Subutex tablets are used as a part of medical, psychological and social treatment program for people who are dependent on opiates like heroin, codeine, hydrocodone and morphine. The medication is used to help people beat their drug addiction and at our program, we employ a licensed suboxone doctor who can prescribe Subutex as well.
What’s in Subutex?
Subutex contains the active ingredient buprenorphine. The tablet acts as a substitute for opiates and it helps someone go through withdrawal via a gradual tapering down. Subutex should only be taken exactly as it is prescribed by a licensed medical doctor who has been specially trained and certified by the FDA.
Are There People Who Can’t Take Subutex Tablets?
There are certain people who are not able to take Subutex tablets and these include the following:
- Someone under the age of 16 years old.
- People who allergic to buprenorphine or to any of the ingredients in the medication.
- If a person has serious breathing issues.
- If a person has serious liver issues or if a doctor detects the development of a problem, like this during treatment.
- If a person is intoxicated due to central nervous system medications, alcohol or delirium tremens.
- If a person is pregnant or becomes pregnant during Subutex treatment.
- If a person is breastfeeding.
What Should You Know Before Starting Subutex Tablets?
You should never drink or take medications containing alcohol while being under treatment with Subutex tablets. Nobody has to remain addicted to opiates because there are choices they can to change the course of their future. Please don’t be afraid to take a chance to on our program, because we believe in our services, we can help you and we know what it takes to show you the road to a clean and sober life