First of all, your doctor must advise you on this.
Suboxone requires a contract with the doctor, and doing this on your own might violate that contract, and lose that doctor.
We asbsolutely do not replace your doctors visit or advice here, and we do not prescribe, or change your prescription.
Perhaps your dentist prescribed the lortab?....but you indicate lortab or something like this?
No, none of it is OK without a prescription, completely illegal in that case.
All that said: Suboxone can take several days to get out of your system, and in
fact you might precipitate a reaction for the first 48 hours plus after stopping it. In fact, milder reactions can occur over the next week or so.
This will vary person to person.
I would talk with the prescribing doctor or his answering service.
Often suboxone can act as a pain reliever as well.
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