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How long should I wait to take Suboxone after my last dose of oxycodone? I can't wait 24 hrs.

How long should I wait to take Suboxone after my last dose of oxycodone? I can't wait 24 hrs.

If you are dependent: on oxycodone, and you take suboxone BEFORE you are in active withdrawal, you will very much wish you had waited!! SUboxone will cause precipitated withdrawal in people who are not already in withdrawal, and precipitated withdrawal is far more severe than naturally developing withdrawal, and can actually be life-threatening, with seizures, delirium and very very severe withdrawal symptoms. ...Read more

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Oxycodone (Definition)

Schedule ii controlled medication. Opioid (semi-synthetic) used ...Read more


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I have been on oxycodone for 4 years 10 mg and now i don't want to take anymore. I don't want to withdrawl.

I have been on oxycodone for 4 years 10 mg and now i don't want to take anymore. I don't want to withdrawl.

Opiate withdrawal: Congratulations! you will not only feel more energetic but also will have a healthier life style. It depends on how many tabs you take a day. Just one tab a day will not cause any withdrawal. If you are taking 4-6 tabs, try to reduce one tab a day till you are down to 1 and then it can be stopped. Slow tapering is the key. Your body may crave it but you have to be strong. Good luck! :-). ...Read more

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I'm currently taking oxycodone for severe disc problems. Why can't i stop taking them without feeling sick ?

Planned withdrawal: You sound as if you are habituated, a physical ailment, not addicted, which is a psycholgical condition. Careful withdrawal under appropriate guidance with adequate non-habituating pain control will keep you from experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms. Seek medical guidance from a caring and skilled physician...And keep it up. You will get there. ...Read more

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Been taking 300mg oxycodone, waited 16 hrs took 4mg suboxone, took another 4mg 10hrs later, then another 2mg later. Still in WD y won't suboxone work?

Wrong dose: Your dose of Suboxone is too low to adequately cover your withdrawal symptoms. You are tapering the dose of your Suboxone and it is not working. You need a higher dose i.e. 8mg twice a day. Talk to your doctor and get some relief from your withdrawals. Best wishes! ...Read more

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How long does it take for roxicodone (oxycodone) to get out your system if you took 2 and you haven't took one in 2 months? I need to know the correct answer

How long does it take for roxicodone (oxycodone) to get out your system if you took 2 and you haven't took one in 2 months? I need to know the correct answer

48 - 72 Hours: The drug is clinically not active after 15 to 20 hours. It is still probably detectable in the bloodstream or urine after three days. It will only be detectable after two months in other tissues such as hair. The exact answer will depend on the patient and other variables. ...Read more

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Only 1 month on Oxycodone 15/4 daily. Changing pain docs. 4 day lapse. Withdrawals? Anything I can do if present dr won't cover these days??

Only 1 month on Oxycodone 15/4 daily. Changing pain docs. 4 day lapse. Withdrawals? Anything I can do if present dr won't cover these days??

Do nothing foolish!: Ask both doctors to help with the gap - ask a pharmacist too. If you need to do it on your own, plan to have a caring person nearby - set up the most comfortable situation you can w/ lot of favorites - music, films, books, food, etc. and discover how you do. People survive under debris in mine collapses, etc. and this will not be that bad. But ask for help - it may be there for you. ...Read more

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Lots of calcium build on pancreas pancreas number was 240 what does that mean oxycodone for pain don't take away all pain what do I do. Any info?

Lots of calcium build on pancreas pancreas number was 240 what does that mean oxycodone for pain don't take away all pain what do I do. Any info?

Calcification: Hi. Your "pancreatic number" means nothing. If that's an amylase or lipase value, then it's elevated, and consistent with pancreatitis. Pancreatic calcification is commonly seen in pancreatitis (especially chronic pancreatitis) due to released lipases generating free fatty acids which form an insoluble precipitate with calcium. Pancreatitis can be serious, and may require hospital admission. ...Read more

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Roxicodone (Definition)

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Oxyir (Definition)

OxyIR is a drug that increases narcotic effects which is a ...Read more