a medication commonly used in opioid addiction recovery. It is a combination medication that consists of buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, and naloxone, an opioid antagonist.
Suboxone is a medicine that used to treat opioid addiction in adults and is successful when used in conjunction with a treatment program that also includes counseling and behavioral therapy. It helps people who are addicted to opioids by satisfying their brain’s need for opioids without making them feel “high” like other drugs. It has two parts: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine helps you to stop feeling cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Naloxone helps stop people from using the medication in a way it isn’t meant to be used. Suboxone is meant to be part of a bigger program that helps people with addiction. This involves counseling and other kinds of support. You must only use Suboxone if a doctor has told you to and they will check on how you are doing while you take it.
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- Trouble breathing or lung problems
- A curve in your spine that affects your breathing
- Addison’s disease
- an enlarged prostate gland (men)
- problem urinating
- Liver, Kidney, or gallbladder problems
- a head injury or brain problems
- mental health problems
- adrenal gland or thyroid gland problems
- tooths problem, include a history of cavities
- feeling faint
- feeling dizzy
- are confused
- feel sleepy or uncoordinated
- have blurred vision
- have slurred speech
- are breathing slower than normal
- cannot think well or clearly
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It’s important to remember that healthcare providers are there to assist and support you in finding the best treatment options. They can provide medical expertise, personalized care, and ongoing support to help you manage your condition effectively. Open communication with your healthcare provider allows for collaborative decision-making and ensures that you receive the most appropriate and effective medication for your specific needs.
Healthcare providers have the knowledge and expertise to assess your specific needs and make informed decisions regarding medication. They are trained to evaluate your medical history, symptoms, and any potential contraindications or interactions with other medications you may be taking. They can provide accurate information about available medications, the benefits, potential side effects, and the appropriate dosage.
Co-Pay VisitWe can help you pay for your treatment. We will work with you to fill out the necessary paperwork.
- Partial Coverage
- May not cover Medication
- Additional Documentation Needed
Insured VisitWe accept a wide range of insurance providers, call ahead or check with our front desk to verify if yours is accepted!
- Expenses Covered
- No Clinical Charge
- CORDANT Access
Uninsured VisitStandard rates for uninsured visit, if you are interested in gaining access to insurance benefits please visit our resources page.
- Price Per Visit
- Not recommended
- Low Support/Aid access
Notice: Pricing listed above are estimations based off patient experiences, total expenses per visits may differ from patient to patient and should not be taken as an exact prices for your specific experience within our program.