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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:19 am 
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I have been on my Suboxone for over 2 weeks and I have noticed I seem to be breathing really well. My nostrils are very very clear....Is this me??


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I too noticed better breathing when i started suboxone therapy. I attribited it to the fact that i was no longer snorting pills. But whatever the reason i'm thankful for the better, clear nose and breathing! I work with the public and no customer wants to be waited on by a runny nose person!


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Opioids have this effect for me. I'd always find my nose dried up and I could breathe more clearly after I used.

You probably didn't get this effect when you were using pills because you were snorting them.


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I think I remember reading a long time ago that opiates have antihistamine properties, so that could be why it dries up your nose and you breathe better. It works that way for me too.


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