I've used the search engine but feel I should offer what worked for me during these past days. I'm currently on day 9 without taking my suboxone and these drugs helped me get through the worst of it, especially the 1st 4 days.
1. Benzos (the xanax helped keep me calm, significantly stopped the chills, and stopped alot of the anxiety)
2. Ambien (I'm sure any of the prescription Z-drugs would help since they work on similar receptors as the benzos, sleeping is a problem for me during wd's)
3. Tramadol (I had to take at least 200mg of it, but it helped, especially with my motivation and mood level, this would also potentially become an addiction because of it's activity at opioid receptors, so it's not harmless by any means)
4. Ibuprofen/Motrin (surprisingly this helped with my aches and pains)
5. Men's one a day multi-vitamin
6. Constant food and drink consumption
7. Clonidine (helps the chills, but caused pretty bad RLS)
8. Immodium AD (the shits, nausea)
9. Anti-depressants (Helps with the mental aspect; I like Trazodone because it not only acts as an anti-depressant, but induces sleep)
9. More opiates (Other than the Tramadol, I wouldn't consider using again but if you happen to get more opiates during withdrawal, I would definetly use them as a weaning tool because they will inevitably put you back at square one all over again, and at best, prolong the current situation)
*After a year and a half of suboxone usage, these drugs helped me tremendously while bearing the longevity of it's withdrawal. Of course if you have problems obtaining the prescription meds, like me on some occasions, the hospital should give you some clonodine or a similar blood pressure medication. My main symptom is usually the severe chills that accompany withdrawal. I jumped off at 2mg and found that even though this is a high dose to jump off at, the worst of it was over after about 5 days. Lastly, I feel taking a hot bath or shower during withdrawal only adds to the skin irritation. You feel good while you're in the tub, but once you step out and dry off, you slowly feel the chills creeping back up your spine and it's a bummer, for me at least. Hoped this helped, and thank you for reading this, if you've made it this far.