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PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 12:40 am 
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Got a stool softner, but I'm not sure if I should take it before or after the suboxone,also, how long do I wait? Should I take it an hour before or after the suboxone? Or does it not matter?
Someone please help, I'm pretty paranoid when it comes to this stuff!


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 9:14 am 
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If your taking sub everyday for maintenance it doesn't matter when you take it you can take it before or after whichever you prefer. Just be careful with laxatives as you can become dependent on those as well. I use em when I have no other choice but mostly I just try to eat some oatmeal, yogurt, and one of those fiber one bars and last but not least WATER. Good luck I know how miserable this side effect is.


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I agree with Bup. It doesn't matter when you take it. Your body will eventually adjust to the medication and your bm's will too. With me, I prefer a lot of fiber instead. What worked was a generic Metamucil and taking five times the recommended doses. It says to take 1 teaspoon with water. I took 3-4 heaping tablespoons with two glasses of water. Trust me, that will work. Got that advice from my doctor.

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