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Will Clonidine Sertraline Suboxone Withdrawal
Clonodine will: Clonodine does help someone cope with the symptoms of opioid withdrawal. I usually add this medication into the titration initial hours when the patient has alot of GI symptoms of withdrawal. I generally recommend taking suboxone and not just going off opioids due to the very high rate of relapse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suboxone is a semi-synthetic opiate. Opiate withdrawal refers to the variety of signs and symptoms that occur after discontinuing or decreasing the use of opiates after a period of regular use. Withdrawal is very uncomfortable but not life threatening. Symptoms of withdrawal include dilated pupils, goose bumps, insomnia, agitation, sweating, muscle aches, increased tearing, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. These symptoms are most intense after about 2 days of discontinuation and can last ...Read more
I've been on Zoloft (sertraline) and GABA do about 3 years and klonopin and Suboxone for five months or so. How can I get off of these mess without withdrawal?
Hello I'm prescribed clonidine .01mg for bp and was wondering if any nasty drug interactions happen with Suboxone for withdrawal. Beside BP drop.
I took suboxone too soon after opiaye use - can I take clonidine to relieve at least a little of the precipitated withdrawals? Please I am in pain
Talk to your doctor : The answer to your question is "yes" you can take clonidine to alleviate opiate withdrawal symptoms precipiated by Suboxone. You can also take additional comfort medications such as Motrin, Bentyl, (dicyclomine) and Immodium for muscle aches, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea respectively. Hope this information helps. ...Read more
Treat symptoms: Opiate withdrawal refers to the wide range of symptoms that occur after stopping or dramatically reducing opiate drugs after heavy and prolonged use (several weeks or more). Treatment involves supportive care and medications. The most commonly used medication, clonidine, primarily reduces anxiety, agitation, muscle aches, sweating, runny nose, and cramping. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: It depends on the daily dose the person was last receiving before stopping. Short term, the most severe withdrawal symptoms generally do not last much longer than three to five days or up to about a week. The longer term return to normal functioning for anyone coming off opiates can last much longer, even up to six months to one year. That has been called post acute withdrawal syndroms or paws. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Do it slowly: If you are experiencing significant withdrawal, the best choice is to reduce the taper (if you were coming down 2 mg at a time, go by 1 mg; if you were reducing it every day, reduce it every second or third day). Other medications for treating symptoms - ibuprofen/tylenol for pain, pepto bismol for stomach cramps/diarrhea, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to help sleep etc.) as well as prescribed Clonidine can be helpful. ...Read more
The box and withdrawal: Suboxone , as far as i'm concerned , is a lifesaver drug but it does have the downside of being difficult for many to stop. There's no set way or medication regime , standard regime , to help. The best way that i know of is to go down on your dose very slowly, by months , and then weeks ; then skipping days. All that said the use of Clonidine might help ...Read more
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