Can Suboxone get you high?

Do you get high from taking Suboxone?

asked 23 Aug '12, 19:22

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Suboxone is an opioid. Many people use Suboxone in high doses for non-medical purposes, often times to satisfy their opiate addictions. Suboxone is prescribed for the treatment of opiate withdrawal symptoms, including pain and addictive cravings. You should not take Suboxone unless it is legitimately prescribed for you by a physician.

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Suboxone (buprenorphine) is used to treat moderate acute and chronic pain caused by opiate withdrawal.


Prescription Drugs

Suboxone is legally available by prescription only.


Opiate Addiction

Suboxone is usually prescribed to help recovering opioid addicts manage painful withdrawal symptoms and addictive cravings.


Opiate Abuse

Many drug addicts are using Suboxone as a recreational drug in high doses.


Opiate Detox

Suboxone is prescribed to help addicts manage opiate withdrawal during detox. Suboxone is also an opioid, so chronic abuse may also create dependencies that cause harmful withdrawal when use is stopped.

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