My husband was taking suboxene. When he was tested after the accident the blood showed morphine. He is saying that he had never taken morphine.Could the blood test show morphine as a part of suboxene .
16 Dec 2010
Yes, morphine is one of the stongest opiates. But I have a question. Why are you taking morphine and Suboxone?? Suboxone has buprenorphine and naloxone in it. The Naloxone is a blocker against any opiates, so when you take Suboxone then take morphine you could have severe withdrawls. Be careful and smart.
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