Suboxone Side Effects (Thread 323526)

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Little Dove Says:


I have just started Suboxone 8/2, since the fentanyl patches (150meq) were not making a difference in the severe pain that I was experiencing. I was told there was nothing else they (dr.s) could do for me. They said they could not go up on the fentanyl.

I saw 9 specialists at Emory University. Eight of the docs said there was nothing left to do and I would have to live with it. Only 1 doc, a surgeon said he could take out a portion of my brain so that I could not feel pain anymore.

I opted for the suboxone trial.

It worked better for me than the fentanyl patches. I divide my doses so that I can take the med every 4 hours around the clock.

I dont know about the rest of yall but my pain doesn't stop around 9pm.

The only thing I have noticed is that when the docs changed my bp med to lisinopril, is I become so drowsy when I take my suboxone that I fall asleep. I am afraid to drive my car when it is time for my dose.

Has anyone else had this problem?

Do you take your meds around the clock too?



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