country do you live in?

The middle part. Upper Midwest to be more precise. Any thoughts?




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