Buprenorphine Hydrochloride For Pain

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Mike Says:


They have me on buprenorphine for chronic pain



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mike! How are you? Have you tried it, yet?

The FDA does classify it as an opiate and it does help some people with pain, but not everyone has good luck with it.

They also warn that it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation.


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Linda Says:
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The first time I have used it, a psychiatrist will prescribe it

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Linda Says:
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The first time I have used it, a psychiatrist will prescribe it. Suboxone. I have been getting the drug from the psychiatrist. Buprinepherin w a anesthesiology Dr back in the past before subutex. Does anyone remember that?

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Linda Says:
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The first time I have used it, a psychiatrist will prescribe it. Suboxone. I have been getting the drug from the psychiatrist. Buprinepherin w a anesthesiology Dr back in the past before subtext. Does anyone remember that?

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Aries81 Says:
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Your thinking of Bupropion. Which is an antidepressant, also used for Bipolar, that's why my psychiatrist prescribed me the Bupropion along with other meds.. Buprenorphine is a depressant because is an opiate, a downer.

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