Lofexidine

Category: Opioid Dependence



Lofexidine Overview

Lofexidine, sold under the brand name Lucemyra among others,[1] is a medication historically used to treat high blood pressure, but more commonly used to help with the physical symptoms of opioid withdrawal.[2] It is taken by mouth.[3] It is an α2A adrenergic receptor agonist.[3] It was approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States in 2018.[3] Contents 1 Medical uses 1.1 Opioi...

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Lofexidine for withdrawal symptoms

Has anyone used this medication to lessen withdrawal symptoms? It's called Lofexidine and the FDA approved it in May. ## Hello Kurtiss, I have not personally used this medication as I have not had to go through opiod withdrawals but I did find a pretty informative FDA press release that I would like to link you. Take a look at this if you're looking to get a bit more information on this medication. [1] FDA Press Release Hopefully you find something useful. Have a great day.

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Lofexidine
  • Tablet: 0.18mg
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Lofexidine for withdrawal symptoms
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