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"suboxone vs methadone"
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my husband is on suboxone for his heroin addiction. it is taken daily and blocks the receptors in the brain if heroin is taken. it eases the craving for it as well. my husband immediatley felt better after taking it and has been clean for three months.
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While both of these drugs are opioids, methadone treats chronic pain and opioid addiction, while suboxone treats opioid dependence only. Methadone has a higher potential for addiction than suboxone, however both of these drugs are highly addictive and there is a strong potential for misuse
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