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... There are MANY, MANY misconceptions about Suboxone and Subutex. ... (34 replies)
... of an 8mg while the doc watched and nothing, then took the other half and felt great. The first two weeks of the sub I had a headache and nausea but never enough to throw up. ... (2 replies)
... No offense taken. I dont really know much about Suboxone. Thanks for the info! (34 replies)

... eyes, I have to take my contacts out every few days to give my eyes a rest now. After the 1st week, the nausea and headaches have gone away. Like I said I'm experiencing NO anxiety. I do have a bit of depression but I know it's not the drug. ... (28 replies)
... Hi Everyone, Does anyone get constant Nausea or Sweating from taking Suboxone? ... (8 replies)
... in suboxone that can cause nausea and depression....He didn't think it would hurt to try. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new to this site, but I have read some very interesting posts about other people's experience with Suboxone. I took Suboxone for 2 months. I started at 12 mg, then went up to 16mg for two weeks, then down to 8mg for two weeks. Last week I weaned myself off of them. ... (10 replies)
... that was subs at least until i couldnt stop sweating getting fatigued etc which i have quit before but went back on subutex instead because i thought the nal in suboxone was doing it the only way is to suck it up as i have done too many times and im sure this isnt the last time and quit. ... (8 replies)
... but I'm no Dr. I've never really heard of anyone getting fatigued or nausea from taking suboxone alone especially 4mg's but everyones body is different and peoples bodys react to things differently. ... (10 replies)
... Also, I'm feeling angry that my doctor feels I can go through the Suboxone detox at home, especially after reading that there are some drugs that can ease the nausea and inability to sleep. ... (17 replies)
... I wanted to ask a question to anyone who has been through this. I started on suboxone on Tuesday, in full blown withdrawals. 15 minutes after i took my first dose, i had relief of almost every symptom. ... (43 replies)
... Wow, it's been quite awhile since I posted anything on this board. I was put on Suboxone in February after yet another in my history of many relapses and attempted periods of recovery. Currently I'm on 8 mgs. Is this a typical dose? ... (2 replies)
... Don't panic. I don't think you have to take the day off tomorrow. I took my first dose of Suboxone two full days after my last dose of Oxycontin and felt great after about 30 mins. ... (20 replies)
... However, if you're taking significant amounts of an opiate for a long period of time, suboxone can be a good idea. ... (24 replies)
... o nothing when I was in jail and I didn't sleep for 3 weeks. You are just awake, your muscles and joints ache, sniffles, nausea, etc. It's BAD! It's an old drug. Suboxone is the NEW drug and much easier to get off of. My question would be WHY? ... (1 replies)
... Well two weeks tomorrow since I changed from suboxone to subutex and a higher dose. I cannot believe the difference. I feel almost normal. All the really heavy cravings have gone. ... (165 replies)
... cts worse. So I am caught between a rock and a hard place. If I stay on the 4mgs I still think about shooting up and taking morphine etc. Not as bad as before suboxone but. It would not be a problem except I have to work and I cant be falling asleep at work or getting anyone suspicious or I could lose my job. ... (10 replies)
... I wish someone would have answered the same questions I had about Suboxone making me sick at the time I was on it. ... (3 replies)
New to Suboxone
May 17, 2009
... lls to see if I would have any left before next appointment with PM to make sure I wouldn't run out. Finally, I realized I have a problem. A friend told me about Suboxone and Friday was my 1st day. ... (6 replies)
... hence the name suboxone. Naloxone is a full agaonist and subutex is a partial aganist. If you swallow a suboxone tablet, you will absorb the one part naloxone, and little, if any, buprenorphine. ... (6 replies)




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