Subutex Harmful?

Is Subutex harmful, when using needles to shoot it.

Subutex the Good and the Bad

by: Anonymous

Subutex and Suboxone both can be very effective when used as maintenance drugs, not just drugs used for withdrawal.

These drugs keep the person from craving the other more harmful and possibly fatal opiate drugs. They also allow the person taking them to live a normal and productive life without a buzz or the urge to get high and the constant battle that it is to stay off and away from drugs of abuse. Especially, once the person has been addicted and had many unsuccessful attempts at quitting and staying that way.

It’s been said that these drugs are addictive themselves, but in the short it’s better than the alternative that all drug addicts know will come, it’s just, when will it happen. And if you are an addict you know what I’m talking about.

With this medication you have a future that you can count on participating in.

Be Very, Very Careful

by: Ned Wicker

The short answer is YES, when people chose to inject Subutex, the brand name for buprenorphine, they are at risk of harmful, if not deadly consequences.

The drug, which is used to control withdrawal from opiates, is administered in pill form and placed under the tongue, where it dissolves and releases the medication.

If a person chews it, or swallows it or in any other way decides to alter the way in which a doctor has directed to be taken, that is abuse.

The drug is an opiate, which binds to receptors in the body and brain. The drug has its own risk of addiction, and so any use of this medication must be under the strict supervision of a doctor.

This drug can be particularly dangerous when taken in combination with benzodiazepines and other depressants.

Subutex can be an effective medication to control withdrawal, but it can also be a killer when abused.

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