Does Suboxone Block Morphine

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can i take suboxone and morphine sulfate together
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I take suboxone 12/3 mg once a day. Can I take one 100 mg morphine sulphate with it once a day? ## Hi Rob, According to umm.edu, suboxone shouldn't be taken with any opioids (i.e. morphine), since it can block its effects and potentially send you into immediate withdrawals - accompanied by a number of undesirable side effects such as increased anxiety, insomnia, nausea, difficulty breathing, sweating, cramps, etc. Having read that, it sounds to me like the wisest thing to do would probably be to contact your doctor about alternative ways to manage your pain in the event that suboxone 'or' morphine doesn't get the job done on their own. Some feedback I've read in other threads here even recommend trying methadone over suboxone; stating that it works better for their p... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Apr 05 '15, 2:54 PM
methadone and morphine together
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MY HUSBAND HAS BLADDER CANCER AND WAS PRESCRIBED 20 MG OF METHADONE EVERY MORNING. HE WAS ALSO GIVEN MORPHIN SULFATE 60 MGS TWICE A DAY. HOW SHOULD THESE MEDICINES BE TAKEN. ## Debra,i dont know why his dr. prescibed both Methadone and Morphine.The Meth. is known to block or cancel out the effects of the Morphine. ## i take 30mg 6 times aday plus 135mg of methadone a day for stomach cancer pain is it safe what are the dangers ## First of all methadone is not a blocker. People mistake it for suboxone because they are both used in opiate withdraw treatment. They first made methadone in world war II...when China cut Germany off from poppy trade. Hitler had his science goons make somthing to substitute opiate pain killers and Bam methadone is born. First used as a pain killer for many years... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Methadone.
Tue, Sep 01 '15, 6:36 AM
I've been on Subs for 2 years...
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Last night I was taken to the ER, for an intestinal blockage, this morning they gave me Morphine for the pain... but I am out of ER now and tomorrow I want go back onto the Subs. Will I go into precip w/d's or should I wait longer? ## Hi Joshua, Sorry to hear about your current situation. Hopefully you're still getting some relief from the Morphine they gave you. Regarding your wanting to go back on Subs, a lot of patients on here say it's usually best to wait until withdrawals have started in order for Suboxone to be fully effective. So in my opinion it may be better to wait a little longer first. But I also think you should probably discuss this with your doctor as soon as you're able to, just to be on the safe side. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 11:20 AM


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