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Buprenorphine + Naloxone / Suboxone 8mg-2mg

I took this medicine to get off of Hydrocodone. I don't even take a quarter of a whole one a day. I usually take a sliver about a quarter of an inch or less a day and that's all. I have been taking this small amount for about a yr. maybe a little longer? My question is I want to get off this now as well and be 100% clean. Im worried about withdrawal and need info to combat any withdrawal I may have especially the Mental aspect of the withdrawal. I take xanax by prescription and have no desire to quit taking it. I take the Xanax for other problems that came about long before any other addictions. So I would like some advice to get off Suboxone once and for all with the least amount of Mental symptoms, other meds I could use, proven home remedies, or anything proven to work? I fee...

Buprenorphine and Naloxone rash

I get 2 strips of Buprenorphine/Naloxone daily. 8mg. Been on about 2 yrs. Anyone else get a rash from these? What is in these that would cause this? Was on pain management for years but that became a nightmare and way too much work with all new laws. I was on for 30 plus yrs. Subs are much easier to get a monthly script for. What's up with the 2 yr rash? I drink 8 or 9 waters a day. I'm not dehydrated. Not a sub fan at all but they do the job. Anyone else get a constant rash from the strips? Don't bother saying I could stop them. Had 6 yrs sober, plus the subs keep me out of prison. I tried every lotion cream available. I have to grease my hands every night and wear gloves to bed as my hands cracked so bad. So, back to the rash. Any info please? Thanx. ## What kind of rash a...

Suboxen tablets

Does anyone no what pill is better or are they the same? Today my pharmacy gave me the orange 54-375 but i was taking a white pill with 155 on it the orange one is a little smaller. And just dont seem like it would work as good i think Roxanne is the maker can any one help me? I switched pharmacy to save money 20 bucks less for 60 not sure if this is good also these came 60 loose were the white ones are individually wraped thanks jim ## The size of the pill is not relevant, that really just depends on what inactive ingredients they decided to use in it. However, the dosages are the same, it is listed by Roxane as containing 8mgs of Buprenorphine, and 2mgs of Naloxone (base). The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizzine...

orange pill with 54 375

I'm new to these kinds of meds. I need to know how to take it? I placed it under my tongue yesterday and man the taste was awful!!! ## It is a sublingual tablet, a generic for Suboxone and not everyone appreciates the flavor. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change?

buprennorphine 8.2 mg sl oxycodone

buprenorphin naloxon 8,2 mg sl oxycoddone 30 mg ## Hello, Blue! How are you? What specifically did you need to know about these mediations? The FDA lists these are being narcotic analgesics, so they have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Suboxone is most commonly used to treat drug addiction and Oxycodone is most commonly used for severe pain.


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