Taking Suboxone And Tramadol

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sickone Says:
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I've been taking Tramadol for 14 years and I messed up my dosage by a few days so I thought I was going to be out of Tramadol for this weekend, so I was given 2 suboxone 8mg strips and was told it would help. Well, I was wrong and I just miscounted my pills. I found them but I already took the 2 strips. I want to take my Tramadol but I am scared that I'm going to get sicker than I already am right now. I never should've taken that darn suboxone, but I've never taken it before today so I'm hoping it'll be out of my system faster! Anybody have any ideas or suggestions?? Thank you in advance!! :/

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sickone! How are you?

Yes, I'm sorry, but whoever told you that the Suboxone would help was misinformed. One of its active ingredients is Naloxone, which neutralizes other narcotics to help prevent their abuse while someone is being treated with it, thus you can't take it while other narcotics are still in your body, because it can throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals.

You should double check with your doctor, but you'll most likely need to wait a few days, before you can go back to taking your Tramadol.

The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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anjlove Says:

Thats not true. you can take whatever opiate you need to AFTER you take suboxone, but you CANT take the opiates BEFORE you take the suboxone because that will throw your ass into withdraws so bad ull wish u were dead. I'm not playing that s*** is terrible. so yes take your tramadol after u took the subs. that is 100% safe. but don't take it right before you take subs. You have to be in withdraw already before you take the subs. that is how they work. I work at a suboxone clinic in Oakland, CA. We give suboxone and methadone. I promise you that it is safe to take the opiates after the suboxone, just not right before u take suboxone. like i said you have to be at least 22-35 hours into withdraw before you should take the subs safely.

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Verwon Says:

The Buprenorphine in Suboxone has a much stronger grasp onto the opiate receptors, thus it will bump the others out, even if we don't factor in the Naloxone and prevent them from working.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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DCcc Says:
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Drink lots of water or just ride out the subs. They aren't bad. Tramadol is the drug from hell. Worst withdrawals ever. You basically assume you are going to die and forget about functioning for 7 days at least. So have fun fetting off of those as well....

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DCcc Says:
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I feel so isolated right now. I'm at the end of day 6 off subs. I want to get out of my house, but the clonidine is making me very weak. I feel ok, but you trade horrible pain for weakness. I won't complain....

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