Suboxone Talk Zone and SuboxForum have amassed a great deal of information about the use of buprenorphine for opioid dependence. The search engines below provide information collected from thousands of Suboxone patients, from discussions over the past 8 years.
The first engine searches a blog that was created by Dr. Junig at the beginning of the ‘opioid epidemic’, as the importance of buprenorphine first became apparent. The second engine on the lower half of the page searches SuboxForum, a site created for people who are treated, or who are considering treatment, with buprenorphine or Suboxone. Beyond buprenorphine, both sites include discussions about topics of concern to people with addictions and their family members. Other treatment options including methadone and residential treatment are compared and contrasted. The Talk Zone and Forum include individual opinions, and neither should not be used to diagnose or treat any condition.
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Dr. Junig has written about the science behind buprenorphine, the manufacturers of buprenorphine-based medications, and the politics behind buprenorphine treatment. Search the Talk Zone for one physician’s approach to buprenorphine/Suboxone issues including pregnancy, surgery, breast-feeding, recovery, and the length of time patients should stay on buprenorphine treatment.
Suboxone Forum contains discussions about buprenorphine treatment by 10,000 forum members. Read debates by pro-buprenorphine and anti-buprenorphine forum members over a wide range of topics. Search through the knowledge accumulated over time by patients with experience starting, taking, and stopping Suboxone, including discussions about the risks and side effects of buprenorphine, and the best approaches to deal with the stigma associated with opioid dependence.