How Long Does Suboxone Block Opiates

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lauren Says:
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I was on 180 mgs of methadone and Xeroxed at home for a week n the withdrawal set in the very first day of being without methadone and for a week straight I had to let my daughter stay w her daddy n played in my bed with the a.c full blast n sweat Ontario n as hoodie on sweating ,shaking,chills,diahrea, no apetite and hurt all over as if I'd been barred with a baseball bat but after seven days I went to a program when they put me on eight mgs of suboxone twice a day n was on it for nearly three weeks but know I can't afford the doctor visit n have no insurance so I'm on day the n starting to feel done withdrawal kicking in so I just took four tabs n hoping they will take the sick away. not looking to feel high but to simply take the edge off. So far I don't feel the opiates and I took them about thirty minutes ago. I will get back with you in about another hour or so and let those who are curious know what happens from someone trying it.

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David Says:

Hi Lauren, Sorry to hear about the withdrawals. Although I hope you've managed to get the symptoms at least somewhat under control by now with what you've been taking.

From what I've read, Buprenorphine reportedly has a half life of anywhere between 24-42 hours, and 2-12 hours for Naloxone. After those said time frames half of what you took will be on its way out of your body and then half of that remaining half and so forth until there's not enough left on your receptors to block much of anything.

Looking forward to seeing your update on how things are going!

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Emma Mae k Says:
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I'm on suboxone but ran out. I took like a half of a 8 mg strip yesterday morning. I don't see my sub dovt till the 3rd of next month. Gf how soon can I take a pain pill and not go into WD? Plzzz someone answer & hellooo.

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Timbo Says:
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Hey bro. You won't go into withdrawal if you take pills after subs. But it you take pills then sub the sub kicks the opiate of the receptors and only fill em back up about half of what it was and therefore u get precipitated wd. I used to take sub in the morning at 6am then take roxys at 3pm and feel it. Everybody is different. Best of luck to you.

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Hot boy Says:
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I took a suboxone after waiting 30 hrs and it wasn't that bad. Then I took opiates 2 hours after the sub. Do I have to wait for withdrawal again or did naloxone block most of it? I guess what I'm asking is how long before I can take another sub?

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Amy Says:

Im on 8mgs of suboxone 3× a day and was wondering what would happen if i also took a 10mg methadone? ?

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Blue Says:

I took subutex at 5 pm (4 mg 1st dose) then took an opiate at 7:30 pm. Do I have to wait 24 hours or can I take subutex at 1pm the next day?

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