If anyone has questions about what effects suboxone/subutex withdrawals during pregnancy has on a newborn. Feel free to ask whatever. I'm going through a hard time with my daughter who is a week old today, who is going through withdrawals and it is very hard and trying time.
If anybody has any questions feel free to ask and I'll try to help the best I can. My daughter weighted 7lbs 10oz. and 20.5 inches long. She didn't start showing signs of withdrawals until she was about 35hrs old, and it can start to show from immediately after birth to 3-4 days after birth. Hope this is helpful.
I'm new here but I'm going through a really tough, hard, and EXTREMELY difficult time.
I just had my daughter on January 30th 09, and I was on subutex throughout my entire pregnancy. I was told not to go through withdrawals during the gestation cause it can harm the baby, on the other hand I was told the baby would not go through hard withdrawals. ...
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