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Old 22-11-2012, 06:02
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does suboxone make you sick?

Last time my dog tried Suboxone he had severe stomach cramps that lasted for at least 16 hours. He couldn't eve stand up. He waited 18 hours after opiates so he does not think it was pre anticIpated wd. Has anyone else had this happen??
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Old 22-11-2012, 06:25
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Re: does suboxone make you sick?

You have to wait at least twice as long for the opiates to clear your system or else the naltrexone in the combination will trigger the nausea.
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Old 22-11-2012, 18:18
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Re: does suboxone make you sick?

I am just wondering if this is a side effect I read on Google that it is. my dogs really wants to quit using this, but the transfer so bad he could not stand up all day it was terrible. he did not feel nauseous just really bad cramps. has anyone else dealt with this. he just wonders if he should not use it again.
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Old 23-11-2012, 01:34
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Re: does suboxone make you sick?

I tried suboxone and got really sick every time I took it. After a week I finally gave up. There aren't that many that post that they can't take it, but there are some... me for one. It is just like everything else, we all have different side effects to every drug.

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