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 Post subject: Throat Problems?
PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 12:04 am 
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Does anybody experience bumps on their throat from suboxone?


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My first few months on suboxone I had terrible sores under my tongue. Never in my throat. Are you new to treatment? I have heard alot of people complain about the under the tongue thing but never heard about what you are describing. I don't know, you could try calling the 800 number on the package insert. I had a couple strange side effects when I first started treatment and I called them, they were great about talking to me and sharing what information they had about others who have reported the same symptoms. Have you asked your doctor about it?

My guess would be that it is unrelated to the suboxone but you never know...


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I have been on treatment for 7 months. I have also been on treatment for 2 years before, completely stable, before I decided I did not need suboxone, which led to me going on another run.

I showed my Dr. the bumps, they didn't go away after 2 months, so he sent me to an ENT. The ENT was just like "it's allergies". The problem is I am an extreme hypochondriac. I literally believe every single day that I am dying from an undiagnosed medical illness. It is not fun at all. I was never like this before. The bumps in my throat have me terrified even after the ENT said it's just allergies.

Is there a blood test I can ask my Dr. for, that will test for every disease possible? That way when I start panicking that I am dying, I can remember the test, and assure myself that I am ok.


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