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Suboxone numbness and pain in hands and feet

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Old 04-07-2018, 08:07 AM   #1
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Suboxone numbness and pain in hands and feet

I went off of Suboxone for two years after having been on Suboxone for 3 yrs. When I was on Suboxone the first time around, I reported to my Addiction and Pain Specialist that I was having severe numbness and pain in my hands and swelling. My Doctor performed a nerve damage test on my hands and said that I did indeed have some nerve damage.

It eventually subsided after being on the med for awhile. During the two yes I was off of Suboxone, I had no numbness or pain or swelling. After recently going back on the drug due to my anxiety, depression and new symptoms such as being diagnosed for the first time with bi polar, PTSD, Major anxiety, Clinical depression, and becoming addicted to alcohol, ( which is common when one goes off of Suboxone due to trying to self medicate to get what they are missing from Suboxone), I went through a basket full of meds all to treat these new symptoms and diagnosis. Ultimately just to come back to Suboxone, which was like magic. I haven't had a bi polar, PTSD, anxiety or depression or drank a drop of alcohol. Mind you, I was drinking at least five beers a day and had to or got sick.

However, I have been back on Suboxone about a month or so and the numbness and pain in my hands and feet are back.

So I am certain it is related to Suboxone.

I have noticed that if I take less a day, it subsides. So I really think two things now having been on and off of it for long periods of time.

Suboxone is definetly what causes the numbness, pain and swelling and two, that lowering my dosage helps to subside the numbness, pain and swelling.

I hope this helps you all and if anyone has any other advice for relieving these side effects or knowledge, please do share.

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