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What medication is used to get off of suboxone?

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Dr. Stuart Wasser
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Unfortunately

Only a stepped reduction with non narcotic medication on a prn basis.
After weaning is complete, Naltrexone may be added to get rid of symptoms more quickly.

In brief: Unfortunately

Only a stepped reduction with non narcotic medication on a prn basis.
After weaning is complete, Naltrexone may be added to get rid of symptoms more quickly.
Dr. Stuart Wasser
Dr. Stuart Wasser
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Dr. Cyma Khalily
Psychiatry

In brief: ITSELF!?!

Well the purpose of suboxone is to get off other opiates.
Then you will slowly over time taper off the suboxnoe. The point is taper and slowly. There is not yet another medication to get off this medication. Speak with your treating physician and set up the plan. Good luck! it can work.

In brief: ITSELF!?!

Well the purpose of suboxone is to get off other opiates.
Then you will slowly over time taper off the suboxnoe. The point is taper and slowly. There is not yet another medication to get off this medication. Speak with your treating physician and set up the plan. Good luck! it can work.
Dr. Cyma Khalily
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