How long does suboxone stay in your system? | DetoxTime4Drugs

What is suboxone?

Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Suboxone is used to treat individuals suffering from opioid addiction by reducing withdrawal symptoms and cravings while preventing misuse. The active ingredient buprenorphine attaches to the same receptors as other opioids, helping to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings. The active ingredient naloxone reduces the pain-relieving and euphoric side effects often experienced from opioid drugs.

Suboxone street names (Nicknames)

Saboxin, Sobos, Bupe, Stops, Stop signs, Box, Oranges, Sub

How long does suboxone stay in your hair?

For the majority of people, suboxone stays in body systems and can be detected by hair test for up to 90 days.

How long does suboxone stay in your saliva?

For the majority of people, suboxone stays in body systems and can be detected by saliva test from 1 to 3 days.

How long does suboxone stay in your urine?

For the majority of people, suboxone stays in body systems and can be detected by urine test from 2 to 4 days.

How long does suboxone stay in your blood?

For the majority of people, suboxone stays in body systems and can be detected by blood test for up to 3 days.

The provided estimates are averaged and can vary upwards or downwards, depending upon many factors:

  • How long you have been taking suboxone;
  • Whether you have excessive weight;
  • Whether you have had physical activity before test;
  • Dehydration of your body;
  • Metabolism, height, age, sex and other factors.