Taking Suboxone And Phenergan

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lil t Says:


need to kno if i can take 4mg suboxone ang 50mg phenergan?



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David Says:

My findings state that there are potentially unsafe interactions that apply to the active ingredients in each of those medications. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of:

"Using promethazine (phenergan) together with buprenorphine (suboxone) may increase side effects such as dizziness, drowsiness, and difficulty concentrating. Some people may also experience some impairment in thinking and judgment. You should avoid or limit the use of alcohol while being treated with these medications. Avoid driving or operating hazardous machinery until you know how the medications affect you. It is important to tell your doctor about all other medications you use, including vitamins and herbs. Do not stop using any medications without first talking to your doctor."

The interaction information doesn't state this to be a serious problem, but in my opinion it would still be wise to consult your doctor about the possible effects before following through with that combination.

I hope this info helps!

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lil t Says:

thanks

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Louie Says:

if you are only taking norco yeah suboxone will work. Think about it its for hard core herion users.

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Johnsons Says:

Sorry but you are wrong there it is not used for "Hardcore H users" it is used to treat people who have an addiction towards any opiate based drug. e.g. Morphine H Codeine etc

Im currently taking prescribed doses of Buprenorphine (Subutex) , to help with my addiction to codeine , im not trying to get at you but im just saying you either need to have first hand experience or know what you are talking about because that could offend some people who are sensitive when it comes to their addiction.

Thanks.

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Nikki Says:
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Very wrong! Subs are NOT just for "heavy" H users. It's for ALL opiate abusers! And it is VERY unsafe to take Suboxone with ANY medication containing opiates!

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pants Says:
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Are you high now? That had nothing to do with what they asked.... Think about smart ass no one said anything about norco

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casey Says:
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Pants, yes Louie did say that you can take Norco with suboxone because it's for hardcore herion users. I'm not sure why he even put it though when this thread is about whether or not it safe to take promethazine with suboxone. Well here is my reply to both.. suboxone is used to treat opiate withdrawal/ addiction, therefore any opiate not just H. people take suboxone to get off norcos not just H but all opiates. Also buprenorphine in some cases is used for a pain medication in itself. That is what it was used for before they ever used it for opiate addiction and withdrawal. and for the promethazine and suboxone question... in some cases they do give promethazine to suboxone patients if needed.

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Loner Says:
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As a person going through the motions of being clean . I've been having trouble sleeping. I did try these meds together. Yes I got some sleep but don't recommend it as it really knocked me about . The side affects r a big problem and I've been having a real struggle with them . But to those who want to b clean . Than I really don't like any of this .

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Chef Says:

It actually is used to for "hardcore H users" its to help people get off of all types of opiates it wouldn't just be limited to codeine and hydrocodone. its supposed to be a safer alternative to methadone but it is most definitely used in the treatment of all opiate or opioid dependence.

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LadyCarvin Says:
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Thank you SOOOO much for pointing that out!! I'm in a Suboxone program, and there is so much people do NOT understand about the medication! It's not heroin and it's not JUST for heroin users. You can take it for an addiction such as the Norco that individual referred to above. Do research before bashing people and their medications, please, with all due respect.

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BLW Says:

Oxycontin is synthetic heroin. All I repeat all, opioids are made from poppy plants - guess where heroin is made from - the same damn poppy plants. It's all the same, stop lying to yourself. Face it! I'm on oxycontin. It's a hell. Believe me.

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Joseph Says:
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I totally agree with what your saying. Suboxone is for any opiate addict. It doesn't matter what form the opiate comes in.

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Bravehearts1977 Says:
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What were the side effects you spoke of? I am really curious because I take the 2 meds because of my Crohn's.

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BennieZo Says:
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Suboxone and promethazine are OK to use together but promethazine intensifies the Suboxone, make you more sedative

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Daddys1babygirl Says:
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Re: Bravehearts1977 (# 13)

I'm taking Promethazine and Suboxone for crohns as well! I wanted to know if there's any interaction between them... how did it effect you taking them together?

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Wendy Says:

Re: Daddys1babygirl (# 15)

Hi,

I'm new to the meds scene as I've been diagnosed with gastroparesis. Mine is pretty severe and the gi pain and nausea is awful. I have been prescribed oxycodone liquid since my stomach can't metabolize the pills and I get no relief. Could someone please tell me their storyline and what they had wished they had known before they started oxycodone? Is it true that taking Tylenol increases its effectiveness? Thanks! Best wishes to all on their journey.

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NotaDr2017 Says:
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Re: Louie (# 3)

I hate to see people answering questions or commenting about Suboxone... It's not just for ex-opioid addicts... GET A CLUE!!!

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Bre Says:
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Re: Johnsons (# 4)

Right I hate when people think they know something but they wrong

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Green Says:
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Re: Bravehearts1977 (# 13)

Wow!!! You hit that on the nose. That's exactly why I'm taking both subs & promethazine due to Crohn's disease.

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Green Says:
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Re: Daddys1babygirl (# 15)

Well, I just started taking subs & promethazine together, so I'm tryna figure out are the two compatible with each other.

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