I was on suboxone for over 8 months and know quite a few people on them now some for only a few months and others a few years and have never hear do that happening, but as with all substances everyone reacts differently and it could be possible, look up buprenorphine and naloxone the two chemicals in suboxone and check on the web if anyone else or theres any reports on web about that happening, but to my knowledge and resarch that has never happened, there was always another cause or it was already starting..if thats the case there is a possibility that it could help it progress into a clot, but its very rare, so do some researcha dn im sure if you give it a few hours amny more will put in there experiences and input, stay strong..christos
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