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Drug info - Does anyone know a fast way to get buprenorphine out of the system?

Discussion in 'Buprenorphine' started by Orchid_Suspiria, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. Orchid_Suspiria

    Orchid_Suspiria

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    Swim is quitting suboxone.He took two mg's of subutex Monday,two on Friday,he didn't plan to take anymore but felt as if he needed to this morning.He then threw all of his subutex and suboxone down the drain.Tuesday swim is going to a party and wants heroin to have all its old magic.Would the slight amount of buprenorphine in him be gone down significantly by then?Should he be able to enjoy h fully?And if not is there a way to make buprenorphine leave his system even faster?Drinking lots of water,running or the like?Doesn't dxm help reduce tolerance and make opiates leave the system faster?

    Swim has not enjoyed a good opiate high in awhile and he plans to enjoy it to the very fullest.
     
  2. JJx23

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    So the last dose of Suboxone that SWIM took was last Friday? If so, than tonight (EST) would be almost four days. It takes Suboxone three days to exit the system, but for some it may take a little more. SWIM recommends waiting 3-5 days, but it looks like SWIM wasn't on them for long.

    If SWIM is concerned, obviously SWIM won't tell a doctor that they are taking H, but simply ask when opiates would start working again when stopping Suboxone.

    From personal experience, not mine, but knowing about it, it's in between 3 and 5 days.

    Hope this helps,

    Regards.