... nose he does not take it orally he has suboxen and starting in am what should i accept
Well it sounds like your husband has at least made the first step. I would say that he should wait until the oxy/roxy is out of his system before starting the suboxen. If not, he will go into horrible withdrawls and could possibly steer him away from what could be a very good thing. I believe doctors say to wait at least 12 hours from the last time you took your drug of choice. The best bet I think is to actually have him start experiencing withdrawls to know the sub will help the best.
Now if it all goes as planned and his dose is right (what is it by the way) he should feel good. Takes away the cravings for the other drugs and really gives a feeling of euphoria. It can have nasty side effecets, but from what I've been told they will go away soon when his body adjusts to sub. Good luck, and let us know how hes doing!
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