Gabapentin And Suboxone Drug Interaction

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Kc Says:
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I take 4 mgs of suboxone everyday and it's been like 5 hours since I took my suboxone. Is it ok to take a gabapentin?

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Verwon Says:

The FDA recommends that they usually not be taken together, since they can both cause depression of the central nervous system, which could lead to severe health consequences and has been known to cause death, in some case.

Have they both been prescribed for you? Are you on any other medications?

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Jodie Says:
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Yes, Neurontin 10 yrs, Suboxone 4 months and not one problem. There's more to the story. She complaines about everything I do and take and refused to give them to me, yet another Walgreens did. She hates me. And now has cost me 60$ more than I usually paid. I am so frustrated and don't know where to go from here.

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Bg Says:
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Yes u can, gabapentin is not a controlled substance.

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Trish the dish Says:
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It is safe and you will not get sick but may cause depression.

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Vickki Says:
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No it’s not recommended because adding gabapentin to an opiate is increasing the percentage of respiratory depression and accidental overdosages. Plus it can cancel tolerance to opiates.

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Rob Says:

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I don't know about the interaction but I can tell you that gabapentin will soon be off my drug list. I have never had a problem with depression but the past three day something is going on that I don't like. I have been on gabapentin for about three weeks and not only has it changed my mood but I can't feel it's done a thing for my legs. Trade one problem for another. Less drugs, not more.

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Patricia Says:
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Yes my spouse and I take 24mg of suboxone every day and he takes 2 400mg of gabapentin a day there is nothing to worry about this is all prescribed by our doctor Billie Cartwright.

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