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chad Says:
 
i was on subutex 8mg and ive been reading about these new subutexs with the 8 and the arrow on them. i got a different kind there zubsolv 5.7 mg/1.4 mg ? i dont understand is one of these pills equal to a 8 mg? there small white round tablet imprinted with 5.7 on the front?

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Nauseous Says:
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I did rapid detox and it was awful!! I kept clean for six months afterwards but it's really hard on your body and mind. Really wouldn't advise it. I have been going to a Suboxone clinic for four years now and was tapering myself off, doing fine. Only taking a half to one strip a day. Then my insurance made me start taking zubsolv and I feel absolutely terrible. I'm nauseous, feels like bad acid reflux, cold sweats, depressed. I'm going to have to change my insurance because I cannot go on like this. I have an autistic child, am a divorced and single mom, and going to school too. This medicine has been a total nightmare and I am going to have to change my insurance quickly before I go insane. I've got every single side effect and its not worth it. I was so close to quitting the strips and now this. Haven't touched a pain pill in years and followed the clinic's rules. Counseling once a month, clean UA's, I've changed my life for the better, but these zubsolv are ruining it. Am I the only one? I'm hoarse, thirsty, cry for no reason

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Grunt311 Says:
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Joey
Thank you for the input I following pretty much the same course 2-3 hours of sleep per night and that's about it. How were the withdrawals during the day, flu like hot then freezing cold no energy? That is we're is am and was wondering how long that lasts. I am getting there and have been thru worse as we all have.
Thanks Nick

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Joey Says:
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I was taking zubsolv. For my taper, I had my doctor switch me to suboxone as I found it easier to divide into smaller pieces. The withdrawal symptoms I had were not too bad in retrospect, except for the insomnia. At first I could only sleep 2-3 at a time tops. Every few days I could sleep more and more though. I may have had a decent night where I would have a good 4-5 hours, then have only have 3 the following night. The point is that there is no set cycle. The insomnia lasted at most two weeks. My doctor was giving me Valium for the anxiety which helped but benzos are highly addicting so I wouldn't recommend that. I eventually tapered off of the Valium though.

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Grunt311 Says:
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Joey
We're you on zubsolv? If so how long did it take you to wean off, an how long did the withdrawals last

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Joey Says:
 
Nick,

You will eventually be able to get a full nights rest, do not worry. I know the amount of insomnia varies from person to person but do not worry, it will subside! Stay strong man!

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Grunt311 Says:
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Thank for the support I'm in day three and feel a little better so far. The sick feelings come and go and my head is up and down but today is a bit better than yesterday. Nights are rough can't sleep but have been staying busy and excercising helps thanks hope. Joey thanks I appreciate the support

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Joey Says:
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Hey Nick,

Hang in there man. I promise it gets easier! You are so incredibly close now. Stay strong man!

- Joey



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Hope Says:
 
Hang in there Nick. The time will seem like it's going slow but JUST HANG IN THERE! There is a light at the end of the tunnel. This is the best thing you will ever do for yourself. If you can, try exercising...force yourself if you have to. Ya gotta jumpstart those endorphins (the human body's natural drug to feel high on). It will also help you sleep. You're in my thoughts!

Hope

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Grunt311 Says:
 
Hanging i there I work retail so the holiday is a tough time for me. Yesterday took the last .03 mg so far today I feel a little flu like typical mild withdrawl. I am very restless and a bit anxious but it is strange I get these moment where I feel awesome. Just taking a hour at a time and will get thru it.

Nick

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Joey Says:
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Hey Ken,

I agree with you. I remember responding to your message a while back and I agree that what I said was pretty lame and not helpful really at all. I am only human though. I did a lot of stuff ( not everything) but most opiates for sure. No need to argue about it though. How are you holding up?

Best,

Joey

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Ken Says:
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Dude....If you think the "label" junkie doesn't fit you you have yet another trait of a junkie....denial. Seriously dude you act like just because you hit the road of drug use from the doctor in ramp that you are better then a junkie? Hell I ONLY did H. Seems like you were doing everything under the sun an you are going to bad mouth junkies? Especially since clearly you know how hard it is to get off opiates. Or are you calling me for the mistake I made at the age of twelve. I was a kid. Made a stupid decision that as an adult I would have never done. An addict is an addict is addict. Get over yourself. We are all in the same battle. Drawing class lines is not going to help anyone....especially yourself.

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Eunie Says:
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I have looked a dozen times and just found it. I originally was looking for ways to live without fentanyl and hopefully lyrica so these drugs in discussion are unknown to me. Thank you Hope for your help.

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Hope Says:
 
Of course you can Brittany!!! It's ridiculous that the doses are so high in the first place. The hard thing about Zubsolv though is that the pills are very soft so use a very sharp razor blade when cutting it. Suboxone is so much easier because it comes in film form so it is easily cut into smaller doses. Wean yourself off the Zub slowly and get yourself off of it! This drug is nasty!!! Good luck sweetheart :-)

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Brittany Says:
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Can you break a 5.7/1.4mg Zubsolv? I heard you can't.... I don't want to do anything crazy with it, just want to see if I can cut the dose in half before going to the doctor on Monday to get lowered. Help please! Thanks!

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nicky Says:
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Where is your doctor located please I have the same problem no one cares thank you.

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Hope Says:
 
Hi Grunt111. How are you doing?

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Hope Says:
 
Hello Eunie. You can Unsubscribe from the emails you receive by scrolling down to the bottom of the email and click on 'Unsubscribe'. Have a great new year!

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Eunie Says:
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Please remove me from this page. Thank you.

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Dvs1one Says:
 
I just moved to the Dallas ft worth area, actually denton and have yet to find a dr that does zubsolv. I have been on subs but insurance isn't paying for it anymore. Would you be able to share your dr name?

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PhilI Says:
 
FDA approves two higher dosage strengths of Orexo's ZUBSOLV

The new dosage strengths are 8.6 mg/2.1 mg and 11.4 mg/2.9 mg buprenorphine/naloxone CIII sublingual tablets. The 8.6 mg/2.1 mg dosage strength is expected to be launched early 2015 and the 11.4 mg/2.9 mg strength later in 2015.

The new dosage strengths complement the existing strengths of 5.7 mg/1.4 mg and 1.4 mg/0.36 mg tablets and enable patients to receive their optimal dose in one tablet.

The new strengths are made with the advanced, proprietary sublingual tablet formulation in ZUBSOLV providing higher bioavailability, a fast dissolve time, small tablet size, and menthol flavor

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