I Need Answers About Suboxone

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denver Says:

my wife has been taking high MGs pain killers! her last dose was 2 am
she ran out and took a suboxone and says it didnt make her feel better what shout i do?????

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Crystal Says:

I would speak with her doctor, Suboxone is highly addictive. If she is also taking other pain killers, it could be very dangerous for her.

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Leigh Says:

The reason it did not make her feel better is because you have to be in slight to moderate withdrawal for Suboxone to work properly. Taking it too soon can actually throw you into worse withdrawal symptoms.

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Nana to Be Needs help Says:

Please, I need info! My son's girlfriend is pregnant and is on suboxin since Mar. She might already be 4 mths, but I am conserned about my grandchild that they +I really want! She has not done drugs other than suboxone since 1st day of treatment 3/13/09. What about the babys health?

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Sam Says:

suboxin or subo's. arer better then the opiates they would be ingesting during pregnancy. i and my brother both were addicts. me and my girlfriend at time had our daughter befroe we started opiates, my brother on the other hand wasnt so lucky. and i use lucky loosely. his girlfriend took suboxin from date of finding out she was pregnant till now my nephew is 6 months old. the only problem with it he was born with the withdrawl of suboxin and had to take a small dosage for a few weeks to come off. though know doctor can ask an infant if there detoxin or in pain. it seemed to work. hes a healthy little baby boy. so in reality its not good for your grandchilkd. but its better then the alternative, the mother being whacked on on pills or boogy (heroin) whatever her method of madness was.

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Bailey Says:

Do you know for sure that it was suboxone?She probably needs a little bit more.You do not have to be in withdrawl to feel subxone.My friend was taking methadone oneday and the next daysboxone.

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Rick Says:

You have to be off of opiates for 24 to 36 hours. You must be in total withdrawl before you can start on Suboxone. If not, you can get very sick. Any specialist can give you all the info. I am amazed all the wrong info. people are giving one another.

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yours, truly Says:

just a reply to the post down below...methadone is the one drug that isn't blocked by subs so that is why your friend was able to take it so soon afterwards.

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yours, truly Says:

your wife should be able to take a 4 -8mg every hour till she feels better. Then start a regular routine for a few weeks and then start cutting her down for another few weeks and she'll be much better, good luck and be strong.

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