Honest ways to get clean

I've dabbled here and there since I was a teenager but nothing serious I might blow a line once or twice a year. Then someone I loved dearly passed away and I didn't take it lightly. I was depressed and ready to blow my career and suboxone is what would gave me the energy to get through the days. I did Perc 30s and oxys too, but not too regularly because I didn't want to get hooked. I had no clue about how bad suboxone was for you and how long it takes to get out of your system until my first withdrawal from hell. Naturally nobody had anything for a few days and I suffered bad. I heard of this stuff called kratom. Its saved my life but I'm hooked on that now and have been for a good year. I can't take the time off from work that I will need and I'm wondering if anybody has any tricks to get that shit out of my system and still be able to function. I've heard DLPA supplements work, but I tried it and it didn't do a thing for me. Maybe it was the brand I bought? Any honest answers from someone who actually knows how this feels please.

Is It Normal?
Help us keep this site organized and clean. Thanks!
[ Report Post ]
Comments ( 7 ) Sort: best | oldest
  • Two things: See a doctor. And enroll yourself in outpatient rehab. Stop all this self medicating trial and error bullshit dude. Get serious or get dead!

    Comment Hidden ( show )
  • Just have to be disciplined enough to stop. Good female friend of mine stopped b/c she did time for her third DUI, and it hit her..Why do I do this? Time to stop..

    Comment Hidden ( show )
  • See a physician and be honest in telling them what drugs you’ve had over the last 12 months. They can ease the withdrawal as your system is cleansed. You should seek a support group.
    Make the time for your physical and mental health, nobody but you can do that.

    Comment Hidden ( show )
    • -
    • Don't they put you on suboxone or methadone to taper you off? Or are there like less invasive ways? I honestly will never touch suboxone again, that stuff is seriously an evil thing to put someone on. I'm also wondering if the medical records can be pulled by an employer? I'm been under the radar afraid of someone knowing. Do you know if an employer can find that out?

      Comment Hidden ( show )
      • -
      • Coming off these drugs is not my area of expertise, which is why you need to see a doc who knows - and be honest there, their job is not to judge, but to treat. I’ve only administered Narcan, and only a few times.
        Unless you have top-secret clearance, are a certain type of federal employee, or are in the military (certain conditions there too), it is illegal for your employer to get your medical records (google HIPAA for full details). Good luck.

        Comment Hidden ( show )
  • Or become the walking dead. How do I know? Guess.

    Comment Hidden ( show )
  • You want to play, you have to pay.

    Comment Hidden ( show )
Add A Comment