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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:47 pm 
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I know this is prolly not the right category for my question and please forgive if it isnt, but I was just wondering if Suboxone would block out over the counter pain meds like Tylenol , or BC Powders? I was just curious and was wondering this. Thanks in advance for the answers!


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HI THERE...........


I know for a fact, that tylenol, motrin (ibprofen), heartburn meds, allergy meds, NONE of these things are
effected by suboxone,
it's ONLY opiates, that it blocks......

Im not sure what "bc powders" are though, sorry.

well, I hope that helps :wink:

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i was in the ty- to but i went to a nother med :lol:

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Amber BC powders are this bitter tasting medicine that comes in little packs, but seem to work better for headaches than anything I've ever used.

Also known as Goody powder.

Try the orange kind next time you get a headache. Love that stuff :)


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I don't think so, as I still get relief from tylenol and advil (ibuprofen).


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