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Addiction what a bummerin my have been there done that unprofessional opinion, the drug that is killing America today is Oxycontin in any mg. and look out for methadone to try and take the lead in the near future
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they are two completely different drugs opiate is severe pain medication and benzos are anxiety medication


Oxycodone is a narcotic (opiate) pain medication.


It is an opiate pain killer


Well, no opiate-based pain medication will. Because methadone is an opiate, and because 190mg's is so much, there is no way any other opiate will be able to get through to the opioid receptors with that much methadone. You will have to take something for pain that is not opiate-based.


It is bad idea to give a recovering opiate addict Tylenol 3 since it contains codeine, an opiate. An opiate addict has already shown that they are prone to addiction, and codeine is addictive and can create mild euphoria.You would no more give a recovering alcoholic a drink or two, than give a recovering opiate addict codeine.


Demerol is a narcotic analgesic opiate pain medication and only shows up as an opiate..


You can take non-opiate pain medications while you're on Suboxone. Actually, you can even take opiate pain medications while you are on Suboxone. You won't get high from them, but they will still relieve your pain (you might have to take a double, or even a triple, dose of the pain medication, though). What you can't do is the opposite: take Suboxone while you are on opiate pain medication. You must wait at least 18 hours after taking any opiate painkiller, before you can take Suboxone.


No, Klonopin is a benzodiazepine medication used to treat anxiety. Methadone is used for opiate addiction and in some cases, it is used for pain management.


No, Methadone is used for opiate addiction and pain management.


Imitrex (sumatriptan) is not an opiate medication. It relieves pain by acting on neurotransmitters in the brain to reduce inflammation and constrict dilated blood vessels.


Methadone is the opiate blocker, that's why people are on methadone unless used for pain management


Hydromorphone is a potent opiate. It is primarily used for pain management, and post-surgical.


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Aleve is an over the counter pain medication. It is used by adults for pain management and to reduce the swelling.


Most doctors practicing pain management do that as there practice. But there are also doctors out there that practice in other areas but also handle pain management.


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Methadone is mostly used for opiate addiction and in some cases it is used for pain management.


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No, amitriptyline is not an opiate. It is a tricyclic antidepressant that, these days, is more often used as an adjunctive (helper) treatment in pain management. It appears to reduce problems with chronic pain and neuropathic pain, and may be helpful in sleep. However, it is not an opiate, and is not a drug screened during routine pre-employment or legal drug tests.


Anything that's not an opiate because suboxone blocks opiates so they wont work and if you take an opiate you can put yourself into withdrawal immediately if on suboxone.


When a person attempts to stop using the opiate, they will go through withdrawal for about one week. Post acute withdrawal symptoms last much longer than that and include extreme sensitivity to pain as the natural pain receptors have vanished. The pain tolerance that a normal person has is no longer present in the opiate addict. They also experience a complete lack of motivation because the natural receptors are gone.


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Methadone is used to treat opiate addiction and is also used for pain management in some cases.



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