Citation: xSRHxCabo0se. "Heavy Stuff...: An Experience with Buprenorphine (Suboxone) (exp71185)". Erowid.org. Apr 1, 2019. erowid.org/exp/71185
The doses described in this report are potentially life threatening. The amount taken is beyond a heavy dose and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Doses such as this have been known to cause hospitalizations and/or deaths. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]
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Ok so this is my first time writing an experiance but I've read plenty and felt it was my turn. Yesterday was may 14, 2008 and my friend who ill call brett is over coming heroin addiction. Recently he took a turn for the worse and stop taking his Suboxone and back to heroin which him and me smoked all day the day before. So he said I just dont know what I'm going to do with them, so I offered to try them and so he gave me two 8mg tablets that I was supposed to dissolve under my tounge.I took both one right after another and little did I know that was A LOT. I'm not a frequent opiate user and the day b4 was my first time ever doing heroin. I had done morphine pills that were 100 mg twice before but that was it.
So back to the story. I was at another friends house who ill call jennifer. Now me and her have been friends since we were 4 years old(I'm now 20) when I took the pill. I was in for a HUGE high. It started off really slow, calm relaxed no more neck and back pain. The usual. Then, my high kept climbing to were I could barely move or speak. I ended up having to go home and call my ex gf because I was having a panic attack from the huge high I was getting and she helped me calm down. So I stayed on the phone with her for 4-5 hours while I was completely fucked up and I was just mumbling and falling asleep which I did twice.
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