How Long Does Suboxone Stay in Your System?

How Long Does Suboxone Stay in Your System
Suboxone

What is Suboxone drug? How Long Does Suboxone Stay in Your System? What are uses of it? The Sub-Oxone is a semi-synthetic drug which is used for the treatment of the narcotic addiction. Buprenorphine is also a medicine that is used for the treatment of the opioid addiction. Naloxone is the medicine which blocks the effect of the opioid medication which involves the relief of the pain and the other bad feeling like the irritation in the head and etc. sub-Oxone is the drug which is used to treat narcotic addiction. This drug was introduced in the market in 2002 October.

This medicine becomes popular in the market in less time because of its effectiveness property. It controls and reduces the abuse potential as compared to the other drugs which are used for the controlling the opioid addiction. It is manufactured by the mixture of two organic compounds buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is present four times and naloxone is present in one times ratio. Buprenorphine act as the mu opioid receptor, kappa-opioid receptor, and delta-opioid receptor contender. This combination provides the physical relaxation to human, provides the pleasure, lessen the anxiety, reduces the bad mood, and provide relief in the central nervous system depression. The people using this medicine become addicted due to the presence of buprenorphine that’s why it is known as the addicted drug.

Duration for the Sub-Oxone to stay in your system

If you stop the Sub-Oxone medicine, then you perhaps ponder about the discharge of the symptoms from your system. The discharge of the Sub-Oxone can be calculated by determining the half-life of the Sub-Oxone by the time when you have taken the last dose. Calculating the half-life of the Sub-Oxone means the calculation of the half-life of the component used in the manufacturing of the Sub-Oxone. Calculate the half-life of the buprenorphine and naloxone.

The half-life of the buprenorphine is a long term which is 37 hours. After this time, the fifty percent of the buprenorphine is discharged from the body and estimated two days are required for it. It means the full discharge of the buprenorphine from the system requires 8 to nine days. The half-life of the naloxone is a short term which is 1 hours and 30 minutes. After this time, the amount of the naloxone is discharged from the body and estimated eight hours are required for it. The half-life of buprenorphine is large because its quantity is high and the half-life of the naloxone is short because its quantity is low in the Sub-Oxone. But if we calculate the half-life collectively of the both components then it becomes more than 37 hours.

The component whose half-life is calculated is “nor-buprenorphine”. The time duration for the ejection of this component from the body requires more than 10 days. Sometimes, the time of the discharge from the body exceeds 10 days, it may become 2 to 3 weeks. So, we can say that the medicine Sub-Oxone remains in your system approximately more than 2 weeks after the time from which you have left the Sub-Oxone dose.

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