Yes. Suboxone is an opiate, and all opiates are extremely physically addictive.
BUT-if you have a choice between taking opiates and taking Suboxone (synthetic opiate) take the Suboxone. No withdrawals, no cravings, no chasing drugs. It has helped me tremendously. I have been taking it for 5 months and don't even want to take any other opiate anymore. I used for 25 years--morphine, vicodin, etc.
You need to find a psychiatrist who is licensed to write a prescription, but there are many now. Some take insurance, some don't. It is more affordable than street drugs. I have blue cross and pay $30.00 for a co-payment for a month's supply (i take 12mg a day)--actually, insurance is weird would have that co-pay on any amount prescribed--10-100--I thank God for this drug.
YES. suboxone is an addictive substance.
Suboxone and Methadone, but methadone is more addictive than heroin. Try suboxone.
Yes. Suboxone is an opiate, and all opiates are physically addictive. Regular users will experience physical withdrawal symptoms.
suboxen is not that addictive if u have a heroin problem and wanna get of heroin, but vicodins are very addictive after u take them weekly.
Suboxone is not an anti-anxiety drug. It is an addictive opiate that should be used only as directed by a competentphysician (which does not include those storefront detox docs).
No. They bind to different receptor sites. Suboxone is in the opiate class of medications. Alprazolam is in the benzodiazepine class of medications. That being said, it is generally not indicated to be on alprazolam (due to its addictive properties) while being treated with Suboxone.
They are definitely two comepletely different substances. And Methadone is much more addictive then suboxone.
Both alcohol and opiates (opium, heroin, morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, fentanyl, Suboxone, etc.) are physically addictive. As far as I know, they are the only drugs that are physically addictive. Amphetamines, methamphetamines and cocaine are extremely psychologically addictive, as well as chemically addictive, but not physically addictive. Ecstasy also has a fairly high potential for psychological and chemical addiction, but it is not as addictive as speed, meth, or coke. Hallucinogens (LSD, marijuana, salvia, peyote, mescaline) are neither chemically addictive nor physically addictive. They can be psychologically addictive, though.
Absolutely. Suboxone is an an addictive drug. It should be used for detox only, and then discontinued. Your physician either doesn't know much about addiction, or doesn't care.
There are no known problems with these two drugs. However, remember that Vyvanse is a narcotic. Be sure that your addiction doctor knows you are taking this narcotic. You are already having problems with some sort of addictive drug or you would not be taking the suboxone.
Yes it is sometimes used to treat accute pain, because its not very addictive and you can't get high from it
suboxone ...saved my life....also subutex and methadone....but methadone is highly addictive as well....the one with the highest success rate is suboxone....a.k.a.beuprenorphine/naloxone.....good luck and hang in there....youve got to want it for it to work
Buprenorphine is an opioid, and can produce the same withdrawal symptoms as any other opioids such as Oxycodone (Oxycontin, Percocet), Methodone, and Fentanyl). It can be physicaly and mentaly addictive just as the substances above can. Buprenorphine is the component of Suboxone that produces this effect. Suboxone however, is commonly used to treat opiate dependence in an outpatient setting.
Suboxone is a sublingual pill (meaning it goes under the tongue and disolves). It can't be taken until the withdrawal symptoms start, usually about 3 days after stopping the opiates. It is a much better alternative to methadone because it is not addictive and it is only taken for a short time.
Well, Suboxone does not get you "high." The effects of Suboxone last up to about 36 hours. If you just take it out of the blue you won't get high but you will be in a little bit better of a mood and will notice you have a lot more energy. You should never take any drugs for recreational purposes. Suboxone is also very addictive itself and has very serious withdrawal if you suddenly stop taking it after prolonged use. well i am a methadone addict i don't just use recreationally. i am trying to quit. I disagree....Suboxone got me very high. And it lasted a LONG time. I remember going to a wedding, I took the Suboxone in the afternoon and was still high at midnight. The above post is right, it is addictive and the withdrawals suck. Well, you do feel a little something with suboxone, I pesonally would not categorize it has feeling high , cause if you have ever shot up heroin then you can't really say that suboxone gets you high. It certainly makes you feel better. But if you just take it out of the blue you will a slight buzz but nothing to write home about.
"Shooting" suboxone while taking suboxone can lead to respiratory depression and death.
Sort of but in the end you will just end up addicted to hydrocodone. The best is methadone or suboxone, however these are also highly addictive. But they are used for opiate detox.
Hello,...First I would ask you why you would need this information? Did a doctor or friend recommend this drug to you? Do you feel you are in need of Suboxone?Suboxone is used to treat opioid addiction. I can also be addictive.The are alternative medications and treatments if you are addicted to opioids. That is why I asked why you needed this info. I am a life long addict and have had experience with different types of "therapy" for my addiction. Suboxone, because of a time factor was not one of them.I wish you luck in your search for what is right for you, if indeed you are in need.JohnD.
Don't take methadone it is very addictive and way stronger. Suboxone is way better and safer for coming of oxycodone. With Suboxone you would only have to take 2-4 mg.
Both suboxone and methadone are addictive opiates.....to get off heroin , stop using heroin.....it only hurts for 3-5 days, but think of the freedom and all the money you will have when you quit .......you won't die when you quit , only wish you were dead....but if you get started on methadone or suboxone you will be addicted to either for at least a year then when you stop, you just go through withdrawals from those 2 government scams
is Suboxone an anti-depressant
Its not addictive.
it is addictive!
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You can take methadone after suboxone but do not take suboxone after methadone. If you have any opiates in your system and take suboxone, you will go into withdrawal......