... worry about effect collaterals. thanks
An opoid anagelesic is an opiate pain killer an opiate antagonist works the opposite when used with an opioid anelgelesic,like Suboxone has both to prevent abuse. Now someone like me who is only on an opiate anagelesic,(M.S Contin 100mg 2x daily) and I took suboxone(primarily Narcan) I would be in withdrawl in minutes,and made the mistake of doing that once and thats what happend to me. Speaking of language barrier, I know of at least 10 different names of M.S Contin,Astrmorph, morphine er, and alot more they don't use in the states. So that to me would either be a Doctor or pharmacist. Sorry I couldn't be of more help,but I think(as far as anagelsic) it just means pain reliever.
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