14 Apr 2012
I am sorry no one has answered your question, but you have to be in withdrawals first before taking the suboxone. I have alerted our suboxone expert & she will be on shortly if she can to answer your question, but no you cannot take the norco with the suboxone. Sorry this is so late. You can go to her profile, & read the info she posts there all about taking suboxone. Go to your profile, & where it says friends click that, & a space will be provided to type in a name. Type in Pattishan61, & read the info she provides... Mary
15 Apr 2012
Believe me, wait until you are in moderate withdrawal before starting suboxone. If not, you are going to go into precipitated withdrawal (the worst feeling imaginable). It happened to me once, and I learned my lesson quick. Google the COWS suboxone worksheet to determine what level of withdrawal you are in. They say a score of 26 is good, but I began my treated with a score of 12... everyone is different! Good luck :)
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