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Suboxone is a useful tool in addiction treatment. MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) program uses Suboxone to both drug cravings and alleviates withdrawal symptoms. It can also be used to discourage the misuse of drugs.
Search on the internet “Suboxone treatment near me.” But make sure he or she must meet reliable qualifications before he is able to prescribe you Suboxone.
Addiction and chronic pain both are frequent comorbidities that create a therapeutic dilemma for several pain specialists.
Suboxone is part of a multidisciplinary program for the psychological, social, and medical treatment of patients with opiate narcotics addiction.
Suboxone Treatment is monitored and prescribed by doctors who are specialized in drug addiction treatment.
Suboxone and Methadone are both opioids. Methadone can be used to treat opioid addiction and chronic pains, while Suboxone is approved only to treat opioid dependence.
Buprenorphine has great analgesic activity. It is vital to restate that Suboxone is approved in the USA to treat addiction by opioids and not for any chronic pains.
Things to note before taking it:
You should not consume Suboxone if:
- You are allergic to naloxone, buprenorphine, or any other Suboxone ingredients.
- In case of any harsh breathing problems.
- You are suffering from liver problems.
- You have delirium tremens or intoxicated by alcohol.
So, it is advisable to consult your nearest specialist for Suboxone treatment.
SAMHSA will review the application for the Suboxone waiver in 45 days of receipt. In case it approves, Pas and NPs will receive a letter on email that confirms their waiver, including the suggesting identification number.