How Much Suboxone Did The Doctor Prescribe You?

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AWN Says:


The Doc put me on 5 a day 8mg pills. In all 40mg a day. It makes me really tired during the day, then at night I have Insomnia. I guess it's better then taking Opiates again. It's truely changed my life? If only I can sleep!



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Billy Green Says:

My doctor started me on four a day, which happens to be way to much. I don't know the exstent of your using but I can tell you that I was bad as they come. If you want to sleep then stop taking so much, no one needs that much suboxone. After a while It becomes a regular part of your life which I am sure you know. I now take only eight milligrams a day, I have been on them for nine months. After forcing myself to lower my dose my sleep paterns became one hundred times better. I went from over three hundred milligrams of oxycontin shot intervenously to one little pink pill a day. It truly is a wonder drug, my side effects are a little different now. Anyways, I would encourage you to stop taking so much, I promise you that you don't need all forty milligrams, maybe twenty, but not forty. Hope the best for you because I am struggling with fatigue and extreme pain. Good luck

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VerFree Says:

The amount you start on can vary, depending on what medication you are using it to stop, and how much of that medication you were taking. Thus, what might be too much for one person, might not be enough for another, and etc.

The FDA warns that Suboxone carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth.

How long have you been taking it, now? Has there been any change? Have you informed your doctor of the issues you're experiencing?

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