I want to ask my doctor to give me adderall in addition to suboxone. Is this a possibility?
Answered: 2019-09-16 03:38:41
Taking suboxone and adderall at the same time can increase the risk of overdose because suboxone is a depressant and adderall is a stimulant. The combination of these two drugs can lead to dangerous side effects, so I would follow your doctor's advice and wait.
There are considerable dangers of combining suboxone and adderall. That is why your doctor will wait to give you an adderall prescription until you have been successfully weaned off of Suboxone. If you have any further questions you can check in with your doctor for clarification about your treatment plan.
Doctors know about the risks of suboxone and adderall use at the same time. That's why they will wait to give you adderall until you are done using suboxone. You don't want to run the risk of combining these substances, which can be really bad for your body.
A doctor is giving my son adderall and suboxone, My sons Ben on suboxone over 13 years because he got hook on opiate, what kind doctor does this shit? How can I report him before it's to late for my son? Help please
Not one of these answers are from a physician. I am currently on both, and have been for nearly 15 years now.
No trouble, whatsoever. Talk to your doctor. If he/she gives you an answer you don't like, seek a second opinion.