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 Subutex Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic, mixed agonist–antagonist opioid receptor modulator that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages, to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages and to control moderate chronic pain in even smaller doses.[3] It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and/or naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tablets for moderate to sever...
subutex mgs
What's the difference between the small and large pill an which is stronger the 2mg or the 8mg? ## Hello, Sherrie! How are you? When it comes to medications, please don't let them confuse you. As applies in most other situations, the relevance of numbers in medications is the same, so the higher the number, the stronger the dosage. Learn more Subutex details here. This is a narcotic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. As to the specifics on the pills you mentioned, them sizes don't mean anything, so I can't tell you anything about them without more information. Can you please post back with the markings on them? Thanks! ## Size DOESN'T matter but the strength goes ... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Subutex.
Wed, Jan 22 '14, 8:14 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 255878
Subutex To Help My Come Down From Meth
I got super high on meth tonite but want to aleviate the crash will subutex work. ## I'm not sure about Subutex, but I would definitely recommend using Activated Charcoal for this purpose (which can be bought at your local health food store). According to Dr. Al Sears, MD. he wrote an article that spoke of: "Most poisons in your body are attracted to charcoal even prescription drugs. Since your body reacts to most prescription drugs as toxins (thats why there are so many side effects to meds), activated charcoal taken orally will often adsorb prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs, too. . The activated charcoal will fight the poisoning from a medication overdose. Thats why every emergency room carries it. It is also used in many different detox programs to help abso... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Wed, Dec 26 '12, 2:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 239680
Need help getting off subutex
Hi guys. I have been on subutex for almost 3 months now. I've got myself down to 4-8 mgs a day. Most days 4. I have a neck injury and need proper pain meds. How long do the withdrawals last? I've got a few lortab 10's to help. Please and thank you !!! ## you want to get your dose as low as you can get it before you jump. i was on subs for 5 yrs & jumoed at taking 8 to 12 mgs a day & i went thru a very rough ride! im now 45 days off subs. my acute w/d lasted around 20-22 days but started easing up around the 16th day. after that its mostly mental like anxiety & depression. you may not w/d that long cause they say the longer someone is on them the longer their w/d will be, just like the higher the dose the worse the w/d. thats why i say if u can lower your dose as ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Subutex.
Mon, Aug 25 '14, 11:05 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 271685
take subutex and suboxone together
I ran out of subutex last night can I take suboxone today ## Hi Ash, Based on my research, there are no drug interactions listed between Subutex and Suboxone. So with that being said, I wouldn't anticipate having any problems when switching between one or the other. Also, because Subutex contains the same active ingredient "Buprenorphine", taking the two meds together or within a short a time frame of one another would also be similar to just having an higher dose of Suboxone. Is your doctor also aware that you're taking both medications? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 10:47 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 249964
First Day On Subutex.
I woke up in WD and took a Subutex immideately. After about 45mins I still didn't feel too well, so I took another and feel much better now. Is this okay? I just read of people taking QUARTERS and it kinda freaked me out. Hah. Is it just that I may have a higher tolerance? ## What dosage have you been instructed to take, or are you trying to self-treat? If you're trying to self-treat, you should be aware that Subutex contains a very potent narcotic, you can learn more Buprenorphine details here and it can be very dangerous. Usually, the dosage is very precisely calculated to help prevent withdrawal symptoms. ## I'm self treating but I immediately went to just taking one a day. ## I forgot to mention that I was coming off of H. From doing a little less than a g to 1 Subtutex ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Fri, Mar 01 '13, 10:37 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 242178
does subutex really do the trick?
Ive been using opiates for a few years now and im just gettin sick and tired of the bull thats involved with it. I cop my pills illegally and its only a matter of time before something happens. My tolerance levels are threw the roof and im looking to use subutex to get threw the day. I dont even get high anymore unless i do an excessive amount. Im looking into subutex so i can have energy to work. I work a very physically demanding job and unless i am on opiates i have no drive to get things done when i am working. My question is does subutex give you that push to get threw the day? ## Subutex contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, which is an opiate, so it does prevent the normal withdrawals that one would experience when stopping the other drugs of choice. However, it has to be... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Sat, Oct 05 '13, 3:23 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 211300
Dilaudid and Subutex
I had a knee surgery yesterday. I have been using subutex to help me taper narcotics. I stopped the subutex 2 weeks before surgery. My doctor prescribed both percocet and oxycontin. I am getting no pain relief. The iv Dilaudid worked in the hospital. Has anyone used Dilaudid by pill at home ## I have suffered with chronic neck and back pain for years due to disk and nerve problems. My Dr. switched me from oxycontin to diulaudid (4-8 mg) and it worked for the first 9 mos. or so, then I got no relief. Many people get sick on it or very itchy. I am now on a higher dosage of Percoset. ## Are you familiar with subutex? ## No, I'm not. ## It is a new drug that has some pain killing ability. It is a controlled substance. When you take it other narcotics don't work. So it is good for so... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Hydromorphone.
Wed, Sep 17 '14, 9:38 AM   61  Subscribe to thread 160101
Pregnancy on subutex
I'm 32 and I have been an opiate addict for about 3 years. It started innocently as treatment for my RA and just blew out of control. I tried detox and all that before and ended in failure, so I found a good Dr and started suboxone treatment and have not touched a pain pill since. However 4 months ago I found out I was pregnant and rather than risk a miscarriage from withdraw my Dr changed my script to subutex. I'm truly terrified of my labor because I have a phobia of needles so an epidural is out of the question for me. My Dr said they can give me a higher dose of pain meds thru my labor for pain but I'm so scared they will overdose me or harm the baby. What are the risks of taking pain medication while on the subutex does anyone know. ## I am not going to deny that labor ... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Subutex.
Tue, Dec 24 '13, 11:42 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 230960
taking generic subutex
I have the relatively new generic for subutex. It's round and white with the numbers 54 411 on one side and blank on the other. I was wondering if u ingest this sublingual like the original or if u swallow it. Please let me know. ## This is an 8mg Buprenorphine tablet, the active ingredient in Subutex and yes, it is meant to be used sublingually. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I took only a quarter of the generic subutex. about 43 hours ago and now i need to take a vicodon. dose any one know if its ok to do that. Cuz i heard if you take it to soon you can get withdrawl symptons or you have to take more than usual because of the opiet recepters.?????????? ## It should be fine, but you may nite get the full effect of the vicodin due to the high affinity to the receptor... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Tue, Aug 21 '12, 5:57 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 208270
i took 4 oxycodone when wake up can take a subutex without getting sick
U took 4 7.5s perks around midnight will I go into withdraws if i take a 54 411 around 10am ## Dear highboi1989, u must wait until u r in withdrawals b 4 u can take the sub. If not, u could get sick and feel like crap. U should not take both together, either. It could b dangerous. So, remember, wait until u r withdrawing b 4 u take the subs. GOOD LUCK! ## There is nothing in Subutex to counteract other opiates, so someone does not have to be in full withdrawal to take it. Subutex contains only the opiate Buprenorphine. It does not contain the Naloxone that Suboxone does which so why you must be in full withdrawals, before you can take it. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, May 09 '14, 10:44 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 263485
What is better subutex or suboxin
I really wanna stop using opiates but i find that unless i am under the influence of them i have no ambition to work. I am done getting high and wanna clean my life up.I been taking subutex and find that its making me depressed. It helps me get threw the day and gives me motivation to work.I take suboxin but it makes me sick to my stomach and sometimes i vomit. Is there a way to help with these symptoms ## THe symptoms you are describing are normal side effects of the Buprenorphine that is in both Suboxone and Subutex, because it is still a narcotic opiate. However, the reason that Suboxone may be making you more nauseated is because it also contains Naloxone, which is used to help prevent the abuse of other narcotics, while someone is under treatment with this and it can throw you into... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Subutex.
Sat, Apr 23 '11, 9:36 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 211478
please help 'Surgery And Subutex and oxycontin'
I take 24 mg subutux, I was told to stop taking it 2 days prior to surgery an was prescribed 10 mg oxycodone 4 times a day for withdrawel. I has surugery yesterday and was told to double the oxygen and take 20 mg every 4 hours. l I can not sleep I am in withdrawel and in agony. ## Did you contact your doctor? The Buprenorphine in Subutex is a very strong narcotic opiate, so you might not be on a high enough dosage of the Oxycodone to actually help. I can understand their not wanting you to take it for surgery, but did they say why they didn't want you going back on it afterwards? It can handle pain and would have avoided these types of problems. ## I feel awful for you have you told them yet...if so go to the er! ...
Updated 7 months ago in Subutex.
Mon, Feb 24 '14, 9:11 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 230835
side affects from hip c
Son has Hip C and needs treatment. He is also on Subutex (3 per day) . At night, he seems to become off balance and experiences confusion. Is this a normal side affect? ## Hello, Grace! How is he doing? Did you mean Hepatitis C? Does he take the Subutex for addiction treatment? If so, those may be withdrawal symptoms and he may need a bit of a higher dose. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Subutex.
Mon, Feb 24 '14, 12:28 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259394
I am almost free from this hell...
I like a lot of other people got addicted to opiates by a doctor that convinced me of a back problem that I never had..at the worst part of my addiction I could swallow 50 pills a day. I was in my addiction for 5 years. I started on 8 mg of suboxone a year ago and due to the cost my dr. put me on 8 mg subutex.. I have since cut myself down to 4mg and can tell no difference from the 8-4mg. I am now in school and more excited than ever. My life has completely changed. I have no desire to get high and if that is what anyone on this medication is looking to do, forget it.. You are defeating the purpose and wasting your money..My goal is to be completely off of this medication in the next 3 months. ## Hi there it was great to blame a doctor but you went with a symptom in the first place ...i... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Subutex.
Wed, Oct 20 '10, 6:36 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 208339
how much suboxone to reach ceiling effect
Want to know how many 8mg suboxone strips it takes to reach the 'ceiling effect' which docs say is equivalent to 30mg of methadone? ## Sub dr. told me 32mg or 4 of the 8/2 strips. In my opinion thats way too much sub for anyone to be on anyways. ## I never felt suboxone, whether I took 1 or 4, subutex ceiling affect for me was 4 or 32 mg... ## Hey christian777, Your not suppose to feel suboxone. It doesn't make you high. You might feel something very slightly at first but that goes away quickly and you just feel normal. Ceiling effect just means that after so many mgs the drug just can,t do anymore for you. Thats why when someone needs more than lets say 30mgs of methadone to "feel right " suboxone may not be the best choice for them. Methadone has no ceiling effect ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Nov 24 '13, 3:19 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 256029
What do suboxone look like?
A friend of my husbands mentioned that he was taking subxone. I was curious as to what it was. He showed one to me but it looks exactly like a generic percocet but has different numbers. They are a round white pill with nothing on one side and on the other are the numbers 54 411. however, the only description i'm finding is oval and orange. Is this suboxone or something else? ## A white circle pill with nothing imprinted on either side is it a generic suboxone? ## There is no generic for Suboxone. Suboxone itself is an orange octagon tablet. It has N8 on one side and what looks like a high cross on the other side. There is a generic for Subutex. It is a white tablet and has 54 411 on one side. The 54 is above the 411. Hope this helps. Instead of relying on people who will take advan... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Jul 03 '13, 11:42 AM   13  Subscribe to thread 202850
BUPRENORPHINE OR METHADONE
WHICH IS BETTER???? I have been on a dose of 150mg of Methadone for approx. 8 or so years. I just recently heard of this drug Buprenorphine which is taken instead of Methadone. Does anyone know if this line of treatment is better or worse than Methadone treatment for Opiate Addicts such as myself????? Thank You Very Much Wendell Maddox ## I used to be addicted to oxycontins, I started taking methadone but figured it wasnt any better for me than the oxy's. The buprenorphine is probably a better way for you to go. I am now on suboxone. They started me off with a med called subutex and you take it for the first three days and then they switch you to suboxone they are two different meds. One blocks only one receptor and the other blocks both. To get high, you need these two receptors to... ...
Updated 16 days ago in Buprenorphine.
Mon, Oct 13 '14, 5:42 PM   23  Subscribe to thread 168045
is suboxone or methadone better?
hi i'm a 29 yr old male with chron's disease and a very high tolerance to pain relief and i was just wondering if subutex/suboxone was better than the methadone for pain management i have been on 20mg of oxys twice a day for about 6 months and they only work when i double dose or boot em up and now the doctors are talkin about putting me on the beup or methadone program and i'm not sure which one has more merit if ya know what i mean lol ## The Buprenorphine in the Suboxone is stronger and doesn't have the same addictive tendencies that the Methadone does. People who no longer need it for pain, or addiction treatment, often have better luck tapering off and becoming medication free, as compared to Methadone, where they often require a lifetime maintenance dose. The withd... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Nov 24 '11, 1:52 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 224843
 Butrans Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic, mixed agonist–antagonist opioid receptor modulator that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages, to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages and to control moderate chronic pain in even smaller doses.[3] It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and/or naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tablets for moderate to sever...

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