What Are The Most Prevalent Signs And Symptoms Of Opioid Withdrawal?
Opioid withdrawal symptoms are unpleasant, but your suboxone doctor can prescribe opioid withdrawal treatments to help alleviate them.
The following are some withdrawal symptoms:
a stuffy nose
Cramping in the stomach
On the skin, goosebumps
Vomiting and nausea
Vision is blurry.
a fast heartbeat
Blood pressure that is too high
More information on opioid withdrawal can be found here.
Opioid withdrawal symptoms are unpleasant, but your suboxone doctor can prescribe opioid withdrawal treatments to help alleviate them. Anxiety, irritability, muscle pains, perspiration, and a runny nose can all be reduced with clonidine. Loperamide (Imodium) is an anti-diarrhea medication. Bentyl is a medication that assists with gastrointestinal (GI) problems, particularly abdominal cramps. Finally, after you begin the Suboxone induction and stability phase, you will notice a considerable reduction in withdrawal symptoms and relief.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine has a sample induction protocol available here. You'll collaborate with your medical practitioner at Suboxone clinic to create a unique and safe home induction plan.