Here’s some much needed information about Bupenorphrine. It’s written by Dr Jeffrey Fudin at: paindr.com/buprenorphine-so-misunderstood/
Please remember that this medication is best used for people who have ongoing pain issues and who are also recovering addicts. It’s a mild analgesic at best and doesn’t work very well for people with chronic pain conditions, alone; without addiction.
Also, remember that you must be taken off of this medication for a couple of weeks prior to any surgeries. If not, then they’ll have a difficult time putting you under deep anesthesia. Of course, this is everyone’s greatest fear going into surgery. So just be prepared. Read up about these medications and be knowledgeable. Don’t just take whatever your Dr is offering, but research it ahead of time. It works for a certain group of pain sufferers, but it works AGAINST opioids, in your body. Here are a couple of my articles regarding this medication and also Suboxone and Naloxone:
And this one:
Then there’s also this video: