How Long Do You Have to Wait to Take Suboxone?


Suboxone is a medication that is in the opioid class. It contains a combination of naloxene and buprenorphine and is most commonly prescribed to a person that has an opiate addiction. When a doctor prescribes this medication, they will tell you how long you must wait to take it. It should only be used as prescribed and stored at room temperature. Alcohol should be avoided while taking Suboxone. Side effects can include extreme drowsiness, weakness, slurred speech, and nausea.
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usualy 12 hours.
I have been on Suboxone before on two occasions, and generally a good wait period is abote 36 hours to be safe. It is better to be safe than sorry. Suboxone contains Naloxone, also
Before you take a first dosage of Suboxone, you will
No, it won't get you high. For one, the half-life of buprenorphine (the main ingredient in Subs) is 36 hours. For two, it's an opiate that's a hell of a lot stronger than oxycodone
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