Mag, AFOAF had read mutiple posts about how the buperenorphine out competes the nalaxone to the receptors and that the nalaxone is just for FDA regulations. He can't be completely sure of this due to reading it on the internet; but he feels that many, if not all high ranked individuals on this forum give excellent information.
Not to go off topic too much but a rabbit of mine sometimes uses buprenorphine
) in an intravenous way. The nalaxone literally has no effect; no PWD (unless swiy is not completely off of the opiate
~~For the record, I would never advise any swimmer to do what this rabbit does on occasion due to obvious (or sometimes not so obvious) ----harm reduction
---- (if you don't know what I am talking about just do a UTFSE
for "shooting pills" and you will get a ton of information why you should never do it.~~
Back to topic, sorry; I am personally on a suboxone program. I what you have explained in your second post is exactly what happened to me. Stomach pains so bad that I could hardly stand. '
Another piece of information is that during my visits to my suboxone doc (prescriber) every time I go in he asks if I have stomach pains. My stomach issue only happened once or twice so I really don't know and the doctor doesn't say much about it.
I would talk to you doctor again. try switching to pure buprenorphine (no nalaxone) and see what happens there. Buprenorphine could just not be for you which I really hope that isn't the case because it has helped me in so many ways. It is a very helpful tool.
Again. I am just sharing experiences from AFOAF and a few other rabbits, and myself. I wish I could give more advice but I really hope you find something will help you quit for good, imquittingforgood
best of luck. for real. I hope you can figure it all out.
-nace the Negative.