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For lower wait times, please schedule an appointment (M-Sat) Text 949-954-8185 with your name and time of visit or call 714-558-8033.

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We accept cash and debit/credit. We currently do not accept insurance for office visits. However, your insurance may cover the cost of fill prescriptions at the pharmacy.

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  • Monday - Friday10.00 – 18.00
  • Saturday11.00 – 17.00
  • SundayClosed

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2001 East 1st Street (Corner of 1st Street & Golden Circle)
Suite 102
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8033
1-877-54MYDOC (546-9362)

Understanding Opiates

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drug overdose resulted in 36,450 deaths in the United States in 2008. And, of all the prescription drug overdose deaths, approximately 74% deaths were due to opioid pain relievers (OPR). In half of the cases, the painkiller was used with some other drugs such as alcohol, cocaine, etc. Opiates are a narcotic drug obtained from the seeds of the poppy plant. It helps reducing pain by depressing the activity in the central nervous system. But, long-term opiate use can lead to an addiction called opiate addiction. Here is the list of the most common opiates:

heroin

codeine

methadone

oxycontin

oxycodone

morphine

fentanyl

SUBOXONE FOR ADDICTION
Suboxone Consultation & Treatment

Suboxone for Opiate Addiction

Suboxone is an oral prescription drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat opiate addiction. It is far less addictive, and has quick action. Suboxone use for opiate addiction can give better results. According to a study, people who use Suboxone for 12 months are more likely to stay abstinent than those who use it for a few weeks.

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Commit & Get your Life Back

To get rid of the drug addiction, you need to commit wholeheartedly to a lifelong abstinence, and Suboxone consultation & treatment from a professional doctor can help in this.

At Steady Care Medical Center, we deliver the best Suboxone treatment services in California. Our counseling and medication programs for drug addiction are designed specially to help patients achieve long-term sobriety and take complete control of their lives.

So, don’t wait! Book your appointment today, and let our board-certified doctors help you make your life the way it was before opiate addiction.

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Suboxone Treatment FAQ

Generally, the answer is no. Only highly specialized screens that are designed to detect Suboxone can detect it.

These types of screens are generally not considered in the routine drug tests. You need not worry when getting treatment at the Steady Care Medical as you are taking it legally under the prescription of a licensed doctor.

How long will I stay on SUBOXONE treatment is a common question. It depends on your medical condition & the need. For some people, short-term treatment is effective whereas for some other patients, it may a long time to get the desired results. Chances of relapsing are higher in case of short-term treatments, because the patients don’t have enough time to learn how to maintain an opioid-free lifestyle. You should be aware of the symptoms of relapse and withdrawal.

Yes, you can switch from Methadone to SUBOXONE, but you should consult with your doctor.

You should not double-up the dose even if you had missed to take last time. Follow your doctor’s instructions strictly.

Important instructions for SUBOXONE use are;
When used in combination with benzodiazepines or other CNS depressants (including alcohol), buprenorphine can result in significant respiratory depression and even death.

When SUBOXONE combined with other drugs:
Taking SUBOXONE with drugs like benzodiazepines, sleeping pills, alcohol, some antidepressants or other opioid medications can be dangerous, especially when not taken under a doctor’s prescription. Mixing the drugs can result in sedation, drowsiness, unconsciousness, and even death. You should discuss your medical condition, medications you are taking with your doctor, and take his advice.

Potential for dependence:

SUBOXONE and SUBUTEX® CIII (buprenorphine HCl sublingual tablets) have the potential for abuse and produce dependence of the opioid with a milder withdrawal syndrome than that of full agonists.

You should contact your doctor if;

* You feel faint, dizzy, confused, or experience other unusual symptoms, or if the breathing lowers down. It can be due to taking too much SUBOXONE or you have some serious health problems.
*You experience an allergic reaction, and the symptoms may include difficulty in breathing, hives, swelling of your face, loss of consciousness, and asthma.
You suspect liver problems due to any of these symptoms:
* White part of eyes or skin turns yellow (jaundice)
* Urine turns dark

* Your bowel movements (stools) turn light
* Not feeling like eating much food for several days or longer
* Feeling sick to your stomach (nauseated)
* Lower-stomach pain
* Cytolytic hepatitis and hepatitis with jaundice have been observed in the addicted population receiving buprenorphine.
* Your doctor may do blood tests while you are taking SUBOXONE to ensure that your liver is okay.

* If you experienced a head injury, SUBOXONE can alter pupil size and also cause changes in the level of consciousness that may interfere the evaluations)

Pregnancy
SUBOXONE should not be taken during pregnancy without ensuring that it doesn’t have any potential risk to your baby. However, contraception should be used when taking SUBOXONE. In case you become pregnant while taking SUBOXONE or considering becoming pregnant, you should consult your doctor.

Many women experience changes in menstruation when they use opioids, and this may continue when you are taking SUBOXONE. However, you should know that you can still become pregnant even with irregular periods.

Breast-feeding
Buprenorphine can pass to the baby through mother’s milk, You should not take SUBOXONE if you are breastfeeding. Also, your doctor should know that you are breastfeeding before he starts treatment for opioid addiction.

Driving and Operating Machinery
SUBOXONE can result in drowsiness and slow down reaction times. You may experience this condition in the first few weeks of treatment, when the dose is changed. These conditions can also occur if you combine alcohol or some other drugs with SUBOXONE. You should avoid taking SUBOXONE when driving cars or operating machinery, etc.

Commonly reported side effects
Side effects of SUBOXONE are similar to those of other opioids. Some of the common adverse events with SUBOXONE include: nausea (15%, placebo 11%), withdrawal syndrome (25%, placebo 37%), pain (22%, placebo 19%), insomnia (14%, placebo 16%), headache (36%, placebo 22%), and constipation (12%, placebo 3%). However, you may have been experiencing these problems while using opioids. In such situations, you should consult with a doctor. SUBOXONE can drop your blood pressure. You may feel dizzy getting up too fast from sitting down.

SUBOXONE for children
People of age 16 and older can use SUBOXONE. It has not been approved for the children younger than 16. Accidental overdose in children can be dangerous and can cause death. You should keep Buprenorphine-containing medications out of the reach of the children, and destroy the unused medicines.

Appropriate use of SUBOXONE
Do not use SUBOXONE or SUBUTEX for the conditions they are not prescribed for. Patients with a clinical need for analgesia should not take SUBOXONE as it is not for pain management. Even having a similar symptom, neither you should take Suboxone from another person, nor should you give it to someone else. Sharing is illegal and result in severe medical issues.

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A CLINIC YOU CAN TRUST

Steady Care has been serving the Santa Ana, California region for over 15 years. We are a BBB accredited business (A+ rating) with over 25,000 active patients. We are a team of six doctors who are committed to providing quality healthcare services tailored to the needs of the patients.
We guarantee hassle-free 420 medical evaluation and you pay only if you get the approval.

5 STARS ON YELP

We take customer service very seriously. We have a customer support team to help you with any questions or concerns. You can contact us any time, and we will address your queries within a short span of time.
For these reasons, we have an average 5-star rating on Yelp.

CONVENIENT APPOINTMENTS & WALKINS

We understand how difficult it is for you to meet the doctor in a busy schedule. That’s why we accept the same-day appointments and also entertain walk-ins.
At Steady Care Medical, we have a convenient process for booking online appointments and walk-ins.