All About Suboxone—A Round-Up

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People have so many questions about Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) treatment. We’ve spent years trying to answer those questions, asked by folks considering starting Suboxone, in the middle of their treatment, and even by friends and families who want to understand more of what their loved ones are experiencing. This post is a round-up of those answers, so you can find what you need to know in one place.

Basic explanations about Suboxone

Getting started: Suboxone induction

Maintenance phase: Life during Suboxone treatment

Ready to stop: Tapering off Suboxone

Side effects and concerns about Suboxone

Drug interactions: Other substances and Suboxone

Suboxone and work

Taking Suboxone during pregnancy

People have opinions about Suboxone

We work hard to answer all of the questions about Suboxone that people ask us. If you don’t see an answer here, that doesn’t mean there isn’t one! Ask your provider or reach out to other people in Suboxone treatment (like other members of your Shared Medical Appointment, Workit Health Facebook community, or recovery group).

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Alaine Sepulveda is a content strategist in recovery from alcohol. She believes that engaging people and sharing stories with them allows us to spread knowledge, and to help others in the path to recovery. She holds an MA in Communication Studies from New Mexico State University.

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