Zubsolv

Active Ingredient(s): Buprenorphine + Naloxone
FDA Approved: * July 3, 2013
Pharm Company: * OREXO AB
Category: Opioid Dependence

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Zubsolv Overview

Buprenorphine is a semisynthetic opioid derivative of thebaine. It is a mixed agonist–antagonist opioid receptor modulator that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages, to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages and to control moderate chronic pain in even smaller doses.[3] It is available in a variety of formulations: Cizdol, Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail (available as buprenorphine HCl alone or buprenorphine and naloxone HCl; ...

Read more Zubsolv Details
Details May Include Instructions, Side Effects, Interactions, Etc. Drug monograph is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buprenorphine

Recent Zubsolv Forums: RSS Feed

ZUBSOLV 5.7
134 Replies RSS
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? ## Subutex contains just the narcotic Buprenoprhine as the active ingredient, so an 8mg tablet of it contains that much of the Buprenorphine… Where the Zubsolv is actually an equivalent to Suboxone, because it contains the Buprenorphine (in this case 5.7mgs) and Naloxone (in this case 1.4mgs). Learn more Subutex details here. Learn more Suboxone details here. So no, they aren't equal to the 8mg Subutex tablets. This medication is a narcotic opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause s...
Updated 4 days ago.
 
Zubsolv reviews
267 Replies RSS
Has anyone tried it? ## Ya, I got it yesterday. I'm not really digging it. I have taken both suboxone 8mg tabs, and strips. This does not seem to be near as strong to me. Its only been a day so maybe it will get better. But, its suppose to be great for takin effect quicker? And it burns the shiznikks out of my mouth! ## tried it yesterday, really good in my opinion a big step forward, easy to use and you get rid of the hideous aftertaste. Haven't noticed any difference in strength. ## Much, much, much better taste and really fast dissolve time - I really can recommend Zubsolv!! ## Hello, Based on my research, Zubsolv is a medication that contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine + Naloxone. This medication is intended for the treatment of Opioid dependance. Buprenorphine is ...
Updated 4 days ago.
 
tapering off zubsolv
5 Replies RSS
I'm on Zubsolv, 5.7 mg 2×day. I'm wondering if anyone knows how to taper off this drug? I've been on it for a year now and want to get off of it. My doc seems keeps telling me that " Well you know, your really suppose to be taking 3 ×s a day bc your parking spots aren't fully blocked." I feel like he's pushing me on this drug and to keep taking it. I'm ready to get off it now so if anyone know what does to go down to, please help. Thanks for reading! Btw, this drug did help me get off from hydrocodone. I'm a chronic pain patient in lower back. Did wonders for me but I'm ready to move on! ## Hi Robin, I think it's wise that you're staying mindful of your Dr's motives behind choosing to keep you on this medication. If you get t...
Updated 5 days ago.
 
zubsolv does one have 5721 and 93 on it
5 Replies RSS
round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill ## No its generic suboxin. 8 mg. /2 mg.Zubsolv is 5.7 mg./1.2 mg. The Zubsolv are ok but the 5721/93 have more medicine and are better in my opinion. ## Just to confirm for other readers, post #1 is correct about the pill ID. The company who manufacturers these is Teva, who actually lists this pill description on their product page (with a national drug code of 00093-5721-56). Regarding Zubsolv, I too have heard on many accounts that it was significantly less potent than generic/brand name Suboxone. Hard to say if it's the different binders/fillers they're using that may be hindering absorption or if they really did add less medication in there. I suppose a lab analysis would be the only way to know for cert...
Updated 5 days ago.
 
zubsolv
11 Replies RSS
Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and liked it? ## It is the same, just under a different formulation and brand name, so it should work the same. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there a big price difference? ## I know you posted this a long time ago, but if you haven't switched, I would not recommend it. I did and it is awful. I was down to between 2 to 4 mgs of suboxone a day. My ins stopped paying for them so 3 weeks ago my doc switched me to zubsolv, telling me that it's the same even better. He said stronger and easier to get off of. I got 30 5.7 tabs and ...
Updated 6 days ago.
 
Subsolv wait time
1 Reply RSS
Did 90 mg of Roxy last night at 11 pm it is now 4 pm the next day how long should I wait to take my first dose ## You need to be in full withdrawal, as instructed by your doctor, before you can safely take Zubsolv. Otherwise, it may throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction and, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 6 days ago.
 
can you take zubsolv if still have opiates in your system
6 Replies RSS
How long after using opiates can I take Zubsolv without making the withdraws worse? ## You need to be in full withdrawals, otherwise the Naloxone in the Zubsolv could throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. When taking this, it is always best to follow your doctor's instructions. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yeah, but wait till you start withdrawing. You don't have to be in full blown withdrawal but wait till you have symptoms. You don't have to be sick as a dog to take it,I know, i've been there and have taken ...
Updated 16 days ago.
 
zubsolv can not find
6 Replies RSS
i have drove all over the county of pasco and called 40 or 50 phamacys and not one has zubsolv half have not heard of it why my wifes insurance didnt leave her on subxone is a mystery to me but most likly has to do with a kick back. now she has to go with out meds for over a week now. i even called the company that makes it and they cant find it. can any one help me. i live in pasco co florida city of new port richey ## Hello, Tim! How are you? I am very sorry about the problem that you and your wife are having! Unfortunately, the pharmacies that you call likely didn't give you an honest answer. This medication does contain a potent narcotic and since they have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is a legitimate patient with a need, or a potential thief, they'll usually...
Updated 19 days ago.
 
Information on new Zubsolv pills- 8/2 mg & 12/3 mg
Post a Reply
I went to my doc in hopes of getting the new 8/2 mg or 12/3 mg because I'm on the 5.7/1.4 mg dose and have been taking more than prescribed and got shut down. She told me that because they were so strong the only way to get them was in a controlled environment, I'm guessing rehab. I honestly believe that they just haven't taken the new certification test to prescribe these stronger pills though. Advice for anyone that plans to ask for these higher doses, I've read that they won't switch you if you are on more than two 5.7/1.4 mg pills a day. Seems a little backwards but that's all the info I've gotten so far. If my docs decide to get certified to prescribe these higher dosages I'll let you know. If anyone has any more info please post. Have a great day.
Updated 1 month ago.
 
Zubsolv beginner
1 Reply RSS
Hi, I just started taking zubsolv and I hardly feel any different. I have been taking opiates for years. I am not feeling horrible withdraws with subzolv but I don't feel normal, and I'm really craving a pill. However, I have been prescribed suboxone before and feel as though they work a lot better then zubsolv. Any advice/experiences/thoughts? ## What dosage does your doctor have you starting at? The goal isn't to create a high, but rather to prevent withdrawal and cravings, but your dose might not be high enough for you. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.
Updated 1 month ago.
 

Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Buprenorphine + Naloxone
  • Film: 12mg + 3mg, 2 mg + 0.5 mg, 2.1mg + 0.3mg, 2mg + 0.5mg, 4.2mg + 0.7mg, 4mg + 1mg, 6.3mg + 1mg, 8 mg + 2 mg, 8mg + 2mg
  • Film, Extended Release: 10mcg/hr, 15mcg/hr, 20mcg/hr, 5mcg/hr, 7.5mcg/hr
  • Injection: 0.3mg, 0.3mg/ml
  • Tablet: 1.4mg + 0.36mg, 11.4mg + 2.9mg, 2.9mg + 0.71mg, 2mg, 2mg + 0.5mg, 5.7mg + 1.4mg, 8.6mg + 2.1mg, 8mg, 8mg + 2mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Zubsolv: (4 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 54123-114 Zubsolv Sublingual Tablet, Orally Disintegrating by Orexo Us, Inc.
  • 54123-914 Zubsolv 1.4/0.36 Sublingual Tablet by Orexo Us, Inc.
  • 54123-957 Zubsolv 5.7/1.4 Sublingual Tablet by Orexo Us, Inc.
  • 54123-986 Zubsolv Sublingual Tablet, Orally Disintegrating by Orexo Us, Inc.

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (14 results)


Possibly related Zubsolv Topics:

Zubsolv reviews Has anyone tried it? ## Ya, I got it yesterday. I'm not really digging it. I have taken both suboxone 8mg tabs, and ... 267 replies
ZUBSOLV 5.7 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 k... 134 replies
zubsolv Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and... 11 replies
ZUBSOLV AVAILABILITY IN WV DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A PHARMACY IN CENTRAL WV THAT CARRIES THE NEW GENERIC SUBOXONE NAMED ZUBSOLV?? MY BCBS INSURANCE WIL... 8 replies
zubsolv can not find i have drove all over the county of pasco and called 40 or 50 phamacys and not one has zubsolv half have not heard of it... 6 replies
zubsolv does one have 5721 and 93 on it round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill ## No its generic suboxin. 8 mg. /2 mg.Zubsolv i... 5 replies
Zubsolv conspiracy I wonder if this medication is what they say it is I feel a conspiracy??? Anyone else??? ## Absolutely!!! I was on 2 mg ... 3 replies
Zubsolv beginner Hi, I just started taking zubsolv and I hardly feel any different. I have been taking opiates for years. I am not feelin... 1 reply
ZUBSOLV ISNT DOING THE TRICK This medicine used to work well for me but I could not stop my consumption of cannabis. My doctor forced my hand into go... 1 reply
Zubsolv withdrawal and Prozac I had knee replacement surgery in March. I got up to high dosages of oxy (100 mg/day of the short acting 10mg pink pills... 1 reply