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Injecting Suboxone Film
The truth: Is always the best! so tell ur doc what u want and follow his/her advice even if it is different from tour request, it will be the best for u & ur health. Be brave and honest, u will feel better. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I accidently took one more Suboxone film than I am supposed to, I normally do two daily but I forgot I took one and took another. Will I be ok? Scared
Yes, you'll be OK: Depends on your dose. Even if you are on 8 mg films, the worse that can happen is you feel more withdrawal symptoms from the added naloxone. These generally go away in a day. Because Suboxone stays around for 24 hours, you may want to ask your provider if a lower dose the next day is advisable. Do not take benzos to treat any anxiety, and call your prescribing doctor if your symptoms get worse. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am currently on 10mgs of Suboxone film a day and i just started having horrible cravings.Should i say something to my dr?What will happen if i do?
Take a deep breath : May need a higher dose, but that is usually done if one had withdrawal symptoms on their current dose and not just for craving. Try to identify any triggers and work with your doctor to deal with them. Cravings are usually short lived and can be worked through with proper behavioral tools. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
No: Put it under your tongue. Tell your doctor what you are experiencing. If you are high on other opiates, adding suboxone may put you into withdrawal. Did you get sick when you took it the first time in the doctor's office? ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
It is safe: It is safe to cut the films. Cover them after cutting. If you expose them to air, they may lose their effect. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have a question i took 1 suboxone film yesterday at 6am how long do i need to wait until i can take my oxycontin again?
Follow order: I am hoping that these are prescribed by a doctor that knows you. If they are, then follow whatever directions you were given. If not, you need to find a doc that can manage all of your meds, preferably an addictions or pain management specialist. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Is the 2mg film strip Suboxone used in tapering a patient's dosage to the point of totally doing without the medication?
Suboxone: how to?: Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone), an opiate replacement, should be taken exactly as prescribed by your doc. This is most commonly, when prescribed as a film, by placing the film under the tongue and allowing the film to dissolve completely. Don't swallow the film, drink, or talk while waiting for the film to dissolve (talking makes it take longer). If you've any questions check with ur doc :) ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
How long does it take to detox from suboxone? I was prescribed the film and not sure how many mg i was taking.
Depends : Suboxone contains both Buprenorphine and naloxone. Both have a relatively long half life so would likely take 1-2 weeks before not detectable on drug screen if that is what you are concerned about. Fortunately detox is much less traumatic than with shorter acting opiates. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have an addiction to injecting drugs. Curremtly i inject speed, oxy & i just got introduced to suboxone.
Intravenous route is: One of the fastest ways to deliver a substance. The rate of unintended fatal overdose has risen dramatically in recent years. Other consequences of IV use include hiv, hepatitis c, infections, seizures, cardiac arrest. The Naloxone in suboxone will cause major withdrawal of any pure opioids that may be occupying your opioid receptors. This is seriously dangerous behavior. Get help, please. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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