Norco 10 325 Mg And Suboxone Interaction (Page 2)

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My doctor prescribes me Suboxone 8/2 mg film and Norco 10/325 mg together for pain relief and to prevent addiction. I personally feel more pain relief from both together rather than one or the other. And doing research I found that a few patients get my results from both simultaneously having something to do with the brain receptors. Any feedback and/or where I can find any web information. I have lost where I found the research. Thanks.



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It's very dangerous to mix an opiate with suboxone with naloxone I take 8/2 mg strips for opiate addiction if you take suboxone too soon with norco it will put you in withdrawal which can lead to hospitalization even death so becareful. If you take sub first and then norco you will just barely get the affect of the painkiller.Take them separate and 24 hrs apart.

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