Will A Norco Work If I Took Suboxone

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suboxone for 3 days
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i am addicted to norco 10/325 i was taking between 7-10 a day i want to get off of them completely but the withdraws are way to intense i want to know a way to do so safely and comfortably i had my situation is on thursday mid day i had taken my last norco by friday morning i had started feeling the withdrawal i had gotten a 8mg suboxen from a friend and only took half and withdrawal went away really quick all day friday and all day sat i was fine on only the half then sat night i started feeling again the withdrawal so i took the other half the rest of the day i was fine and all day sunday and all day monday.. i have another sub just incase it happens but am i doing this safe and will it work to get off everything completely ## Dear dan, it all depends on how long u we're taken the... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, May 07 '14, 6:41 AM
Can u feel a norco 18 hrs after ur last dose 3mg of suboxone
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I have been on suboxone for I think a little over 3 weeks. I started this to get off of norcos which I took for pain and gained a dependency to. I have chronic pain and cannot function for my daughter, husband, or my management position at work while in so much pain. I would like to be able to take norco here and there to stop my pain. My main question it, I was taking around 8mg of suboxone a day. I took my last dose of suboxone almost 19 hours ago and I am curious if i can take AND FEEL a norco now. How will i know when the suboxone is out of my system so I can get pain relief from norco? Thank you in advance. ## It takes about 3 days for another pain medication to have any effect, after taking Suboxone. You really can't mix Suboxone and other opiates due to the fact that Suboxone... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norco.
Tue, Mar 15 '16, 3:25 PM
Detailed Suboxone help! daily routine that WORKS!!! (Edited with mg)
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Hey, I know it's long but please read if you want to use subs to kick opiates! Iv been taking about 40-50 norocs a day too, somedays more...I think I killed a bottle of 240 in a freaking weekend! I took orally only but i would chew them sometimes for faster results and iv taking them for a long long time...and yes it scary and horrible. Some days i was fighting sleep so hard because i was scared that i might just stop breathing and not wake up! (Iv read stories about how easy it can happen no matter the tolerance level) i even written a letter once in my phone to my fiancée (who has no idea the degree of my addiction) apologizing if that day came... Subs help A LOT! I have gotten off norcos lots of times! Iv felt the feeling of normal emotions and happiness after... Iv been abl... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Feb 19 '14, 5:39 PM
How To Properly Take Suboxone Without A Doctor
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Hi, Im needing some help and support. I'm 21 and I've been addicted to Norcos for 2 years, taking them every day. I was taking 10 a day, then was able to lower myself to 5 a day about a month before I detoxed. I flushed all my pills a little over a week ago an was given suboxone by a friend, to help me withdraw. I have no health insurance and each sub doctor I called was either way too expensive or they had no openings for new patients. So I took a quarter of suboxone, the orange pill, after 15 hours of withdrawal. Sub helped that day and the next day, but after that it had no effect on me and I'm wondering why? My friend who's been on it for months under a doctor's care, said its supposed to give u a little buzz and help with your cravings. But it hasn't worked ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Mar 26 '16, 8:39 AM
can i take norco 15 hours after taking soboxone
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I took a very slim strip of soboxone last night for the first time. Its been 15 hours ago. Is it ok to take a norco 10 now ? ## Hello, Van! How are you? It usually requires a break of about 72 hours, for another opiate to work, after having taken Suboxone, but you should follow your doctor's instructions. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norco.
Tue, Jan 12 '16, 1:55 PM

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