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Suboxone(buprenorphine and naloxone) are drugs that are used to treat opioid use disorder. It alleviates yearnings to use opioids and also relieves withdrawal symptoms.
Buprenorphine is sometimes referred to as a narcotic and is an opioid medication. Naloxone is used to stop the effects of opioid medications that can lead to drug abuse.
Guides To Suboxone Safety
Suboxone can reduce or put a stop to your breathing and may be abused., Abuse can cause addiction, overflow, or death.
The drug can have lethal side effects when used with other drugs and alcohol. It can slow your breathing or can cause drowsiness.
Pregnant women must not use the drug because it can cause addiction in the baby and such babies will need treatment for a long period.
Nursing mothers must ask online Suboxone doctors before using Suboxone, and while using the drug, they should call the doctor’s attention if they notice slow breathing and dire drowsiness in the nursing baby.
How to use Suboxone
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Suboxone must be taken precisely as prescribed by your doctor. Don’t ever use a larger amount of Suboxone or use it for longer than prescribed. Read and follow the guides on your prescription.
Before using Suboxone sublingual film, moisten your mouth with water. Put each film inside each cheek and allow them to completely dissolve.
Never swallow the film or chew on the film so that the drug can work well.
You should put sublingual tablets under your tongue until they dissolve.
You should not stop taking Suboxone abruptly because it can cause terrible withdrawal symptoms. You need to ask your doctor before stopping the use of the drug.
Don’t ever share Suboxone with anyone, particularly if the person has a history of drug abuse or addiction. Because it can cause even death. Suboxone must never be given out or sold because it is against the law.
When using Suboxone, you need to have regular blood tests to examine your liver function.
Do not ever grind, break or crush Suboxone sublingual tablets to mix it to inject the drug into your vein or suck in the powder. Such procedures have led to death in several instances.
Make sure you inform all your medical care providers that you are receiving treatment for opioid addiction and that you are on Suboxone.
Be sure that your family members are aware of your situation and can supply the correct information during an emergency.
Monitor your drugs and be vigilant in case anyone is taking them without a prescription.
Do not store leftover opioid medications. Locate a drug take-back disposal program through your pharmacist and if there is nothing of such, pull out all unused films from the foil pack and flush such films down the toilet. Discard the empty foil pack into the trash. Just one accidental or improper usage of a dose can result in death.
Suboxone must be stored at room temperature. Keep it away from heat and moisture.
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