Subutex White Pill 799 Iv?
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Kelb Says:
These new 799 b 8mg subutex, bupenorphine hydrochloride, seem no different than the ones labeled b8 except it says sublingual in the name on the net and maybe the surface may be a little harder. Possibly, I am not comparing side by side, my question is this, can people still iv them?? You can iv almost anything if you really want to but will there be more side effects?

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thunder Says:
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Actually you CAN inject suboxone, I do it every day. I know it's terrible but just for the sake of knowing I thought I would let you know. To know what sound does not give you precipitated withdraws, the effects are just the same.

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kaliOV Says:
It doesn't make sense to my why people would snort or shoot a sub at all. If you are or were an opiate addict,ie, heroin, and shot or snorted a sub it wouldn't do much. I tried to kick cold Turkey and took subs the next day and couldn't hang. I ended up kicking tho and not till like the third or fourth day the subs worked. I'm taking small doses cause I don't need another habit after what I just went thru. Subs do help with kicking a habit but as for abuse I guess you would have to do alot wich defeats the purpose. Good luck and kicking always seems worse than it is going to be so good luck to anyone trying!

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feloniusjerome Says:
You can't inject Suboxone. Technically, you can put it into a syringe and inject it, but it has nalaxone. Nalaxone when taken orally does not get absorded. It is only effective through IV or Intra Muscular. This is why it is added to Suboxone. Suboxone is indicated for the treatment of opiate dependency specifically. If you inject suboxone you will put yourself in precipetated withdrawl. Subutex is indicated for pain relief specifically, and Subutex you can inject, as it does not have naloxone in it.

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Shannon Says:
If your injecting Subutex than you really need to get help, fast. Subutex is used to help you get off of opiates and really does help.

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Geoff Goss Says:
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You can IV any form of Subutex or Suboxone. ANY. But its terrible for your body. It clots your arteries. I had a 19 year old friend 6 years ago, among many others that were barely older, who had to get a heart stint put in. At 19 f***ing years old! If you're hooked on it like everyone in my town, I suggest going to rehab or getting off of it ASAP. It's not a fun withdrawal process but its worth it, you're literally saving your own life. But of you're hooked on Subutex than you're lucky. Because the withdrawal from Subutex is not near as bad as withdrawal from Suboxone. For those who are going through any kind of withdrawal from buprenorphine of any kind, I feel for you and it does get better.

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Verwon Says:
I have no doubt that people will do it, they always do it with almost any medication on the market.

The relevant fact, however, is that it isn't safe to use a medication via injection that isn't intended to be used that way. Many of them, even sublingual tabs, contain fillers and they are not always meant to be broken down by the human body, but are normally just expelled as waste.

When someone injects these substances, their body cannot get rid of it and it creates the risk of blockages, which could lead to stroke or embolism.


Are there any other questions or comments?

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