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As an opioid narcotic and a controlled substance, Suboxone® (buprenorphine and naloxone) has strict laws regarding its sale and use. Not all doctors are allowed to prescribe Suboxone. In order for a healthcare provider to prescribe this drug, he or she must take a special class and must receive a certain registration.
If you are looking for a doctor who can prescribe Suboxone, try asking various healthcare providers, such as your pharmacist or your primary healthcare provider. Addiction treatment centers are also likely to be able to help you find a prescriber. Also, the manufacturer's Web site provides a list of healthcare providers certified to prescribe Suboxone.
(Click Suboxone for more information on how to find a doctor who can prescribe this drug. This eMedTV featured article provides an in-depth look at this drug, including how it works to treat opioid dependence, how to use it, and safety concerns to be aware of.)
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