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Have a cronic back. Extreme pain. Now on subaxone. Have methadone. Help?

Hi , I have a cronic back for 15 years I take 3 x 60 mg a day and one extra for breakthrough pain . I ve had 4 today 19.5 hours in total and I m in extreme pain still . Now I have a 8mg suboxone will it work and give me some releive or will it notwork at all . I have never had one before but I have had methadone in the past . THANKYOU Jack
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Hello Jack
Thanks for your query to Health Care Magic..

I read your concern and I do not suggest you to take suboxone 8mg as it is also another opiod like methadone , Methadone and suboxone should not be taken in a day without Doctors advice as it can cause serious fatal side effects .
I suggest you you Consult a Doctor for Resistant Pain and get treated accordingly.

Thanks again Jack.. Wish you to get well soon.
Take Care.
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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