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How To Get Suboxone Prescription In California?
Getting a suboxone recommendation is easy. Receive your prescription for suboxone treatment from California’s licensed health care professionals in less than 24 hours. Here’s how to start!
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Start with filling out an online assessment form with your medical details and submit it to book an appointment with online suboxone doctors.
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What is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a brand of medication made up of a mixture of ingredients buprenorphine and naloxone. It is a schedule three (III) drug only taken after a health professional’s recommendation. Suboxone is used in the Medication-Assisted Treatment of Opioid Addiction. It is easily available at any nearby drugstore or Suboxone Clinic. However, the pharmacist can give the medicine to a patient only after the evaluation and advice of a licensed healthcare professional.
Suboxone medication is mainly available in two forms;
Whether film or tablet, both versions of this drug are sublingual. You just need to place it under your tongue, and it will slowly diffuse into your blood via the tissues in the mouth.
You can also take the Film form of this medicine by buccal administration by placing it between gum and cheek.
What is Suboxone Used for?
Suboxone is an FDA-approved medication that most doctors use for opiates(such as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone) addiction and for overcoming withdrawal symptoms in opioid-dependent patients. The mixture of Naloxone and Buprenorphine acts together to reduce the opioid withdrawal syndrome that usually opioid-addicted individuals encounter.
Buprenorphine is a partial agonist that obstructs the effect of other full agonists, i.e., Opioids. It helps in reducing withdrawal symptoms and craving for Opioids. Unlike Opioids, Buprenorphine has a ceiling effect which means the excess intake won’t increase its impact on the body.
Naloxone is another component of Suboxone that is an antagonist drug. It halts the action of other substances, i.e., opioids, in the body.
Naloxone provides balance during the recovery by suppressing the pain of opioids withdrawal symptoms, whereas Buprenorphine calms the person’s mind by satisfying the brain’s craving for opioids.
Therefore, the main aim of suboxone treatment is to get sober with less suffering that is usually caused by withdrawal symptoms of opioids.
Due to its effective action on the Central Nervous system, it is also used to alleviate symptoms of;
- Depression etc
- Relaxation in the body.
Which Ailments Can Qualify You For Suboxone Treatment?
Suboxone is one of the most widely used in the Medication-Assisted Treatment of Opioid dependency. Its constituents, Buprenorphine and Naloxone, chemically work together to alleviate the opioid withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone is used to help opioid-addicted individuals to overcome their addiction easily.
Short-term pain from surgery, a painful injury, or any other situation that can lead to intolerable acute pain can be cured with the correct dosage of Suboxone. In certain cases, health professionals suggest the use of Suboxone also in treating severe anxiety, depression, and stress.
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Why Choose Suboxone for Opioid Addiction?
Unlike Methadone, the possibilities of developing a severe dependency on Suboxone are close to nil. Obviously, if doctors recommend a medication, they make sure they are not substituting the patient’s one addiction with another. For that very reason, most health professionals avoid prescribing Methadone these days, and Suboxone is gaining too much appreciation in the pharma industry.
With large numbers of studies done by researchers so far, the success rate of Suboxone is recorded as much better than any other medication. Opioid addicts also find Suboxone much easier to stick to, and they agree that the medication helps them to cope with withdrawal symptoms of Opioids. Actually, the Buprenorphine present in Suboxone is an opioid agonist that has the same effect on the brain as that of opioids, but it won’t make an individual high, unlike opioids. That’s what is helpful for the better overall efficiency of Suboxone.
Opioid treatment can be expensive if you choose to Hospitalize or take other costly medications. Here, Suboxone comes as a savior. Not only is it effective, but it is cost-efficient too. Suboxone treatment is much cheaper and the smartest option, if you are looking for an affordable way to cure your opioid addiction. Its pricing downsizes more for the patients who get it covered under insurance.
The most crucial difficulty that opioid addicts face is “Fear of judgment.” Opioid-dependent patients worry about themselves or their families being treated any less by society or face discrimination if they visit addiction centres or get hospitalized in one. Leaving an addiction can seem tougher than having one. However, access to Suboxone online prescription with telemedicine made home treatment easier and more accessible. Therefore, you don’t need to leave your family or drop your job to get sober.
When not to take Suboxone?
No matter how effective Suboxone is, there are a few scenarios where Suboxone cannot be used for opioid addiction. Under these conditions, it’s better to discuss the situation with health professionals, and if they agree, only then take this medication as per the advised dosage.
Do not take this medicine when you are;
Allergic to buprenorphine or naloxone.
Jamming the “Opioid Effect”
With its main constituents, Buprenorphine and Naloxone, Suboxone acts as an “opioid antagonist,” contrary to the standard “opioid agonists,” like, heroin, morphine, etc.
Opioid agonists produce the “opioid effect.”
So, what is an opioid effect?
An opioid agonist activates the brain’s block pain receptors and changes the sense of pain to imitate the feeling of pleasure by releasing endorphins. This whole process is known as the “opioid effect.”
However, Suboxone, an opioid antagonist, blocks the pain triggering receptors to nullify the working of opioids. The overall effect controls opioid cravings in the body while on Suboxone treatment.
Requirements To Get A Suboxone Treatment
As per the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a patient should meet specific requirements in order to qualify for suboxone therapy. Some of them are mentioned below,
- Determined to ditch the Opioids
- Have a licensed health professional’s recommendation for Suboxone
- Committed to taking medication as prescribed by the health professional
- Leave alcohol or other benzodiazepines during the treatment period.
Is Suboxone Addictive?
Mild dependence but not an addiction!
Due to its constituent Buprenorphine, Suboxone can cause not too severe physical dependence, and that too if used for an extended time. Therefore, of course, if you will stop taking this medication, all of a sudden, you will experience suboxone withdrawal symptoms.
But there is nothing to worry about!
- take the accurate dose of medication as described by the doctor
- and gradually reduce its doze when told by the doctor
You won’t face any issues and will get over your opioid addiction quickly.
Still, it’s not possible to get addicted to Suboxone because;
- Its constituent, Buprenorphine is a partial opioid, therefore cannot make the patient euphoric high who is taking Suboxone.
- Its constituent Naloxone produces a mildly euphoric high effect through different modes that block the opioid receptors and decrease opioid dependence.
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Why are the chances of Suboxone dependency so less?
Due to the presence of Naloxone in Suboxone, this drug cannot create a full opioid effect. Suboxone covers all the opioid receptors in the brain without producing the strong opioid effect that actual consumption of opioids does.
If taken as prescribed by the online suboxone doctors, it is impossible to develop a dependency on this drug. Along with this, doctors favor oral dosage instead of direct injection to minimize dependency chances.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Does Medicaid Cover Suboxone Treatment in California?
Yes, Suboxone treatment is covered by Medicaid in California. Medicaid, along with a health professional’s approval for Suboxone treatment, also requires information regarding how long the patient needs to be on this medication.
In addition to Suboxone, Medicaid also covers many other drugs like methadone, generic buprenorphine, etc., for opioid addiction.
For more information, Check out the Medicaid website.
Where can I find Suboxone doctors near me in California?
You don’t need to go anywhere. With our My MMJ Doctor telehealth services, you can get your Suboxone prescription in California from the comfort of your home. Just apply on our website and connect with our state-licensed doctors to evaluate for the Suboxone prescription. If the doctor qualifies you for the medication, you will be able to access same-day suboxone treatment.
What is the Cost of a Suboxone Treatment in California?
The cost of Suboxone treatment depends on various factors like;
- Concentration of Suboxone
- Dosage per day
- Treatment time-period
- Pharmacy from where you are purchasing Suboxone
Therefore, it is not likely to tell the precise amount that can cost for complete Suboxone treatment in California. However, the average price of 8mg SUBOXONE;
- Single Sublingual Film is $8-$10
- Single generic tablet is $7-$9
Therefore if the doctor has prescribed you to take a single dosage of SUBOXONE® 8mg medication, it can cost you $10 for a day and $300 for a whole month. Similarly, a single dosage of SUBOXONE® 16mg medication can cost you $20 for a day and $600 for a full month.
Talking about the cost of generic SUBOXONE 8mg medication, it costs $8 for a day and $240 for a whole month. Similarly, the cost of generic SUBOXONE 16 mg medication is $16 for a day and $480 for an entire month.
How does Suboxone work?
How soon can I get my Suboxone prescription in California?
When to take Suboxone?
- When did you last take an opioid?
- What was the dosage of the opioid?
- Whether it was a short-acting opioid or a long-acting opioid?
The doctor will ask you the same questions at the time of evaluation. The perfect timing to start Suboxone treatment will also depend on the opioid dosage timing, amount, and type.
Usually, Short-acting opioid-like heroin takes at most 14 to 16 hours to properly eliminate from the body. In comparison, long-acting opioid-like methadone can take up to 20 to 48 hours to completely leave the body. So, you have to wait accordingly and wait till the opioid leaves the body. Or, your body might face “precipitated withdrawal,” which would trigger intense sweating and other harmful effects. Therefore, it’s required to wait for a mandatory waiting period and let your body experience opioid withdrawal symptoms for a while before taking Suboxone’s first dosage.
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