What is ReVia?
ReVia blocks the effects of opioid medication, like pain relief or feelings of well-being that can lead to opioid abuse. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. This medicine is used as part of a treatment program for drug or alcohol dependence.
What is ReVia used for?
ReVia is used to prevent relapse in people that might be dependent on opioid medicine and then stopped using them. This medicine can help to keep you from feeling a "need" to use the opioid.
What other condition ReVia can treat?
ReVia is also used to treat alcoholism by lowering urge to drink alcohol. This may help you drink less or stop drinking completely. This medicine will not cause you to "sober up" and will not decrease the effects of alcohol consumed.
How to use ReVia?
Take the ReVia tablet with a full glass of water. ReVia may be taken with food if it upsets your stomach. Use ReVia regularly to get the most benefit.
What happens in case of overdose?
If you have opioid medicine in your system, an overdose of ReVia could stimulate opioid withdrawal symptoms.
What should I avoid while using ReVia?
Do not use narcotic medication, heroin, or other street drugs while taking ReVia. Never try to overcome the effects of this medicine by taking large doses of opioids. Doing so could result in dangerous effects, including coma and death.