... awhile and dont want to go into percipitated wd. I stopped taking the suboxone so i could take the pain killers.
28 Jan 2012
You will be fine. The precipitated withdrawals occur when you take Suboxone too soon after the opiate, not the other way around. The hydromorphone may not work at first until the Suboxone has apppreciably left your system. Just be careful when it is time to restart the Suboxone. Be sure to wait the 24 hours after your last dose of hydromorphone before taking the Suboxone.
28 Jan 2012
yes, as long as you don't take extra hydromorphone trying to get it to work better, the subs will block it for a day to 5 depending how high your subs dose is. NO PRECIP SUBOXONE TO OPIATE, ONLY WHEN YOU STOP THE HYDRO, AND RESTART SUBS, IF YOU DON'T WAIT 24 HOURS AFTER LAST DOSE OF HYDRO.
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