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can both be taken together suboxone and bactrim

Im on suboxone and being treated for an infection with batrim. Will both still work properly or cancel each other out? ## I didn't find any problems or interactions listed, but it's always best to double check. But it should be fine, unless your doctor has some concern. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Bactrim as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Suboxone is an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yes they can be taken together. Like the other post said bactrim will eat up your stomach pretty bad so take with a glass of milk or food ## Do you have any good ideas on the ...

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suboxone, klonopin, neurontin drug interactions

My daughter is on suboxone and takes klonopin and neurontin. Is there a toxic interaction between these when taken together? ## Hello, Linnie! How is your daughter? I didn't find any listed, so it should be fine, as long as they've all been prescribed for her and her doctor is monitoring her regularly. Both the Klonopin and Suboxone can increase sedation, but that is the only issue listed, according to the FDA. They also carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause other side effects, such as dry mouth, dizziness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## You are wrong. Klonopin and Suboxone mixed together can cause death and seizures. Neurontin is ok with Suboxone. Dr's prescribe Suboxone for addictions. To get people off of opioids. Dr's in WV....

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Orange Amneal generic suboxones

I've always gotten the orange Amneal marked AN 415. Recently in the past few months the main pharmacy I was using Walgreens were telling me that they were out of those kind and I had to look for pharmacies that did have them after receiving the white Actavis brand which was the worst switch! I just looked right next door to Safeways who did have them. Eventually Walgreens told me they were no longer going to be getting those kind after telling me that they were on "back order" for so long. The pharmacist who is usually nice was a jerk about it also. So I moved permanently (or so I hoped) to Safeway but the last 2 months they too ran out and were allot nicer in telling me that they have been having a hard time ordering the Amneal orange ones and that they might not be getting...

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Suboxone hot flashes

My girlfriend takes Suboxone and recently the pharmacy has switched brands. They are orange, slightly smaller and have 970 on one side. I think she is having terrible SE from them. Under her tongue is raw so bad. Also hot flashes. Severe. Head to toe she gets soaked! This seems since the pharmacy changed pills. Has anyone had these symptoms? ## Yes!! These new orange Sun Pharma 970 are awful! I was unfortunate to get some of those with my last script. I hated them so bad I searched over 7 pharmacies in towns an hour away just to find the Amneal AN 415 orange ones again this past Saturday for my months script. Thank goodness i found a pharmacy with just enough to fill my whole script so I wouldn't have to take any of those other kind. I am a self pay patient so I can usually switch w...

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How to convert to suboxone for pain management?

I have been in Pain Management for 15 years. I have the usual round of diagnoses. Herniated discs at cervical, thoracic and lumber spine. Bone spurs through out. I have spinal cord compression in my neck. Pain. I just switched from 16mg of Exalgo (Dilaudid ER) with Fentanyl ir for breakthrough- back to 100mcg Fentanyl patches with 15mg Morphine 3x a day for breakthrough. I feel like a trapped rat. To the outside world I'm a professional woman, mother of 3 grown children. I'm no different from any other junkie though. I wanted to go into suboxone assisted substance abuse treatment. Then I found out that, for quite a while, you have to be at the program every day to pick up meds (and go to therapy/group). I'd lose my job! I can walk into Pain Management, ask for Suboxone and l...

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Suboxone 8mg/2mg and Roxy 30's

I am currently taking Roxicodone 30's each day. I have suboxone 8mg/2mg to help get off of these. I know the suboxones are the best pill made to help with the withdrawals but I'm wondering if for the firsrt 3 to 5 days when I'm having trouble sleeping and feeling clammy, if i should take like half of a Roxicodone 30 (which i have done in the past), as it helps me to sleep and takes away the clammy feeling? Any other suggestions that you may have? Thanks to anyone answering this for me. ## Taking the Oxycodone pills with the Suboxone will do you no good, it contains a substance that neutralizes opiates to prevent their abuse during treatment, that is why it throws you into withdrawals. Suboxone should really not be used without a doctor's supervision, as the dosage and us...

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having a lot of problems with generic suboxone

I had been on the suboxone film, for 5 months and prior to that the suboxone tabs with no problems,but due to insurance I had to switch to the white generic tabs, the first day I got hives all over my face, I am still getting them not as bad as the first day, and my mouth has become so sensetive, tooth paste,mints,pepper all burn my mouth bad, I have aslo been very sick to my stomach, today is day 6 on them. I live in Ma. and I was told they will only pay for the brand name if I have children under 7 in my custody, I was wondering id anyone else has had any problems with the generic suboxone... ## You definitely need to consult your doctor. The hives and other symptoms could be the sign that you're developing an allergic reaction that has the potential to be very dangerous. Learn mo...

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White Round Pill With A D On One Side And 155 Other

a round pill with a d on one side and it has 155 on the other ## Hi Lois, It looks like this question has already been addressed in another thread here on the site: Discuss/Pill-d-On-One-Side-155-The-Other-244029_s2.htm Although someone mentioned that it was a generic Suboxone tablet, I haven't come across many other details to verify it's accuracy. Is Suboxone something that you think this might be, perhaps based on any past prescriptions or people you know? I hope this helps! ## Let me straighten ya all up a bit. Can't find any pics on any sites yet, since they just came out I guess. Just got my Generic Suboxone. It is white, round, 1/4 moon on it, 155 on one side. It states on the bottle Generic for Suboxone. It says Buprenorphin-Naloxon 8-2 MG TB. Manufacturer is Actavis...

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False Positive for Benzodiazepines

I have been testing positive for benzos and i cant figure out why. I have been taking suboxone & Ondansetron & promethazine. Thats it. If i fail another drug test, then my doctor is gonna kick me out. If anybody knows of any common substances, prescription or over the counter medications please inform me. Thanks ## I checked the prescription medications that you listed, but none of them are known to cause false positives for Benzodiazepines. However, it can be caused by Benadryl or anything that contains its active ingredient Diphenhydramine, such as Tylenol PM, Advil PM or the store brand/generic equivalents. There are also many Chinese herbal remedies on the market, such as those for weight loss and relaxation/sleep that have been found to contain them as undeclared drug ingre...

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Is suboxone available in mexico

A friend of mine gave me a suboxone to try for heroin withdrawl. First i want to say this is a miracle pill. In my personal experience. Second thing is can i buy it in mexico? Its is way too costly without insurance. I desperately want to get off of heroin. I am ready, done and sick of it. Not just for myself but for my 10 year old daughter and my soon to be 7 year old son. I just want my life back. Its been two years now since i tried and got addicted. The only reason i keep doing it is to not feel s***ty and to function on a daily basis. And i know that suboxone will help me quit. Please anyone out there that can help me with an answer or where to find an answer would be helping a person to once again become a functioning member of society and two children that get their loving daddy ...

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Generic Suboxone 54 375

Since I've been taking this new generic suboxone 54 375 it make my arms and hands hurt!! I've been taking suboxone for 3 years now, and I've been switched to most everyone that's came out. I was taking the orange with AN 415 on them. It's now been 7 days and everyday it does the same, causes pain in my arms and hands. Then as the suboxone wears off they stop hurting. I know it sounds weird but I swear it's the truth!!! Anyone else having problems with this new generic suboxone 54 375?? Please comment!! ## Hello, Barry! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem you're having. It really doesn't make much sense, to be quite honest. If the new tablet was a little lower in the amount of the active ingredient, since there can be fluctuations, I'd at...

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Whats The Best Way To Get Suboxone Out Of Your System

i took half a strip of suboxone on friday and i have to take a drug test soon what is the best way to get it out of my system? ## Don't take it in the first place..... in all honesty, depending on the type of drug screening you are submitting to, you may be screwed no matter what you do, but drink LOTS of water and stay away from ALL narcotics until your screening.... ## There is really no guaranteed way to make sure it isn't in your system and won't be detected by a drug test, other than the one already stated, which is to not take it. One of the active ingredients in Suboxone is the opiate narcotic Buprenorphine and it can be detectable in a standard urine test for approximately 4 to 5 days, after last dosing. There is no precise time frame that can be given, however, beca...

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Cheap suboxone/subutex doctors in Louisiana

I am looking for a doctor who prescribes suboxone in the New Orleans, slidell Louisiana area. I am a single mom with no insurance, can't afford 350 a visit and prescription cost. My kids have medicaid but I don't. Thanks. ## Suboxone treatment is still pretty new, so I am not aware of any doctors that offer cheaper prices, because they do have to maintain special approval and monitoring to treat patients with it. Learn more Suboxone details here. If you're looking for a cheaper alternative, you might want to check into Methadone clinics in your area, as it is usually much cheaper, since it's been used for a very long time. Learn more Methadone details here. Does anyone else have any suggestions to add? ## dr. adriean talbot excepts all insurences if you dont have insuren...

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suboxone doctors that accept medicaid in new orleans area

I have been on suboxone for many years now and Im trying to find a suboxone doctor that accepts medicaid in the New Orleans area. Please help! ## They are few and far between! Although, I do know of a Doctor in DeQuincy, LA who prescribes Suboxone and also accepts Medicaid for the office visit. This doctor is extremely peculiar and is very, very strict. His name is Dr. Jagjit Chadha and his wife also can prescribe Suboxone and she is in the same office as he is. Hope this info helps someone! ## I have been taking Suboxone years to given by pain mangment I hated what other medication did to me and mind we decided try it been on it since at time he took Medicaid Louisiana and stopped without warning.visit was $180.00 now $240.00 for 2 seconds of their time all about cash anyone know where...

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Suboxone Doctors In Indiana Who Accept Medicaid

Need a doctor who prescribes suboxone in Indiana - i am on medicaid. ## While I'm not aware of which doctors accept medicaid, I can provide you with links to help you locate specific pain management doctors within your local area. You'd inevitably have to ask the receptionist though if the doctor accepts medicaid or any other type of insurance that you might have. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: wellness.com/find/pain%20management%20specialist I hope this helps! ## im 26 and dying from my drug addiction but only have indiana medicade and need help bad ## Hello, Are you still in need of inform...

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how long after taking suboxone can you take morphine

I took 16 mg of suboxone at 4am Saturday morning and got my morphine filled now. Is it safe to take it after 16 hours? ## Hello, Scott! How are you? No, the Naloxone in the Suboxone will prevent the Morphine from having any effect, you usually need to wait at least 72 hours, before other narcotics will work, again, unless your doctor instructs otherwise. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I felt my morphine after 48 hours of not taking suboxone. ## I have been taking 12mg of Suboxone a day for over a year now bc I have been going to a counseling/rehab place bc I am a chronic pain pat...

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Advice on switching from suboxone to methadone

I am switching from suboxone to methadone and i have chronic pain. Will this help me with the pain? I dont have any other options. What should i do for my pain? I have marfans syndrome and it makes u have chronic pain every day. This is my last resort. Will the methadone help? It's terrible to be uncomfortable and in pain trying to find a solution, so please i need feedback. ## I went to the methadone clinic for 4 years and came off of it cold turkey in jail. I am struggling to stay clean even 4 months later. methadone is more addicting and w/d are more painful than the opiates. if you are already on suboxone i would definitely stay on it instead of switching to methadone. just my opinion tho. i am looking into starting suboxone and would never go back to the methadone clinic. ## De...

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Length of insomnia after stopping suboxone?

I'm on day 19 of suboxen withdrawal. Only problems I have is sever insomnia. Have not slept other than 1 hour every other night for 1 week. I tapered off very small dose slowly (.125 or.06). The pieces were so small I had to grab with little tweezers. When will I start sleeping? Also when will restless legs at night stop? ## I took saboxyn for two years and the whole time the clinic lied to me they said it was getting me off opiates but the fact is that it is a opiate I'm thinking of during them fact is that they make you think they are helping you while really they are getting you addicted to there drug I stead of another that your insurance pays for I'm proud of you for trying to stop taking it but I'm sorry to say you may have to go to a rehab because you will stay in...

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Round orange 970 suboxone

My pharmacy recently switched to a round orange Suboxone with the numbers 970 on it and it burns my mouth pretty bad and doesn't seem to be as effective as my old ones. Has anyone else had this problem? Why does it burn? ## Hello OhioKing, Sorry to hear that you are having so much trouble with your medication. I was taking a look into it and I've read a couple of other users that said they had a similar experience. It seems that most of these stories boiled down to either an allergic reaction or that their doctor had them taking too many dosages a day and that in the end the doctor had them go from 4x a day to 2x a day. Either way I suggest that you consult your doctor immediately in case it turns out to be an allergic reaction to the medication. Burning of the mouth is definite...

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Suboxone troche

Suboxone wax sqares how can you tell what milligram they are by color I have a pink and need to know what to talk to my doctor about I have searched and searched and searched I don't know what milligrams they come in and I don't know how to split it up ## That I am aware of, there's no such thing as a blue suboxone strip, the packaging is blue, but the strips are typically orange although I have heard of white ones. The only ones that i know for a fact are the orange strips. Sometimes the pills are white, but never blue and im almost positive that blue suboxone strips no longer exist. ## Hello Barbie, I really won't be able to give you accurate information with only knowing the color of the suboxone, what would help me is knowing the imprint on the pill. Would you be abl...

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