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    northoceanbeach is offline Junior Member
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    Default how long does suboxone block H

    form a purely experimental standpoint, how long does being on suboxone, or after having stopped taking it, will opiates affect you again. the fist time i took suboxone i strart shootin g up after i have got down to 1/4 and it didn't work. well i dropped the suboxone and kept shooting for two weeks until one day it worked again. the second time i quit sub and two months later tried H and it worked fine. the third and last time i took 2mg of sub and 2 days later shot up. to no affact. i continuied to shott for 5 weeks until i gave up and there was never anything, and i wasn't taking sub after that first shot. so i am curious. reall curios. i'mnot trying to find a way to shoot on my suboxone, cause i've already quit that. i just want to know what your experiences for relapsing were like. and for people on sub, it is goo to know how long after you stop taking does it block. say for a lot of people it blocks for a week well if they knew thry were being blocked in that fragile relapse time for them that could keep them from using. so what have your experiences been. and also is it the longer you take sub the longer after you stop it blocks>\? that doesn't seem to be the case with me because the one time i took two week to get it started i had been on sub for 2 months. but gradually less. the other time when it lasted five+ weeks, i had on;y taken 2 mg a day for 4 days, and than that blocked it for 5 weeks? that didn't make sense, and i have always wanted to know why it worked like that. the dr. and literature says it should block for about 72 hrs. but i never experienced that. what a bout you?

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    I've experienced three days. But I haven't relapsed lately. (over a year)
    Why are you even taking Sub if you still want to get high?
    "It takes what it takes"

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    i' have just stopped taking sub, and i have no p;ans to use anytime soon. i was just always so curios while after taking 2 mg pills once a day, four days in a row, then started shooting for five weeks. the junk never worked. that's just been buggin me all year. i want to know why it worked like that. just reserve you judgment on me, it just a question with maybe not all the implications you thing it has.

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    I can see how some people may actually find this thread helpful in preventing relapse, though at first it seems the opposite. In that difficult time when relapse is highly likely, it seems like it could help to know that you are pretty unlikely to even be ABLE to get high.

    I know it was one of the reasons I decided on the suboxone route. I liked that there was "no turning back" to some degree, that the sub would not peel off those receptors easily. Before I began the detox I was living the hell and could not lie to myself. After a few days it's bit easier to tell yourself pretty lies, ya know?

    Just a thought.

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    yes, so say, you have recently quit suboxone like i have. now the dr's say in block about 72 hours,. but for me shootin constantly for five weeks i never felt anything. i thought that was so bizzrre. we are the researchers here. we should the how's and why's of everything imho. so to someone that had been on h for a year, then took a short 2 week, whatever sub detox, now you are on nothing, if you knew it blocks for five weeks evertime and that wasn't jusst an anomoloy, you could just brush any cravings aside.

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