Suboxone And Withdrawals

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LDJP Says:


Hello slit has been two days since taking my OXY IR's. I started my suboxone like two mgs and it is wonderful. I don't get any withdrawals and I sleep great. However I still have the craving for the IR. I am filling the script when I get the money but I did not want to go into withdrawals since I ran out. I plan to take them again next week or so but until then I just want to get past thinking about them. My question is my suboxone level to low or is thinking about getting them mentally a part of my brain used to having them? HELP PLEASE!!!



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Verwon Says:

Yes, it is normal to still think about wanting them, the Suboxone just helps prevent the physical symptoms of being without the drug, it doesn't fix the mental issues for you.

However, you aren't going to be able to take the Oxycodone and the Suboxone, along with the potent narcotic Buprenorphine, it also contains Naloxone, which is intended to prevent the abuse of other narcotics, while you are under treatment with it, so it neutralizes them.

Learn more Suboxone details here.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Have you consulted a doctor for assistance?



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LDJP Says:

Yes I have. I just am taking the suboxone until I fill my script, then I will not take the sub. I just didn't want withdrawal symptoms while I wait to fill my script. What is the buphrine (sp).

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i jumped from 2x8mg sublinguals a day i m on my 3rd day with nothing. I had no choice im outta options..when does it get better?

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