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suboxone and soma

Can you be on suboxone and take soma for severe muscle spasms and pain? ## Yes. ## I would not suggest doing so without your doctor's approval, but yes, narcotics and muscle relaxants are often prescribed together, to help control pain that one doesn't touch. Suboxone contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, it is used to help people with drug addiction and to treat some cases od severe pain. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is a muscle relaxant. Taking the two, together, my aggravate the side effects, which can include: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and dizziness. You can read more about them here: Did you have any other questions? ## Yes, Im rxed both Flexeril, soma, and 16mg Suboxone EDay and Im told by my pharmacist and doc. to use either the flex...

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tablet white 44 198

This is a generic 8mg suboxone buphnorphine pill ## pill imprint 44 198 is a generic 8 mg suboxone ## I'm sorry, but this is not correct. Tablet marked with a 44 followed by 3 additional numbers are all over the counter products. This one is currently being manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 50mgs of Dinenhydrinate. The FDA lists this medication as being used to treat or prevent nausea, vomiting and vertigo. Its typical side effects include drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Are there any questions or concerns? ## I have to pill. It's round white blank on one side and has a 44 on top of score and 198 on bottom of score. Some say its Subutex others say its another medication stating with a D. could you please help as soon as possible? Thank you,...

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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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Suboxone drug test

I am currently going to a pain clinic. I ran out of oxycodone and I have some suboxone from a previous doctor (I went to suboxone doctor about 9 months ago). I don't want to suffer withdrawals, so I took a suboxone. HOW LONG WILL THE SUBOXONE SHOW UP FOR IN A URINE SPECIMEN??? They will drug test me when I go back to my current pain clinic doctor and I don't want the suboxone to show up. I have an oxycodone pill that I can take right before I goto the pain clininc for my monthly visit. I am just worried that the suboxone will also show up in my urine! ## You should be fine - The standard tests do not check for Suboxone because it is not a commonly 'abused' drug (it is not readily available like Vicodin, Oxycodone, Xanax and other drugs which are used recreationally). I c...

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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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getting fired for being prescribed suboxone

My ex is telling everyone at my work (Hannaford) that I'm prescribed suboxone. If they fire me for that how can I sue her and the company??? Please help! VERY IMPORTANT I get a answer very soon! ## You can't sue your wife, it is is true. Your employer may or may not be able to fire you after they receive proof that you are being treated for drug addiction. If you are asked to provide proof and you don't, they can fire you for not providing proof. ## Tell her to shut her mouth! That is your private business and Yes you can be fired. They can say it was for something else. Believe me! It happened to me. ## You should tell your employer you are on Suboxone for nerve damage. I was prescribed it for pain and it works great. They use it in Europe for pain all the time. Naloxone is...

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Suboxone chat room

I have now been on suboxone for a year, I got on it when I found out I was pregnant last January 2013 and I had my beautiful healthy daughter in August 2013 I used to be on subutex during my pregnancy but once I had my daughter I was switched to suboxone. I am on 2 1/2 strips a day and my doctor has been wanting to lower my dose however I have so much going on that I am really nervous to do so. I have lately been dealing with my daughter on my own her father just didn't show me the respect I deserved and he wasn't willing to work to support our daughter so we separated and now I am left on my own with all the finances out daughter and looking for employment which this all just recently happened since the last time I saw my doctor on top of that my daughter has medical issues due...

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Touching Suboxone

Hello. I'm trying to prove a point and figure this situation out so I need as many suggestions and help that I can possibly get with this question. If you handle quite a few Suboxone wrappers and had even handled Suboxone itself but have never taken Suboxone, is there any way that could get into your system without taking it? Thank you so much this means a lot to me. It really does. And yes I have tried to research this question and I get so many different results so I thought I would come to this wonderful MedChat and try to get a lot more information. Just trying to prove a point. I'm so desperate to figure this out. So please help me. ## Hi Annie, I'm not an expert in the forensics of touching a medication like Suboxone. However, I am under the impression that Suboxone ta...

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how do you get suboxone out of your system fast?

I have to see my PO tomorrow I need to get suboxone out of my system by then. how do I get it out faster? Been doing it daily but about a quarter a day for awhile now... Please help I'm so scared, someone said if u have a high metabolism that helps and to drink a lot of water. need answers really really fast please. thank you!!! ## Suboxone has a half life of around 40 hours before real wd will start. That means it will be in your system at least two day from the last time you dosed. I dont see waterdrinking as a way to rid yourself of it. If they test for Buprenorphine if may show up. The good ews is that your taking such a small amount you may be ok. Good luck ## Doesn't show up with regular test. It's has to be specific for bupes and the test I's expensive. ## Correct...

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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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suboxone 54 375

So I have been on Suboxone for years and years. I have had every different generic made and found they all effect me mor or less the same. However, I am having a hard time with these new West-Ward 54 375 generics. This one just doesn’t work the same. I know all generics have the same amount of drug in them but these just real weak and it really pisses me off. ## Actually, they do not all have to have the same amount of the active ingredients. Under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, they are allowed to differ from the name brand, in the amount of the active ingredients, by as much as plus or minus 20%. They also do not have to measure against other generics, only against the name brand, so it is conceivable that the new one you are taking was lower in the amount of active ingredients t...

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White Round Pill D On One Side And 155 Other

Suboxone aka buprenorphine. Opiate blocker used to treat opioid dependency. ## Just to confirm, a white round pill imprinted with D 155 is identified as 'generic' Buprenorphine hydrochloride 8 mg (base) + Naloxone hydrochloride 2 mg (base). Manufacturer: Actavis Elizabeth LLC Depending on the application form, buprenorphine is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe chronic pain, opioid dependency (as Tweek stated above), and for peri-operative analgesia. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Suboxone Details I hope this helps anyone who may still be trying to ID this pill! ## For those who find this post. the "D" is not actually a "D" but it is a crescent moon which is the logo of the company. So if you call the pharmacy asking about a ...

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Switching From Suboxone To Methadone

I've been on the highest dose of suboxone for about a year now and i don't feel like it's helping at all anymore. I wake up miserable everyday with horrible cravings and i wish i hadn't woken up at all. I want to switch to methadone for pain which is what my family Dr. treats me for. I think my Dr will write for it for pain management. But since i just picked up my suboxone for the month would it be able to be filled and also would the methadone be covered by my welfare insurance? I know he can write for suboxone even though i never asked him to do it since i go somewhere else. I live in Philadelphia i don't know if that makes a difference. Anyway any help would be greatly appreciated. ## Methadone and suboxone can't be taken together.. it's deadly My older s...

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Was badly addicted to hydrocodone/oxycodone/percocet for 7 years. Am now free thanks to buprenorphine(Suboxone).

Not real sure why exactly it is that I feel it necessary to post here in this forum. Maybe I'm hoping that someone looking for help will read this and make the same decision myself and my husband did. 7 years ago I was introduced to the joys and wonderous feelings of pain pills. Always working in the restuarant industry as a server/ bartender, the high I got from taking tabs or percs or whatever I could get my hands on led me to believe that I was a better server, better at my job, made more money, could talk to people more openly and be a happier person all around. At first, like the beginning 3 years I would take 1 to 3 lortab 10 mg in one day and be hopping around all over the place till the wee hours of the morning, talking everyone's head off and energized to the max. As th...

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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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What pain medication could my doctor prescribe (Hepatitis C)

What narcotic pain meds could my doctor safely prescribe as someone who has been diagnosed with Hepatitis C? Also, I have been prescribed Suboxone. Is this a problem with this diagnosis? I have a terrible doctor who manages to see 20 patients in less than an hour by ushering us all in and out in 5 minutes or less...so I haven't been able to ask her. ## Zydot, Unfortunately in your position the issue isn't with time management or your Hep-C . You must find another provider concerned enough about your welfare to treat you with the respect you deserve.There are narcotic pain meds that can be safely utilized but if your already receiving suboxone I question the effectiveness that these Rx's would have on your pain. Seek a referal for a competent medical provider as they will ass...

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Suboxone medicaid in florida

Well, I have been on subutex and suboxone for about 4 months. I just found out im 2 1/2 months pregnant. This is my 2nd child and with the first I got on subutex, but it was through a detox center. Does anyone know a subutex doctor that takes insurance in south florida? ## Hello, Tara! How are you? Congratulations! The best thing to do would be to see an OB Gyn and have them refer you to someone that is familiar with treating pregnant women, that way you can ensure the best possible outcome for you and your baby. This is 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. Can anyone recommend a good doctor in that area? ## Congratulations Tara. Hope all works out for you. ## I...

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touching suboxone before a lab test

If I was touching suboxone, will it show up in a lab test? Does suboxone seep through your pores? ## Why would u be touching suboxone in the first place unless it your prescription. In that case why can't you have it in your syatem

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Can I be fired from my job because I am prescribed suboxone?

I am just curious because once my current employer found out that I was prescribed to suboxone the head manager is telling me that in order to keep my job I must attend NA meetings. I am pretty sure this violates some major laws. I am aware of HIPAA but am curious as to how it works, and what I need to do to take a stand on this issue. If anyone has any information about this issue I appreciate it. ## hello, just happened to come upon your post and looks as though nobody has replied? idk im not too up on the comments thing. anyway, if you have a job in a corporate setting, or somewhere where they have a PR, i would def take advantage of your rights of an employee and start there. otherwise fired!??? ridiculous! let em fire you! then sue the s**t out of em and take that head manager posi...

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Sore tongue and mouth from Suboxone

I need some advice. I started taking Suboxone films last November. I am on 20 mg. a day. Ever since I started these films I noticed that underneath my tongue became sore, like it swelled up and had little bumps underneath. Per my pharmacist, I tried putting it in between my cheek and gum on the bottom, but the same thing happened. It's getting to the point that if I eat anything hot or spicy, it stings like crazy. Even the suboxone stings a little. I don't want to get my whole mouth sore, so I am keeping it underneath the tongue. In the morning my tongue is swelled and it's difficult to talk right, especially saying "s". I told my doctor when it first started happening, but he didn't think much of it. Anyone else have this problem? What should I do? ## It is diff...

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