Best Online Suboxone Clinic in US

Online Suboxone Doctor

Suboxone Doctor for treatment of opioid use disorder. Safe, reliable, confidential and affordable treatment from the comfort of your home.

Let driving to the Doctor's office be a thing of the past!

Suboxone.icu is one of the best online Suboxone clinics in the United States. We have some of the best trained suboxone doctors to attend to you. Consultation is virtual, you talk to the Suboxone Doctor on video chat using your computer, smart phone or Tablet. Your Suboxone® or Buprenorphine will be delivered to you or sent straight to your local pharmacy after the consultation. see details here


No commute

No waiting in traffic

No waiting in queue to see the doctor. Same Day Appointment

Consultation is virtual from the comfort of your home

Pick up your Suboxone or Buprenorphine at your local pharmacy

What Exactly is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a buprenorphine/naloxone combination drug licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat opioid use disorder. Opioid use disorder is defined as the overuse of opioids that produces severe distress and impairment. Suboxone generics have also been approved by the FDA. Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) reduces intoxication by binding to the same opioid receptors in the brain as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone.

This numbing effect reduces opioid cravings and aids in the maintenance of sobriety during the recovery process. Between 1999 and 2019, over 500,000 people died from an opioid overdose, including prescription and illegal opioids. Read more

What are Suboxone's Side Effects?

Suboxone, like all drugs, has the potential for negative side effects. Fortunately, Suboxone side effects are rare and usually minor. Nausea, headaches, dizziness, exhaustion, insomnia, excessive perspiration, and stomach cramps are all common Suboxone side effects.

As with any new medicine, patients should avoid driving or engaging in other potentially dangerous activities until they have a better understanding of how their bodies will react. Suboxone, when taken as directed, has no effect on one's ability to do things. Read more

Suboxone Pills vs. Suboxone Strips: What's the Difference?

While both Suboxone tablets and strips serve the same goal, there are certain variations between the two that may impact a new Suboxone user's decision.

Pills Are Less Expensive

Suboxone strips can cost anywhere from $40 to $60 for 14 2 mg/0.5 mg strips, and closer to $220 for 12 mg/3 mg strips.

Suboxone pills are less expensive, with 14 2 mg (milligrams)/0.5 mg tablets costing between $25 and $45 and the 8 mg/2 mg tablets costing between $40 and $100.

Strips have a higher absorption rate.

Suboxone pills take longer than Suboxone strips to dissolve under the tongue. Strips are preferred by many Suboxone users because they absorb easier. Read more

How it Works

Register & schedule an appointment here

Suboxone doctor chat

Video-chat with our Medical Doctor

pick up Suboxone

Pick up your medication at your local pharmacy 20 minutes later

Fees


New Patient Suboxone: $290

Established Patient Suboxone: $190

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Phone: (877) 957-2149

Email: info@suboxone.icu


FAQ

Suboxone is the brand name for a specific medication: buprenorphine/naloxone. Buprenorphine/naloxone is one of only three FDA-approved medications for opioid use disorder. This medication works in the brain to alleviate dependence on heroin, fentanyl, and other prescription pain relievers.


Suboxone has a low potential for misuse but also works in the brain in a way similar to other opioids which cause addiction, like heroin and pain pills. This means it helps with withdrawal and cravings caused by opioid addiction but is safer to take. Many people say Suboxone, or other forms of buprenorphine/naloxone, helps them get their life back after opioid addiction. Learn more: How does Suboxone work?


Can I get addicted to Suboxone?

Any drug, or really anything that affects your brain chemistry, has addiction potential. Suboxone’s potential for misuse, or abuse, when taken as directed under medical care together with a counseling program, is lower than that of other opioids. When on the right dose of Suboxone, or other buprenorphine/naloxone medications, most people find that they don’t have the cravings or obsession which can define addiction to other drugs.


Will Suboxone show up on a drug test

The short answer: It depends on the type of drug test! If it’s a standard drug test (like the type an employer might use), it typically won’t show up on a drug panel. However, if you are being tested at a Suboxone program, they may be testing you specifically to ensure you’re taking the medication that they’re prescribing. In this case, they may be testing you specifically for the buprenorphine in Suboxone. Read more: Suboxone might show up on a drug test.


How long do I have to be on Suboxone? Will I need it long-term?

The length of your Suboxone treatment is entirely up to you and your medical care team. You should look for a Suboxone doctor who listens to your requests and honors your needs to either continue or change your medications. The evidence shows, however, that long-term Suboxone treatment can be beneficial.


Can I get Suboxone treatment online?

Yes!