How Long Does It Take To Get 2 Days Worth Of Ultram Out Your System And Be Able Soboxone

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jill Says:

I want to start back taking soboxone, but am afraid after taking 2 days of ultram, that I will go into withdrawals. How long should I wait before taking soboxone?CLCDR

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Verwon Says:

It is doubtful that you would experience withdrawals, if you have only taken it for 2 days, the Tramadol in it, while being an opioid, it not like other narcotics and is not very potent.


What has your doctor advised?

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Hlprnurse Says:

I've been on suboxone for 3 and am finally starting to taper off. About a yr.and a hlf. Ago my mother was spiking my coffee with ultram so i'd flunk my toxes (great mother huh?) not knowing i was still taking my subs. When i found out through the tox results of course i was furious! I knew i hadn't taken any and she had access to some and made my coffee every morn.didn't take much to out. But i still continued to take my subs and wasen't advised not to. And ultram has such a low addictive quality there aren't really much withdrawls associated. Besides suboxone is meant to treat opiate withdrawl and cravings. I think you'll be fine. Wow i just noticed you posted that last yr. So you're prob. Fine now lol.

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Pam Says:

i too have been taking tramadol my last dose several hours ago. however i am craving stronger opiates and want to take part of a suboxone. will this make ill?

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tracy Says:

I had a hysterectomy a week ago. I was given oxycodone but mt boyfriend had to go back to work yesterday. I called my Dr and asked for ultram (thinking it was not a narcotic.)

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Sue Says:
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Tramadol, ultram, is addictive, and taken over say a month, then stopping you will go into withdrawals, taking say 2 a day. I took it for 15 yrs.and as of last year, it is now a controlled substance.

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