Suboxone And Throwing Up
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Christy Says:
 
I have been on 8mg Suboxone sublingual 2 times a day for the past 12 days and I am still throwing up some days and nauseated badly always. I have really awful indigestion and everytime I belch which is constantly, a little vomit comes up.Is this normal and what can I do? I know it takes a few days to get used to the drug, but throwing up everything defeats the purpose. I take Suboxone as an alternative to opiates for chronic back back pain.

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Verwon Says:
 
Have you tried taking it with a small meal and not on an empty stomach? That can often help with the nausea caused by narcotics.

Learn more Subutex details here.

Alternatively, I'd suggest speaking to your doctor, as they may be able to prescribe something to help with the nausea.

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