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does milk help a allergic reaction to suboxone
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My friend is having a little reaction to suboxon . Tring to figure out if milk or something else could help. ## Hello, Bob! How is your friend doing? No, milk will not help an allergic reaction. The FDA lists the symptoms of an allergic reaction as possibly including nausea, swelling, hives, rash, itchiness and trouble breathing. This medication is classified as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. What type of reaction is your friend having? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 28 '15, 11:46 AM
what exactly does suboxone do? is it addicitive?
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i have a friend who desperately wants to get off of methadone and pain pills. will suboxone work? is it addicitive too? if someone can please help me that would be great! also is it very expensive, that's what i've heard. ## Well, first off, yes, it can be addictive as well, however, it has distince advantages over narcotic meds, Benzos, and even Methadone. Suboxone works on many of the same receptors, since it is a narcotic agent, however, it does not give the same high effect and euphoria that most addicts enjoyed, which is what made them get addicted in the first place. It also contains an opiate neutralizer, so it neutralizes anything in your system from the other drugs you were using, and of course prevents someone from continuing to use while they are on it. Most people wh... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Sep 20 '17, 4:52 PM
Suboxone doesn't last long with huge tolerance
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So I'm 30 years old. I have been taking various pain medications in very large doses for 15 years. I once ate 42 10/set hydro in one day. I was not worried about overdose on hydro, just acetaminophen. So I have a brain full of opiate receptors. From what I have read the longer and larger your tolerance well what happens is your brain builds more opiate receptors. So this is how high my tolerance is. I can take 36mg of Suboxone and the next morning at about noon take a couple hundred mg of morphine and feel full effects. So even though buprenorphine is so many times different in potency to morphine, the fact that it does not activate receptors but partially must play a major role in how Suboxone works with super highly tolerant patients. I believe my receptors saturation level may be... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Dec 05 '16, 3:07 PM
morphine to suboxone transition
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I've been taking 40gs of long acting and 240 of short acting daily for several years. The last month before converting to suboxone I tapered down. 12 hours after my last dose of long acting morphine it took 8mg of suboxone and started a3x a day 8ng of suboxone. I feel great. No side effects except 1st day had a bad headache. ## Wow! Those were very high dosages, so I'm glad that the transition went so smoothly for you. Some people have problems getting the dosage of the Suboxone just right. The FDA lists these medications as being narcotic analgesics, so they have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Are there any comments or questions? ## There's a company called point of return that... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jun 25 '17, 12:13 PM
suboxone 8 mg white pill 8 imprint
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little round white pill arrow sign pointing to the right on one side imprint number 8 on the other side ## Hi, Smokey! How are you? This is actually a generic for an 8mg Subutex tablet, it's a sublingual that's meant to be dissolved under your tongue. The difference is that the Subutex and its generics don't contain Naloxone, they only contain the Buprenorphine. Learn more Subutex details here. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have a white pill that has z10 on one side and nothing on the otherside please help me can not find it at all ## So the naloxone is an opioid blocker? An is there naloxone in the small white pill that h... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Jul 01 '17, 3:47 AM
starting suboxone from morphine
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Can't seem to find any recent discussions on this subject here? It's ocrober 1 st 20014. That's why you may see that I have a question and Answer session going on with my self LOL! As much as I would have liked to have some current feedback I'm hoping this could help someone else. Well wishes to all good luck and I will try to keep posting here as I go. I believe I will be alerted if anybody replys ## Hi Omgmomma again with some good news that may help someone else someday. I'm basically answering my own question because nobody else did, in fact it seems there is not much activity for 2014 here. Now I speak from my own experience after no body got back to me I decided that when it came to the"COW" method of determining how severe your withdrawl is I definitel... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, May 18 '15, 11:55 AM
suboxone and azor 1mg
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Hi. I am 30 days clean from opiate withdrawal. I spent my 1st 3 weeks on methadone and zopiclone and now changed to suboxone and azor 1mg. I'm getting bad headaches in the mornings since starting the azor. Is azor a bad combination with suboxone? It's my 1st time taking azor 1mg, but I fell it really does help with sleeping and anxiety. It's also the 1st time after 5 years that I have now stopped opiates. Please advise as this all seems new to me?! ## Both of these medications could cause headaches as side effects, according to NIH reports, but hey could also be cause from stopping the Methadone, according to NIH reports. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, and weight changes. How are you doing, now? Has there been an... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Azor.
Sat, May 27 '17, 12:29 AM
Suboxone Withdrawal
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I am currently on 1mg Suboxone and getting ready to stop taking altogether. What are the repercussions ? ## Hi paranah, How long were you on Suboxone for? And have you always been on a 1mg dosage? I know some people have mentioned on other threads that they had no problem stopping a 1mg dose, without withdrawals; yet in other cases, long term patients have still had withdrawal issues even past the 0.5mg mark. Whereas they found themselves having to taper down to .25 mg for about a week before being able to stop completely. Everyone's different though, so you may just need to contact your doctor regarding a tapering schedule if you feel like you need additional assistance. Many people going through withdrawals also find that exercise is a big factor as far as keeping their mood eleva... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Aug 01 '14, 3:11 PM
Allergic to suboxone
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OK I'm allergic to sulfur drugs, and I was taking Suboxone and kept getting sick. When I spoke with my pharmacist about it he said its because Suboxone as a sweetener in it, and that if u are allergic to sulfur drugs, you will be allergic to suboxone too. Has anyone ever heard of this? ## Hi bee, I haven't actually heard of sweeteners that contain sulfur until reading this post. But the only one I found (known as Saccharin), is classified as a sulfonamide. In light of this, I think it's always a good idea to research each inactive ingredient just as throughly as the active ones, to ensure preventative measures against certain allergies. Did the pharmacist mention which type of sweetener they used? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Dec 24 '14, 11:56 AM
saboxin (its suboxone)
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It's an orange pill that dissolves under the tongue that has a cross on one side. Goes from 2mg to 8mg. I have been on this for 2 years to help in my addiction to opiates. ## I have been on percocets for 2 years and I would really like to go off, does saboxin help Pain that you truely have? or does it just take the edge off? ## Yes Suboxone has an actual pain killer i it that can not only help with existing pain but stop the pain pill withdrawal symptoms in their track when you cannot take the vicodin, percocets, hydrocodone, or whatever opiate you are on any longer. ## i am swiching from methadone to saboxin in 5 days is the start hard? ## Is it normal to feel 4C4 high when given 1st. dose of saboxin ? ## I live in Dayton Ohio and I am fighting my addiction to opiates.I have taken ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Feb 02 '17, 12:17 AM
suboxone withdrawls
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I am in a drug court.program which does not allow me to be on suboxen.. I have to stop not only for myself & sobriety but for my baby girl!!! I want to do this.. but my addictive personality does not help either!! I was on xanax-pills & used pot daily & I stopped that with no problem!! Why is this suboxen SO HARD to stop doing?? Can someone who has been in my shoes PLEASE HELP!! I have to stop with nothing I've been using suboxen going on 2 years!! How long will I experience withdrawals?? How long will I feel UN motivated??? I do not by any means feel high from it, it just helps me move/motivate..!! I want to be sober from everything! & this is the only thing I have to stop! Is there ANYTHING I CAN TAKE TO HELP WITH THE WITHDRAWLS & CRAVINGS just for maybe the fi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Sat, Jun 14 '14, 8:03 PM
suboxone film strips
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I was put on suboxone 6 months ago it saved my life. I'm back to the old me and all of a sudden the doctor let 10-15 people go cause he wanted new patients. i passed all drug panels, did everything right and I called doc. Told him I was withdrawing and was gonna relapse. He turned me down and hung up on my face. I was just getting better, now lost job cause of being sick. no family no money to pay for medication. can someone please let me know if there's any help I can get for prescription cost. near lynchburg va. 90 miles is the most I can drive. please I don't wanna be like that again. Any help would be amazing ## Yourc"dr" needs reported to the state medical board in your state!!outrageous! !!! Sad sad dr..This is what you call a BAD Sub dr.. This crap makes me so... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Aug 31 '15, 3:48 PM
Allergic to Suboxone
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I've been on Suboxone for 2 years and felt fine. Then the other day I broke out with hives and also my blood pressure was very high, and I couldn't breath good. Can I develop an allergic reaction after taking this drug for 2 years? ## Hello, Keith! How are you? Yes, our bodies do change with time, so it is always possible to suddenly develop an allergy that you haven't experienced, before. Have you experienced any other issues? The FDA lists other typical allergic symptoms as possible including swelling and trouble breathing. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, May 23 '17, 11:36 PM
Suboxone wd question
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Ok so I've been using Suboxone for a little over a year and not at high levels, at my peak, an 8mg tablet would last me more than a week. So four days ago I took my last dose after tapering to .25 or less per day. I still have a full tablet just in case but have no desire to continue. I have had a rough time sleeping, mild RLS for the past 2 nights, otherwise I feel pretty good. My energy level is lower and I get hot flashes and chills from time to time, nothing unbearable. So here's my question, it's now been 3 whole days since I've had my last dose. I recently moved to a new state and am looking for work, well I'm feeling very fatigued today and have an interview and want to be sharp and alert for it. I'm contemplating taking another .125-.25 dose just to get thru ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Nov 05 '15, 11:07 AM
Suboxone - Depression
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Hello everybody. I am from Belgium, I am 47, and it has been 6 months now that I take 24mg Suboxone per day. The doctor prescript it - exceptionally, he said - in my case for severe depression (I have a history of drugs addiction, but that was a very long time ago). Suboxone is really saving my life. I feel fine with it, I can function normally. It is really a new life to me. My new psychiatrist want me to go down to 16mg a day, but I don't. Is there any reason I should go down ? If anyone had a similar experience, I would be very interested in knowing about it. Thank you all in advance. Jo. ## hi...i also have suffered from severe depression for years..i have been on every antidepressant there is..nothing lasts...but when i take suboxone,it works wonders for my depression..i have e... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Jun 07 '15, 7:03 PM
when to take suboxone?
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Hi, I am new here, although I have been reading up on these posts for my own benefit for similar, anyway, I have a question, I think I already know the answer to...but here it goes. How long do I need to wait after taking a 10mg Oxy at 3pm, then a 10mgill) methadone at 7pm on friday night, THEN a half piece, (half a pill) at 2pm sat afternoon. It is now 10am sun morning...Im not feeling withdrawls yet. I am an opiate addict & have been for 6yrs now. I am considered a"functioning addict" I think because I have a family, a 3yr old daughter...while I was pregnant, I taoered myself down on my own & took lortab 10's, yellow norcos, less acetaminophen. I then started taking suboxone last yr for 4month. My rehab counselor says Im too smart to be using but I ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Nov 22 '12, 2:20 AM
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looking for ''profiders'' for anxiety,pain,North Of Boston. 150 mile radious of Portsmouth New Hampshire. Am A caretaker for high grade medical marrijuanna,got me off ALOT of my meds but still need ''limited'' amount. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Jan 19 '14, 12:24 PM
Is suboxone as hard to get off as methadone?
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Hi everyone! I was wondering if suboxone is as hard 2 get off as methadone? I was on 110 of methadone 4 almost 5 years, after many years of Oxy abuse. Got down 2 (24) and the withdrawals were so bad, and, the cravings came back. Dr put me on suboxone, which works great. I've been on 3 (8 mg) a day 4 almost 8 years now. I'm scared 2 death 2 get off. I suffer with a lot of pain, too. The suboxone helps some. What with it. I'm also afraid of the bad withdrawals, and returning back 2 pain pills. Any advise will b helpful. ## Hi Cats, You definately can get off subs it just takes time. Why not cut down just a couple of mgs and see how it goes. Instead of 8 three times a day you could try 8 than 6 than 8. If you feel allright after a week or so try dropping another 2. Theres no se... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Apr 21 '16, 12:18 PM
Suboxone Doctors in philadelphia
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Hi I'm new and looking for a new suboxon Dr that can see me on Saturday any help please ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Jun 04 '16, 1:23 AM
how long after taking a suboxone can you use 30mg of Morphine
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I have been taking 60mg of Morphine daily for a year. This past week I took 3-4 8mg Dilaudids daily. Last night I went back to 60 mg Morphine. This morning I took 6mg of Suboxone and was in withdrawal 20 minutes later. I had to take a 1 mg Xanax and fell asleep. I am worried about tomorrow. I have no more Subs but I do have a 60mg Morphine. How long should I wait to take the Morphine? ## Go see a Doctor and stay on suboxone if you wish to turn your life around. You got sick on suboxone as you took it way too soon after taking morphine and put yourself into precipitated withdrawal. Combining opiates with xanax puts you at much higher risk of overdose and death. Get help please ## I took 4mg of sub at 9am will I still feel the opiate if I do it around 3 or 4 pm today?? ## @Kayla, Based on... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 11 '17, 9:33 AM

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