I started suboxine in June of this year. I didn't get the headaches right away but I get them pretty frequently now. I take advil & they go away.
The taste is pretty nasty.. I kept thinking I was going to throw up from it but I never do.
I don't have mood swings b/c I do take an anti depressant plus I am on hormones. So I am moody all the time!!! no ,just kidding. But I don't feel anxious from them or anything like that.
My biggest complaint is sweating and loss of appitate.
You will get use to the taste eventaully!!
good luck to you
i get the headaches everyday when i wake up but i take excedrin migrain and im fine, i dont really kn ow about the anxiety cause i suffer from it, and im female im moddy no matter what....lol.... but i found for the taste(ewwwwwww) orange juice helps and so does cold coffe drinks, like the starbucksone. i drink the monster java mean bean that helps too
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