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Naltrexone - permanently blocked receptors?!

Discussion in 'Detoxing From Buprenorphine/Subutex/Suboxone' started by forever121, Feb 14, 2016.

  1. forever121

    forever121 Member

    Is it possible for Naltrexone to permanently block receptors?

    I stopped taking it 3 months ago and i tried some pain pills and got no effect

    any ideas?
     
  2. freakedout

    freakedout Moderator

    Stating the obvious.... Don't keep "trying" pain pills to get an "effect." That should solve it ;)
     
  3. forever121

    forever121 Member

    well i wont do it, but thats not what i asked. can it permanently block my receptors for the rest of my life?

    if i have an accident or surgery then im screwed
     
  4. Fox face

    Fox face Moderator

    If you addicted to pain pills your screwed! Don't let your mind play games with your head!
    Choose recovery:)
     
  5. forever121

    forever121 Member

    what, is no one reading my question?!

    CAN NALTREXONE PERMANENTLY BLOCK RECEPTORS?!
     
  6. Fox face

    Fox face Moderator

    Oops, I'm sorry! Welcome to Opiate Detox Recovery! I'm not a doctor, so I can't answer your question, but I do hope your in recovery:)
     
  7. freakedout

    freakedout Moderator

    No it is not SUPPOSED to. It has a half life of ~6 hours for an oral dose. If you have an implant, those degrade differently and you may still have it in your system. This forum is more about detox & recovery, so when you post here folks are going to read a few things into your post simply because you are asking the question here. Following that though process, the "concern" about possible accidents or surgeries and needing pain meds is pretty common addict thinking trying to rationalize usage scenarios. If you are clean and plan on staying that way, don't worry about it. Cross the brigde if/when it comes up.
     
  8. forever121

    forever121 Member

    first of all i apologise for being rash and rude. I didnt mean to come across that way in asking my question

    thanks for that info. ive just been on other forums and also contacted a doctor, they have all said 'no it cant permanently block receptors' or 'its not possible'

    but that doesnt explain why the pills havent washed out of my system yet, maybe there is something wrong with my liver or is it possible i have a rare faulty opioid system and im 1 in a million who is stuck like this for the rest of my life?
     

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