Taking Gabapentin With Suboxone And Xanax

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Abby Says:
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I took 1mg of Xanax and 3mg of Suboxone; I've been used to taking this for 5 years and I wanted to get off of Xanax, so I took Gabapentin 300mg. An hour later I took 1mg of Suboxone. Now I feel lightheaded and my blood pressure is a little high. Should I be worried?



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Verwon Says:

Gabapentin is not an opiate, so it should not cause a problem with the Suboxone, according to FDA reports.

How high was your blood pressure?

Gabapentin is also not a replacement for Xanax, so if you stopped taking the Xanax abruptly, that could have cause these issues.

How are you doing, now? Has there been any change?

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Soothsayer Says:
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I just took my dose of xanax, gabapentin, and suboxone about two hours ago and now I’m feeling wrecked. F*** Xanax.

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