I am presently taking 2.5 8mg per day, but because of a sever knee injury coupled with the fact that I am now HAVING to work a very physically demanding job, I find myself needing a bit more than this at the time. Is there a limit on the amount or dosage a Dr. can prescribe any one patient. I live in Virginia, though I doubt that matters. thank you
What is the maximum daily dosage of subutex that a Dr. can prescribe? I?
Added 10 Aug 2011:
That question may be a bit confusing. I meant to say that I am presently taking 8 mg subutex, 2 and a half times each day. But feel I need an increase, due to my present physical demands coupled with my serious knee injury that actually ended up forcing me to sign up on disability. Which I was awarded. However, I do not draw enough to pay the bill, thus the need to take on a job .. and the only one I can find is very physically demanding. I would appreciate any follow up anyone can provide. My Dr. says he can only prescribe a max of 3 - 8 mgs tablets per day. This is short term, because I do have 3 engineering degrees and I believe I will find a job more suitable for me with my condition soon, but rite now, I need extra pain control and do not want to go back to the conventional narcotics.
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