Sublimaze Addiction

Sublimaze Addiction

Sublimaze is a brand name medication, with the generic version being Fentanyl.

This is an injection medication that is considered to be a narcotic pain reliever. This medication is most commonly used in conjunction with anesthesia used in surgical procedures and related procedures.

The medication is administered directly into the muscle or into a vein through IV, and it is only meant to be administered with the care of a health care provider. The dosage is going to respond on the individual purpose, condition of the patient and response to narcotic pain relievers.

It is vitally essential that Sublimaze only be used in the way it was intended. The reason is because as a narcotic pain reliever, and an injection form at that, if this medication is used improperly it can cause serious harm including the development of an addiction or abuse problem. It's important that you only ever have this medication administered by a physician or health care provided and that you never attempt to use this medication on your own without supervision. Your doctor is going to be able to provide valuable advice in making sure that you only take this medication in a safe manner.

Sublimaze Use and Abuse

Sublimaze is capable of creating an intense euphoric effect, and so it is sometimes abused by people who are addicted to heroin who are looking for a fix. There is a danger in this particular substitution, in that Sublimaze is significantly more potent and unfortunately many addicts end up using more than what is necessary in order to achieve the same effect as with heroin. Because of this, many people fall prey to overdosing, and this can easily cause respiratory depression as well as death.

Sublimaze can also be abused by people that began taking it legitimately according to a doctor's recommendation. When a physical dependency forms, patients that attempt to alter their dosages without permission from a physician can begin to abuse the medication without realizing that what they are doing is wrong. Unfortunately, abuse of Sublimaze over a long period of time can lead to serious misuse, with the potential of serious harm or death. Although it can be easy to abuse this type of drug, doing so is deadly.

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  1. Addict

    hi can anyone tell me how to deal with withdrawl symptoms from fent while i am getting started on methadone without using my drug of choice? the doctor started me on 20 ml two days ago it does nothing!! please...any advice would be appreciated! doc wants to see me on day 7 to up dose by 10 or 15 ml if he waits a week every time to up my dosage it is going to take too long to get to the 60 ml that he thinks i will probably stabilize at! from what i have read from so many people it is unusual for it to happen so slow...any info would be great...thanks

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