Suboxone & Buprenorphine

Suboxone Withdrawal – How to quit Suboxone forever without pain. 0

Suboxone Withdrawal – How to quit Suboxone forever without pain.

Opiate Addiction – Suboxone, Methadone, Oxycodone, Morphine & Hydrocodone Opiate addiction is a dangerous condition that often precipitates a medical detox. Suboxone is the brand name for buprenorphine and naloxone, used to treat addiction to strong synthetic opiates hydromorphone, dilaudid and common opiates such as heroin and morphine. Suboxone helps to wean you from opiates by...

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Opiate Dependence, Cold Turkey Withdrawal & Suboxone – Page 2 of 2

[adrotate group=”8″] Return to Page 1 of Article   Hitting Rock Bottom, Recovering & Hitting Rock Bottom Again Rock bottom is a tough place to be, but on the other hand it can be a blessing because that is what it takes for some people to take action.  The truth of the matter is that...

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Suboxone Film Coupons – Suboxone Here To Help $0 Copay Card

Suboxone Film Coupons – Here to Help Coupons & Printable Coupons The manufacturer of Suboxone Film, Reckitt Benckiser currently has two money saving programs for assisting patients who are taking Suboxone.  They also have the “Here to Help” program to help those who are taking Suboxone with any treatment related questions or problems. Suboxone Film...

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3 Month Suboxone Addiction – Help to Quit

[adrotate group=”8″] Suboxone Addiction – Help to Quit The subject of this blog post is taken from another that I found via a web-search for Suboxone Addiction.  I am making a post about this question because it is a common one that I get asked here and I believe it is more of a problem...

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What are the differences between Buprenex, Butrans, Buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Subutex?

[adrotate banner=”1″] What are the differences between Buprenex, Butrans, Buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Subutex? All of these medications are similar in that they contain a shared active ingredient buprenorphine hydrochloride.  They are all different medications with the exception of buprenorphine which is the active ingredient in all medications.  There are subtle differences between each of the...

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Morphine Addiction Treatment – Buprenorphine Naloxone (Suboxone or Subutex) vs Methadone

[adrotate group=”8″] Quitting Opiates – Which works better Suboxone or Methadone There is no silver-bullet answer to this question, but in my experience buprenorphine naloxone (aka Suboxone) is a better choice because I think it works better and it is easier to quit once you reach that point.  Quitting Suboxone or Methadone can be a...

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Illustration Showing How Buprenorphine Blocks Opiate Receptors

[adrotate banner=”1″] Great Illustration Showing How Buprenorphine Blocks Opiate Receptors This illustration is owned by naabt.org so I am posting a link to the page.   This makes things crystal clear on how Suboxone works.  The Buprenorphine kind of fills in the receptor with junk so that the opiate doesn’t fit in perfectly.  Kind of...

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Chronic Pain Management Using Buprenorphine

[adrotate group=”8″] How Buprenorphine Works for Pa in Management or Opiate Addiction Buprenorphine is being used for drug addiction treatment because it is a long-acting opioid (24-72 hours) and it produces less respiratory depression at high doses than other narcotic treatment drugs. Buprenorphine is much more potent than morphine as an analgesic; and like morphine,...