Does anyone else on sub experience this? I have high blood pressure and i'm on meds for it. Ever since i've started taking sub i started experiencing ringing in my ears and it is driving me nuts. Anyone else have this problem?
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hi, from time to time i experience the same thing. its caused by the flow of blood past the inner ear and the sound of your pulse. not to worrie. better than no pulse at all. try clearing your sinuouses or holding a hot towel on the back of your neck or your forehead. this works sometime me.but stopping the sub is not an option. good luck ... pete
Yeah, suboxone as with any presciption pain medicine can cause some ringing in the ears. Mine ears always ring, but, I notice it is louder on the suboxone. See if splitting your dose into 2 halves ( whatever you are taking) and taking half in the morning and half in the afternoon helps after a week. It takes about 5 days to a week for your brain to adjust to the lower amount as suboxone can stay on the receptor sites that long. I don't know if you are ready to reduce your dose, but, you can call your doctor to see if it is ok to lower the dose. All bad side effects in me were reduced as I came down to a lower dose.
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