Xanax .5mg And Suboxin

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scaredlilmama Says:
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I desperately need & want to get off of diladids. I have to have xannax for panic disorder n im scared of the problems with mixing the two. I take .5mg of xannax 1 to 2 times a day. N have been taking nuerontin for nerve damage & in replace of my antidepressant. So how safe is my medications going to be with the suboxin? I HAVE got to quit these diladids!

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EDDY Says:

Hydromorphone is nasty stuff. These are questions you want to ask the Doctor!

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Verwon Says:

Some doctors that tread with Suboxone won't let you continue Xanax, while under treatment, since it can also be addictive. They will usually make you switch to one of the antidepressants that can treat panic and anxiety attacks.

But how much Dilaudid have you been taking? Suboxone is only appropriate for heavy addiction.

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.

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Will Says:

Buprenorphine is very effective at stopping all withdrawals and curbing any cravings people may have for any opiate they may be dependent on or addicted to. If you’re looking to get off Dilauded, first ask yourself how bad your pain is when you don’t take anything for it…If 4 mg hydromorphone helps the pain, then 8 mg of suboxone twice a day should help you get off the dilaudid and help any residual pain you may have. However, the Xanax may present a problem…the are reports of interactions between benzodiazepines and buprenorphine. In fact there are severe interactions that have occurred. The interaction can lead to cardiac arrest! So if you need the .5 mg of Xanax…discuss that with your doctor. Finally, not al Drs can prescribe suboxone, subutex, zubsolv or any buprenorphine product; so you’ll need to reach out online in your area for Drs who can prescribe it. Drs. who choose to have to go to some special ongoing education courses and register another DEA “x” number.

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