Can You Snort Subutex

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snorting subutex while pregnant
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My best friend is pregnant and snorts her prescription so i was just wondering what the effects on the fetus were taking subutex as directed, dissolving it under your tongue vs snorting it? ## What ever happened? I'm curious because I know someone in the same boat. ## I had my second child this past may, and Ive been on 12 to 16mg subutex per day for the last 6 years. both of my children are fine, I even breastfed them on the meds. its NOT recommended to stop taking subutex when pregnant because of the stress it would put on both mother and baby, as well as the risk of relapse on harder drugs. they need to tell their doctors they're on it, because if they don't and it shows up on the babys first urine screen [ for drugs ] they will get CPS involved. ## I don't know much ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Fri, Apr 15 '16, 2:52 PM
Subutex sniff or dissolve
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If You Sniff The Small White 8 Mg Subutex Is It Stronger Then Letting Them Dissolve under your tounge? ## yes it is much stronger and only a miligram of the 8 miligram needs to be sniffed to achieve an effect! even if you have used heroin for years it will take away withdrawal symptoms! but be warned you must be in withdrawal from heroin or methadone for it to work and if you take when you still high on heroin or methadone then you will go into a nightmare withdrawal so be careful!! i would not recommend you snort these tablets but if you do be careful and look at harm reduction and like i said only sniff a small amount and dont go sniffing too much as the body builds a rapid tolerence and also you will have so much in your system from the last sniff or the day before and you will just ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Subutex.
Fri, Dec 14 '12, 2:41 AM
What are the side effects of subutex abuse
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My husband has an addiction to pain pills and i recently found out he snorts & shoots up subutex..... can you please give me info on the side effects of this? Talked to a director over a rehab center today, hoping they have a bed for him monday. I'm trying to learn what i can do to help him get over this, we have two small children and our youngest is just 4 months. i love my husband so much i just want him to have a normal life so he can be here to watch our babies grow instead of in a cemetary lot.. thank you. ## Hi I am currently tapering off subutext & went from 8mg down to 1.5mg. I just started snorting it cuz I find it seems to last question is this. Will this way cause a more unpleasant detox? I saw online that someone recommended this as it helps wen you ge... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Subutex.
Thu, Jul 07 '16, 6:09 AM
is subutex an opiate would they look for it in unalysis opiates
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Is subutex an opiate? would they look for it in an opiate urinalysis? Also i snorted a lortab 10/500 on thursday, then took an urinalysis on the very next friday. Will either of these show up in the testing? the urinalysis was the kind where you dip it. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Subutex.
Sat, Nov 02 '13, 9:53 AM
orange colored pill with N8 on one side and J on the other side
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My hubby and I found 2 of these pills.They are shaped like a stop sign, orange in color and have N8 on one side with a wierd shape on the other. Please anyone who might know -------- Help!!!!! ## This is something called Subutex, it has 8mg of buprenorphine and 2mg of naloxone. It is used to help people detox from opiates such as vicodin, percocet, lortab, etc. The bupreorphone is used to help the withdrawal symptoms and the naloxone is to prevent a person from abusing the bupreoprphone, such as crushing it and snorting it or taking too many. ## umm... sorry but you are wrong. Subotex is a WHITE pill, that is oblong shaped and small. The orange pill that is shaped like a stop sign that you found is called a suboxen, which is an opiate blocker. Subotex is a varied form of the orange pill... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Subutex.
Wed, Mar 20 '13, 12:17 PM

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