After Suboxone When To Take Morphine

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MJ Says:

I don't take suboxone on a regular basis. I took a quarter dose of suboxone today. When can i take my other pain medication?

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Verwon Says:

You'll need to wait about 72 hours, otherwise the Suboxone will just block the effect of the Morphine.

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?

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Dragon Says:
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Does that count if you have been taking it for u months too? Been in subutex for 7 months for pain management and I can't afford it so I'm going back to my percocet 7.5s. Any advice verwon? It cost me about 500 a month for my subs. And my percocets were 4 dollars a month. I'm getting surgery in November sometime and I want to be done for good I've been on medicine for such a long time after my surgery I want to change into a healthy lifestyle.

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lee lee Says:
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I took an 8 milligram Suboxone at 12 o'clock this afternoon. I was just in a bad accident, my lung is punctured, and my back is killing me with terrible muscle spasms. They want to give me morphine. Would it help with the pain, and can I take it?

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Roy Says:

Sorry to hear about your accident lee lee! Be sure to tell the hospital staff of this and any other medications which you have taken recently since they will need to add that info to your chart. If they determine that it would be okay to give you a dose of morphine or any other pain medication as part of your treatment then they need to factor the Suboxone time in.

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