Effects of Suboxone addiction stem from Suboxone, a drug commonly given to recovering heroin addicts to help them kick their addiction. But Suboxone is also an opiate and can be addictive and cause Suboxone effects as well.
There are also Suboxone effects that you should know about it you are about to start taking Suboxone.
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According to Drugs.com, the most common side effects (in alphabetical order) are chills, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, flushing, headache, nausea, sleeplessness, stomach pain, sweating, vomiting, and weakness.
There are other side effects that are less common and more worrisome. Tell your doctor if you suffer from any of the following Suboxone effects, or seek immediate medical attention if the symptoms are severe. The Suboxone effects include:
Allergic reactions, anxiety, blurred vision, fainting, irregular heartbeat, loss of coordination, depression persistent trouble sleeping, persistent dizziness, persistent stomach pain and slurred speech.