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My suboxone doctor prescribed me diazepam and cellexa.When I woke, I'd lost my job and stole from a

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 25, 2014
  • 04:59 PM

Suboxone+diazepam+cellexa. I picked up my prescription on my way into work. Throughout the day, I managed to lose my job and get a petty theft charge by walking out of a store with a pair of shorts. I don't recall almost any of it. I have a history of opiate addiction, which is why I take suboxone. I don't understand why I would have done anything like this. Now I have to answer for stealing and I'm not a thief. I guess I'm just looking for an explanation

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  • Your pharmacist is actually the best person to talk to regarding mixing medications. Best of luck. I hope life takes a turn for the better for you.
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  • I would ask your doctor if he would change you to subutex instead of suboxone I hated suboxone and felt really weird to but I wasn't taking Valium which is a horrible combo anyway.. I suggest changing and you will love the difference in the way you feel. Stop taking the other meds and take a calming tea or melatonin pill..
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