what happens when you take seboxin with methadone
If you take suboxone while still taking methadone you will get real sick to put it plainly. You have to be down to at least 30 mgs a day of methadone and be in sufficient withdrawals from the last dose of methadone before starting the suboxone. It is very risky to try and switch from methadone to suboxone without being under a doctor's care.
You can read more about this process at:
The Suboxone pills can be observed using the following link:
Hope this helps,
suboxone is shaped like a stop sign, pale orange, tablet and has an N8 on one side. There are films too, have no idea what they look like, you may can do a google image search and find out. Do not take suboxone and methadone, or you are going to get really really sick, dope sick of unimaginable proportions.
- Methadone Information for Consumers
- Methadone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methadone (detailed)
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