Subutex is mean to help heal addiction, not cause it. Recovery Unplugged offers quality, effective, medically supervised Subutex withdrawal treatment. Call us today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB.
One of the tragic ironies of Subutex withdrawal is that it mirrors the symptoms of other opioids. It offers a limited and controlled supply of opioids to help patients gradually wean themselves off, so patients very often wind up experiencing the same kinds of effects. It’s little surprise that they wind up feeling the same withdrawal symptoms. While each user’s Subutex withdrawal will vary according to the scope and severity of their use, some of the more common include joint and muscle pain, headaches, flu-like symptoms, excessive sweating, stomach issues (nausea, vomiting and diarrhea), fatigue, anxiety, depression, hallucinations and more. If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other type of Subutex withdrawal symptoms, talk to your doctor or treatment professional.
Subutex withdrawal occurs in three stages (early, acute and protracted). By the time a patient actually finds themselves in need of Subutex, they’re usually already sensitive to opioids and can start experiencing symptoms in as little a few hours after the last cycle of drug use. Early Subutex withdrawal yields less severe symptoms and can last a day or two. Patients experience the worst withdrawal symptoms during the acute stages of withdrawal. This is often when patients wind up relapsing. Once acute withdrawal is over, and symptoms have reached their peak, they start to taper but can still linger.
Subutex withdrawal is a complex and delicate medical procedure that requires the help of an experienced and qualified doctor. Professional Subutex detox can help patients get clean in a safe, sterile, compassionate and supportive environment. Patients who endeavor to detox from Subutex on their own very often wind up succumbing to withdrawal symptoms or, even worse, turning back to their original opioid habit. Recovery Unplugged offers onsite medical detox. Our doctors and nurses are fully committed to helping you get through this ordeal.