When Can I Feel Opiates After Taking Suboxone

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how long it takes to feel opiates after taking suboxone
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If u take a 4mg suboxone at 8am in the morning before work and sweat alot and drink alot of water u could take opiates around 10pm that night and u will feel it but not nearly as much as if u just wait for the next day. Also alot of ppl including myself think u can push through by using more but its just waste of money. The sub will block it and its very dangerous because you can overdose very easily because your putting the opiates in your system but not feeling it but you can still od, also if you used subs for a few days in a row ot takes a little longer for the sub to get out of your system like another 12 to 24 hours. Also your tolerance goes down really quick just as fast as ur tolerance goes up it goes down just as quick. My personal experience I was taking subs for 3 weeks and w... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Sep 07 '17, 2:15 PM
suboxone and opiates
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I took 4mg of sub's at midnight and another 4 at 8am. This is the first time I've taken it in several months. How long till opiates will work again? ## I have done it before within the same day....6 to 7 hours apart actually and I felt fine!! I did feel the relief from the Hydro also ## I took 4mg of suboxone today @6am & 4mg @12pm. How long till I can take my usual 30mg roxis? I usually take 10-14 30mg roxi/day (2-3 at a time) for severe chronic migraines but ran out for 2 days, hence the subs on 2nd day. But I will get my roxis @4pm. When is it safe to take because I have a raging migraine. ## I wondering the same as"need help". Last sub was 3pm yesterday but I need to take the 30OC ASAP. Sitting on them sucks! From all my research it seems like we can take them as... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Sep 30 '17, 9:16 PM
how long after taking a suboxone can you use opiate
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I took 4mg suboxone at 9am this morning and have never taking them before. Can I take a Percocet tonight and still get pain relief? ## People often get confused very easily about this. As an addict who used opiates for about 10 years and now on suboxone for 2 years, and having gone to over 15 rehabs and countless suboxone doctors I have a bit of knowledge on this issue. If you take a suboxone and immediately after try to do opiates, YOU WILL NOT GO INTO WITHDRAWAL. you will just not feel the effects of the opiates because of the blocker. Now if you do it the opposite way, if you do opiates and immediately take your suboxone (you have to wait at the very least 12-24 hours to take it), then you will go into immediate withdrawal and believe me, it is TORTURE! Ask any doctor or anybody who ... ...
Updated 21 days ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Sep 28 '17, 10:28 AM
how long does it take to feel suboxone after taking methadone
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I got off my subs for a month and went back to full antagonists thinking I was gonna have gall bladder surgery. I can't take the opiates anymore so I went back to my subs two days ago after being on methadone for about two weeks. My question is why do I still feel so so weak and I'm not familiar with methadone, so thinking it's still in my system maybe and the two are fighting it out ??? ## Because methadone has such a long half life, I think your assumption is probably correct in that the two medications may be fighting it out on your receptors so to speak - potentially causing side effects such as weakness. MedsChat has a drug half life calculator on the home page here that estimates how long a specific drug/dosage remains in your body after certain time intervals; whereas... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Sep 27 '16, 7:38 AM
how long after taking a suboxone can you use fentanyl patch
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Ok..so I've been on Suboxone 8mg strips for 2 years. However, I've been only taking 4mg a day starting a week ago and have only taken 1mg the past 2 days. I have a fentanyl patch because, frankly, I'm tired of suffering with my ungodly back pain. My question is probably predictable, but given the low doses I've taken, if I use the patch tomorrow morning, will I feel the effect? If I do use it, tomorrow morning will be 24 hrs since my last dose of 1mg suboxone. ## Generally, it takes 72 hours for the Naloxone in the Suboxone to process, before you can take other opiates and have them be effective, unless your doctor instructs you otherwise. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, s... ...
Updated 16 days ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 10:38 PM
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
suboxone, subutex and opiates
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This is simple. I've been on suboxone for five years. I'm clean. I took opiates for thirty years. Methadone was the kinky way out and frankly doesn't work for the same reason subutex rarely works. You can still take opiates on top of both. Suboxone has a blocker. It is easy knowing you can't feel high. I still go to therapy and meetings. Beats being deaf. Good luck. ## Hello, Anfy! How are you? Actually, Subutex can still block other opiates from working, so many people do have good luck with it. It contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, which tends to cling to the opiate receptors in the brain much stronger than most other opiates, so it can also cause precipitated withdrawal, if someone has been taking any recently. The FDA classifies it as an opiate that is mos... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methadone.
Mon, Apr 18 '16, 3:57 PM
Can u feel a norco 18 hrs after ur last dose 3mg of suboxone
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I have been on suboxone for I think a little over 3 weeks. I started this to get off of norcos which I took for pain and gained a dependency to. I have chronic pain and cannot function for my daughter, husband, or my management position at work while in so much pain. I would like to be able to take norco here and there to stop my pain. My main question it, I was taking around 8mg of suboxone a day. I took my last dose of suboxone almost 19 hours ago and I am curious if i can take AND FEEL a norco now. How will i know when the suboxone is out of my system so I can get pain relief from norco? Thank you in advance. ## It takes about 3 days for another pain medication to have any effect, after taking Suboxone. You really can't mix Suboxone and other opiates due to the fact that Suboxone... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Tue, Mar 15 '16, 3:25 PM
how long does suboxone block opiates
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I was on 180 mgs of methadone and Xeroxed at home for a week n the withdrawal set in the very first day of being without methadone and for a week straight I had to let my daughter stay w her daddy n played in my bed with the a.c full blast n sweat Ontario n as hoodie on sweating ,shaking,chills,diahrea, no apetite and hurt all over as if I'd been barred with a baseball bat but after seven days I went to a program when they put me on eight mgs of suboxone twice a day n was on it for nearly three weeks but know I can't afford the doctor visit n have no insurance so I'm on day the n starting to feel done withdrawal kicking in so I just took four tabs n hoping they will take the sick away. not looking to feel high but to simply take the edge off. So far I don't feel the opia... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Dec 10 '16, 1:07 PM
Using Suboxone To Get Off And Stay Off Opiates
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I was prescribed opiate painkillers for 5 years. I gradually became totally addicted to the point that while these drugs ( Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Oxycontin and others) worked well for their intended purpose, the 'good feeling" they gave me became the focal point of my life. The unavoidable physical and psychological dependence eventually led to serious and harmful consequences- damaged or ruined relationships (divorce in my case) with people who were now less important than the drugs. Responsibilities and interests I had fell by the wayside. Although I have a legitimate need for pain relief due to nerve damage caused by disease, the doctor saw that I was abusing the drugs- taking too much and using them to get high- and cut me off. The withdrawal symptoms were horrific. I went ... ...
Updated 16 days ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 7:59 PM
Effects of morphine after suboxone
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I have taken 8 mg of suboxone for the past 2 days, the last time being last night around 8pm. I just received a prescription for 60 mg morphine for a back procedure and am hoping to be able to take it by tomorrow night. The doctor told me since I only took it for a few days that's all I should have to wait (although I sure felt the shot they gave me!) Does anyone have any experience with this or answers that may help? ## Hello, Lolly! How are you? It usually takes about 72 hours, before other opiates will work, though it could be different for you, since you felt the shot without any issues. If your doctor doesn't feel you need to wait longer, then it is always best to follow their advice. It isn't harmful to try taking another opiate sooner, the Suboxone just prevents them ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Sat, Aug 05 '17, 4:31 AM
how long after you take suboxone can a pain pill be felt
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Someone I know took one sliver of a suboxone, but had never taken it before. It was to help them get through a day without pain meds. How long till they can take a 30mg dose of regular medication for pain relief? ## Hello, Nickels! How are you? About 72 hours, due to the Naloxone in the Suboxone, it takes that long for it to stop blocking other opiates. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate, 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? ## Where can I get only 2, @ 8.2 mg of sub's until I see my doctor tomorrow Tue evening!! I forgot (3) in hotel & left forgetting them started to panic. Can feel WD coming on right now 1 day without. I hat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Apr 24 '16, 2:15 PM
subutex blocks other opiates like suboxone does
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I was dope sick and was given a subutex. I hear it's just like the suboxone so it's a blocker or would I feel another opiate a few hours later? ## Hello, Bree! How are you? No, Subutex does not contain the Naloxone that is in Suboxone that neutralizes other opiates. It only contains Buprenorphine. The FDA lists this medication as being 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. However, if you have an addiction problem, I strongly urge you to see a doctor and get proper medical help. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Vernon you do not know what you are talking about at all. Yes subutex blocks opiates just as well as suboxone. The bup which is in both med... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Subutex.
Fri, Jul 07 '17, 10:16 AM
will I be able to feel opiates after 48 hours of raking zubs
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I took my last dose of zubsolv Tuesday at 3pm (1/2) a 5.7 tab. I'm going to the dentist today at 2 to get a tooth pulled and will get lortabs today about 3 will I feel the effect? I tried taking 2 5/3.25s yesterday at 3 ( @24hrs) will that screw me up for today?? They will be a stronger mg ## Well I took 5 7.5s lortabs today at 50hrs clean and felt equivalent to as if I took one lortab I will take more tomorrow And see if I feel the full effects at 60-70 hrs clean of zubsolv/ suboxone ## Hi ash, From what I understand, due to Buprenorphine's long half life, it's usually a good idea to wait a at least 3-5 days (72hrs or more) before taking any opiates in order to feel their full effects. Some patients may find those numbers debatable based on their experience. And I believe i... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zubsolv.
Sat, Apr 18 '15, 3:05 PM
Simple answers on suboxone/subutex use w norco/opiates
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OK. I was hooked on oxy and norco for over a yr. Started taking suboxone at just 8mg a day, that's not low, subs are extremely strong. Every 4 days I took off a mg till I was down to 1mg. After 4 days on 1mg I stopped and very light WD for just ONE DAY! Then I was fine! As far as taking norco with subs I just waited 5 hrs and didn't go into WD but didn't feel the norco at all. So u gotta wait a few days to feel opiates after sub use to feel them but I don't recommend that because u may not be out of ur sub WD just not feel it and go into WD. Wait 2 weeks. I went cold turkey of of 80mg oxy a day and it was hell, so I can call subs a miracle. If u taper right you'll have almost NO WD! Hope this PSA helps. Lol ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Mar 24 '16, 3:16 AM
can i take methadone with suboxone
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I am having some serious withdrawals this early morning. I just took an 8 mg sub at 4 am and i wanna go to the methadone clinic at 5 am will I be able to take a dose of methadone at that time or will it not mix well with the suboxone strip? ## No, you'll need to be off the Suboxone for about 72 hours, before you can take Methadone, or it won't work. The Buprenorphine in it takes a stronger hold on the opiate receptors than the others do, plus the Naloxone neutralizes other opiates. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate, 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? ## No, you will go through precipitated withdrawals and feel like you are ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Methadone.
Wed, Aug 02 '17, 8:44 AM
2mg of suboxone
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about 13 hours ago I took a quarter of a suboxone just to get through the night without feeling sick. I never used suboxone before and I know I used a very low dose. I have been hooked on opiates for a while but the suboxone was my last resort 13 hours ago.. the amount I used was so small and since it was over 13 hours ago I was wondering if I took my oxycontin if I would feel it? I have about 60 mg of oxys. I know suboxone has a blocker but since I only used it once and it was only 2mg would it be safe to say that if I took my 60 mg oxy if I would feel it? remember, this is the first time I used a sub so I have no suboxone built up in my body??? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Jan 11 '15, 12:27 PM
Suboxone not helping
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I took a 4mg at 1pm, then a 2mg at 3pm. Still in withdrawals. It's now 7pm. Can I take another 2 mg dose? I don't think I have gone into PAW. My last ms contin dose of 30mg was at 7pm last night. Help please. ## Hello, Missy! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having. It sounds like you may not have waited long enough, after taking the MS Contin, so the Suboxone may be pushing you into some withdrawal. Generally, unless your doctor instructs otherwise, you have to be in full withdrawal from all other opiates, before taking it, which usually takes 24 hours, or more. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Oct 27 '15, 7:22 PM
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
getting off suboxone
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Hi. I have been addicted to H/oxycontin for two years. I got clean for 4 months once and never got back to using everyday. I use at the most 3 days a week but most of the time I use just friday night and saturday. When im off opiates i always take 2mg of suboxone daily. Like i said this has been going on for about two years. This is the biggest problem i have when trying to get clean, I know its going to be a struggle but i preparing myself mentally to just grin and bare it but i end up going through this cycle everytime i try to go cold turkey off subs or opiates. The first day i wake up feeling s***ty but go about my day. I go to work and feel super weak and out of it, my nose usually starts running like crazy and its hard to move and I have zero motivation. As the day progresses my n... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Mar 19 '16, 2:14 PM

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