i have had rhuematoid arthritis since i was 12 years old i am now 26 my pain and stiffness is embarable. as i get older the pain just gets worse and worse. so therefore i had been addicted to vicodin, luckily it didnt get to bad as far as taking oxy's or roxy's etc. so therefore i am taking my subs but am still in very bad pain. would it be helpful to take a pain releiver with the subs because nothing else works for me, ibu, tylenol, or advil or aleve. nothing', so what can be done???
10 Jan 2011
Yes talk to your doctor about a higher dose of Subutex to help the pain, but do not take any kind of narcotic pain medication while on Subutex you will go into withdrawl and that would not be good. Also Advil and Tylenol, even Excedrin had helped my pain when I was on Suboxone.
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