Suboxone Giving Small Pupils

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Does anyone know if low doses of suboxone gives small pupils? Keep getting told my pupils are small but I only take .25 mg at a time. Any help would be appreciated. Anything help with this? Possibly caffeine intake?

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VerFree Says:

Suboxone does contain the opiate Buprenorphine, coupled with Naloxone, and opiates are well known to cause such a pupil response, as a side effect, along with nausea, dizziness, and headache.

This article explains why it causes such a side effect.

It is one sign that police look for, when they suspect someone is drug user.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Is there a specific amount that will cause small pupils? Is there a certain timeframe that you know of the small pupils lasts once the dose is administered?

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Anything that's a central nervous system depressant will constrict your pupils and effect the way dark to light light sources react to them, such as narcotics, alcohol, certain psychotropics and there's numerous other substances that are central nervous system depresents besides what I said. The list is long and includes substances that are not considered to be intoxicants...

There's also central nervous system depressants that will expand your pupils like LSD, MDA type drugs and will keep them expanded no matter having a change in light source brightness.

This is why cops shine their flashlights in your eyes at night looking for your pupils to go from expanded to constricted. At night your pupils expand some to try and gather more light to see. If you're on a central nervous system depressant your pupils will stay constricted or stay enlarged depending on the substance ingested and the cops will think you're either intoxicated on alcohol or on drugs. Then comes all their tests to see if you're actually to impaired to drive...

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