I Blacked Out After My First Dose. Am I Allergic?

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Kristen Says:
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My doctor wants me to try a long acting pain med amd Sabaxone was the choice. I tried the patch and was allergic to the adhesive, so we went for the lowest, sublingual dose, for pain. I have stomach issues, so we are bypassing that.
After taking my first dose, I passed out on the couch, literally and woke up and didn't know what happened or how long I had been out. I was super sweaty and very tired.
The next morning, 12 hours later, I took my next dose, but cut it in 1/2. Same thing. I woke up in bed and didn't know how long I had been out. I was super sweaty and shaky. Confused. Yuck feeling. I haven't taken it since and called my pain doctor and told her. She hasn't gotten back to me. Would what happened be a. Allergic reaction? I am super sensitive to sulph's too. Thanks!

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Kevin Says:


I'm sorry you had such an awful experience!

According to DailyMed Suboxone has quite a few side effects but blackouts and fatigue is not listed. In fact, one of the side effects includes insomnia, so something is definitely wrong here. Sweating is experienced by more than 5% of the people who take Suboxone.

I can't tell you if what you are experiencing is an allergic reaction, but you are definitely not reacting to this drug in a normal way and that should be immediately addressed. I know that you have contacted your doctor, but seeing as it is your health I urge you to keep contacting them or set up an appointment to get this handled.

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