My sister is an addict like me. (She lives with me). I did not tell her that I had been to a DR. and started subutex. I just realized that she stole one of my pills!!!!! If she takes that w/ her lortab, what will happen???
You didn't say how much lortab she takes but you need to call her and tell her not to take it.
Does she know how to take suboxine?
She can have withdrawls symptoms. and get sick
If I was you I would just call her.
Of course if she gets real sick just go to the hospital or all 911
nothing negative will happen..the subutux will only make it harder to feel a high off the lortab...awhile ago people and docs were warning patients that if you take any other opioid with subutex/suboxone you will go into precipitated wds. your sister hasnt been on subs before so she has no tolerance for buprenorphine so there will be no problem there. she will most likely just get a stronger buzz cuz she took both buprenorphine and hydrocodone together...
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