Hey all i am a 28 yr old male with chron's disease and i just thought that i would tell you about my suboxone useage and such just so u know that you can have it and not be addicted.. I was first introduced to suboxone and subutex at the beginning of 2011 by a mate who thought it might help with the pain for my chron's. Anyway i injected about half a tablet in water (filtered of course and clean equipment) and within 5 minutes i was in no more pain and i was just wondering if it was possible to be prescribed suboxone or subutex with a script in australia for my chron's disease as it seems to be the only thing that helps with pain besides I.V morphine
The pain killing ingredient in Suboxone is called buprenorphine. It comes in a transdermal patch for pain control called Butrans. Injecting Suboxone is not recommended as it contains the drug naloxone which will cause you to have adverse reaction, the subutex also contain buprenorphine but not the naloxone. I would recommend you talk to your doctor about Butrans patch. Keep in mind that buprenorphine is an opiate so it is addictive.
- Suboxone Information for Consumers
- Suboxone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Suboxone (detailed)
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