Suboxone 2 mg is trusted by doctors to treat opioid dependency. It is a combination of two generic salts Buprenorphine and Naloxone, that works by reducing the withdrawal side effects that can happen when opioid use is stopped or decreased. As the lowest dose of Suboxone, it is only prescribed to lessen opioid drug addiction. In some cases, it is also used as a painkiller. This drug needs professional guidance from a doctor as it is against the law to buy or use without a legal script from a licensed doctor. Suboxone 8 mg is another strength of Suboxone.
Suboxone 2 mg is a sublingual medication, which means it will absorbed in the mouth. To consume this you only have to put the drug under your tongue or in between your gum and chicks and it will dissolve automatically. Remember to brush your teeth after 1 hour you have taken Suboxone.
Suboxone dosage depends upon the severity of opioid dependence, stage of treatment, and other medical issues. Normally, the doctor will start with a low dose and change it over time until to gets the required dosage according to the condition.
People with certain medical conditions like liver disease, kidney problems, lung disease, heart problems, and head injury should stay away from suboxone. Doctors never recommend this drug to a woman who is pregnant or breastfeeding as it can cause terrible side effects in the baby like excessive sleeping, not gaining weight, lack of energy, and trouble breathing. Misuse of Suboxone can cause some serious side effects like breathing problems, Liver damage, dental problems, hormonal problems, and coma. In these cases immediately go for medical help or consult a specialist.