Category: Morphine

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Quitting Suboxone or Buprenorphine – Why is it so hard?

Why is Quitting Suboxone or Buprenorphine so hard? Voluntary control – Decision to take medicine The initial decision to take a medicine or drug is considered voluntary control. Once you start taking an addictive or dependent drug for a period of time and your body gets used to being under that influence, you are non longer under voluntary control. Your control is seriously compromised because you suffer major pain or uncomfortable feelings when you don’t take the Buprenorphine.   It...

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Street Value Of Suboxone, Steet Value Of Other Opiates (Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Dilaudid, Subutex, Zubsolv)

Street Value of Various Opioid Medications I would never condone buying medications this way. I have been asked (several times) to solicit street pricing information from people across the world about prices for Suboxone, Suboxone Film, Oxycodone and just about any other opiate you can think of. This is purely for entertainment purposes, it is sometimes funny to see what people are paying for things that our insurance buys for little to no copay. I personally do not know how people can...

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Suboxone Roller-coaster, Not Approved by the FDA

The dangerous Suboxone Roller-coaster is gaining popularity There is no real ride with this name, however it represents a trend that seems to be increasing among opiate addicts around the world.  This opiate ride is not approved by the FDA. It is not doctor approved. And even though the ride is dangerous it doesn’t stop addicts from living this thrill ride. Subutex and Suboxone are medications approved for the treatment of opiate dependence. Both medicines contain the active ingredient, buprenorphine...

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

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 a typical addict will hit rock bottom several times possibly as many as half a dozen before hitting that point where they have a chance of recovering....

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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 Coupon, Pay $0 Copay and Save up to $50 per month. (Reckitt Benckiser Patient Assistance) (offer extended through 2016) Suboxone Film Here to Help Guided Support for your...

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3 Month Suboxone Addiction – Help to Quit

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 than we know about– and the main reason I started this website was to help others with this problem. I will post quotes from the full blog...

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

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 challenge, but I think Suboxone is just a little easier. There are some variables involved that will probably be considered, price of course is always on the...

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Chronic Pain Management Using Buprenorphine

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, it produces dose-related euphoria, respiratory depression, and sedation. Low doses of buprenorphine can eliminate opiate withdrawal symptoms When treating someone who is addicted to opioids, a low...

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Legal Uses of Buprenorphine for pain (Buprenex®) and opioid addiction

Legal Uses of Buprenorphine (Buprenex®) & (Suboxone® and Subutex®). (based on DEA Narcotic Addict Treatment Act effective 2006) Treatment of pain under the trade name of (Buprenex®) Treatment of opioid addiction under the trade names (Suboxone® and Subutex®).   Prescriptions Dispensed for Buprenorphine in the US In 2009, there were 5,080,000 prescriptions for buprenorphine dispensed. In 2010 (up to September) there were 4,600,000 buprenorphine prescriptions dispensed which is on a pace to reach 5,750,000 prescriptions dispensed by the end of 2010.   69 Tons of...

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Taper 101 for Addictive Opioids like Buprenorphine Naloxone

Tapering 101 – Addictive Pain Killers and Opiates Heroin Demerol Methadone Morphine Hydrocodone Oxycodone Suoxone Dilaudid Vicodin Percocet     Factors that affect the Taper From Addictive Opiates (Opiate, Methadone, Morphine, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Suoxone and Dilaudid) how long you’ve been on the med what dose you’re on your age what other meds you’re taking your general health.   Opiate Tapering using Gradual Dose Reduction (aka Tapering) The purpose of tapering a medication is to find an optimal dose or to...