YOu will adjust.. I felt like that the first couple days.. How much are you taking?? That can also affect it.. sometimes less makes you feel better.. And with tommorrow being day 3 you should be able to start tapering then anyway
I started Suboxone 8 days ago. I thought I was going out of my mind the first day. I was so dizzy that I called the doctor right away. He was no help. From all I have read, dizziness can be a side effect. For me, it only lasted the first two days.
Since then I began cutting down because I do not want to stay on these long term, so the dizziness has gone away altogether.
How many mgs are you taking?
Did the doc say how long to stay on it?
I can say, from the experience and suggestions of the people in here, besides what I have read, the shorter you are on them..the better!
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