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Re: Any hope with subutex?

Posted by baseball55 on June 9, 2013, at 19:33:26

In reply to Re: Any hope with subutex? baseball55, posted by europerep on June 9, 2013, at 7:49:07

I disagree with that. If buprenorphine were as addictive as heroin, what would be the point in switching addicts to it? There are lots of reasons why heroin in particular is very different from other opioids, and I know lots of people (on the internet) who are totally crazy about heroin and despise practically every other opioid.
> But, of course, buprenorphine *is* an opioid, even if it's an atypical one.

i guess I mean it's addictive the way methadone is addictive. You can get it legally, it stays in your system longer than short-acting drugs like heroin or oxycodone, but ultimately you're still addicted. When I used suboxone, I couldn't get off of it and became tolerant to it.




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