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... it sticks to the receptors and won't let other opiates bind, the naloxone was added ONLY to deter iv use. subutex blocks exactly the same way and has no naloxone in it. ... (12 replies)
... I took a Vicodin for breakthrough pain last night, about 12 hrs after my last 1mg of Suboxone and it did'nt work. How long does the blocking effect last? ... (12 replies)
... to answer your question, this depends on the person, his age and constitution, general health, and other factors that are unknown. But most of all it depends on how much opiate he took and for how long. ... (28 replies)

... There are MANY, MANY misconceptions about Suboxone and Subutex. ... (34 replies)
... Suboxone may be covered by your insurance, while Vicodin may not be. The naloxone element in the Suboxone will discourage ancillary opiate use, since it blocks opiates in general. ... (4 replies)
... es you up. I just switched back 2 days ago and now have to adjust to the Sub again. This was just an experiment basically. I wanted to know what would happen and how I would feel. ... (12 replies)
... kellibear is absolutely right. the naloxone was only added to deter iv use. it has no effect whatsoever on the receptors, the sub binds to the receptors and blocks any effect of opiate use. ... (12 replies)
... the cravings were not physically there for hydros but mentally they were. I, like you , took a Vic in the afternoon , but felt nothing. Chef is talking about suboxone which has naltrexene in it, but Subutex doesn't. ... (17 replies)
... eone taking hydros on top of suboxone for an extra buzz proved a great point and that is the biggest and hardest part of addiction and then eventually getting of suboxone and being clean of anything is all in our heads. ... (37 replies)
... seeking, the lieing, the needle, the cravings, and since it blocks the feelings of euphoria, etc. that you get from opiates, you will soon find yourself not even thinking about taking heroin anymore. ... (4 replies)
... but how many pills were you taking before and what were they? ... (6 replies)
... and have a long history of drug use.. ... (28 replies)
... ck to my GP after a while and the same exact story as yours as the time went on, he kept on adding and adding different things and the same as you, no ceiling on how much. On my drug plan I could get 365 Vicodin in the mail and when I got this out of my mailbox I felt sick!!!! ... (6 replies)
... First, you need to know that Suboxone is NOT for pain. Normally, if someone is truly an addict and has chronic pain, they recommend Methadone but I could be wrong about that. ... (14 replies)
... gain. I would have to say from past experience that even if he did this, he more than likely didn't feel anything from it. I think within a 24 hour period, the Suboxone is still in your system and blocks all effects of opiates. ... (24 replies)
... I said "yeah, two" he then started lecturing me about how I needed to be attending more meetings and relying on the twelve steps during times such as these. ... (14 replies)

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