Because I'm having surgery tomorrow and nobody has told me to stop taking it but everything that comes up on google says I should have stopped 36 hours prior. My sub dr said nothing, I rang the hospital yesterday and the nurse I spoke to said just speak to the anaesthetist before surgery and the gp I saw yesterday didn't know
I'm worried about how much pain ill be in because the sub will block the pain killers /(
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22-09-2013 05:49 #1
Anyone a nurse or dr with knowledge about suboxone?
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22-09-2013 22:41 #4Senior Member
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I don't know the answer to that question but usually the hospital gives a pt paperwork with all this information on it. Bit slack of them. Definately mention it to the anaesthatist.
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