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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018024/001.

Names and composition

"NUBAIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NALBUPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

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018024/001 NUBAIN NALBUPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018024/002 NUBAIN NALBUPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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018024/001 NUBAIN NALBUPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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What is Nubain? I was watching a birthing show where they gave mom Nubain for pain, but Ive never heard of it.
Asked by Noelia Miele 1 year ago.

NUBAIN is a potent analgesic. Its analgesic potency is essentially equivalent to that of morphine on a milligram basis. Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes after intravenous administration, and in less than 15 minutes following subcutaneous or intramuscular injection. NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain. NUBAIN can also be used as a supplement to balanced anesthesia, for preoperative and postoperative analgesia, and for obstetrical analgesia during labor and delivery. *** My doctor ordered Nubain for me when I was in labor. It's only effective during early labor and it takes the edge off pain. I was administered Nubain intravenously. It took effect immediately after the the IV drip was started (approx. 2 minutes). It made me feel out of it, like I had no care in the world. I wason cloud 9. That was a comforting feeling during labor, LOL. I was able to catch a few "Z's," too. I highly recommend Nubain. Answered by Avery Mancera 1 year ago.

It's a pain med. They give it in a shot form, through the iv. I have had it with three of my kids. to be honest it didn't really help with the pain it made me mentally relax so i could control myself, and get a grip. It kinda made me feel high. It doesn't seem to last that long. maybe about 30 min. Answered by Reanna Grohs 1 year ago.

Nubain is a synthetic substitute for Demerol, and when I was a practicing LVN, Nubain was not a controlled substance, although it SHB. Apparently, the risks of dependency were not as great as the so-called "controlled substances", such as Morphine, Demerol, or Talwin, et al. It is usually injected IM(intra-muscular). Answered by Hanna Woodward 1 year ago.

Nubain is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist which is used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Answered by Kiley Gorden 1 year ago.

its a pain med.its ok i got it when i was in labor with my son. it takes the edge of of the contractions, it doesnt hurt the baby one bit. some women prefer this to getting an epidural Answered by Dorene Atkinson 1 year ago.


Nubain? Enima?
Well, it's not that I want to be a hero. I'm just TERRIFIED of needles near my spine. I'm scared if needles in general, and I know I'll jerk, and the Doctors get very angry when you jerk, so I'm told... That's all I need. One jerk and I'm numb from the waste down...till I die Asked by Lissa Abilay 1 year ago.

I'm not prengnant but will be ttc next sept. I've researched narcotics to give to you and Nubain is the safest for the child besides the epidural. I was just wondering if anyone has taken it, how it was administered, how long it lasted, etc. Also, how much pain was felt during birth, like, would you take it again your next pregnancy. Also, What exactly is an enima and how is it administered, etc. Answered by Kym Kaschak 1 year ago.

First, enemas are a cleansing of the bowel, and it is not done routinely in US hospitals anymore. They will not do one unless you ask for it, and there is no reason to have one. It's normal to sometimes expell a little feces when you push during delivery, and having an enema will NOT prevent that from happening. It's very uncomfortable to have one and I would never recommend it to anyone unless they were severely constipated. Second, Nubain would not be my recommended medication if you are trying to avoid the epidural. Here's the thing: Nubain is a narcotic, it crosses the placenta and affects the baby just like it affects you, making you sleepy, relaxed, "loopy" feeling, etc. Only those effects last longer in a baby because their tiny livers aren't mature enough to metabolize drugs as efficiently as an adult. So a dose of Nubain will work on you for about 2-4 hours, but could effect baby longer than that. When a baby is born drugged up on Nubain, they have the tendency to have problems with their respiratory effort, and are "lazy" breathers, and may need a little help. Some babies who are very respiratory depressed have to go to a special care nursery for a short amount of time to be closely monitored. There is also a medication, Narcan, which can be given if it's very drugged. So the key to Nubain is, give it early during labor so it has several hours to wear off. BUT, the time when you really NEED pain relief is in later labor, not early! So what to do? I would recommend using Fentanyl instead of Nubain. It works in almost the exact same way, except Fentanyl has a shorter metabolism time, and wears off in about an hour. Repeat doses can be given throughout labor. These narcotics dont' take all the pain away. It takes the edge off of them during the peak, and you are better able to relax in between. Some women say they barely noticed the difference and that it didn't work well for them. Talk to your doctor about all your options, and don't completely write off the epidural, because this truly is the most effective intervention for the most complete pain relief. Talk with your OB / midwife and also consult with their anesthesia team. Answered by Zoe Heidema 1 year ago.

My sister wanted an epidural but had blood issues and could only have Nubain. It was given to her thru the IV and she said that she felt drunk (like SUPER drunk) but it didn't stop the pain only made it easier to rest in between the contractions. She would literally snore in between each contraction. It's more of a "take the edge off" kind of drug while an epidural takes all the pain away. She said that she might as well have had a natural birth because she still felt all the pain and only a little rest in between. Which I had a natural birth and could still rest in between contractions without any meds. I have never heard enima before. EDIT: I didn't know you meant Enema...that's when they put fluid in your bum to get your bowels to move. They don't do it anymore unless you seriously request it. If you mean something else you need to be more specific. Second EDIT: The medicine in the Epidural is also a narcotic...why these women don't know that I don't know. It still crosses the placenta and affects the baby which is why so many women choose natural birth. As for jerking with the epidural....you won't see the needle and usually the nurse will hold you while you are sitting there to keep you from moving "A patient getting a modern epidural for pain relief generally receives a combination of local anesthetics and opioids. (which is in referrence to opiates) Common local anesthetics include lidocaine, bupivicaine, ropivicaine, and chloroprocaine. Common opioids are morphine (or hydromorphone), fentanyl, sufentanil, and pethidine (known as meperidine in the U.S.). These are then injected in relatively small doses. Occasionally other agents may be used, such as clonidine or ketamine." wikipedia Answered by Bridgette Peery 1 year ago.

Never had the enima, as far as I can remember....Nubain is a dream come true, although I had to have an epidural/spinal because I delivered twins vaginally and the dr's wanted to be ready for an emergency c-section if it were needed.... I was a die hard for natural birth and ended up loving the epidural and plan on both the nubain & epidural if they will give it to me. Childbirth is no time to be a hero (after all, we're in charge of the delivery of the baby, why not make it as easy as possible). Answered by Rhona Facenda 1 year ago.

wow...an enima is where they flush out your bowels so you dont have an accident while pushing out that bowling ball in your uterus. they stick a hose up your bum and fill you with a solution, which naturally has to go somewhere. Answered by Kris Grashot 1 year ago.

I had a very bad experience with narcotics in labor...I dont recommend them to anyone..just get the epidural if you need pain relief. The narcotics dont actually stop the pain of labor...they make you drowsy and take your mind off the pain...which is counter productive since it wears off quickly and usually cant be repeated....leading to you wanting more pain relief. I laughed my head off on nubain...and it wasnt because something was funny...my brain didnt function right and I still felt the pain, just laughed thru it instead of screaming thru it....so it might have helped the people in the room with me...but it certainly didnt help me at all. Answered by Rosario Bult 1 year ago.

my town doesn't need an enigma, continuing the misspelling theme ;) Answered by Ethan Kusch 1 year ago.


Has anyone tried Nubain pain medication, presribed or unprescribed?
I am a bodybuilder with pretty sever shoulder arthritis and now, appears to have bicep tendinitis in both arms. Was wondering if Nubain would help me since I have tried every topical sports cream, the latest being OxyFlex, to relieve my symptoms with NO results. The pain is everyday in my bis (where lower bicep... Asked by Roscoe Lank 1 year ago.

I am a bodybuilder with pretty sever shoulder arthritis and now, appears to have bicep tendinitis in both arms. Was wondering if Nubain would help me since I have tried every topical sports cream, the latest being OxyFlex, to relieve my symptoms with NO results. The pain is everyday in my bis (where lower bicep meets the forearm) and had it for last two or so months. Dr. said just rest it but it doesn't seem to help and I am dying to train like I used to. Any suggestions where to purcahse it w/out a prescription online? Thanks. Answered by Tory Eastland 1 year ago.

I'm not sure that you can buy nubain online. I had it when I was in labor with my daughter. It is wonderful. I wish I had some for my severe pain from fibromyalgia. I do know that a lot of pharmacies can make you an ointment with painkillers like morphine, nubain, etc... in them. You can put it on the affected muscle and it absorbs into the skin and then into the bloodstream. So you get results without the risk of getting stomach problems. Look online for compounding pharmacies and ask your doctor for a prescription for the cream and a referral to a good pharmacy that can whip up some for you. One other thing: While I was at the hospital pharmacy waiting to get my oxycodone prescription filled I found a jar of medicine called Pain Rid. It is a cream like Ben-Gay. It smells like menthol. I was really skeptical about using it because no pain pill has ever gotten RID of my pain. This Pain Rid really works. I rub it on the areas that still hurt after my pain meds don't knock it out and about 10 minutes later I don't feel it anymore. It soaks right into your skin. Call your local pharmacy and ask about it. Here's a # I got off my bottle: 1-888-577-6972 Hope this helps! P.S. If you find a way to buy that off the internet let me know! LOL! Answered by Scarlet Wolansky 1 year ago.

Nubain Pain Medication Answered by Alphonso Larence 1 year ago.


Does nalbuphine (Nubain) show up in drug tests?
True, it is an opioid, however it is not a controlled substance. I've heard that there is something to do with its structure that keeps it from showing up but I don't know if it's true. As far as the DEA is concerned, there is no difference (schedule-wise) between it and prescription Motrin!! So could... Asked by Debbra Mettee 1 year ago.

True, it is an opioid, however it is not a controlled substance. I've heard that there is something to do with its structure that keeps it from showing up but I don't know if it's true. As far as the DEA is concerned, there is no difference (schedule-wise) between it and prescription Motrin!! So could it potentially cause problems even if you admitted to using it? Answered by Trinh Trueax 1 year ago.

Nubain (nalbuphine) will test positive for opiates. If you have a valid, unexpired, prescription for it, you will be fine. You can also insist on a confirmatory test if it comes back positive. Answered by Casey Przybyla 1 year ago.

Nubain Drug Answered by Mira Andrzejczak 1 year ago.


What did they give me it was called Nubain 10 mg MI?
i was given this at the hospital and ive been sleepy for two days now Asked by Rosalinda Clemo 1 year ago.

NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist analgesic of the phenanthrene series. It is chemically related to both the widely used narcotic antagonist, naloxone, and the potent narcotic analgesic, oxymorphone When were you given this? Narcotics are very strong pain relief and are restricted medications. Narcotics do normally cause sleepiness Answered by Kenya Herron 1 year ago.

They gave me Nubian when I was in the last stages of labor. They compared it to a 6 pack in a pill. It REALLY helped with my pain and calming me- making me able to relax between contractions. It is a good thing! Answered by Jordan Czapiewski 1 year ago.


Has anybody have a natural birth with nubain only?
im trying to go natural labor i ave had nubain but for headaches and it was awesome i didnt feel anything after a minute or two i want to know if i can just go trough labor with that instead of epidural i had a spinnal tab before and i have a feeling i can have a permanent damage after birth i dont want that idc... Asked by Kyle Dicey 1 year ago.

im trying to go natural labor i ave had nubain but for headaches and it was awesome i didnt feel anything after a minute or two i want to know if i can just go trough labor with that instead of epidural i had a spinnal tab before and i have a feeling i can have a permanent damage after birth i dont want that idc how strong the pain is, anyways please be sincere thank you :) im 31 weeks by the way :) Answered by Sandi Kinsella 1 year ago.

Well, I think you could certainly try to have labor without an epidural, using Nubain instead. Everyone's body, and labor, is different so no one here can tell you whether or not Nubain will give you enough pain relief. I had Nubain with my labor and didn't like it at all! I felt like it made me very groggy/sleepy in between contractions, but then a contraction would rear up and I felt it very acutely, but was too groggy to prepare myself for them. So, it was like being whacked with pain every few minutes without any defense. I was miserable. But, I was having a lot of back pain in addition to regular labor. Since you've already had a positive experience with Nubain, I think you should plan for a natural (med free) labor, but when the pain gets too intense, ask for Nubain and see where that gets you. Good luck! Answered by Cameron Hoagland 1 year ago.

Child Birth is worse than a headache trust me, See how you go with no pain relief if it gets bad then you can also take pain relief. Answered by Pura Louris 1 year ago.


Can anyone tell me about the medication "nubain" in the inj use? What r the dangers of it?
Can it b injected directly into the vein without the IV set up? Asked by Alyssa Lowenstein 1 year ago.

Nubain is a pain reliever given via IV. To my knowledge it is non addicting, however it will make you very sleepy. I know this from experience, they gave it to me for pain when I had an ectopic pregnancy. Answered by Reiko Kaps 1 year ago.


Has anyone taken Nubain instead of an Epidural?
I am looking into alternative pain relief to an epidural. If you have had Nubain administered did it help with the pain? What were the problems you personally had with it? Did you feel in control of the birth? I just want real peoples experiences rather than a medical report put together by people who haven't... Asked by Bernie Dutson 1 year ago.

I am looking into alternative pain relief to an epidural. If you have had Nubain administered did it help with the pain? What were the problems you personally had with it? Did you feel in control of the birth? I just want real peoples experiences rather than a medical report put together by people who haven't taken it. Thank you for your responses =) Answered by Latarsha Lou 1 year ago.

I was given nubain for the pain and it was given over 2 IV pushes with 2 different contractions. After the first IV push I told the nurse NO MORE!!! I saw 3 TVs and was out for about 4 hours. Everybody is different though and metabalize meds different. I was happy I had it because I was able to get some sleep. When I woke up my contractions were "Oh boy hurting", I then asked for my epidural. I would do it again. Hope this helps. Answered by Allan Ballentine 1 year ago.

They gave me Nubain for pain relief b/c I was too late for an epidural & it did not help me at all. It made me feel like I was drunk. I swear that it made me not remember somethings that was going on. There are alot of things about the delivery & birth that I cannot remember. I also was so out of it when my baby was finally born & they put them up on your chest I couldn't even look at her right away b/c I was so out of it. That was my expierence & I swear it made me not able to remeber everything Answered by Alayna Latzka 1 year ago.

My best friend took Nubain and it was hard for the nurses to get her baby to start breathing because it effected her. It was very scary. She also said that it made her feel "high" but she still felt the pain. Answered by Kellee Fults 1 year ago.

yes i did....and it did help my pain. the only problem was that it made me very sleepy. Answered by Luanna Calderone 1 year ago.


What is Nubain? I was watching a birthing show where they gave mom Nubain for pain, but Ive never heard of it.
Asked by Janiece Fulco 1 year ago.

NUBAIN is a potent analgesic. Its analgesic potency is essentially equivalent to that of morphine on a milligram basis. Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes after intravenous administration, and in less than 15 minutes following subcutaneous or intramuscular injection. NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain. NUBAIN can also be used as a supplement to balanced anesthesia, for preoperative and postoperative analgesia, and for obstetrical analgesia during labor and delivery. *** My doctor ordered Nubain for me when I was in labor. It's only effective during early labor and it takes the edge off pain. I was administered Nubain intravenously. It took effect immediately after the the IV drip was started (approx. 2 minutes). It made me feel out of it, like I had no care in the world. I wason cloud 9. That was a comforting feeling during labor, LOL. I was able to catch a few "Z's," too. I highly recommend Nubain. Answered by Una Nieminen 1 year ago.

It's a pain med. They give it in a shot form, through the iv. I have had it with three of my kids. to be honest it didn't really help with the pain it made me mentally relax so i could control myself, and get a grip. It kinda made me feel high. It doesn't seem to last that long. maybe about 30 min. Answered by Connie Munford 1 year ago.

Nubain is a synthetic substitute for Demerol, and when I was a practicing LVN, Nubain was not a controlled substance, although it SHB. Apparently, the risks of dependency were not as great as the so-called "controlled substances", such as Morphine, Demerol, or Talwin, et al. It is usually injected IM(intra-muscular). Answered by Wesley Rudicil 1 year ago.

Nubain is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist which is used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Answered by Gwenda Camm 1 year ago.

its a pain med.its ok i got it when i was in labor with my son. it takes the edge of of the contractions, it doesnt hurt the baby one bit. some women prefer this to getting an epidural Answered by Gene Gittins 1 year ago.


Nubain? Enima?
Well, it's not that I want to be a hero. I'm just TERRIFIED of needles near my spine. I'm scared if needles in general, and I know I'll jerk, and the Doctors get very angry when you jerk, so I'm told... That's all I need. One jerk and I'm numb from the waste down...till I die Asked by Oscar Rokos 1 year ago.

I'm not prengnant but will be ttc next sept. I've researched narcotics to give to you and Nubain is the safest for the child besides the epidural. I was just wondering if anyone has taken it, how it was administered, how long it lasted, etc. Also, how much pain was felt during birth, like, would you take it again your next pregnancy. Also, What exactly is an enima and how is it administered, etc. Answered by Deloise Silberman 1 year ago.

First, enemas are a cleansing of the bowel, and it is not done routinely in US hospitals anymore. They will not do one unless you ask for it, and there is no reason to have one. It's normal to sometimes expell a little feces when you push during delivery, and having an enema will NOT prevent that from happening. It's very uncomfortable to have one and I would never recommend it to anyone unless they were severely constipated. Second, Nubain would not be my recommended medication if you are trying to avoid the epidural. Here's the thing: Nubain is a narcotic, it crosses the placenta and affects the baby just like it affects you, making you sleepy, relaxed, "loopy" feeling, etc. Only those effects last longer in a baby because their tiny livers aren't mature enough to metabolize drugs as efficiently as an adult. So a dose of Nubain will work on you for about 2-4 hours, but could effect baby longer than that. When a baby is born drugged up on Nubain, they have the tendency to have problems with their respiratory effort, and are "lazy" breathers, and may need a little help. Some babies who are very respiratory depressed have to go to a special care nursery for a short amount of time to be closely monitored. There is also a medication, Narcan, which can be given if it's very drugged. So the key to Nubain is, give it early during labor so it has several hours to wear off. BUT, the time when you really NEED pain relief is in later labor, not early! So what to do? I would recommend using Fentanyl instead of Nubain. It works in almost the exact same way, except Fentanyl has a shorter metabolism time, and wears off in about an hour. Repeat doses can be given throughout labor. These narcotics dont' take all the pain away. It takes the edge off of them during the peak, and you are better able to relax in between. Some women say they barely noticed the difference and that it didn't work well for them. Talk to your doctor about all your options, and don't completely write off the epidural, because this truly is the most effective intervention for the most complete pain relief. Talk with your OB / midwife and also consult with their anesthesia team. Answered by Marvella Meininger 1 year ago.

My sister wanted an epidural but had blood issues and could only have Nubain. It was given to her thru the IV and she said that she felt drunk (like SUPER drunk) but it didn't stop the pain only made it easier to rest in between the contractions. She would literally snore in between each contraction. It's more of a "take the edge off" kind of drug while an epidural takes all the pain away. She said that she might as well have had a natural birth because she still felt all the pain and only a little rest in between. Which I had a natural birth and could still rest in between contractions without any meds. I have never heard enima before. EDIT: I didn't know you meant Enema...that's when they put fluid in your bum to get your bowels to move. They don't do it anymore unless you seriously request it. If you mean something else you need to be more specific. Second EDIT: The medicine in the Epidural is also a narcotic...why these women don't know that I don't know. It still crosses the placenta and affects the baby which is why so many women choose natural birth. As for jerking with the epidural....you won't see the needle and usually the nurse will hold you while you are sitting there to keep you from moving "A patient getting a modern epidural for pain relief generally receives a combination of local anesthetics and opioids. (which is in referrence to opiates) Common local anesthetics include lidocaine, bupivicaine, ropivicaine, and chloroprocaine. Common opioids are morphine (or hydromorphone), fentanyl, sufentanil, and pethidine (known as meperidine in the U.S.). These are then injected in relatively small doses. Occasionally other agents may be used, such as clonidine or ketamine." wikipedia Answered by Floretta Hinokawa 1 year ago.

Never had the enima, as far as I can remember....Nubain is a dream come true, although I had to have an epidural/spinal because I delivered twins vaginally and the dr's wanted to be ready for an emergency c-section if it were needed.... I was a die hard for natural birth and ended up loving the epidural and plan on both the nubain & epidural if they will give it to me. Childbirth is no time to be a hero (after all, we're in charge of the delivery of the baby, why not make it as easy as possible). Answered by Karol Fiaschetti 1 year ago.

wow...an enima is where they flush out your bowels so you dont have an accident while pushing out that bowling ball in your uterus. they stick a hose up your bum and fill you with a solution, which naturally has to go somewhere. Answered by Erna Disorbo 1 year ago.

I had a very bad experience with narcotics in labor...I dont recommend them to anyone..just get the epidural if you need pain relief. The narcotics dont actually stop the pain of labor...they make you drowsy and take your mind off the pain...which is counter productive since it wears off quickly and usually cant be repeated....leading to you wanting more pain relief. I laughed my head off on nubain...and it wasnt because something was funny...my brain didnt function right and I still felt the pain, just laughed thru it instead of screaming thru it....so it might have helped the people in the room with me...but it certainly didnt help me at all. Answered by Ida Humbles 1 year ago.

my town doesn't need an enigma, continuing the misspelling theme ;) Answered by Christena Hermanowicz 1 year ago.


Has anyone tried Nubain pain medication, presribed or unprescribed?
I am a bodybuilder with pretty sever shoulder arthritis and now, appears to have bicep tendinitis in both arms. Was wondering if Nubain would help me since I have tried every topical sports cream, the latest being OxyFlex, to relieve my symptoms with NO results. The pain is everyday in my bis (where lower bicep... Asked by Samuel Hinojos 1 year ago.

I am a bodybuilder with pretty sever shoulder arthritis and now, appears to have bicep tendinitis in both arms. Was wondering if Nubain would help me since I have tried every topical sports cream, the latest being OxyFlex, to relieve my symptoms with NO results. The pain is everyday in my bis (where lower bicep meets the forearm) and had it for last two or so months. Dr. said just rest it but it doesn't seem to help and I am dying to train like I used to. Any suggestions where to purcahse it w/out a prescription online? Thanks. Answered by Daphine Bouillion 1 year ago.

I'm not sure that you can buy nubain online. I had it when I was in labor with my daughter. It is wonderful. I wish I had some for my severe pain from fibromyalgia. I do know that a lot of pharmacies can make you an ointment with painkillers like morphine, nubain, etc... in them. You can put it on the affected muscle and it absorbs into the skin and then into the bloodstream. So you get results without the risk of getting stomach problems. Look online for compounding pharmacies and ask your doctor for a prescription for the cream and a referral to a good pharmacy that can whip up some for you. One other thing: While I was at the hospital pharmacy waiting to get my oxycodone prescription filled I found a jar of medicine called Pain Rid. It is a cream like Ben-Gay. It smells like menthol. I was really skeptical about using it because no pain pill has ever gotten RID of my pain. This Pain Rid really works. I rub it on the areas that still hurt after my pain meds don't knock it out and about 10 minutes later I don't feel it anymore. It soaks right into your skin. Call your local pharmacy and ask about it. Here's a # I got off my bottle: 1-888-577-6972 Hope this helps! P.S. If you find a way to buy that off the internet let me know! LOL! Answered by Melony Leuthe 1 year ago.

Nubain Pain Medication Answered by Tequila Riggens 1 year ago.


Does nalbuphine (Nubain) show up in drug tests?
True, it is an opioid, however it is not a controlled substance. I've heard that there is something to do with its structure that keeps it from showing up but I don't know if it's true. As far as the DEA is concerned, there is no difference (schedule-wise) between it and prescription Motrin!! So could... Asked by Hae Scotti 1 year ago.

True, it is an opioid, however it is not a controlled substance. I've heard that there is something to do with its structure that keeps it from showing up but I don't know if it's true. As far as the DEA is concerned, there is no difference (schedule-wise) between it and prescription Motrin!! So could it potentially cause problems even if you admitted to using it? Answered by Latesha Lauria 1 year ago.

Nubain (nalbuphine) will test positive for opiates. If you have a valid, unexpired, prescription for it, you will be fine. You can also insist on a confirmatory test if it comes back positive. Answered by Cecila Tilton 1 year ago.

Nubain Drug Answered by Haydee Belkowski 1 year ago.


What did they give me it was called Nubain 10 mg MI?
i was given this at the hospital and ive been sleepy for two days now Asked by Kellie Molinar 1 year ago.

NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist analgesic of the phenanthrene series. It is chemically related to both the widely used narcotic antagonist, naloxone, and the potent narcotic analgesic, oxymorphone When were you given this? Narcotics are very strong pain relief and are restricted medications. Narcotics do normally cause sleepiness Answered by Noble Mcniell 1 year ago.

They gave me Nubian when I was in the last stages of labor. They compared it to a 6 pack in a pill. It REALLY helped with my pain and calming me- making me able to relax between contractions. It is a good thing! Answered by Faye Hovanes 1 year ago.


Has anybody have a natural birth with nubain only?
im trying to go natural labor i ave had nubain but for headaches and it was awesome i didnt feel anything after a minute or two i want to know if i can just go trough labor with that instead of epidural i had a spinnal tab before and i have a feeling i can have a permanent damage after birth i dont want that idc... Asked by Lindsay Dysinger 1 year ago.

im trying to go natural labor i ave had nubain but for headaches and it was awesome i didnt feel anything after a minute or two i want to know if i can just go trough labor with that instead of epidural i had a spinnal tab before and i have a feeling i can have a permanent damage after birth i dont want that idc how strong the pain is, anyways please be sincere thank you :) im 31 weeks by the way :) Answered by Bernadine Cutchins 1 year ago.

Well, I think you could certainly try to have labor without an epidural, using Nubain instead. Everyone's body, and labor, is different so no one here can tell you whether or not Nubain will give you enough pain relief. I had Nubain with my labor and didn't like it at all! I felt like it made me very groggy/sleepy in between contractions, but then a contraction would rear up and I felt it very acutely, but was too groggy to prepare myself for them. So, it was like being whacked with pain every few minutes without any defense. I was miserable. But, I was having a lot of back pain in addition to regular labor. Since you've already had a positive experience with Nubain, I think you should plan for a natural (med free) labor, but when the pain gets too intense, ask for Nubain and see where that gets you. Good luck! Answered by Verlene Regula 1 year ago.

Child Birth is worse than a headache trust me, See how you go with no pain relief if it gets bad then you can also take pain relief. Answered by Ariane Szewczyk 1 year ago.


Can anyone tell me about the medication "nubain" in the inj use? What r the dangers of it?
Can it b injected directly into the vein without the IV set up? Asked by Charissa Broner 1 year ago.

Nubain is a pain reliever given via IV. To my knowledge it is non addicting, however it will make you very sleepy. I know this from experience, they gave it to me for pain when I had an ectopic pregnancy. Answered by Karlyn Mootz 1 year ago.


Has anyone taken Nubain instead of an Epidural?
I am looking into alternative pain relief to an epidural. If you have had Nubain administered did it help with the pain? What were the problems you personally had with it? Did you feel in control of the birth? I just want real peoples experiences rather than a medical report put together by people who haven't... Asked by Cheryll Obbink 1 year ago.

I am looking into alternative pain relief to an epidural. If you have had Nubain administered did it help with the pain? What were the problems you personally had with it? Did you feel in control of the birth? I just want real peoples experiences rather than a medical report put together by people who haven't taken it. Thank you for your responses =) Answered by Tess Berkheimer 1 year ago.

I was given nubain for the pain and it was given over 2 IV pushes with 2 different contractions. After the first IV push I told the nurse NO MORE!!! I saw 3 TVs and was out for about 4 hours. Everybody is different though and metabalize meds different. I was happy I had it because I was able to get some sleep. When I woke up my contractions were "Oh boy hurting", I then asked for my epidural. I would do it again. Hope this helps. Answered by Crysta Schleibaum 1 year ago.

They gave me Nubain for pain relief b/c I was too late for an epidural & it did not help me at all. It made me feel like I was drunk. I swear that it made me not remember somethings that was going on. There are alot of things about the delivery & birth that I cannot remember. I also was so out of it when my baby was finally born & they put them up on your chest I couldn't even look at her right away b/c I was so out of it. That was my expierence & I swear it made me not able to remeber everything Answered by Delicia Bresemann 1 year ago.

My best friend took Nubain and it was hard for the nurses to get her baby to start breathing because it effected her. It was very scary. She also said that it made her feel "high" but she still felt the pain. Answered by Maryanna Misek 1 year ago.

yes i did....and it did help my pain. the only problem was that it made me very sleepy. Answered by Rosamaria Pieczynski 1 year ago.


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