Straydog, my problem was that the doctor knew I was taking oxycontin at the time and didn't tell me about
the withdrawals I could get if I mixed the two. Then several years later I had a neurologist offer it to me even though she knew I was taking Methadone at the time and she had no idea about
the withdrawals either. I really think doctor's should know more about
Stadol before prescribing it, cause withdrawals are horrible. But their has to be a reason why it's illegal in most States. But I'm sure it works great for people not already tolerent to other opiods, but I know it's the only pain medication thats ever made me see things that wernt there, which of course threw me into a full blown panac attack. I even had the same happen to friend when she was given Stadol during labor, I felt so aweful for her. And with Suboxone a doctor has to go thru classes and get certified to prescribe it at all, so the doctor's that prescribe Suboxone know what you can and cant take with it. And if they took Suboxone off the market it wouldn't be that big of deal to me, cause I would just go back to the pain specialist, but I would feel aweful for the other people taking it, cause most of them cant get other narcotics cause they abused every doctor out there. I know I took the nasal form of stadol just once and that was enough for me, I emptied the rest down the drain.
I have Migraines, Pancreatic Divisum, Severe lower back pain, Fibromyalgia, Asthma from Chronic Bronchitis
Meds: Suboxone 8mg 3xday, Cymbalta 60mg @ night,
Zanaflex 2-4 mg @ night as needed, Treximet as needed,
Ventolin Albuterol Inhaler as needed which seems to be everyday.
Been on Diability since I was 22 for Migraines and chronic Pancreatitas(started the processes when I was 19, I'm 25 now) but am working to get off of it ASAP,I want to be a nurse and work at a Impatient rehab with people with addictions of all kinds