This is the addiction forum so I have to ask if your opiates are prescribed or not and if they are a problem for you. Pain management is different than a pill problem. You should tell your doctor BEFORE the injection. If you are keeping secrets from them, that's a sign that the opiates are a problem. Communication about what other doctors you see and everything you regularly take is important. Make sense? Tell me more and I'll see if I can answer further.
And I'm not shaming you. Everyone here struggles and we understand. I'm just trying to get the full 411 on your situation.
how are you doing? Hope you are able to come back and talk with us. It's anonymous and you can say anything at all you want safely.
You need to be in active withdrawal. if given too soon there can be a very bad reaction.
I'm pretty sure this will bring on "precipitated withdrawals" being that you aren't in full withdrawal. I had to have all opiates out of my system for 2 1/2 days before they would start me on suboxone. I was for-warned it would be bad if I didn't. And many people on this site have learned this deal the hard way.
I hope you are doing well, I just now read this post. If you get your injection before you are starting to go into withdrawal you will have a very bad day. If you are using opiates up until the day of you will go into Precip Withdrawal and you will have the worst day of your life. Please don't do it, make sure you communicate with your Doctor about your last use. Praying for you