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What is Suboxone, and what is its working mechanism?

Suboxone contains buprenorphine and naloxone, where buprenorphine is an opioid medication that works through the opioid receptors, and naloxone is an opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of other opioid drugs. The World Health Organization has classified Suboxone as an essential medicine required in the health sector.

The Food and Drugs Administration controls the sale and purchase of this medicine, and therefore, buying or selling Suboxone without an appropriate prescription is not permitted. As we are a legitimate online pharmacy, you can buy Suboxone online from us that too at a discounted price.

Where to buy Suboxone, and is it safe to buy medicine online?

Being an FDA-approved medication, you can buy Suboxone only through authorized drug dealers. Therefore, we recommend you purchase medicine online to avail a decent discount while purchasing Suboxone and other medication online.

We assure you that we deliver you the best quality medicine and value for the money you invested if you buy Suboxone online if you order medication from our website.

How should you take this medication?

Suboxone is one of the highly addictive and habit-forming drugs that can turn out to be detrimental to your health if taken inappropriately. Therefore, we advise you to take Suboxone as recommended by your doctor.

You should avoid medical errors and try to be consistent throughout the treatment. We also recommend you visit your doctor if you are not observing any improvement in your health.

All about Suboxone dosage

Please take Suboxone as prescribed by your doctor, but if you don’t want to consult any doctor before taking Suboxone, you should initiate your treatment with the minimum possible dose. The lowest Suboxone dosages for different categories of patients without any medical histories are as follows:

Dosage for treating opioid dependence

In the form of buccal film 

Initial treatment

  • For adults
    Day 1
    0.7 mg of naloxone and 4.2 mg of buprenorphine twice or thrice a day
  • Day 2
    8.4 mg of buprenorphine with 1.4 mg of naloxone once a day.
  • For children
    Using Suboxone for treating patients younger than 18 years might not be safe.

In the form of sublingual film

Initial treatment

  • For adults
    Day 1
    2 mg naloxone and 8 mg buprenorphine in multiple dosagesDay 2
    16 mg of buprenorphine and 1.4 mg naloxone once a day.
  • For children
    Using Suboxone for treating patients younger than 18 years is not safe.

In the form of sublingual tablets

Initial treatment

  • For adults
    Day 1
    1.4 mg of naloxone and 5.7 mg of buprenorphine twice or thrice a dayDay 2
    11.4 mg of buprenorphine with 2.9 mg of naloxone once a day.
  • For children
    Using Suboxone for treating patients younger than 18 years is safe.

What should you know before taking Suboxone?

Suboxone is dangerous medicine; therefore, it comes with a long list of precautions and black-boxed warnings that you should consider while using this medicine. In addition to the precautions, you should also take care of the following things before using Adderall:

  • You should not take Suboxone if you are allergic to the medicine or other opioids or opioid antagonists or have the following health disorders or history thereof:
    • Sleep apnea (breathing that stops while sleeping) or other breathing disorders
    • Difficulty while urinating
    • Enlarged prostate
    • Liver disease
    • Kidney disorder
    • Abnormal curvature in the spine that affects your breathing
    • Thyroid disorder
    • Problems in the functioning of the gallbladder and pancreas
    • Brain tumor or head injuries
    • Seizures
  • Using Suboxone during the lactation period is not advisable; it can pass into the breastmilk and harm the baby.
  • Expecting women are also advised to avoid using Suboxone during pregnancy.
  • Suboxone is a dangerous medicine; therefore, it should not be taken in excess. Using Suboxone more than what has been prescribed can result in overdose.
  • Keep your medicine safe with yourself and never share it with anyone who is a drug addict, and dispose of the leftover medicine under the pharmacist’s supervision once you are done with the treatment.
  • Although we have done a lot of research and tried to cover everything you should know about Suboxone, please don’t hesitate to ask your doctor if you are confused.

Side effects of using Suboxone

Suboxone is a combination of opioid and opioid antagonists that acts through the opioid receptors to treat opioid dependence and moderate to severe chronic and acute pain.

Be careful; using Suboxone may cause the following side effects:

  • Dizziness or drowsiness
  • Blurred vision
  • Concentration issues
  • Opioid withdrawal symptoms
  • Pain in the tongue
  • Numbness or redness in the mouth
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Headache

We advise you to stop using Suboxone immediately and talk to your doctor if you observe the following side effect symptoms:

  • Slow and shallow breathing
  • Sleep apnea (breathing that stops while sleeping)
  • Lightheadedness
  • Confusion or disorientation
  • Weakness
  • Blurred vision
  • Slurred speech
  • Opioid withdrawal symptoms include shivering, goosebumps, increased sweating, feeling hot or cold.
  • Any other allergic reaction to the medicine

Suboxone interactions

Suboxone can dangerously interact with other medicines and severely affect your health. Therefore, it is advisable to tell your doctor if you are using the following medications:

  • Cold and allergy medications
  • Water pills or diuretic
  • Medicines to treat asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), and other breathing disorders
  • Muscles relaxant
  • Medicines used to treat mood and behavioral disorders or other mental illnesses
  • Stimulants
  • Antidepressants
  • Drugs used to treat Parkinson’s disease and migraine headache
  • Medication used for treating motion sickness, irritable bowel syndrome, or overactive bladder

You should also avoid taking over-the-counter medicines, herbal products, vitamins, and other nutritional supplements while using Suboxone.

Please ask your doctor whether to take the following medicines simultaneously with Suboxone:

  • Antibiotics
  • Antifungal medications
  • Heart medicines
  • Medications used for maintaining blood pressure level
  • Antiseizure or anticonvulsant drugs
  • Medicine to treat HIV or hepatitis C
  • Other over-the-counter medicines