How long does opioid withdrawal last?
We get asked that question all the time! It can be scary to experience withdrawal symptoms from opioids without knowing how it will end. Different people will experience different symptoms based on a variety of factors. Here's what to expect:
|6 hours to 24 hours after the last opioid dose||24 hours to 72 hours after the last opioid dose|
Bicycle Health offers Medication Assisted Treatment to provide relief for opioid withdrawal and long term treatment to cut down on or stop using opioids. We typically prescribe a formulation of Buprenorphine/Naloxone (Suboxone) and provide free online support groups and mental health services. Here's how the process works:
A trained health coach will learn more about you, your withdrawal symptoms, your cravings, mental health needs and your health goals. Get answers to any questions you might have and make sure that our program can help you reach your goals.
Meet your doctor via a video call from the comfort of your home. No waiting rooms. Completely confidential. After a thorough medical evaluation, the doctor will choose the right care plan for you to decrease your opioid use. All follow ups will be via phone or video calls as well.
Your prescription will be sent electronically to a pharmacy near you. Your medications can also be delivered to your home or work in a discreet package for free. The prescription will be refilled at every follow up call with your doctor.
Too often, the journey to get off opioids can be a lonely one. These meetings are a safe space with only people who are looking for help with opioid use. Come share your story and support others on this journey. All meetings can be attended via phone or video calls.
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