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Sublocade Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

Opioid addiction has emerged as an acute problem in our society, Responsible for affecting nearly five million people in the United States and leading to no less than 17,000 annual deaths, Opioid Use Disorder or OUD can affect anyone. However, implementing advanced medication-assisted treatment methodologies are proven to be highly effective in treating opioid dependencies in individuals. Sublocade is one such medication-assisted treatment that helps in fighting off medium to severe OUD.

Sublocade is a prescription-based, extended-release Buprenorphine injection shot used to minimize dependence on actual opioid. The medication is known to prevent opioid cravings and fights withdrawal symptoms thus ensuring a higher adaptability whenever actual opioid ingestion is reduced.

Since Sublocade is a schedule III controlled substance, it has certain specified rules for proper administration and can only be prescribed by certified Sublocade doctors to avoid misuse or overuse. Additionally, the specially trained Sublocade doctors can only prescribe the mediation at approved Sublocade centres only. Recovery Connection is among the approved Sublocade centres.

How Sublocade treatment works?

The certified Sublocade doctors usually administer Sublocade injections once a month. However, before shifting to a full Sublocade-based treatment, you will require to take a form of buprenorphine and keep it under your tongue or on the inside of your cheek until it dissolves to ensure drug compatibility and avoid allergic reactions. The preparatory buprenorphine prescription controls your opioid withdrawals and makes you physically & mentally ready for the Sublocade treatment.

Even though Sublocade treatment is highly effective in fighting opioid dependence, it can affect you a little initially. It can lead to mild drowsiness, exhaustion, or may result in slow reactions. If proven allergic to Sublocade, the medication can cause hives, itching, dizziness, wheezing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat.

Sublocade treatment at Recovery Connection

Sublocade is a highly effective drug in treating mild to severe Sublocade. But this revolutionary medication-based treatment demands special training and certification before being approved for OUD treatment programs. Being an approved Sublocade centre, Recovery Connection ensures that you receive cutting-edge Sublocade treatment from our certified Sublocade doctors & medical teams. At our state-of-the-art medical facilities, you will receive completely safe prescriptions of the Sublocade shots and recover from opioid dependence with the help of an integrated personalized recovery plan.

Sublocade treatment at Recovery Connection highlights:

  • All insurances accepted
  • Same Day visits
  • Same Day Prescriptions
  • Monthly program visits after initial stabilization
  • Individual Therapy included in all visits.
  • Dual Diagnosis Prescriptions available
  • Answers as to why one develops Opioid Dependency
  • Certified Sublocade doctors for safe OUD treatments
  • Approved Sublocade centre ensuring optimum expert support
  • Flexible day/evening visits
  • Now offering 5 Convenient locations & growing.
  • Everyone is treated with respect & warmth!