Can Kissing Cause Someone To Show Positive For Suboxone

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roger Says:


I kiss my wife many times daily. Suddenly my dr said i had suboxone in my urine. How? By kissing?



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roger Says:

I showed positive for suboxone from kissing my wife. How is this possible?


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Roger! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having.

And I think that kissing someone that's taking it regular may cause someone to show positive for various medications. I was actually just reading about it a few days ago. The FDA lists this medication as being 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. It is most commonly used to treat drug addiction.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Roy Says:

Roger, I think it might be possible, but I also think unlikely. I haven't personally found any documented cases where exchanging bodily fluid with another (in everyday reasonable amounts) would cause a medication to show up in a standard screening. Are you taking any other medications or vitamins at this time (prescription / over the counter / natural supplements)? I would think it could be more likely something along those lines, but of course there could be a chance based on what verwon said as well. Also, do you and your wife share certain hygienic products like a tooth brush, razor, or anything else?

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Nick Says:
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I take Suboxone & I’m in a Ltr. I have intercourse once a month with my girlfriend and she constantly gets a b.v. Could it be the Suboxone? Please help.

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Manfubar Says:
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I don't know what bv is but my wife stayed incapacitated 16 hours after kissing me. This stuff is no joke and that was after brushing really good. It's to the point I'm quitting cuz I'm not going to put my wife thru the pain of thinking I don't want to kiss her.

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DumpedDave Says:

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My ex threw me out 4 months ago. She took probably 1mg a day maybe 2? whenever she tore open a foil envelope I could smell and taste it. We had unprotected intercourse every night. Now I am experiencing Insomnia and I think it may be connected to Second Hand Suboxone withdrawl. Now im very sad that I ever that witch.

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Shauna Says:
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I seriously doubt you are having second hand sub withdrawl from unprotected sex. I'm sorry but that is pretty ridiculous. 1st if all, she took an extremely low dose to begin with. 2nd I'm pretty sure you don't spread buprenorphine through vaginal fluids. Doubt you can from sweating either. The other ppl that said about testing positive after kissing their s.o. that could very well be possible cause it is absorbed sublingually. Hope you get this figured out.

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