How do you think about Suboxone

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Post Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:46 am

4.6 Pregnancy and lactation
Pregnancy: There is only very limited experience with the use of
Buprenorphine / naloxone in pregnant women. Animal studies have one
Reproductive toxicity shown (see section 5.3). The potential risk to humans is
Towards the end of pregnancy, high doses of buprenorphine can also be achieved after a short period
Duration of use can cause respiratory depression in the newborn. A long-term use
of buprenorphine during the last three months of pregnancy can cause withdrawal symptoms
in the newborn.
Suboxone should not be used during pregnancy. When the prescribing
The doctor may consider therapy necessary during pregnancy
Buprenorphine should be considered according to local buprenorphine recommendations.
If pregnancy occurs during treatment with Suboxone, the mother and the
The unborn child should be closely monitored and switched to buprenorphine if any
Further treatment is necessary.
Breast-feeding: It is not known whether naloxone is excreted in human breast milk. Buprenorphine
and its metabolites are excreted in human breast milk. Have studies on rats
showed that buprenorphine inhibits lactation. Therefore it should be used during treatment
Suboxone cannot be breastfed.

I found that under side effects of suboxones ...
Drugs are never good for an unborn child ... withdrawal from such a small child is really really bad and probably breaks your heart ...
The path of extremes leads to the palace of wisdom!