- Suboxone 8 mg opioid treats opioid addiction and dependence.
- The drugs buprenorphine and naloxone are both present in this medicine.
- Suboxone 8 mg has little impact, when administered orally or dissolved under the tongue.
- The drug buprenorphine belongs to the pharmacological group of mixed opioid agonist-antagonists.
- In order to prevent drug abuse and misuse (injection of this medication), it is coupled with buprenorphine.
- The effects of withdrawal symptoms that come with discontinuing other opioids are reduced by buprenorphine.
- In a comprehensive program to treat drug misuse, this combo medicine is employed (such as compliance monitoring, counseling, and behavioral contract).
- Naloxone hydrochloride
- Buprenorphine hydrochloride
- Sodium citrate
- Starch or corn
- Citric acid monohydrate
- Magnesium stearate
- Povidone & K30
Precautions of Suboxone 8 mg
Inform your doctor or pharmacist about your medical history before taking Buprenorphine naloxone
like as follows
- Stomach/intestinal problems (constipation, blockage, diarrhea)
- Difficulty in urination
- Brain disorder (tumor, seizures)
- Breathing problems (asthma, sleep apnea)
- Liver disease
- Mental disorder (confusion, depression)
As directed by the health care expert.
Side Effects of Suboxone 8 mg
Common side effects
- Sleep problems (insomnia)
- Withdrawal symptoms
Severe side effects
- Blurred vision
- Loss of coordination & extreme weakness
- Opioid withdrawal symptoms
- Behavior change
- Before using Suboxone, read the label carefully.
- Keep this medicine out of children’s reach.
- Avoid taking the extra doses as the doctor recommended.
- Children/pregnant women must consult a doctor before taking it.
- Store Suboxone in a dry, cool place & away from sun rays.
Note: Suboxone is also available in different variants.