Dissolving suboxone in water

Common Questions and Answers about Dissolving suboxone in water

suboxone

He started me out with the 2mg subs and had me follow the sheet to which I was almost through all of them ( I had 35 ) with in 24 hours. Through Kaiser he called me in (98) 8.2 mg tablets not strips but the dissolving pills. 3 1/2 a day. Ok I needed that many for about five days. Than after the fifth day I realized I was quite fine after the second one. Please I beg everyone I truly will get to my need, but for some reason writing this all down is somewhat calming my mind.
I understand that this could possibly cause withdrawl because of the naltrexone present in suboxone. Also, how long have you been on the suboxone and how high of a dose were you on of the buprenex? I'm thinking maybe you might be having slight withdrawl symptoms because you were used to getting the buprenex without the naltrexone. Just curious. Maybe we can work out a way to chat through some other means if your interested. Let me know. Take care all!
Like you the mg were so small that I was dissolving pill in water so I could get a more accurate dosage as the pills would not chop up any more it was so small. We are not a normal breed. I have been here two years almost and rarely do I find someone like me who could taper like that and not go round and round with relapse. It's not for everybody, that is for sure. I am so glad to hear how good you are doing. If you experience any of the residual mental stuff remember it is temporary.
How to Take SUBOXONE Always take your SUBOXONE exactly as prescribed by your doctor Before taking SUBOXONE, it's a good idea to drink some water to moisten your mouth. This helps the SUBOXONE tablets dissolve more easily If your dose is 1 SUBOXONE tablet, place it under your tongue, lean your head slightly forward, and let the tablet dissolve completely.
It has to do with dissolving say 8mg of sub in say 8 ml of water using one of those toddler medicine syringes. Doing this you can adjust the sub or the solution to get it where you need. Have you talked to your doctor about how to taper and if he feels you are ready to come off of it and how it he recommends to taper? If tapered properly most seem to get by with little to no withdrawals.
The Naloxone is there to prevent someone from crushing the tablet, dissolving it in water and injecting it. When dissolved he Naloxone will render the buprenorphine ineffective at filling the opioid receptors but allow it to release any that are filled. This results in an severe withdrawl.
Also, I have been hearinf so many ways of taking the discs of methadone? under the tounge, swallowing like a pill, dissolving in water, which is the right way? Also does anyone know the difference between suboxone, subutex and methodone. I heard subutes strips your body of opiates which makes you w/d faster and that its the same thing as naltraxone(sp?) whats the deal, im on day three of no oxys and I have one methadone disc, one subutex, a few xanax, and a few suboxone, and some clonidines.
Some people have found creative ways to deal with the taper issue, for example dissolving a tab in water and taking doses with an eyedropper, slowly decreasing the number of drops every few days. The main thing is to go slow, and remember that half-life decreases as dose goes down-- so think in terms of your total daily amount as what needs to be tapered, and divide that amount in more frequent dosing at the lower doses. Hope that makes sense.
as im sure you propably know the suboxone is disloved and goes in through the pores in your mouth and toung, much like chewing tabaco. as far as spitting right after the pill has disovled. i dont think you would lose much of the med. but i wouldnt do it, only cuz of minds might tricks us and tell you you have lost meds. maybe try taking a sip of water after the pill disovles. i think if you wait a few mins. after the pill disolves spitting would not cause any problems.
In addition the Buprenorphine with its slow disassociation will block opiates for up to 72 hours. The Naloxone is there to prevent someone from crushing the tablet, dissolving it in water and injecting it. When dissolved he Naloxone will render the buprenorphine ineffective at filling the opioid receptors but allow it to release any that are filled. This results in an severe withdrawl.
Also, they r specifically testing for oxycontin now at the drug court in Broward county. What about my subutex/suboxone use? I have been told they must test specifically for it, however I have a guy in my class who swares that his failed urine came from the use of suboxone?
Hi Max, I have heard of people taking the sliver of a pill and dissolving in water and then putting the liquid under the tongue so you can det down to the lowest dose. If you take .5mg, dissolve in water, and only use half one day and the other the next, this will get you to the lowest dose possible. For me personally, I was not able to taper on my own. I got down to 1mg and could not get any further.
I think this place attracts some of the most intelligent and caring people in the world. So gratifying. I haven't posted for a very long time ... but I will always keep this thread going. I remember so well the desperation I had to hear from anyone ... anyone about how they got off. Now there's years worth of posts from people round the world who kicked Tram.
hang in there, someone who knows about suboxone will reply I am sure. I know nothing about it. Sorry you are having these questions about your gf. :( I hope she is not using again. Not sure what else to say, except the best of luck to you in this situation. Keep us posted okay?
one more thought, about being in more pain then before pills. I don't know, but is it possible that with the pain dulled from pills that we overused our injured areas because we couldn't really feel it? Or, maybe our mind is playing tricks on us and causing us to feel more pain then is really there so we feed it what it really wants. What are your thoughts on this?
So I didn't take anything while I was pregnant but then I got hooked again accidentally after I had my daughter. In the hospital they of course gave me pain medication (percocet) then left there with a Rx for vicodin. Immediately started taking them and haven't stopped since. I have ran out of pills so many times. This is probably my tenth time or so of detoxing and as sad as it seems it gets easier and easier. Not the craving part...that never goes away, well not for me at least!
MedHelp Health Answers