Can Both Zopiclone And Suboxone Be Taken Together?

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Julie Says:
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Can zopiclone and suboxone be taken together. I have been on zopiclone for years and just about to start suboxone for ptsd and chronic pain



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Julie! How are you?

While they can be taken together, in theory, and should only cause more dizziness, drowsiness, and nausea, than taking them alone, according to the NIH, Suboxone can be very tricky, so it would be best to double check with your doctor to be sure.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Kan Says:
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I have been on zoplicone for 7 years and started Suboxone 20 days ago. I noticed I only have to take half the dose I use to and it works just as good if not better for helping me sleep as the full dose did.


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