Took Hydrocodone 16 Hours Ago No Opiate Withdrawals When Can I Take Suboxone

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Ricsgirl Says:


Been on suboxones for over a year. I stopped taking them for a week because of some dental work. I was in so much pain needing a root canal and I realized that no matter how many hydrocodones I took, it did nothing for pain. I am thinking it's because I've been on suboxones. Anyway, I want to start back on suboxones, but I am nervous to when to start taking them. The last time I took hydrocodone was about 17 hours ago. I do not feel any withdrawal symptoms from stopping them. When would I be safe to take my suboxone?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ricsgirl! How are you?

Suboxone actually contains 2 ingredients, the opiate Buprenorphine and Naloxone, which neutralizes other opiates to help prevent their abuse, while someone is under treatment with it. The Naloxone is most likely why the Hydrocodone didn't work, it was probably being neutralized by it.

As to restarting your Suboxone, just like when you first started it, you need to be in withdrawals, unless your doctor instructs you otherwise.

This is a narcotic analgesic, 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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gw Says:

im not a doc ,but in the hospital they gave me i small amount after 36hrs while i was in withdrawal,to see if i was ready for a reg dose.gd luck

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Cher Says:
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I took last oxcodones 16 hours ago iscit ok to take suboxone or my going get sick seems like no matter how long the first day I get sick why

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Carol Says:

Take the pill the suboxone isn't going to do anything.......suboxone and methadone will ruin your life. I have 2 dear friends dead young from years and years of methadone. It destroys you slowly.

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cathy Says:

been on methadone for over 20 years...had lots of dental work done - a lot of it real painful. Through trial and error (really loading up with extra opiates) down to advil. I found the best is your normal dose of narcotics + advil is best orally. The very BEST thing is what they used in WWI - Clove Oil will stop almost any mouth pain....You may have to shop around but it will be worth it.

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Kaydollasign Says:

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I have gone through some of the worst dental pain imaginable, abscessed tooth pain is the worst pain, I'd rather give birth w/ no epidural than go thru that pain. My doctor RX's methadone for back pain, lol, it does not touch my back pain and it sure as hell will NEVER touch a toothache pain either. Methadone does nothing for pain and anyone who say's it does is lying. I barely ever take it only when I run out of Hydrocodones which I also get for pain. You need some serious oxycodones for a toothache. I even had a relative give me some morphine and that did not even phase my toothache either. I've had my face swell to the size of a tennis ball from infection and it's evil for a dentist not to prescribe something that will handle that pain. Don't even bother with 3 mg, 5 mg. tylenol with codeine, will NOT touch that kind of pain. Why do doctors and dentists think it's o.k. for people to suffer in such unbearable pain is beyond me. I guess, the only way it will ever change is when they experience that pain, then they will finally KNOW!

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