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  1. Natasha says:

    What happens when you mix suboxone and methadone. Mixing suboxone and methadone will result in extreme sickness and can cause instant withdrawals.

  2. Blanca says:

    well, first off suboxone is NOTHING like oxy as far as the euphoric effect. It is designed that way.You are not a full blown addict yet, but you are very close to becoming one and you life will become a living he!! once you reach that point. I was like you for a long time, but sooner or later you will need to start taking them all the time. trust me, everyone starts out like you.Suboxne has a half life of about 40 hours. Oxy has a half life of about 4 hours.The difference is your brain never gets a chance to sober up, for lack of a better word, and this causes changes to your brains endorphin system…changes that will essentially make you a full blown hardcore addict to opiates.If you are looking for an easier way to maintain your little evening buzz, Ill tell you right now, there is none. Youve heard people say they have to take opiates just to feel normal…Well, you are on your way.Go read some stories at http://www.subsux.com about the torture people go through on this drug. I personally went through 14 months of withdrawal getting off sub. don;t do it or you will regret it, i can promise you that.

  3. Mertie says:

    if you are taking methadone and you r taking mathadone and get on a suboxone treatment and why or why not program will the suboxone work? why doesnt suboxone work after is the

  4. Angelika says:

    Mixing suboxone and methadone will result in extreme sickness and can cause instant withdrawals. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_happens_when_you_mix_suboxone_and_methadone

  5. Val says:

    Suboxone and methadone are medications used in a clinic setting to help opiate-addicted individuals withdraw from and stop using drugs. Suboxone contains the semi-synthetic opioid buprenorphine and naloxone, a drug that prevents opioids fro… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_6716468_start-suboxone-treatment-methadone-clinic.html?ref=Track2&utm_source=ask

    • JohnP says:

      Naloxone not only blocks the opioid receptors in the brain it also blocks the brain from releasing endorphins, which cause the euphoric feelings you get after doing exercise, so it blocks all natural clinical highs that your body produces and is more likely to create clinical depression imho.

  6. Mariah says:

    Methadone is far more physically and psychologically addictive than Suboxone. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-stronger-methadone-or-suboxone

  7. Shaunna says:

    It can be dangerous to mix Suboxone and can lead to drowsiness, sedation, unconsciousness, and death, especially if injected.

  8. Star says:

    However, one of the side affects of Suboxone is fatigue, which in itself can cause. .. Suboxone mixed with alcohol can cause extreme fatigue, and in rare cases, cause respiratory Suboxone is rapidly replacing methadone as the treatment. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_5809692_combat-fatigue-taking-suboxone.html

    • Jim says:

      Thats BS I took my sub today and was working on the car and my shoulder started to hurt. So instead of a lortab or roxy I took a methadone 10 because I’m in treatment and cannot take any painkillers. The pain went away and I felt fine. So hope my lil story helps clear this up. Or maybe the effect is different on full blown addicts rather than weekend warriors!

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