Can I Take Suboxone And Morphine Sulfate Together

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Rob Says:
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I take suboxone 12/3 mg once a day. Can I take one 100 mg morphine sulphate with it once a day?



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David Says:

Hi Rob,

According to umm.edu, suboxone shouldn't be taken with any opioids (i.e. morphine), since it can block its effects and potentially send you into immediate withdrawals - accompanied by a number of undesirable side effects such as increased anxiety, insomnia, nausea, difficulty breathing, sweating, cramps, etc. Having read that, it sounds to me like the wisest thing to do would probably be to contact your doctor about alternative ways to manage your pain in the event that suboxone 'or' morphine doesn't get the job done on their own. Some feedback I've read in other threads here even recommend trying methadone over suboxone; stating that it works better for their pain. I haven't taken either med myself, but perhaps that might be worth looking into as a last resort to suboxone or morphine.

Hope this helps!

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Nichola Says:
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Do not go onto methadone whatever you do. They put me on it as punishment as I was still taking codeine because I had genuine pain. It ruined my life. I had my daughter taken off it. It makes you feel like a living zombie and coming off it was the worst experience I've ever had and I've had four girls. At the end of the day if your suffering they have to do something, there's lots of meds out there they could give you other than methadone. But it's your choice, just wanted to give you my story. Hope it all works out well for you Xx

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Kams Says:
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I took less than a quarter of a suboxone and still have morphine at the house. I'm in a lot of pain 45 minutes later can I take a morphine

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Comments Says:
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Sure but the morphine wont likely do s*** for you, most likely if you have Suboxone in your system because it will be blocked by the suboxone? If it were subutex then it may work for ya somewhat (depends on how much you took of the other). Suboxone tho, no.

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Bob m Says:
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Why would a doctor prescribe suboxone and morphine together doesn't make sense soboxone main purpose is to help you with moderate pain stop cravings to use deadlier opiates and keep you from mixing opiates suboxone also has a ceiling at about 16 to 24 mg so there's no reason to take more

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Bob m Says:
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Yes but not the other way around if you take the morphine first then 45 minutes later suboxone you will go into a very nasty withdraw it's main purpose is so you don't mix and od

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Ohffinwell Says:
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Exactly, these junkies are too dishonest to even come clean on an anonymous site. Denial is so entrenched they are constitutionally incapable of being honest. These are the ones responsible for the true crisis today and why legit cpp are treated like drug seeking monsters.... If you're moronic enough to use illicit substances why come crying for recourse after screwing over real pain patients by your ABERRANT disgusting behavior?! FACT. Bash away but if you can identify them as desperate junkies JUST GIVE IT NAME!!!

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L Nielsen Says:
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Hey "Real Pain Patient" I am a "Real Pain Patient" too, but you need to be more understanding because when your decides your miraculously healed and decides to take you off after of years due to disease, accident or what ever your situation maybe. Don't be surprised if your the one asking the same questions or taking Suboxone. Also Drs do prescribe other opiates with Suboxone but only to be used after taking the Suboxone so withdraw isn't immenant. Also since Suboxone is mainly used for drug treatment "addiction" this is the typical response of why they don't want opiate mixed with Suboxone, not because it can't be but because the purpose is to be clean from other opiates. I personally am from pain management to "the Drs office addict" to treatment. I'm not a "Junkie" I was just like you. Also I am a drug counselor. Welcome to the truth.

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L Nielsen Says:
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My previous post was directed to Mr. Ohffinwell. If you should comment atleast get educated and you should keep your insults to yourself. These forums are here for a reason. If it is someone who is an addict this would be more educational and supporting to them then their drug dealer. It doesn't take someone to be heartless to answer a question or to let someone know they need help. I am more than willing to help anyone I possibly can for improvement. It's people like you that judge either way they go. They're a Junkie if they're active addicts and they're a Junkie if they're receiving help. Hmmmm I'm glad I'm beyond this but I'll never let a chance go by to educate a fool.

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Laura Says:
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My doctor told me that taking a 4 mg suboxine will block the high of an opiate but will still allow the opiate to help control pain. Is that accurate?

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SigSgtu Says:

Suboxone is to get you off the morphine, so make a decision. Time to grow up! Consider trying cannabis. "Oh, but marijuana makes me paranoid" you say? Well, it won't kill you.

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IOU Says:
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No it won’t work with Suboxone very well if any and you very well may suffer severe precipitated withdrawal, and now on the other hand you can take Subutex and take morphine with it it has no blocker but you would have to take so much morphine to break to do the wall of BUPE that has build up on your receptors it will kids that morphine right off in a second but if you take a large amount you will feel the effects from the MORPHINE but probably not much at all to be honest, if you want my opinion you don’t need morphine and Subutex there’s people who’s out here dying that Wouldn’t even take that combination

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Robert a maina Says:
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Re: Ohffinwell (# 7)

You contradict yourself, u say addicts won't get honest and then say denial is so entrenched that their not capable of being honest, that's how the disease manipulates addicts and recovering addicts we're the last to see the manipulative, dishonest, minimizing ways until we get enough help where the diseases symptoms become clear to us so why don't u share some love instead of judgement and try to teach those that can't see...ps someday u may need understanding instead of righteousness and judgement. God bless every one who needs help.

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A Says:
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Re: SigSgtu (# 11)

I take Suboxone FOR pain management. It's not only for addicts.

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LEONE Says:
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Re: Ohffinwell (# 7)

Do you think that people just wake up one day and decide to be an Addict? Junkie is such an ugly name!! People like you give people a bad name. Do you drink Alcohol? Worst f***ing drug. The end.

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Matt Says:

hey there! yea, doctors don't ussually prescribe opioid medication with Suboxone, b/c the pain medication like morphine you won't even feel b/c of the chemical makeup of Suboxone or Subutex, I have been on it for a couple of years, and you'd be better off just taking morphine or just taking Suboxone, i'd talk to your prescribor, b/c that doesn't make sense to be prescribed both---

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